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You’re not likely to run into Robert Redford in a Sacramento culvert, but plenty of others—including many local immigrants—enjoy the surprising (if toxic) pleasures of ditch fishing.
By Jeff Ewing
This article was published on 04.26.07
CSUS students say they can’t get the classes they need to graduate.
By Seth Sandronsky
A California legislator wants to force major health-care reform.
By Steve Hahn
The battle for high-speed rail continues …
By Nick Miller
Bike advocates ask for showers and storage at state buildings.
By Luke Gianni
Let the sun shine down and power-up your home.
By Ralph Brave
Webcasters fear losing their radio stations.
By Sena Christian
Butterflies at the wedding?
Local nonprofit promotes sustainable transportation through bicycle maintence and safety education.
By Jennifer Davidson
Custom order a bamboo bike through local dealers.
Local shop gives big discounts to bicyclists.
Find out how you can support sustainable transportation.
Reaching sustainability through bicycle advocacy.
Consider the hidden worlds that live right where we do.
By Melinda Welsh
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Perfectionism isn’t a virtue.
By Joey Garcia
Here’s why the epidemic of gun violence is unique to the United States of America.
By Bill Durston, M.D.
Two wheels is the new four.
By R.V. Scheide
Does Blackwater USA have entry in California?
Why we support the California Compassionate Choices Act.
Cure juvenile diabetes and return childhood to normal.
By Rachel Cannon
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Patti Roberts
Compiled By Kel Munger
Forty years after Kathrine Switzer made running history in Boston, Sacramento’s first women-only marathon charges ahead.
By James Raia
Peter Godwin evokes thoughts of a Zimbabwe without Mugabe.
By Heidi Kriz
Among the Arden Fair Mall walkers, I wasn’t working out; I was meandering through a catalogue.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Robert M. Stanley of Sacramento.
By Robert M. Stanley
Regina Louise’s best-selling memoir becomes a one-woman show at STC.
By Russell Nichols
The Tony Award-winning Urinetown offers more pee jokes than a classroom full of 4th graders.
By Patti Roberts
One weekend, two Gilbert and Sullivan productions.
By Jeff Hudson
All together now: “Waffles"!
By Kate Washington
When it comes to home-grown veggies, try ’em before you buy ’em.
It’s a good thing absinthe is hard to get.
Pianist Glenn Gould plays Bach—from beyond the grave!
By Edward Dunn
The Haints are like the Borg, only more entertaining.
By Cary Rodda
Ah, jazz. Pure and simple.
By David Riedel
Need starter logs for your party? Here’s 10.
Be Brave Bold Robot’s raggedly tuneful storytelling, on CD at last.
By Jonathan Kiefer
If MothSpyEros’ music is like dreaming in red, what color is their Playlist?
By Erin Sierchio
Trust Your Ears is still on the Mark Trail.
By Jackson Griffith
It’s not a banal tale about a boy and his dog, but a fresh one about an older woman and hers.
See the Chevy Chase classic anew, and start quoting it all over again.
By Jim Lane
SN&R’s 12th annual Chow Guide to Sacramento dining.
By Alexis Raymond
When is the right time to refinance?
Help homebuyers envision themselves in your home.
By Julie Foster
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