Welcome to the Sacramento News & Review Archives
Twenty-six inspired, nonconformist, most-excellent ways to celebrate
this holiday season Sacramento style.
By Becca Costello, Jenn Kistler, Kel Munger, Kimberly Brown, Melinda Welsh, Nick Miller, Rachel Leibrock, Ryan Neal, and Shoka
This article was published on 11.26.09
Winter is coming, and there aren’t enough beds for the homeless.
By Amy Yannello
A new charter school pushes “hard sciences” thanks to its uncommon principal.
By Ted Cox
Auntie Ruth recalls her romp with the high-school hockey team.
If you can’t make it to Copenhagen for a discussion on climate
change, how about McKinley Park?
By Jenn Kistler
Cleantech offers investment opportunity for savvy entrepreneurs.
By Ryan Neal
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Warning: Potential mate may experience insecure feelings, problems
making decisions and difficulty sustaining intimacy.
By Joey Garcia
A holiday retelling of Edgar Allen Poe’s classic poem.
By Bob Woodiwiss
The city lends SN&R a financial hand, but that won’t change
the way we cover the city.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Neighbors Without Borders moves Oak Park into today.
By Sena Christian
The Mexican takes it easy this week with some long letters.
By Gustavo Arellano
Sacramento businessmen contemplate a coup at City Hall.
By Cosmo Garvin
Evangelicals can’t take a joke; state Dems tell Obama to end
Time to get your karma in check for the holidays.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Don’t relegate common decency to the fine print.
The writer scratches his head, cracks his knuckles and gives credit
where credit is due.
By R.V. Scheide
Darondo went from ’70s R&B phenom to recluse to globetrekker
to pimp to janitor to physical therapist to being Elk Grove’s
very own Godfather of Soul.
By Rachel Leibrock
SN&R reviews a new production at the B Street Theatre.
By Kel Munger
SN&R reviews a new production at the Sacramento Theatre Company.
By Patti Roberts
SN&R reviews a new production at the Actor’s Theatre.
By Jeff Hudson
Please send my Black Album cassette to SN&R HQ, thanks.
By Nick Miller
Work off that Thanksgiving gravy with a hike in the Sutter Buttes.
Mixing slamming doors and Santa: It’s a holiday farce.
What did you write on the bathroom wall?
The New Yorker: great food writing, but not what you’d call
By Becky Grunewald
Erotic City looks at the history of sexual freedom and
liberation in our neighbor to the west.
By Lovelle Harris
One night, three Sugar Plum fairies.
Welcome to the bizzare world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Kathleen Lynch of Sacramento.
By Kathleen Lynch
Documenting Thanksgiving Frontload 2009.
Have we got holiday shows for you! No, seriously, here’s a list.
The only thing similar to Morton’s is the pommes frites. And
maybe that they both serve steak.
By Greg Lucas
It’s time for an olive-oil change.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Duck innards never tasted this good.
Local farmers feed the homeless, and Julie Cross gives up her
sweet-potato puff recipe.
By Julie Cross
Drink wine from the barrel and bottle your own creative blend.
The local emcee raps a dream and lives a rap vision.
Ira Skinner’s Monday nights at The Press Club end.
Put on your haunted heels and make out in a parked car?
New album. New band. Similar sound.
By Boogie Elmar
Get some Depends and check out this show.
Every rose has its thorn, every band has its cover.
Azukar Lounge, Jae Synth, Ray J, Kim Kardashian, Cocktail, Tila
Tequila, Zokku, Al, “Sexy Can I,” Ron Artest, Ray Liotta,
Goodfellas, women who tear clothes off of pop stars.
Daniel Barnes recommends what to buy the film geek in your life.
By Daniel Barnes
Cormac McCarthy’s Pulitzer-winning novel comes to the big screen.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Lost Highway was a mega-dud?
From the director of Garfield.
A triumph of the imagination.
Frank Capra for football.
By Jim Lane
Wes Anderson goes from making cartoonish films to cartoon stop-motion
From the “Guys Whose Job You Wouldn’t Want” files.
The writers and directors forget to entertain us.
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