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Ahnold’s totally fantastic Summer Guide.
This article was published on 06.09.05
Westfield insists the Wal-Mart plan hasn’t been rolled back, but its prospects look grim.
By Cosmo Garvin
An initiative that would make it harder for teens to get abortions pits young girls against … an alternative-newspaper publisher?
By Jeffrey M. Barker
The weather’s right for visiting Sacramento’s stroll-friendly neighborhoods.
By Tom Walsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
What every bride and groom should know.
By Joey Garcia
This year’s Sacramento Pride parade marks a new era for our city’s gay and lesbian communities.
Bites digests a flurry of proposed laws and an apt Zen koan.
A poll indicates public ignorance on education spending runs rampant. Time to wise up and join the debate team.
By Jill Stewart
High-rises in the downtown and Midtown neighborhoods should be approved on a case-by-case basis.
The governor’s redistricting plan threatens legislative diversity.
By Joe Coto, Judy Chu, and Karen Bass
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Art of the Royal Chicano Air Force is on display through June 25 at La Raza Galeria Posada.
By Saunthy Singh
Bruce Campbell’s latest book revels in the blue-collar side of Hollywood.
By Mark Halverson
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
By Erin Sierchio
Local author Benjamin L. Perez’s new book is fuel for the fire for literary fetishists.
Reviewed by Kel Munger
Local music promoter Brian McKenna’s season is just starting to get good.
By Eddie Jorgensen
The classic community production Picnic is worth a trip to the Woodland Opera House.
By Jeff Hudson
This play traps two actors in a bookstore so as to solve a mystery.
By Patti Roberts
June’s Cafe provides a hearty meal in an unexpected place.
By Kate Washington
Homemade shortcake underneath is the best way to enjoy strawberries.
Former Raigambre frontman Sam Miranda evokes another California with Sol Peligro.
By Christian Kiefer
A solo female vocalist who doesn’t sound like Ani DiFranco? Bring on Sandi Leeper!
News flash: Corporate sponsorship does not guarantee talented musicianship.
By Kel Munger
The Frontline draws mainstream attention to the Bay Area’s underground hip-hop scene.
By Alex Baca
Nothing like a little German opera music to get the blood pumping, eh?
By Greg La Traille
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Mindy Giles
Robert Rodriguez should have paid more attention to his actors and less attention to the digital 3-D.
By Jim Lane
By Bob Grimm
Sacramento-area summer camps are as diverse as today’s kids.
By Heidi Kriz
A summer legacy passed down through generations, the seasonal fruit pie is an art worth mastering.
A longtime coastal chauvinist finds a reason to head east.
By Melinda Welsh
Or how I learned to stop worrying and love the blockbuster.
Native California plants may be the solution to those summer plant-killing blues.
By Chrisanne Beckner
How to let it go this summer without the accompanying blood and tears.
Summer’s here, and the time is right for @*#%ing in the streets.
By Dennis Yudt
More rites of summer to lure you out of your living room.
By Alex Baca, Erin Sierchio, and Kel Munger
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