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As millions of Americans prepare to file their annual taxes, they do so in an environment of media-perpetuated tax myths.
By David Cay Johnston
This article was published on 04.14.11
Sacramento’s “misery” reputation partially due to high state taxes.
By Hugh Biggar
The Sacramento-area community-college system may turn away 18,000 students.
Sacramento residents without cars now have a more affordable vehicle option with Zipcar.
By Melody Stone
Local real-estate mogul Michael Lyon’s voyeurism inspires new legislation at the Capitol.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
Safe Ground’s initiative to find a home on city property hits a roadblock. Volunteers help to keep McKinley Park working—and poop free.
By Hugh Biggar, and Jimmy Spencer
Auntie Ruth baby-sits poultry.
The Pacific Legal Foundation filed a suit to force the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the valley elderberry longhorn beetle as “threatened.”
By Jonathan Mendick
Regular winner of best in the nation, the Davis Farmers Market is bountiful.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
A child-free married couple faces constant pressure to procreate.
By Joey Garcia
A Sacramento writer’s argument for less cursing.
By Mark Drolette
My daughter sees Earth Day goals in action while visiting Denmark.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Dr. Soheir Stolba founded The Share Institute in Fair Oaks to help women and children around the world.
By Laila Barakat
The Mexican on Manifest Destiny and museums.
By Gustavo Arellano
Censorship at the Sacramento County jail?
By Cosmo Garvin
From the SN&R blogs.
Jerry Brown takes another whack at saving the state.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Arnold Schwarzenegger returns as The Governator.
By Rachel Leibrock
Sacramento’s Supreme Pro Wrestling goes to 11. As in years of back flips, body slams and breaking chairs—and bones.
By Jason Probst
SN&R reviews a new production by the Sacramento Theatre Company.
By Patti Roberts
Sacramento takes the annual Record Store Day for another spin.
Sacramento Orchid Society’s Orchid Adventures will teach you interesting information about orchids, including how to keep them alive.
A singing monster with an enormous schwanzstücker.
By Kel Munger
Manuel Muñoz’s novel matches the filming of Psycho with a real murder.
What’s a drunk to do when his wife leaves and the dog goes crazy?
By Anna Leetzow
Joshua Page offers an in-depth examination of the prison officers union.
Beyond the Proscenium Productions says bye-bye.
A poem by Thomas Goff of Carmichael.
By Thomas Goff
Measure for Measure is a mixed bag.
Duck, Thai sausage—this place does Thailand a little different.
By Greg Lucas
Pay attention to the asparagus! They’re sweet and in season.
Is it ever OK to stiff a waiter? Uh, not really.
By Garrett McCord
Avocados are a $400 million business in California.
By Alastair Bland
Kaveri Madras Cuisine can satiate a Mysore masala dosa craving for $7.95. Plus tax.
DJ Billy Lane resurrects his drum ’n’ bass night—while still club-hopping the region.
By Mosi Reeves
Bright Faces brings country pop to Sacramento’s Old Ironsides.
Taking over Midtown with Doom Bird this Friday.
By Nick Miller
The Sacramento Guitar Society throws a three-day classical music rager.
Bulletboys are set to rock hard at the Boardwalk.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Yonder Mountain String Band blends bluegrass with contemporary themes.
By Chris Parker
Calling Morocco will provide Sacramento’s Press Club with rowdy rock anthems.
By Cat Jones
Branches bring indie pop and alt folk to Luigi’s Fun Garden in Sacramento.
By John Phillips
Afroman will roll into Sacramento and hit Ace of Spades with a hip-hop show.
SN&R contributor Amy Scott shares some of her snaps.
The Phoned-In Hall of Fame 2011.
By Daniel Barnes
Robert Redford turns a bit of bloody American history into a bloodless film.
By Jonathan Kiefer
The biggest problem with the Harry Potter films has been that they treat J.K. Rowlings’ books as sacred and uneditable texts.
Director Jean-Francois Richet (Assault on Precinct 13) and star Vincent Cassel (Black Swan) crank the tension, density, action and violence.
By Mark Halverson
A “loose” (i.e., almost completely fictional) telling of the rise of Internet pornography.
Entertaining but unecessary.
Caught between the moon, New York City and a bad remake.
By Jim Lane
These French stars still shine, even if they’re older and heavier.
“This turkey can’t fly” equals truth in advertising.
Faith trumps shark, but without being too preachy.
Flesh Gordon meets Robin Hood: Men in Tights: Less flesh, but still some good laughs.
An annual roundup of Sacramento’s medical-cannabis community.
Comedian Doug Benson records his annual comedy record this 4/20 in Sacramento.
By Julie De La Torre
Millions suffer from insomnia. Medical cannabis can help.
By Jeff Chinn
Patient profile: Byron Brennan.
By Kevin Young
Patient profile: Tiffany Lawson.
J Street Wellness exhibits paintings and more by medical-cannabis patients.
By Steph Rodriguez
Good thing budmaster Jake has an eagle eye for ‘the cure’
By Buddy Peeler
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