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FeNAM rising: Sacramento’s Festival of New American Music has become the showcase for a whole generation of composers and performers who produce experimental music.
By Jackson Griffith
This article was published on 11.07.02
New anti-poverty effort has its roots in Upton Sinclair’s 1934 gubernatorial campaign.
By Cosmo Garvin
The Sacramento Zoo uses a dating service of sorts for its animals.
By Chrisanne Beckner
A Web site owner says the state has helped his competitors.
By Jeff Kearns
Composers of inventive avant-garde music are welcome at the Festival of New American Music.
By Tom Walsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
The dead come out to greet a psychic as she tours Sacramento’s Old City Cemetery.
Advice to an unpopular but re-elected governor.
If the Kings are tough enough to play their brand of ball in the face of the Lakers’ provocations, Sacramento could end up with a championship ring.
SMUD’s refusal to drop a lawsuit threatens the Trinity River.
By Clifford Lyle Marshall
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
A quick look at notable exhibitions.
By Becca Costello
Marin County sculptor William T. Wiley has 77 of his funky assemblages on display at b. sakata garo this month.
A few area record stores offer a surprising amount of local music for sale.
For computer-literate canines, logging onto mycathatesyou.com is a little like being a liberal and listening to Rush Limbaugh.
There’s a panel discussion on the ethics of downloading those free MP3s at McGeorge School of Law this Tuesday.
Michael Frayn’s play Copenhagen, about Nazi weapons scientists meeting in the afterlife, is a challenge—and B Street Theatre is up to it.
By Jeff Hudson
By Patti Roberts
Cafe Milazzo provides East Sacramentans with a reasonably priced destination for good California-style Italian dining.
By Liz Kellar
Like to burn meat? Want the lowdown on a spit-roasted slab of flesh worthy of Enguerrand de Coucy? The Magic of Fire is your book.
By Dan Flynn
Expatriate Sacramento band Out Hud, now part of the Brooklyn scene, makes a stunning album of textural, information-age dub music.
By Dennis Yudt
Old I’s Halloween show, plus an ambitious new Web site on incestuous Sacto bands.
By Christian Kiefer
Don’t be deceived by Christina Aguilera’s new skanky girl look. She’s the only one of the Britney club with any lasting qualities.
I found this 2002 Tony Danza CD in a $1 bargain bin at Pug’z. It’s worth that—at least.
Jurassic 5’s new set provides manna for fans of smart hip-hop.
By Eddie Jorgensen
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
Cinema selection of the week.
By Mark Halverson
Welcome to the Bassett family, where love may not have much to do with it.
By Jim Lane
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