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Sacramento is home to some of the world’s strangest Star Trek tribute bands. But don’t trust us; ask the folks in No Kill I and Warp 11.
By Cosmo Garvin
This article was published on 08.21.03
An Aztec dance ritual connects Sacramento teens with their culture and community.
By Chrisanne Beckner
How artist David Mayhew made the uncomfortable transition from cabbie to getaway driver.
By Ryan Rauzon
Paul Mariano is, without a doubt, the recall’s most selfless candidate.
By Bill Forman
Sacramento, the center of the Star Trek tribute band universe.
By Jackson Griffith
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Bilingual poet Luz Maria Gama speaks about receiving inspiration and passing it on.
By Becca Costello
Bites reports on exiled Mandella gardeners, colorblind campaign funders and Scoopy’s subliminal recall cheerleaders.
SN&R’s columnist handicaps the recall candidates.
By Jill Stewart
Let’s not let the recall distract us from the president’s many accomplishments.
Proposition 49 is the victim of a failed funding system.
By Susan Swanson
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
A quick look at notable exhibitions.
Young painter Andrew Peuler shows off his promising future at a non-traditional venue, the True Love Coffeehouse.
By Tim White
Another dip into the local-music CD pile turns up a few choice gems.
Andrew O’Hagan’s Personality explores the whole truth about the dangers of celebrity.
Reviewed by John Freeman
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
An intriguing collection of essays centering on what whites appropriate from African-American culture.
Reviewed by Kel Munger
A poem by Lytton Bell of Sacramento.
By Lytton Bell
Neil Hamburger’s not-so-triumphant return, a local movie and a local appearance.
Celebration Arts stages Boesman and Lena, another dark Athol Fugard drama. Go see it.
By Jeff Hudson
The T Street Players put a valiant effort into reviving the dated 1958 comedy Two for the Seesaw. But this Eisenhower-era clunker may be beyond redemption.
By Patti Roberts
Don’t ask for it “hot” at Paree’s Thai Garden in Town and Country Village.
By Lark Park
The California State Fair is here. Got food?
By Dan Flynn
Three interrelated local indie bands (Holiday Flyer, the California Oranges and the Sinking Ships) combine to form one new group, Safari.
By Dennis Yudt
Local native Mike Farrell showed up to upstage the band at a Rocklin park appearance by Bay Area country-rock group Dave Gleason’s Wasted Days.
By Christian Kiefer
If ecclesiastical music from the Renaissance sparks your interest, Brumel’s Missa “Et ecce terrae motus” will move your world.
By Greg La Traille
Gearhead comes up with another winner with the Dragons, a San Diego garage-revivalist band.
By Eddie Jorgensen
A classy, eclectic disc from a slide-guitarist nephew of one of the Allman Brothers Band’s drummers.
By Ned Hammad
Sacto’s fine Electro Group tops a four-act bill on Tuesday evening at the Capitol Garage.
Open Range is a mostly embraceable film about freedom, pulling one’s own weight and earning respect from peers.
By Mark Halverson
By Jim Lane
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