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Local writers zapped SN&R’s annual contest with their best short, short stories.
By Kel Munger
This article was published on 12.28.06
Sacramento’s Jodi Angel turns her story skills to judging.
On the court with the Sacramento Heatwave.
By Luke Gianni
The often maligned “mushroom apartment” turns 50.
By Chrisanne Beckner
What do Sacramentans Google?
By Donna Lee
By Cosmo Garvin
A number of writers answer that question.
By Nancy Brands Ward
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
If you don’t like the people you’re attracting, change yourself.
By Joey Garcia
A year of essays inspired conversations about what divides us.
Could they Bee vultures?
Two-thousand six was a year of tipping points, nationally and locally.
The draft: It’s not just for soldiers anymore.
By John C. Reiger
Private Joker, the firefighter.
By Michael Donnelly
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
The work of Hannah Henry and Jenny Freestone at Axis Gallery.
By Saunthy Singh
The best of Retrocrush’s annual Most Annoying Things list for 2006.
By Robert Berry
An SN&R exclusive: Sacramento’s most annoying things.
Here’s a look back at the books of 2006.
Reviewed by John Freeman
Vincent Price: a zombie-vampire’s worst nightmare.
By Edward Dunn
Ring in the New Year with some fine wining and dining.
A local hand analyst—um, palm reader—hopes to restore Becca’s faith in ancient practices.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Theodore E. Uly of Carmichael.
By Theodore E. Uly
Cheap improv at the Capitol Garage.
By Ted Cox
How a local play about the life of feminist Jeannette Rankin came to be made into an independent film.
By Jeff Hudson
The secret’s in the sauce—and the location.
By Kate Washington
Get ready for a hair of the dog.
The six best tastes of 2006.
Neither democratic nor comprehensive, it’s another year-end list!
By Jonathan Kiefer
When a maaaaan loves an obscure reissue…
By Joel Hartse
American Idol‘s fifth champ? Where’s the remote?
By Nate Cavalieri
Crypt and Planet might not want to be friends with you.
By R.V. Scheide
The valley is alive with the sound of Stefani.
By Paul Morrison
Roy Rogers & the Delta Rhythm Kings, New Year’s Eve at the Palms in Winters.
By Eddie Jorgensen
By Erin Sierchio
Two of the best for ‘06: CDs by Agent Ribbons and Scott Rodell.
By Jackson Griffith
It’s so full of shadows that we forget there’s any such thing as light.
By Jim Lane
Theo Angelopoulos’ The Weeping Meadow.
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