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In this year’s Best of Sacramento issue, your love letters make it clear that the city herself is the major object of your affection.
By Chrisanne Beckner
This article was published on 09.28.06
Is Club Retro a nuisance or just exercising religious freedom?
By Donna Lee
Our writer straps on the schizophrenia machine.
By Amy Yannello
By Justin Allen, and Luke Gianni
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Cops, blogs and Broadway’s decline.
Polls show that Americans are no longer responding to the administration’s fear-mongering.
Midtown’s a delightful urban neighborhood—but keep it quiet!
By Megan Biss
At 14, Karen Crockett learned a valuable lesson about the kindness of others.
By Karen Crockett
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Paintings by Santiago Proano and Georgi Demireu, among others, at Phoenix Framing and Gallery.
By Saunthy Singh
Give me jug-band music; it seems to make me feel just fine.
By Edward Dunn
If Kool & the Gang spoke Hawaiian, they’d say it’s a Ho`olaule`a.
What is your emergency?
Reviewed by Kel Munger
A.J. embodied the spirit of Sacramento with a large tattoo, unexpected beauty and low self-esteem.
By Becca Costello
The Children’s Theatre of California turns four this month.
By Jeff Hudson
You might cut your mouth on The Shack’s Guinness hash, but the taste is worth it.
By Kate Washington
N Street Cafe’s Erin Frey shares her customers’ trickiest drink orders.
Seafood in Dixon?
James McMurtry writes a song about downsizing and finds his popularity in an upswing.
By David Riedel
Take a winning trip with Los Lobos.
Bossa nova will one day rule us all.
By Joel Hartse
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Rubin, host of KWOD 106.5’s On Demand, has made a career out of playing other people’s song requests. Here are his.
By Erin Sierchio
Tower Records is on the block, and the Beer Dawgs are breaking up! What’s happening to Sacramento music?
By Jackson Griffith
While you’re waiting for the next Charlie Kaufman movie, here’s The Science of Sleep.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Director Alexander Bulkley slays the suspense.
By Daniel Barnes
Three great tastes that taste great together.
By Jim Lane
Our readers and writers pick the best food & drink, people & places, sex & love and…
Best new use for a historic brick (fire)house.
By Kel Munger
By Nancy Brands Ward
Best candidate for a Ghost Hunters investigation.
By Sarah Sol
Best evidence that Sacramento supports a thriving art scene.
Best advocate for choice and personal accountability.
By Alexis Raymond
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