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Sacramentans talk about the economy in the intimate space of a hair salon.
By Nancy Brands Ward
This article was published on 02.11.10
Local breweries are going down faster than a monkey knife fight.
By Ted Cox
Medicinal marijuana matures as a business, but November ballot initiative could change everything.
By Skip Jones
Auntie Ruth takes a look at President Barack Obama’s environmental achievements so far.
There are lots of birds out there. It’s time to start counting for the Great Backyard Bird Count.
By Jenn Kistler
Students of Grant Union High School’s Environmental Science and Design Academy prepare for a sustainable future.
By Sena Christian
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
So many dating Web sites, so little time.
By Joey Garcia
What pleasures are women guaranteed under the law?
By Bob Schmidt
With almost 3,000 Sacramentans living on the street, local religious leaders are teaming up to fight the problem.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Shopping at thrift stores was never so creative or fashionable.
By Nora Heston
The Mexican says: You ain’t straight if you’ve got stats on the amount of transgendered escorts on a Web site, and, by the way, this isn’t ¡Ask a Hispanic!
By Gustavo Arellano
Who’s who (and how much they’ve got) on the ballot for city council in June.
By Cosmo Garvin
PG&E bars reporter; Hinky ballot measures.
Will awful Supreme Court ruling spark needed reform?
PG&E pours another $3 million into June measure.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Rachel says Sac needs to shed its tattoo culture.
Why you should switch to a smaller, local bank.
By R.V. Scheide
Love is for sale this Valentine’s Day season, and SN&R’s advice columnist has demystified the enigmas of the iHeart.
A few more tips for romance online.
SN&R reviews a new production at the Capital Stage.
By Jeff Hudson
SN&R reviews a new production at the Cosmopolitan Cabaret.
SN&R reviews a limited-run revival at New Helvetia.
By Kel Munger
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a hike, silent film or David Hasselhoff.
UC Davis professor emeritus will discuss her book about abortion in a post-Roe v. Wade world.
This year’s Legacy isn’t necessarily bigger, but it’s better.
May Izumi exhibits her sculptures at John Natsoulas Gallery through February 20.
Amanda Lopez exhibits her new photographic series at Upper Playground through March 6.
Clarence Major exhibits his new paintings at Woodland Community
College Library through March 4.
By Josh Fernandez
New York-based artists showcase their versions of updated 18th-century Romanticism at Verge Gallery.
Great—and woman-friendly—sex advice, right at your fingertips.
Go ahead, blame Greenspan and Bernanke. The housing bubble was their fault.
By Seth Sandronsky
Tony DuShane sheds light on a life of secret masturbation, accidental sodomy and finding happiness.
Oh no … Oklahoma! again.
Nigel Poor shows off her photographed collection of collections at Viewpoint Photographic Art Center.
Welcome to the bizzare world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Mira Kores of Sacramento.
By Mira Kores
So what do you e-mail a guy traveling 17,500 mph through space?
By Dave Webb
Angelina Réaux’s brings England to Sacramento.
By Patti Roberts
Greg Lucas plays victim at this Howe Avenue Disneyfied eatery.
By Greg Lucas
Amber Stott of http://awakeatthewhisk.blogspot.com provides gardening advice.
By Ann Martin Rolke
As in Dungeness crabs, at Sunh Fish on Broadway.
By Becky Grunewald
If you like kale, mustard greens and chard, then Fiddler’s Green will suit you just fine.
By Julie Cross
Turning a diner’s garnish into a delicious pesto.
By Kimberly Brown
Sacramento rappers need a talk show. Enter Jemuel “180” Johnson.
By Nick Miller
A Lot Like Birds is actually a great band—when the screaming ends.
This should be a sarsaparilla-drinking good time.
What is that, a Willy Wonka reference?
Show Valentine’s Day love for a Funky Homosapien.
Makin’ your heart go a-flutter.
By Rachel Leibrock
Chuck D, Sac State, Public Enemy, President Barack Obama, Glenn Beck, crazy guy, be a nerd, playlists, Facebook.
Daniel Barnes left documentaries of his end-of-the-decade list because docs whoop fiction films’ butts.
By Daniel Barnes
Michael Hoffman’s film tells the last months in the life of Leo Tolstoy.
By Jim Lane
Makes Spaceballs look good.
Fashionistas can’t appreciate ’50s French drama?
Channing Tatum flexes his scant actor’s resources to the max.
An R-rated movie for the person you were before you were old enough to get into R-rated movies.
By Jonathan Kiefer
A weary, socially stunted Santiago housekeeper (Catalina Saavedra) gets territorial when the family she’s attended for 20-plus years hires extra help.
And so the greeting-card holiday rigmarole gets the romantic comedy it deserves.
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