Christopher K Blogs

April the Giraffe and Tajiri are a big draw!

Do you think all the animals at Animal Adventure Park in New York are wondering why there are so many people around this year? The park is of course home to April the giraffe and her newborn calf Tajiri. Explaining the internet and social media to the animals probably wouldn't be too well received... Read More


Now is your chance to own some iconic Britney Spears memorabilia. You can now place a bid on eBay for multiple articles of clothing worn by the pop princess herself! The iconic green top and bedazzled shorts she wore during her performance of "I'm a Slave 4 U" is one of the many outfits that are up... Read More

A Robot wants your job

As someone whose first real job was at McDonalds (yes, I rocked it in the drive-thru in Yuba City in high school), it pains me to say this. The robots are coming to take your jobs. We've already heard the McDonalds is beginning to use self-serve kiosks for people to order at instead of paying... Read More

Ed Sheeran is creating a boy band!

With Ed Sheeran's song Shape Of You still planted firmly at #1 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Pop Songs airplay chart and his new album Divide now out in the world, the British singer/songwriter's star has never been brighter. He also graces the cover of the new Rolling Stone magazine, which... Read More

The post-Cousins era begins tonight for the Kings

You've probably heard that the Sacramento Kings traded their star player Demarcus Cousins earlier this week. You've probably also heard that the Kings didn't get a huge return in exchange for their all-star player. Usually, when a team trades a big name away, they do it to "rebuild" for the future... Read More

Katy Perry gets political at Brit Awards

At the Grammy Awards 10 days ago, Katy Perry made a tastefully subtle statement of resistance against the current Trump administration, but tonight at the BRIT Awards, she wasn't quite so subtle. While performing her new hit single "Chained To The Rhythm," she had larger than life skeletons of... Read More

HS Basketball Playoffs begin this week

It's time once again to determine the best ballers in NorCal! And as usual, there are many talented teams in the area. Here is a list of all the playoff matchups for the greater Sac area. All first round games happen Wednesday night at 7:00 (first round for the girls starts tonight!). Winners of... Read More

The #1's of 2016!

Here is a list of all 25 songs which hit #1 on the charts in 2016, along with the number of weeks they reigned on top. There were only 7 songs which reached the peak on both charts this year, I put those in bold. (HOT refers to the Billboard Hot 100 chart, the big daddy of charts, which takes into... Read More

My family at Pearl Harbor

It was 75 years ago today that Pearl Harbor in Hawaii was attacked by Japan, sinking many of our Navy vessels and killing thousands of American military personnel. This event of course is what eventually pulled the USA into World War II. December 7, 1941 was a pivotal day not only for our country,... Read More

Chainsmokers nominated for 3 Grammys!

It's shaping up to be a big battle between Beyonce and Adele. Nominations for the 59th Grammy Awards were announced today, and the 2 superstars are going head-to-head in all of the big three categories: Record, Album and Song Of The Year (Adele's Hello and Beyonce's Formation up for both ROTY and... Read More