Welcome to the Sacramento News & Review Archives
SN&R Live Updates
Meet four Sacramento citizens whose sheer existence—25 years after the onset of the dreaded disease—is living proof that a diagnosis of HIV/AIDS is no longer a death sentence.
By Nancy Brands Ward
This article was published on 11.23.06
Hotel workers wield boycott threat in Sheraton Grand labor dispute.
By Luke Gianni
Local boarders give thanks for long-delayed skate palace.
By Donna Lee
For one local mom, the war is almost over.
By Stephen James
Cracked out on global warming.
Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Michael Chabon searches for tristeza.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
We can’t control what others think or say about us.
By Joey Garcia
Pre-Olympic weirdness in the People’s Republic.
By Kendra Wiseman
Fred Shadle has put a lifetime into the Sacramento Ballet.
By Graham Womack
Never mind the Dems, peace is up to you.
When are the higher-ups and CSU and UC going to cut the perks?
Giving kids too much runs the risk of teaching them to be “insatiable.”
By Stephanie Baker
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
The art of S.R. Jones and Tom Leaver at JayJay.
By Saunthy Singh
Strong flavor and higher alcohol content make barley wine a winter favorite.
By Alastair Bland
Where to find barley wine in the Sacramento area.
You’ll feel dumber after reading For One More Day.
By David Riedel
For E.O. Wilson, there’s one message: It’s now or never to save the Earth.
Reviewed by Melinda Welsh
The history of the Lincoln Highway.
By Edward Dunn
Blues from one delta to another.
Why reason over faith? ‘Cause it’s reasonable? Well, that’s, um, a reason.
Reviewed by Kel Munger
A poem by Kevin Cahill of Sacramento.
By Kevin Cahill
The Dixie Chicks at Arco Arena.
By Kel Munger
By Jeff Hudson
At A Taste of Laguna Southern Cuisine, the corn bread gets big props.
By Kate Washington
Bobby Cherrington gives instructions for making post-holiday “bird pie.”
Get your winter caffeine fix at Naked Lounge Coffee Roasting.
The Truck Fight sound is like Tom Waits reading Shel Silverstein in the dark back corner of a brothel.
By Jason Roberts
Damn it, somebody already stole the “Mars Vol-ska” pun to describe this album.
By Jeff Latta
“The spirits of mythical serial killers turned physical.” Yikes.
By R.V. Scheide
By Eddie Jorgensen
If you like Piña Coladas and Teutonic pop, this Decibel Devil has it going on.
By Erin Sierchio
The True Love Coffehouse returns.
By Jackson Griffith
The script has a loose end or two, but it’s a quantum leap (pun intended) over the likes of Timecop and Bill & Ted.
By Jim Lane
Jazz tap and psychoanalysis.
By Daniel Barnes
Oldboy brings new meaning to the phrase “Who’s your daddy?”
By Nick Miller
By Jonathan Kiefer
Thank you for visiting the Sacramento News & Review.