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Both candidates for Sacramento mayor are environment-friendly and seek to control growth, but they have distinctly different strategies for doing so.
By Cosmo Garvin
This article was published on 10.05.00
The Delta town of Locke, built and for many years lived in by Chinese immigrants, is a living history museum that is under threat because of a failing sewer system.
By Traci Sinclair
As more and more money spent for computers in schools is forcing cuts in arts programs, some are arguing for using the computers to teach art.
By Greg Kane
WEAVE a better world and meet the mayoral candidates.
Despite moves toward online voting in other states, California takes a go-slow approach.
By Becca Costello
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Ask Joey anything.
By Joey Garcia
Eric Decetis and his cartoons.
By Amy Yannello
Gray Davis, Ralph Nader.
Area voters will have a chance to take a stand on sprawl because of measures on the ballot in Placer and Sacramento counties.
When it comes to today’s movies and music, this writer is becoming just like his parents were.
By Chris Acosta
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Selections from the Broad Art Foundation.
By Jackson Griffith
The addition of computer-generated images to a scene makes everything onscreen look gelatinously cartoonish. The images have a gleaming, liquid surfacelessness.
By Daniel Barnes
Why Peter Singer believes Marx got it backwards.
Reviewed by Ralph Brave
Author Nathaniel Philbrick brings the long-submerged story of the whaleship Essex to light.
Reviewed by D. Brian Burghart
Sacramento SPCA is working for the well-being of local animals.
By Hayes Reed
MTV Real World New Orleans websites.
Sacramento says farewell to Bobby Burns.
100th anniversary of the death of Oscar Wilde.
By Dana MacMillan
Tennessee Williams’ classic.
Manhattan in the early 1980s.
By Matthew Burlingame-Couk
Piatti in Pavilions Shopping Plaza.
By R.V. Scheide
Real Mexican cuisine.
Amen is a new mind-roasting rock ‘n’ roll band from L.A.
Emmylou Harris sings of death, longing and tragedy.
By Bill Compton
Rickie Lee Jones is back.
Live at Central United Methodist Church.
De Niro and Stiller.
By Jim Lane
Sacramento’s revitalization of its urban core.
By Steven T. Jones
Two years ago Sacramento got a rude awakening.
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