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A definitive (if highly subjective) guide to the city’s 100 most intriguing people, from scientist Gary Anderson to exhibitionist Jenni Ringley to rock climber Beth Rodden.
By Amy Yannello, Bill Bradley, Brandy Tuzon, Cosmo Garvin, Jackson Griffith, Jeff Hudson, Melinda Welsh, and Steven T. Jones
This article was published on 02.22.01
Local public access stations remain underfunded while franchise fees support political pet projects.
By Julissa McKinnon
Sacramento needs more treatment facilities, but most neighborhoods don’t want them.
By Amy Yannello
The closing of the Birdcage Cinema.
By Katie Schaferkotter
Why the SN&R decided to make a list of who to meet in this city.
By Tom Walsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Local African-American male poet writes about love, and it’s sincere.
By Becca Costello
Bites actually says “nigger.”
Chris Webber thinks Sacramento is boring. Should we really care that much?
Calirfornia needs a state power authority before the private utilities consume all the finances.
By John W. Burton
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
Spotlight on the local stage.
A quick look at notable exhibitions.
By Tim White
How Dirk Hamilton, playing the Palms on March 1, went from local garage band singer-guitarist to Austin singer-songwriter in 37 short years.
By Jackson Griffith
Why do myths surround the Vietnam War?
Reviewed by Dan Wick
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
Looking for a site to surf? Check out the web site of the week.
Music heard and to hear about town.
By Jackson Griffith, and Peter Melton
New left-of-center theater company opens with a free-flowing cascade of a play.
By Jeff Hudson
Davis may have nearly a dozen Chinese restaurants, but House of Chang is the best.
By Jason Dezember
Good eats at the venue of the week.
By R.V. Scheide
Little Red Rocket may not be the most serious rock band in town.
By Keith Lowell Jensen
A weekly mix of mini music reviews to whet your audio appetite.
By Bill Compton
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
Cinema selection of the week.
By Mark Halverson
The film stands as a grim reminder to Westerners that some people’s only wish is to have a normal life.
Environmentally friendly power is a victim of the energy crisis.
By Cosmo Garvin
Environmental group says using water from the Columbia and Lower Snake rivers for energy threatens salmon numbers.
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