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SN&R celebrates 20 years of journalism.
By Melinda Welsh
This article was published on 04.23.09
SN&R’s owner looks back to the beginning and straight on to the future.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Just in time for SN&R’s 20th anniversary—two decades worth of the best stories!
Stories of people who made the paper what it is today, and some who will build the paper of tomorrow.
By Deborah Redmond
One-time SN&R writers are granted a little space to say a lot.
A look at the best from an art director’s view.
By Don Button
Evolving cover design.
The anniversary ideas that got away.
SN&R’s tribute to the great album covers.
SN&R readers give thanks.
A reader stops and gives us 20.
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Cancer and a jealous sister.
By Joey Garcia
Bringing you SN&R for over 15 years.
By Nick Miller
The Mexican on Lebanon, department-store etiquette and stress.
By Gustavo Arellano
Bites muses on his 10 years of snarky existence.
By Cosmo Garvin
Global warming. Economic depression. Fuel shortages. Sizing up Sacramento, 20 years from now.
By R.V. Scheide
Sacramentans share thoughts on two decades of arts, music, literature, sports and city culture—and how to support artists during the next 20.
By SN&R Staff
Hair Games 2009: Do it for Edward.
By Jenn Kistler
Making good use of that that foreign-thief/ambivalent-American-magnetism formula since 1960.
When it comes to literature—especially poetry—Sac really shines.
By Kel Munger
A poem by David E. Howerton of Auburn.
By David E. Howerton
Go see Tom Stoppard’s Hamlet spinoff.
Postwar, small-town stalwarts.
By Patti Roberts
Helpful hint: Sit close.
By Jeff Hudson
Greg Lucas is a dim sum slut.
By Greg Lucas
Slow Food Sacramento co-chair Melinda McRae Beer.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Rubicon Brewing Company’s third annual Women in Brewing event.
The expand-your-ass movement is alive and fat.
By Miss Ashleigh
Black Lips gig in Sacramento, where a night of homoerotic, punk-rock high jinks doesn’t (necessarily) end in handcuffs.
Once bitten, camera shy.
KDVS, What’s Up?, Death Cab for Cutie, Record Store Day, Ross Hammond, L!fe.
Disney’s latest foray into Mother Nature.
By Jim Lane
We would so not let Dwight Yoakam be our doctor.
Does Jim Lane heart Zac Efron?
Not a documentary, but feels authentic.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Robert Downey Jr. saves the film, surprisingly.
Blogger drama, just great.
Valentino Garavani: just your average, impeccably tasteful and wealthy—and very tan—Italian man.
A look back at SN&R’s 10th anniversary issue in 1999.
Notes on an anniversary from SN&R’s publisher.
Reflections on the tension between sales and editorial.
By Tom Johnson
What our “teenage spy” learned from doing the story.
By Rachel Leibrock
SN&R interviews a former reporter.
By Curt Guyette
Confessions of a 13-year employee.
Or, how I cost my publisher $200,000—and lived to tell about it.
By Joe Martin
The inside scoop at SN&R.
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