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Work sucks. But not for these Sacramentans, who turned passions for percussion, play and people into unconventional occupations.
By Becca Costello, Edward Dunn, and Matthew Craggs
This article was published on 07.20.06
Local Palestinians plead for their homeland’s safety.
By R.V. Scheide
Temporary restrictions on home design take effect at month’s end in East and North Sacramento neighborhoods as the council seeks community input on a proposed citywide ordinance.
By Chrisanne Beckner
Sacramento Muslims find similarities and solace through involvement with the area’s Japanese-Americans, who work to keep the memory of wartime camps alive.
Court gives relapsing drug offenders a temporary reprieve, college students will find parking limits in Land Park next year, and SN&R comes out winners in the annual CNPA Better Newspapers Contest.
By Donna Lee, Meredith J. Cooper, and Nancy Brands Ward
It’s time to ask: “Does your path have heart?”
By Nancy Brands Ward
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
A Davis researcher helped create the new vaccine that will help fight cervical cancer.
By Matthew Craggs
FOIA’s midlife crisis, Americans’ belief in “In God We Trust” and Doolittle’s debate preferences, all in this week’s Bites.
Ten things Sacramentans can do to spare the air.
Why break up oar fights on the river? Let natural selection do its job.
By Victoria Van Duzer
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
The Peace Arts Xchange sponsors art focused on the Iraq war.
By Saunthy Singh
Watching all the music videos in this story is guaranteed to kill at least a half a workday!
By Jackson Griffith
A look at three good books on climate change.
Reviewed by Kel Munger
Taiko Dan resonates with the audience.
Bridge-to-Bridge speeds it up.
From Russia with troubles, lots of troubles.
Reviewed by Edward Dunn
Travel through the French countryside—and psyche—without leaving your Crest Theatre seat.
By Becca Costello
A poem by David E. Howerton of Auburn.
By David E. Howerton
Maddox emerges from cyberspace seclusion for an appearance at the Folsom Borders.
By Graham Womack
Lambda Players’ Key West promises campy comedy and naked men. One out of two ain’t bad.
See a play in gestation at the Playwrights Festival of New Works.
By Jeff Hudson
Upmarket Indian food cozies up to the Capitol.
By Kate Washington
Put down the ice cream and pick up the ice water.
Another independent espresso outlet in Midtown.
2Mex and Life Rexall bring the $martyr project to Capitol Garage.
By Mosi Reeves
Couldna done it without the Funktress.
By Keith Lowell Jensen
News flash: Mike Patton made a boring record. We just saved you 12 bucks.
By David Riedel
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
I heard the news today, oh boy.
Cinema selection of the week.
By Jim Lane
Kevin Smith returns to his roots.
By Robert Berry
An Oscar-winning Polish director’s proto-Linklater slice of life about Warsaw youths.
By Daniel Barnes
War-dead undead? Joe Dante goes there.
By Jeff Latta
By Jonathan Kiefer
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