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What happens when two of the most knowledgeable and aggressive politicos in Sacramento square off to debate the issue of the recall? Let’s put it this way: It isn’t pretty.
By Jeff Kearns
This article was published on 08.07.03
A Carmichael couple’s 3-month-old son died days after Child Protective Services took him away. Six months later, they’re still seeking closure.
By Chrisanne Beckner
Davis isn’t the only one to blame for budget and energy issues.
By Tom Walsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Team Bush’s terrorism-futures scam takes market fundamentalism to apocalyptic extremes.
By Bill Forman
Scott Brill-Lehn, a 19-year-old vocalist, is celebrating the release of his band’s first full-length CD.
By Kiel Lamar
Camp Kerry’s fanfare for the common man (or woman), and SN&R gets Astroturfed (again).
Those farthest right will give political ammunition without being asked.
By Jill Stewart
Sacramento should join more than 130 communities in the country in passing a resolution opposing the Patriot Act.
The reasons three school-board members voted against closing Sac High.
By Dawn McCoy, Manny Hernandez, and Roy Grimes
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Every Thursday evening at the Clunie Clubhouse in East Sacramento’s McKinley Park, Michael Stone reintroduces people to their bodies through movement.
By Megan Wong
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
By Becca Costello
Most galleries close for August. Not Exploding Head, though, which has a good two-person show up through the month.
By Tim White
Mark Napier’s Barbie Web site may not contain Mattel-approved images.
By Kel Munger
Yo, liberals! Hot tip for derailing any argument with a conservative.
By Jackson Griffith
Cowboy poets and classic-rock reunions—does it get any better than this?
For the vacationing theater fan, there are cooler-weather outings in Santa Cruz and Lake Tahoe.
By Jeff Hudson
It’s summer, which means someone is doing A Midsummer Night’s Dream. This year, it’s at Lake Tahoe.
We Americans can sample a variety of cuisines. For Korean food in Sacramento, Willow Tree Restaurant on Folsom Boulevard is a fine place to start.
By Lark Park
Good eats at the venue of the week.
By Dan Flynn
Phil Keaggy, who’s spent most of his career making Christian rock records, may be the best guitarist you’ve never heard.
The frontline report from Sacramento’s music scene—on and off the radar.
By Christian Kiefer
Did Sacramento band the Proles make a near-perfect debut?
By Cary Rodda
Brittany Shane was just another folk singer until she plugged in.
By David A. Kulczyk
The Tyde isn’t the old Bobby Corona/Bill Graham Presents foist, but a rather nice countryish band from Los Angeles that plays Old Ironsides on Friday.
Cinema selection of the week.
By Mark Halverson
Writer-director Todd Graff’s new movie, Camp, is a valentine to teen showbiz wannabes. Too bad his script is so clunky.
By Jim Lane
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