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Looking for love? Maybe it’s time to explore the illuminating world of male-order, er, mail-order brides.
By Harmon Leon
This article was published on 12.11.03
if you’ve been scammed.
A former SN&R cover subject is Schwarzenegger’s first parole.
By Cosmo Garvin
A Sacramento couple gets caught in the aftermath of the special-registration program.
By Sandip Roy
Online blind dating is complicated, especially when the two people involved are on separate continents.
By Tom Walsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
The history of the Buffalo Soldiers has become a personal one for Stanford L. Davis.
By Chrisanne Beckner
It’s time for the big spenders in the Legislature to push away from the table.
By Jill Stewart
The recent public outcry at CBS was free speech, not censorship.
By Howard Kaloogian
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
A group show at Solomon Dubnick, featuring 39 artists, is almost edible. Not quite.
By Tim White
How local rock ‘n’ roll (and wedding) photographer Jay Spooner got to be a go-to guy on up-and-coming local bands.
By Christian Kiefer
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
By Becca Costello
Guerilla pranksters put warning stickers on major-label releases.
By Jackson Griffith
Pretend you have a social life—or if you have one already—find out what’s going on in Sacramento’s growing entertainment scene.
See who else was at that first Christmas in Bethlehem, in James Wheatley’s original comedy S.I.T.B. (Stable in the Back).
By Jeff Hudson
Allow yourself to be tamed by the Sacramento Theatre Company’s eye-catching production of The Little Prince.
By Patti Roberts
City Treasure offers a perfect dining experience from beginning to end.
By Lark Park
Eat it Up Listings.
Good eats at the venue of the week.
By Dan Flynn
Maria Muldaur brings her vision of musical Americana to Constable Jack’s in Newcastle on Thursday.
Old Sacramento restaurant La Terraza is a good start to a Sacramento Spanish-language-rock scene.
The Divine Miss M was born to sing “Come On-A My House.”
By Kel Munger
San Francisco trio Erase Errata rocks as hard as early Sonic Youth or Alice Donut.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Some widescreen, wonderful orchestral music from composer Arnold Bax.
By Greg La Traille
Former Mac Swanky Trio guy Scott McChane will be at The True Love Coffeehouse on Friday, with an interesting opening act.
Cinema selection of the week.
By Mark Halverson
Gus Van Sant’s Elephant wallows in the mundane while ticking like a time bomb.
By Jim Lane
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