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The Kings are hoping to move into a brand-new arena north of downtown. There’s only one catch: The taxpayers will have to foot much of the bill.
By Jeff Kearns
This article was published on 08.28.03
Gary Delsohn spends a year inside the Sacramento County district attorney’s office.
By Cosmo Garvin
A leadership exchange program gives foreign legislators a taste of the American dream.
By Don Lipper
Candidate Davis has left the building.
By Bill Forman
When the new arena is built with taxpayers’ money, will the price of tickets go down?
By Tom Walsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Arnold Schwarzenegger can’t seem to recall anything about his secret meeting with Enron’s Ken Lay. Perhaps this will refresh his memory.
By Jason Leopold
Vic Maris is a lifelong star geek.
A Bee writer gets stung, while fair exhibitors drown in sewage.
Get out and vote against Proposition 54.
Lowering the speed limit would solve a lot of problems cheaply and quickly.
By Tim Castleman
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Spotlight on the local stage.
By Becca Costello
Alan Panattoni’s paintings capture an approach popular before photography.
By Tim White
This weekend, Low Flying Owls, another soon-to-be-expat local band, say goodbye to Sacramento.
By Jackson Griffith
Mark Jacobson finds out what happens when you take your kids out for a global spin.
Reviewed by James Seckington
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
The president’s re-election Web site is up and running for 2004.
A poem by Lynn Smith of Sacramento.
This just in: Cheap bear is “hip,” plus a couple duos of note.
Again, Sierra Shakespeare Festival continues the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s repertoire, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Merry Wives of Windsor. That’s about to change.
By Jeff Hudson
Murder at Howard Johnson’s, a raucous three-person comedy about murder gone awry, hits Garbeau’s.
By Patti Roberts
For anyone who looks at a body of water and thinks “food,” the south area’s Jumbo Seafood Restaurant equals heaven. And it’s open late, too.
By Lark Park
Not concerned about calories? Cramer’s Bakery on Freeport Boulevard has just the old-school cake for you.
By Dan Flynn
Now far-flung, members of the mid-1990s Davis band Harvester return to Sacramento for a 10-year reunion show.
Two local bands now contain three very good songwriters each. Can the Miles’ Dave Brockman and Jackpot’s Rusty Miller share the spotlight?
By Christian Kiefer
Giuseppe Tartini’s Baroque violin concertos were a harbinger of classical music.
By Greg La Traille
The late Minutemen guitarist d. boon’s legacy is honored with this odds ‘n’ sods collection, even though its appeal is for hard-core fanatics only.
By J. Angel
For something slightly less than ecclesiastical, check out Warren Bishop and the Holy Men at the temple of the Fox & Goose this Friday.
Cinema selection of the week.
By Mark Halverson
American Splendor can be thanked for salvaging the summer movie season.
By Jim Lane
Hellish metal act Slayer’s War at the Warfield DVD offers a feast of triple-speed guitar leads.
By Eddie Jorgensen
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