Welcome to the Sacramento News & Review Archives
Voices from the new political wilderness three years after the terrorist attacks.
By Joe Piasecki
This article was published on 09.09.04
New city taxi study could reduce taxi companies from 80 to two.
By Gary Webb
Mixed martial artist James Irvin eyes the big-time.
By Jason Probst
By Tom Walsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Never mind the candidates. What about their wives?
By Sara Hazlewood
Auburn resident Nancy Bender is coaching walkers for a marathon to benefit cancer research.
By Sarah Sol
The No. 10 reason not to vote for Bush.
GM is crushing electric cars—and the hope they provide for sound energy policy.
By Kadife Besir-Dunlap
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Three local women who spin records in area clubs are breaking into a male-dominated field.
By Rachel Styer
Elliott Fouts Gallery in East Sacramento features a five-artist group show, and one of those artists is SN&R contributor Tim White.
By Jackson Griffith
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
By Becca Costello
The American Museum of the Moving Image’s “The Living Room Candidate” provides an online, searchable archive of political TV spots.
By Kel Munger
Michelle Tea’s new illustrated novel, Rent Girl, reveals everything you wanted to know about the world’s oldest profession.
Sacramento Theatre Company’s new season offers award-winning plays, new musicals and an evening with Danny Glover.
By Jeff Hudson
Grab a ginger beer and take it easy at Sweet Fingers, Sacramento’s new Jamaican restaurant.
By Kate Washington
Good eats at the venue of the week.
By Dan Flynn
Local prog-rock band Killing Buddha has roots in a number of other area bands, including the late, lamented Birthday.
By Christian Kiefer
The frontline report from Sacramento’s music scene—on and off the radar.
Max Richter’s The Blue Notebooks is a beautiful, stirring and rather episodic work of quasi-classical compositions.
By Barry M. Prickett
The third Shanti Project compilation flows beautifully, providing the ideal soundtrack for dreaming.
John Cale’s new album, HoboSapiens, demonstrates his facility for making wonderful and accessible but avant-garde music.
Veterans of two once-popular but now-defunct Sacramento bands turn up on this week’s radar.
Cinema selection of the week.
By Mark Halverson
Criminal, a remake of the Argentine crime thriller Nine Queens, loses a lot in the translation.
By Jim Lane
Saturday, September 11 | 7:00-9:45pm | Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, UC Davis.
The Sacramento Community Keeps its Commitment to Oak Park.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Call for Unity 2004.
Building Unity Through Interfaith Understanding and Cooperation.
By Melissa Patrice
For outstanding contributions to interfaith understanding and cooperation.
Call for Unity Week.
Ecumenical, Interdenominational & Interfaith Exchange.
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