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How a pair of Las Vegas playboys kidnapped Sacramento’s NBA franchise, bringing a city to its knees.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 10.05.06
Are Sac City schools part of an educational apartheid?
By Jonathan Kiefer
Wolfskill orchards are a living library of now-obscure fruit.
By Alastair Bland
Sacramento police officers disrupt a political fund-raiser supporting statewide decriminalization of prostitution.
By Chrisanne Beckner
Free Thought Day, Amy Goodman comes to City College, and making your own anti-Arnold video for fun and fame.
By Luke Gianni
By Cosmo Garvin
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Hedwig gives SN&R readers an inch. After all, that’s all she’s got!
By Erin Sierchio
Proposition 89 would deny special interests the ability to stifle the popular will.
Voters need to look past the emotions to see the facts behind Prop. 83.
By Alex Landon
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Portland artists Ryan Bubnis, Bwana Spoons and Guy Burwell at the Toyroom.
By Saunthy Singh
Freedom isn’t free. More like 10 bucks.
By Nick Miller
In the end, we all just want to make a connection.
Reviewed by Matthew Craggs
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
By Becca Costello
A screening of The Road to Guantanamo, with discussion, at Davis’ Varsity Theatre.
Baudelaire’s flesh and filth returns in a new translation.
Reviewed by Kel Munger
Sunday-morning pancakes with the Sacramento Valley Leathermen.
A poem by Thomas Miner of Sacramento.
By Thomas Miner
Let’s stop coddling A Place Called Sacramento’s amateur film festival.
By David Riedel
The frightening Boy Gets Girl might not be the best entertainment choice for a new couple.
By Jeff Hudson
Courageous local teens play Anne Frank’s friends in And Then They Came For Me.
By Patti Roberts
Miyagi Bar & Sushi doesn’t skimp on shrimp.
By Kate Washington
Matzah steps out at the 29th annual Jewish Food Faire.
Lamb and baklava await you at the 60th annual Armenian Food Festival.
What the Evening Episode did on its summer vacation.
No “trouble” making a great follow-up.
By Edward Dunn
Electronic pop, I’d like you to meet your new friend: chamber music.
By Joel Hartse
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Too bad we missed the pub crawl. Or did we?
By Jackson Griffith
The fly-on-the-wall approach? Depends on the fly, sure, but also on the wall.
By Jim Lane
Just so we’re clear: Guns kill people. People don’t kill people. OK?
“The ice is gonna break!”
By Jeff Latta
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