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California Youth Crisis Line is facing troubles of its own.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
This article was published on 11.25.10
Cloud seeding in the Lake Tahoe area is a regular practice to create more snow.
By Kat Kerlin
A rising tide of abandoned boats in Sacramento County.
By Hugh Biggar
Filming for a documentary featuring Mayor Kevin Johnson in Sacramento. Tea party candidates spend a lot for those votes.
By Dennis Myers, and Nick Miller
Freeze frames of Sacramento-area life.
Auntie Ruth ponders the future of helium.
It’s green to protect the environment.
By Jonathan Mendick
A new sheriff in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta.
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Our expert’s advice: Don’t put the kids in the middle of the money.
By Joey Garcia
A Sacramento poet writes about her decision to come out as a lesbian.
By Jovi Radtke
Sacramento students recycle, plant trees and look forward to the 1 million kids at iMatter March.
By Jeff vonKaenel
At Box Brothers on Del Paso Boulevard, they give a ship.
By Josh Fernandez
The Mexican on ethinc mutts, Morrissey and meringue.
By Gustavo Arellano
Senate leader Darrell Steinberg says California government needs a makeover.
By Cosmo Garvin
From the SN&R blogs.
We have lots to be thankful for …
By SN&R Staff
17th annual Run to Feed the Hungry.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Nothing beats a Duraflame, snuggly cats and a Fashion Police marathon.
By Rachel Leibrock
On Loveline, Adam Carolla was millions of teenagers’ proxy father. Today, he’s a New York Times best-selling author who’s about to pit-stop in Sacramento for some holiday cheer.
By Mark Halverson
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 Jeff Hudson
New Year’s festival celebrates Hmong culture.
Pokémon card game seeks new champion.
Big Idea Theatre kicks up their heels between the wars in Much Ado About Nothing.
Ted Rall’s not kidding; he thinks we need a new government.
By Seth Sandronsky
An all-around history of our region’s aquatic jewel, Lake Tahoe.
By Pamela Biery
The Arabic-language poet Adonis’s selected works are available in a new English translation.
It’s Handel’s “Messiah” in DIY mode at Oak Park’s Bethany Presbyterian Church.
Welcome to the bizzare world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Jan Haag of Sacramento.
By Jan Haag
Matthew Craggs riffs on the good and bad on the popular, and soon to be extinct, energy drink.
By Matthew Craggs
A line-up of Sacramento holiday shows for the nice, the naughty and the nutcrackers.
The Golden Bear gets the four-star treatment.
By Greg Lucas
Go herb wild.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Food for the Thoughtless’ Michael Procopio discusses bad service.
By Garrett McCord
Pineapple guavas went out of style—then blew up.
By Alastair Bland
Fur Free Friday, an anti-fur-industry demonstration by Arden Fair mall.
Former Sacramento lead singer Shannon Curtis overcame her stage fright and became a successful solo artist.
Lazer Sword plays Grimey.
By John Phillips
E2 has their album release.
By Nick Miller
If you like the Grateful Dead, you’ll love this show at the Crest—but Eddie Jorgensen won’t.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Joe Queer is still stubbornly trudging forward with a new album and a new tour—with a stop at the Blue Lamp in Sacramento.
Check out his latest, Wig!, and then head to this show, Winters.
Who Cares? drops a new release, DJ Arnold leaves one 21st Street club for another.
By Josh Fernandez, and Nick Miller
Daniel Barnes’ best flicks of the 1990s.
By Daniel Barnes
Jonathan Kiefer reviews Danny Boyle’s Best Picture follow-up.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Flaming redhead Rita Hayworth is a testament to Hollywood’s power to both transform and mutilate.
Crap-lousy ad campaigns vs. the domestic box office.
Quite unlike your average food-contest cable show.
A slacker ladies’ man with a smooth line of bedroom patter (Jake Gyllenhaal) goes to work selling pharmaceuticals for Pfizer.
By Jim Lane
A young Englishwoman (Gemma Arterton) returns to the country home where she grew up, and her presence disrupts the settled routine among the locals.
SN&R’s 2010 Holiday Gift Guide celebrates the best and worst of our gift-giving traditions.
By Becca Costello
SN&R’s annual gift guide urges you to shop local this holiday season, Sacramento.
Holiday shopping for loved ones is challenging enough. Let SN&R find gifts for the people you can’t stand.
Is 20 years too long to wait for a Barbie Dream House?
Celebrating Christmas in India with Jesus, Santa and far too many bananas.
A fresh carp and an empty plate make for a merry little Christmas.
It’s a passive-aggressive Christmas when your friend makes a donation to a charity you’d never support—in your name.
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