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A look at David Taylor, Sacramento’s most influential downtown developer.
By Cosmo Garvin
This article was published on 04.30.09
Random words from Sacramento developer David Taylor.
Facing a $20 million shortfall, the Sacramento County Department of Behavioral Health Services prepares to cut mental-health care for thousands of patients.
By Amy Yannello
At American River College in Sacramento, conservative Slavic evangelicals are trying to reshape the campus.
By Kel Munger
Some of the most toxic waste sites in America are right here in the Sacramento area.
The Sacramento Cactus and Succulent Society’s 49th annual Show and Sale.
By Jenn Kistler
A Sacramento architect transforms an old grain mill into a model of urban renewal.
By Jackson Griffith
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
An insane ex and a regular one.
By Joey Garcia
An ode to President David Palmer.
By Cindy Baker
SN&R president and CEO Jeff vonKaenel takes a look at energy conservation and SMUD’s proposed rate hike.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Artifacts is a great little boutique on a crazy downtown street.
By Lindsay Hall
The Mexican with readers’ recommendations for mariachis this Cinco de Mayo.
By Gustavo Arellano
Sacramento streetcar plan gets stuck in the slow lane.
Sacramento women lawyers host an unhappy hour.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
R.V. Scheide examines the first 100 days of President Barack Obama and the impending death of the Republican Party.
By R.V. Scheide
Don’t think your church is loving enough? Become more involved.
By Mark Moore
What’s the difference between a Christian Bale rant and Matthew McConaughey pillow talk? Uh, who knows—but that’s this season’s slate of Hollywood flicks, in a nutshell. OK, pencils down.
By Jonathan Kiefer
SN&R reviews a current production at River Stage.
By Patti Roberts
SN&R reviews a current production from Kookaburra Productions at the Geery Theatre.
SN&R reviews a current production from the Sacramento Theatre Company.
By Jeff Hudson
SN&R reviews a current production at the Cosmopolitan Cabaret.
SN&R reviews a current production at the Wilkerson Theatre.
SN&R reviews a current production at the Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre.
SN&R reviews a current production at Big Idea Theatre.
SN&R reviews a current production from Artistic Differences at California Stage.
SN&R reviews a current production at City Theatre at Sacramento City College.
SN&R reviews a current production from the Images Theatre Company at the Guild Theatre.
Northern California breweries at the third annual Raley Field Brewfest.
The Found Footage Festival in West Sacramento.
All work and no play make Norman an asshole.
Ethicist Peter Singer points out how little it takes for us to save lives.
By John Freeman
Sac Ballet lives to dance another day.
Welcome to the bizzare world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Chris Campbell of Woodland.
By Chris Campbell
Wyclef Jean is democracy.
By Nick Miller
Get all your art at once with the Pink Toupee Collective.
They’ve cleaned up their horrible service, which makes a difference.
By Greg Lucas
Edible Sacramento on wine.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Mai Pham on her new cookbook.
William Rolle on Guy Fieri’s TV show.
David Ott and Jonathan Bengco kick hip-hop stereotypes in the grill.
By Josh Fernandez
Headlining the Boardwalk. Beware, kids.
By Derek Nielsen
30 Thurs, Club Retro, 7 p.m., $8-$10.
Come on, feel the Orkestra. Sophia’s Thai Kitchen, 02 Sat, 10 p.m., $3.
Partying and charitying. Sofia, 02 Sat, 10 p.m., $5.
UC Davis Coffee House, 05 Tues, 7:30 p.m., $5.
Blame Betty, Ida Maria, Ross Hammond, 300 Room, Rick Ele, Terrence Malick, Christian Kiefer, Alex Jenkins, Agent Ribbons, Knock Knock, Wu-Tang Clan and you!
Dickens is dead, and he doesn’t have a union, but let’s give credit where credit is due.
By Jim Lane
Nonyucky liberal sentimentality.
By Daniel Barnes
Blame Paul Haggis?
Earth is like the scenic route around the world.
A loosely connected parade of lost souls, starring Billy Bob Thornton and Kim Basinger.
Channing Tatum, a hopeless lump!?
Idris Elba’s relationship with Beyoncé gets jacked up by an office temp.
Wait, Michael Caine in drag?
Whether you’re commuting or just having fun, consider two wheels—it may change your life.
Lost weight, family time, bike dates—it’s amazing what two wheels did for one East Sac resident.
Volunteers at the Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen spread the two-wheel word—and change your flat.
Bicycle courier Ben Barry on the thousand-mile-a-month life.
A poseur diary.
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