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SN&R readers talk about death and what makes a good one.
By Melinda Welsh
This article was published on 06.09.11
SN&R’s readers answer our questions about end-of-life choices.
When it comes to medical care, end-of-life options exist.
By Hugh Biggar
How my brother wound up in a documentary about end-of-life choices.
Advance care planning made easy.
Sacramento art walk warms up with a few changes. But Hugo Perez Zavala’s murder is still unsolved.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
Blight-fighting Capitol Area Development Authority faces budget ax.
By Cosmo Garvin
Sacramento’s libraries face steep cuts.
Will parking in downtown’s streets work for the proposed Sacramento Kings arena? Plus, the Sacramento district attorney’s office is using more infraction citations.
By Hugh Biggar, and Maxwell McKee
Freeze frames of Sacramento-area life.
Auntie Ruth ponders the merits of box wine.
Recycling e-waste properly.
By Jonathan Mendick
Local writer and chef Hank Shaw returns to Sacramento on his U.S. book tour.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
How can a father convince his teenage daughter to dress more modestly?
By Joey Garcia
Reflections on a friend’s death.
By Jaime O'Neill
The mPower Placer program gives affordable loans to commercial building owners for water- and energy-efficiency improvements.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Chad Nelson and Brian Lee are changing the shape of men’s facial hair with the Cowboy Comb.
By Becca Costello
The Mexican talks secure borders and silly Republicans.
By Gustavo Arellano
Some big ideas for Sacramento’s redistricting effort.
From the SN&R blogs.
In the frenzy to cut pensions, don’t forget to look at the big picture.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
In defense of marriage.
By Rachel Leibrock
Found Magazine founder Davy Rothbart and director David Meiklejohn bring their film to the Guild Theater’s Movies on a Big Screen series.
By Becky Grunewald
Etsy and IndieSacramento team up to throw a local Craft Party.
Atari Party brings together vintage games, film and prizes.
A Paleolithic take on the “war” between the sexes.
By Maxwell McKee
The Sacramento Steampunk Society puts on a show at Brick Alley Arts Studios.
International Facebook group = art show.
Miráme: 21st Century Self-portraits for a Latino/a America wants to know what you’re looking at.
All Natural Solutions’ 707 Headband is a dynamic, Christmas-tree-like bud.
By Tokie Bowles
The Atlantic’s fiction editor will visit Sacramento to talk about publishing.
By Kel Munger
Hilary Pecis at the new Bows Gallery at Bows & Arrows.
Our writer waxes his junk for the first time.
By Ted Cox
Three local cannabis cultivators at The Remedy find a home and safe haven in California.
By Buddy Peeler
The best nanny ever—and her chimney-sweeping friends—provide a spoonful of spectacle.
By Jeff Hudson
Pizza Rock takes K Street Mall up a notch. A big notch.
By Greg Lucas
Keep up with the hot foods for just a bit longer. Summer is coming.
Photographing food is difficult. If you must do it, here are some tips.
By Garrett McCord
Research indicates that the Central Valley owes much of its agricultural fertility to salmon.
By Alastair Bland
Spain is a beautiful place to visit, but can be challenging to get fed well without tuna in your “vegetariano” sandwich.
This year’s High Sierra Music Festival inspires fun, and insight, for all ages.
Sacramento live-music scene grabs.
John Hiatt will play a solo acoustic show outdoors at Sacramento’s Raddison Hotel.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Like the Dave Matthews Band, only good, at the Cozmic Café this weekend.
By Nick Miller
Aaron Watson, who blends honky-tonk and country, will perform in north Sacramento’s Stoney Inn.
By Chris Parker
The Bank gets freak nasty at The Press Club—in the dark!
Hometown Sacramento rock heroes return to play benefit show for bassist Chi Cheng, who is in a coma.
By M.T. Richards
Jack’s Mannequin brings melodic rock to Sacramento’s Ace of Spades.
By John Phillips
The Airborne Toxic Event blends synth rock with chamber pop, and will play Sacramento’s Ace of Spades.
Nicki Minaj’s tour with Britney Spears begins at Sacramento’s Power Balance Pavilion.
Death Grips debuts its live set in Midtown Sacramento at The Press Club.
By Josh Fernandez
Hollywood mysteries solved!
By Daniel Barnes
Woody Allen has a new alter ego in surfer-dude nebbish Owen Wilson.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Based upon a series of juvenile novels, I Am Number Four stars Alex Pettyfer.
A foreign art-house film that actually requires a tub o’ popcorn to munch.
Full of manic, screeching energy, it’s not a bummer if you’re 7 years old.
By Jim Lane
What is it when it’s the thing you can’t name? Oh, yeah: luxury ennui.
The subject of Jeff Malmberg’s quietly affecting documentary is Mark Hogancamp.
Corn, cheese and (Kevin) Bacon bits, plus apocalyptic brinksmanship and groovy clothes.
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