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Sacramento’s Muslim community has spent a year grieving over the events of last September. And finding a way to rebuild their faith in America.
By Chrisanne Beckner
This article was published on 09.05.02
September 11 was supposed to have been a wake-up call for America. Though many didn’t, Pat Driscoll really did awaken and change as a result of that grim day.
By Melinda Welsh
Interfaith effort seeks new ways to combat blight, build homes in Oak Park.
By Cosmo Garvin
Legislature kills SB 773 but approves a budget before adjourning.
By Steven T. Jones
By Tom Walsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
You want a class war, you got it!
By Jaime O'Neill
Cheri Bolt couldn’t help thinking there was more to life.
By Jeff Kearns
Reports paint bleak pictures.
Writer wants to make Sept 11 a day of feigning innocence rather than a day of mourning, and go back to mourning on Sept 12.
By Jim Bren
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Spotlight on the local stage.
By Becca Costello
A quick look at notable exhibitions.
By Jackson Griffith
Local jazz drummer Dick Gail is in his 60s, but he feels right at home jamming with electronic-music collectives in clubs.
By David A. Kulczyk
Vidal’s latest book is as troubling as it is illuminating.
Reviewed by David Sweet
The details of the Western White House may be top-secret stuff, but this parody site pulls its covers.
Sac City College presents eight or nine 10-minute plays, each one written and directed in the previous 29 ? hours.
Actors Theatre’s production of Bash, three confessional one-act plays by Neil LaBute, is spartan but intense.
By Jeff Hudson
Addis Ababa, a small restaurant near the corner of Alta Arden and Fulton, offers a delicious window into Ethiopian cuisine.
By Liz Kellar
If you’re fixing to cook some Mexican food, La Superior Mercado y Carniceria on Stockton Blvd. is a good place to find your ingredients.
By Dan Flynn
Looking for a slam-bang good time, gramps? Drop the razor and check out the Whiskey Rebels.
The Sunday night jam session at Café Mexicas (formerly Café Paris, Café Montreal, Drago’s) is a nice way to end your weekend.
By Christian Kiefer
Sacramento hybrid bluegrass band Freight Train Riders of America puts out a new CD that deserves a 78 rpm version.
Dave Alvin sidemen Rick Shea and Brantley Kearns release a topnotch California country disc.
Dixie Chicks new disc Home makes for a nice acoustic counterpoint to the usual Nashville swill.
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
Cinema selection of the week.
By Mark Halverson
In Happy Times, the characters come bathed in sympathy, humor and sorrow.
By Jim Lane
Celebrate the richness and diversity of our community through an evening of interfaith music and spoken word.
How 9-11 led me to explore a Sacramento I didn’t know.
By Jeff vonKaenel
September 11, 2002 - 7pm - Memorial Auditorium - Sacramento.
California’s First Lady - Sharon Davis.
Celebrate the richness and diversity of our community.
We would like to express our sincerest gratitude, appreciation, and thanks to those who unselfishly gave of themselves and their time to make this evening possible.
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