Sean McCourt, Vallejo Times-Herald

Sean McCourt

Vallejo Times-Herald

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Past articles by Sean:

A Fiery Rock Lineup Comes to Vallejo

When reading over 50 some years worth of Stef Burns’ musical resume, one is tempted to break into a chorus of “We’re not worthy! We’re not worthy!” a la “Wayne’s World.” But more on that part later… → Read More

Vallejo Native Helps Heal

Vallejo native Megan Bull is taking the pain and trauma life threw at her and turning it into healing and growth. → Read More

August 11 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and Entertainment Source: Long Live Laughter

—Comedian Paula Poundstone brings the laughs to Fairfield (Contributed).Although she’s been making people laugh professionally for more than four decades, comedian Paula Poundstone, who makes a tou… → Read More

Bringing The Blues Home

Tia Carroll, who performs at the Empress Theatre in Vallejo Wednesday (Aug. 10), has truly found her calling. → Read More

Loma Vista Farm Alpaca shot with pellet

Rita LeRoy, a longtime staff member, said that although the injuries were not considered life-threatening, the location of the wound was not allowing Calvin’s salivatory glands to stop oozing, mean… → Read More

August 4 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and Entertainment Source: Music Among The Stars in Vallejo

Just like their fellow musicians around the world, two years ago Leo Cavanagh and Katrina Wreede faced an uncertain future when the COVID lockdowns began. The duo, who perform together as Paper Moo… → Read More

August 4 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and Entertainment Source: ‘Cat’ Claws Back to the Stage in Vallejo

COVID stopped the production of Bay Area Stage’s “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof.” More than once. But now a healthy cast and crew is looking forward to bringing the Tennessee Williams&#82… → Read More

Obtainium Cup is out of this world

When one comes across some of the incredible art cars and installations that are expected to make appearances at the Obtainium Cup Contraptor’s Rally in Mare Island this Sunday, one might expect to… → Read More

A-ha Brings the ’80s back to Napa – Times-Herald

When Magne Furuholmen of Norwegian rockers A-ha looks back on the incredible success of the band that went from being a couple of friends making music in a small Scandanavian town to a huge act tou… → Read More

July 28 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and Entertainment Source: Jazz It Up at the Marina on Sunday

With nearly seven decades of musical experience under his belt, Vallejo native Dalt Williams is a virtual walking encyclopedia of notes, tunes and melodies. These are the talents the longtime educa… → Read More

July 28 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and Entertainment Source: The Bard Comes to Benicia and Beyond

Bringing the spirit of the Old Globe Theatre in London to a variety of outdoor settings in Solano County and beyond, Vallejo Shakespeare in the Park returns this summer for its 12th run — with this… → Read More

Dancing for a good cause in Suisun City

A benefit concert for the Solano Land Trust featuring country rockers Locked N Loaded will is set for Saturday at 4 p.m. at Rush Ranch in Vallejo, promising an afternoon of dancing and singing alon… → Read More

Young authors bring their books to Vallejo

For generations, books have been a way to discover the world and distant lands, learn about our surroundings, or just escape reality. Until recently, however, it was difficult for young people to a… → Read More

July 21 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and Entertainment Source: Funky Heroes save the party in Suisun City

“With great power comes great responsibility.” — Benjamin Parker That sage piece of advice, coming from the uncle of Peter Parker — aka Spiderman — fits the members of the Funky Heroes, whose out-o… → Read More

July 21 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and Entertainment Source: Red Hot Blues at a Cool Show

Singer Beth Reid-Grigsby and bassist RW Grigsby met while playing music more than four decades ago, eventually forming Red’s Blues, set to play at the Empress Theatre in Vallejo on Wednesday night.… → Read More

State grants will help Vallejo Museum with programming

The money comes from a state program aimed at supporting organizations that have experienced economic hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A total of 1,172 grants were awarded last month, totali… → Read More

Reptile Roundup Comes To Vallejo

“Snakes … why did it have to be snakes?” That line, uttered with sheer disdain by Indiana Jones in the 1981 film “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” may have been many people’s outlook on certain type… → Read More

July 14 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and Entertainment Source: Great Music for A Great Cause

For more than three decades now, Zydeco Flames have been bringing their brand of jubilant, juke joint shaking, Cajun-creole musical gumbo to stages around the Bay Area and beyond. While their conce… → Read More

Keep On Dancing!: Andy Santana keeps on playing

Watching the fiery intensity of Andy Santana on stage is to not believe he is 73 years young. → Read More

From Vallejo to Hollywood, local artist perseveres

The 41-year-old hip-hop artist and entrepreneur, whose stage name is DL da ARSUN, is in the running in a contest to win an opening spot at “We Can Survive” — a benefit show produced in partnership … → Read More