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Passion Parties doesn’t just sell lubes, lotions and sex toys in the suburbs. The company’s best product may be its compass for navigating the tricky legacy of the sexual revolution.
By Jonathan Kiefer
This article was published on 02.09.06
A Yolo County appraiser accuses his boss of low-balling property values, admits he might run for the boss’s job.
By Chrisanne Beckner
Roseville clinic struggles with ‘increasingly invasive’ pro-life protests.
By Rachel Gregg
New generation taking the reins of Sacramento’s venerable black newspaper.
By R.V. Scheide
By Cosmo Garvin, Jeffrey M. Barker, and Kel Munger
An editor gets introduced early to FUN parties.
By Sarah Sol
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
In today’s political climate, even the squirrel ladies are at each other’s throats.
By Alison Rood
C is for cookie. That’s good enough for me.
By Becca Costello
Bites reflects on the scheme of democracy.
With the Artest trade, the Kings officially leave the golden years behind.
Separation of church and state isn’t that complicated.
By Randy Hellewell
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Works from Roger Berry and Susan Keizer at JayJay.
By Saunthy Singh
You think you found your soul mate? Ha! It’s a lie! A lie, we tell you!
Plenty of pompoms and pigtails await you at the Northern California Regional Cheerleading Competition.
By Erin Sierchio
Bay Area underground filmmaker Antero Alli meditates on Rilke.
Funny-ass sitcom ends in belly-laugh blowout.
By Jeff Latta
A disillusionment dispatch from a non-embedded reporter.
Reviewed by Sheryl Beauvais
Big booty! Big booty! Big booty! Aw yeah!
Super Bowl XL as seen, blurrily, from the couch.
Amadeus plays out like an 18th-century copy of The National Enquirer.
By Patti Roberts
Celebration Arts continues its Athol Fugard series with a short but powerful prison drama.
By Jeff Hudson
Poor first impressions are hard to overcome.
By Kate Washington
Impress your valentine with wines chosen by Michael Chandler, the wine director at Enotria Café & Wine Bar.
Good eats at the venue of the week.
Mike Balma celebrates 15 years of Sacramento Heritage Festival blues shows.
By Mindy Giles
New work from the finest slide player alive.
By Ned Hammad
Catchy, not preachy.
By Jimmy Calanchini
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Who needs the Grammys when you have local musicians doing a dead-cat scrawl?
By Jackson Griffith
By Jim Lane
The Pink Panther is funny, except when it’s not.
The silent master stayed a tradesman until the end.
Saturday February 11th, 2006; 8 p.m. Crest Theatre, 1013 K Street.
Saturday; February 18, 2006; 7 p.m. Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, UC Davis.
Continuing our commitment to young musicians.
The Jammies electronic generation.
By Chris Caraway
Night of Contemporary Music performers.
Local Teachers Redefine Music Education.
Evening of Classical Music perfomers.
Recpient of the 2006 Award for Outstanding Contributions to Youth Music Education.
By Veronica Bartell
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