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The former talk-show host opens a new medical-cannabis dispensary in Midtown Sacramento to fanfare, controversy.
By Nick Miller
This article was published on 06.16.11
Gov. Jerry Brown could swap out California’s carbon-trading scheme.
By Cosmo Garvin
The phone book dies. Michael Lyon goes home.
By Hugh Biggar, and Raheem F. Hosseini
Freeze frames of Sacramento-area life.
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
My 15-year-old granddaughter is dating a college sophomore. Help!
By Joey Garcia
Sacramento leader Kais Menoufy helps shape Egypt’s future.
By Hugh Biggar
The Mexican on white chicas with brown men—and a white guy who speaks Spanish?
By Gustavo Arellano
State park cuts will hit Northern California hard.
SN&R reviews a new production by California Musical Theatre at the Cosmopolitan Cabaret.
By Maxwell McKee
SN&R reviews a new production in California Musical Theatre’s Broadway Sacramento series.
By Jeff Hudson
The Sacramento French Film Festival kicks off this weekend at the Crest Theatre.
By Jonathan Mendick
Kintoki-Con celebrates anime and video games.
Relive all your relationships in one night? It’s a comedy, not a horror show.
Wet weather delays the opening, but A Flea will go on.
When things fall apart and the center does not hold, you can always laugh.
By Patti Roberts
There’s a lot better Vietnamese eats on the same block, according to
our food reviewer.
By Greg Lucas
Goin’ muffin nuts in the early summer with Sacatomato.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Good food doesn’t always have to be all-natural.
By Garrett McCord
The fig is a botanical oddity.
By Alastair Bland
There is a vegan option for the ramen-curious at Shoki Ramen House.
A roundup of Sacramento area open-mic nights.
By Dusty Hamilton
Sacramento singer-songwriters come home.
By Rachel Leibrock
Kelly Willis and Bruce Robison are alt-country’s first couple.
By Chris Parker
Mickey Avalon brings his enigmatic rapper persona to Ace of Spades.
By John Phillips
Blow Up founder Paul Tunkin goes Britpop at Blue Lamp.
The English Beat have kept it going since the ’70s.
By Eddie Jorgensen
The Ataris revive their latest album from recording hiatus and kick off an acoustic tour.
By Steph Rodriguez
Tech N9ne brings speed raps and a cult following to Ace of Spades.
By Mosi Reeves
British record producer and trance deejay Paul Oakenfold will perform at Sacramento’s District 30.
By M.T. Richards
Enjoy the work of Sacramento photographer Amy Scott.
Jim Carrey’s latest is for the birds.
By Jim Lane
Matt Harlock and Paul Thomas’ well-meaning documentary commits the same sins as many other similarly well-meaning Lenny Bruce documentaries.
By Daniel Barnes
Mike Leigh and company explore the way we interpret life and each other.
By Mark Halverson
In Season 3, True Blood goes from camp to schlock.
Writer-director J.J. Abrams employs his formidable skills in a sort of glib cinematic sleight of hand.
The 2011 Summer Guide has more than 70 challenges to push you out of your comfort zone and into an amazing summer.
By Becca Costello
Dinner for $2 in Sacramento with no fast food? It can be done!
By Alia Cruz
Taste the essence of Sacramento’s summer season.
Keep the summer party going with these late-night dining options in Sacramento.
Increase your live-music intake with our guide to Sacramento area summer concerts.
Get some culture along with your sunshine.
With a picnic and a little bug spray, theater under the stars is a magical summer experience.
By Kel Munger
Ride world-class white water in Sacramento’s own backyard.
Activate your recreation and vacation in and around Sacramento.
A 21-day internal-cleansing kit brings acne, migraines and a $275 price tag. Is it worth it for a bikini body?
By Lovelle Harris
Cultivate a healthy Sacramento summer glow.
SN&R’s guide to summertime sex in the great outdoors.
Add spice to your summer nights in Sacramento.
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