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The forgotten city beneath modern Sacramento, known as “the underground,” is shrouded in mystery and rife with urban myths. But this is true: It has historical significance and should be preserved.
By Cosmo Garvin
This article was published on 07.17.03
With the new school year approaching, the embattled school’s future appears as uncertain as ever.
By Chrisanne Beckner
Ron Wimberly says his bar is being unfairly targeted by the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department.
By David A. Kulczyk
Old Sac’s taffy shops and T-shirts may not be enough for serious history lovers.
By Tom Walsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Local Zapatista supporters are working to improve Mexico’s Chiapas region.
Sharon Davis on the recall, and Bites “gives back” to the community.
Councilmembers should hold fast to the new public campaign-financing ordinance regardless of the state budget.
Issa’s trying to avoid a real campaign for governor.
By Philip Muller
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Two artists demonstrate the Toyroom Gallery’s emphasis on street art.
By Tim White
Local electronic musicians seek to develop a Sacramento audience for their progressive art form.
By Cameron Macdonald
With Mortals, Norman Rush completes his loose trilogy about love and life in the African nations.
Reviewed by John Freeman
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Kevin Jones of Sacramento.
By Kevin Jones
As a traveling company of young Palestinian dancers proved last Friday, not all Middle Easterners are terrorists.
By Megan Wong
The spiffy new Wells Fargo Pavilion opens with the ever-popular musical Cats.
By Patti Roberts
Trailer-trash theater aficionados will find a lot to like in River Stage’s production of Judy Soo Hoo’s play Texas.
By Jeff Hudson
Vegetarian food to go from the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op.
By Lark Park
A Taiwanese tea and coffeeshop offers a drink for each Zodiac sign.
By Dan Flynn
Former frontman Tim Bluhm gets intimate with his listeners.
By Christian Kiefer
Local nu-metal band Skribble pummels audiences into submission.
Longwave, which plays the Blue Lamp this Friday, makes Smiths-influenced guitar rock with sweeping grandeur.
By Jackson Griffith
A rerelease of a 1980 Ray Price and Willie Nelson duet classic.
Now in their 70s, Texas country legends Willie Nelson and Ray Price still know how to make magic.
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
Director Jeffrey Blitz follows eight students through the highs and lows at a national spelling-bee championship.
By Mark Halverson
Hankering for a Southern-fried buttrock video? This Black Oak Arkansas DVD is your pack of smokes.
By Jim Lane
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