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Tony Sauro

Tony Sauro has been writing feature stories and reporting on entertainment events since 2008. Before that, he helped write, edit and design the editorial pages for five years. Tony edited and wrote for the TimeOut section during its first 10 years after working as sports editor and Sunday editor between 1984 and 1987. He also covered high school athletics and University of the Pacific sports from 1975 to 1987.

Manteca chamber-music series ends

After 29 years, the Manteca Kindred Arts Series of chamber music concerts has been ended. “Our reasons for concluding our series are very basic,” spokesman Joseph Scott wrote in a statement representing the Manteca Kindred Arts Concert Association. “Many of our board members and volunteers are less able to continue participating at the energetic level […]

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More comedy in Stockton

Kabir “Kabeezy” Singh, known for his voicings on TV’s “Family Guy,” a cartoon sitcom, performs his stand-up routine Wednesday during a first-time comedy show at Stockton’s Royal Indian Cuisine and Banquet Restaurant. Singh, originally from Portland, Oregon, performs on a show headlined by Stockton’s Kevin Young. Kurt Weitzman does his stand-up routine, too. Singh, based […]

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Pavement drummer confirmed for Hope show

Gary Young promises he’ll exhibit only his best behavior. On stage and off. They’re already Twittering about it. Young, in whose Stockton home studio Scott Kannberg and Stephen Malkmus first recorded as Pavement, will re-connect with his former bandmates June 24 when the group plays its first show ever in Stockton. Tickets ($35) remain for […]

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