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This article was published on 09.26.02
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Fun with corporate annual reports.
By Clive Thompson
Tower Records employee Opera Bob schools Sac on classics.
Photo By Shonda Swilley
Radio pair battles mayor over censorship and senstivity.
Gay and bisexual men don’t report sexual assaults for fear of betraying the LGBT community by supporting the myth that gay males are predators.
By Liz Azevedo
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
A quick look at notable exhibitions.
By Jackson Griffith
Grub Dog, the last of a Sacto breed of full-tilt roots rockers, refuses to give up on the theraputic power of rock ‘n’ roll.
By Christian Kiefer
Reviewed by R.V. Scheide
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
By Becca Costello
A former Sacramentan takes cyber revenge on her “psycho” ex-boyfriend, a leading conservative pundit.
R.I.P. Bill Compton, SN&R record reviewer, 55.
Garbeau’s reprises Driving Miss Daisy, the play that spawned the Oscar-winning film, with two Elly winners from Garbeau’s original cast.
By Jeff Hudson
Eating at Bangkok Thai Cuisine in Citrus Heights can be like falling in love with food for the first time.
By Liz Kellar
Beer on the rocks? Hey, south of the border, they’re mixing suds into cocktails that would make traditional American beer drinkers blanch.
Illustration By Dan Flynn
Sacramento-Davis band the Lookyloos release a dreamy debut album, the title of which is too long to print here, that only took six years to make.
An Internet station is playing local music that corporate radio won’t touch.
Former Mac Swanky Trio frontman Scott McChane segues into introspective singer-songwriter mode on this five-song EP.
Chico textural pop act Scapegoat Wax retools about half of last year’s Okeeblow for the new Swax.
A fictional account about the recorded debut of what may be Sacramento’s finest rock band.
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
Cinema selection of the week.
By Mark Halverson
Sweet Home Alabama reveals its plot with the grueling inevitability of a leaky faucet.
By Jim Lane
Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever.
The Banger Sisters.
The Four Feathers.
A brighter shade of green for California.
By Elizabeth McCarthy
Best of Sacramento 2002.
By Heidi Kriz
Bob’s Bait Shop.
By Melinda Welsh
True Love Coffeehouse.
Crocker Art Museum.
Prime Time Boxing Club.
By Chrisanne Beckner
American River Parkway.
By Tom Walsh
By Cosmo Garvin
Gold Club Centerfolds.
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