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From media portrayals of women slapping up men as comedy to cops who don’t arrest the chicks, some men’s-rights groups have had it with a biased view of domestic violence.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 12.26.02
People use Jenkinson Lake as a toilet, so why is that where El Dorado Irrigation District customers get their drinking water?
Photo By Kim Mordecai
So far, Building Unity has commitments enough to build about a dozen homes.
By Cosmo Garvin
By Jackson Griffith
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Spray-painter Anthony Padilla is next in line to paint a Midtown mural.
Kettenring’s movin’ on, Senator Barbara Boxer stumps for stem cells, and why the New York Times loves Sacto.
Things are going to get ugly for California’s capital city in 2003.
Several local agencies offer low-cost mental-health care.
By Ned Butler
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
By Tim White
Wasn’t 2002 a great year for music?
Our author would like to buy Jim Dodge a beer. No, make that an absinthe.
Reviewed by James Seckington
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
By Becca Costello
Tired of the same old insults? Try the Shakespearean Insulter.
The Nobody Show at the True Love, along with some other stuff.
The touring show Blast—at Sacramento Community Center Theatre this coming week—celebrates a rah-rah, drum-and-bugle-corps aesthetic.
By Jeff Hudson
A delightfully adventurous restaurant that mixes European and Asian cuisines has moved into the J Street location formerly occupied by Celestin’s.
By Liz Kellar
Land Park creamery Vic’s Ice Cream sells seasonal ice cream, as well as an extremely tasty, albeit pricey, eggnog.
By Dan Flynn
Gravel-voiced singer-songwriter James Finch Jr. is one more reason Sacramento is a hotbed of Americana music.
Deimos mastermind Ben Steinert’s side project, supposedly a one-off, might have a promising future.
By Christian Kiefer
Sonoma County’s 26mph, the hard-working nu-metal band that plays Capitol Garage this Saturday, cuts a worthy debut.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Who is Ramsay Midwood? Dunno, but his Shoot Out at the OK Chinese Restaurant is a fine slice of Americana.
Marykate O’Neil gets an A-list of pop-music players to back her hyper-smart debut CD.
By David A. Kulczyk
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
Cinema selection of the week.
By Jim Lane
In Chicago, the film version, Bob Fosse is still the phantom at the feast.
By Mark Halverson
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