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It’s not easy raising kids in Valley Hi, one of Sacramento’s most violent neighborhoods. Just ask Rhonda Erwin.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 04.12.07
One family fights its local school district to continue with current autism treatment.
By James Cameron
Modern Catholics are eschuing the confession booth and e-mailing their sins to their confessors.
By Claire St. John
Top-10 intelligent designs.
The River Cats go trans-fat free.
By Nick Miller
Westminster Presbyterean gets pysched for the future.
By Kel Munger
Josh Wolf is freed.
By Chrisanne Beckner
Rhonda Erwin’s activism has roots in her own son’s history with violence.
By Melinda Welsh
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Jealousy: It gets you nowhere.
By Joey Garcia
For a glimpse of food-stamp living, N&R takes a month to see what it’s like to live off $5 a day—and that’s the high end of the scale. It’s both easier and harder than you’d think.
By Kat Kerlin
Dance, sing, let your hair look great.
By Veronica Bartell
Bites takes on the Schwarzenhummer and greenwashing.
Why did the FDA wait so long to recall tainted pet food?
Why Assemblyman Lloyd Levine’s light bulb bill should get out of committee.
The conditions at Walter Reed are the result of caring for veterans on the cheap.
By Charles D. Brown
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Kel Munger
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
The Oakland Athletics nurture major-league prospects right here in Sacramento.
In this doggie memoir, Mark Doty reminds of our capacity to love.
April’s art confronts mortality.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Wanna be creeped out? Mo knows.
I learned, among other things, that the hardware store is a treasure trove of thrifty bondage supplies.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Thomas Goff of Sacramento.
By Thomas Goff
California’s past moves from hero worship to holocaust in just a few steps.
The Woodland Opera House features more than 60 local actors in Oliver!
By Jeff Hudson
Send in the show tunes.
Ethiopian food for all ages—and taste buds.
By Kate Washington
What’s most interesting to the new foodie in town?
Don’t tell your grandmother about this good store-bought tortellini.
No room for stale recital traditions in Maya Beiser’s World to Come.
Sigh. This is it?
By David Riedel
It actually sounds like it’s her first broken heart.
Playlist tries on Offer’s gigantic headphones.
By Erin Sierchio
Trust Your Ears rides the musical Buick right down the middle of the road.
By Jackson Griffith
Quentin Tarantino is ruining American movies. Can we admit it yet?
Next to Warner Home Video’s Essential Classic American Musicals, today’s sub-tuneful movie musicals have two left feet.
By Daniel Barnes
One of the all-time great boxing movies.
By Jim Lane
Five things you should know about working with a real estate agent.
By Alexis Raymond
Spelling it out.
By Julie Foster
Ease into the market with a town home or condo.
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