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99 ways to embrace the city’s Retromento roots.
By Ann Martin Rolke, Christopher Arns, David A. Kulczyk, Greg Lucas, Guphy Gustafson, John Phillips, Jonathan Mendick, Julianna Boggs, Kel Munger, Nick Miller, Rachel Leibrock, Shoka, and Ted Cox
This article was published on 07.28.11
Do vast deserts or small rooftops hold the key to a sunnier and more affordable (and more democratic) energy future?
By Rebecca Bowe
Boycott battle at the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op turns to sidewalk graffiti.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
Women’s Empowerment of Sacramento has helped hundreds of families back on their feet.
By Amy Yannello
Will community gardens catch on in Sacramento?
By Hugh Biggar, and Nick Miller
Freeze frames of Sacramento-area life.
Auntie Ruth says as you grow older, you hopefully learn the facts.
Appreciate local wildlife by taking a nature walk.
By Jonathan Mendick
Sacramento water pipes aging out.
By Hugh Biggar
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
No-nonsense advice on how to handle a selfish BF and a selfish BFF.
By Joey Garcia
Nathan Cordero’s art cuts deep.
By Becky Grunewald
The Mexican on damn good cheese, breaking the law, and an update from a letter writer in love.
By Gustavo Arellano
Would you take the Sacramento city manager job? With the mayor publicly criticizing your hire?
By Cosmo Garvin
From the SN&R blogs.
Top 10 things you can do to fight local air pollution.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Going back for seconds at the California State Fair.
By Rachel Leibrock
Former Sacramento Bee reporter Dale Maharidge talks about 30 years on the poverty beat, and his fear of losing it all—just like the people he writes about.
By Ed Murrieta
SN&R reviews a new production at the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival.
By Jeff Hudson
Sacramento celebrates tomatoes at the Sacramento Tomatofest.
The 39th annual Pear Fair goes down in Courtland this weekend.
By Greg Lucas
Runaway Stage Productions lets ’er rip with The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.
By Kel Munger
Nor-Cali Creations Chocolate Thai is great for migraine relief.
By Tokie Bowles
Definition of cool: practicing more than one art at a time.
Eppie’s Great Race is difficult, even with home-court advantage.
Can you toke the difference between indoor, outdoor, sativa, indica, high-priced and inexpensive medical cannabis? Learn how—plus, our writer conducts a “Pepsi Challenge.”
Midtown Collective’s budtender talks meds, popular strains and the club’s new remodel.
By Nick Miller
Sierra Stages puts a fine spin on a Stephen Sondheim classic.
Perhaps benign, definitely addictive Asian specialties with a Euro twist.
Sunflower seeds have a lot going for them in addition to those awesome flowers.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Making pickles is easy and safe. Give it a try this year.
By Garrett McCord
Stonelake Farms of Elk Grove has produce at the West Sacramento Farmers Market.
By Alastair Bland
Comedian Myq Kaplan is a total (hilarious vegan) dork.
Sacramento live-music scene grabs.
The Tubes bring punk jams to Thunder Valley.
Get your thizz face on again for E-40.
By Andrew Phillips
Ekin Cheng brings Cantopop to Cache Creek.
Lob and his cohorts bring something new every time.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Black Holes, What? do pizza at Luigi’s Fun Garden.
Red Molly comes to West Sac’s CSA Event Center.
A superstar and an up-and-comer combine for a big country-rock show in Wheatland.
By Chris Parker
Moombahton takes over Level Up Lounge.
Beatnik Studios closes out the month with magic fun, Kanye West actually shows his face again in Sacramento, big-time local album releases, Launch busted by cops.
Here’s the inside scoop on how love works—or doesn’t—at every stage of life.
By Jim Lane
It’s a “rapumentary” that really works.
At last, a Marvel comic makes it to screen and stays, uh, marvelous.
It’s all amusing throwaway bits without benefits.
By Daniel Barnes
Too few scenes of news judgment, too many scenes of generational conflict.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Stately, solemn and serious, but not really much story.
Jenna Fischer tries her hand at something a little less Office-y.
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