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SN&R looks at the biggest water users in the Sacramento region.
By Cosmo Garvin, and Hugh Biggar
This article was published on 08.04.11
Which entities use most of our city’s limited water supply?
Can the Sacramento region change how it thinks about water?
By Hugh Biggar
Should Sacramento go to a tiered water-rate system?
By Cosmo Garvin
Heated revelations, backroom dealing, tears—Sacramento City Council members ramp up political drama over future of their district’s boundaries.
California’s new FAIR Education Act already in jeopardy.
By Kel Munger
Grant Napear’s can’t have Jimmer Fredette and current NBA players on his radio show, and the Port of West Sacramento takes a financial hit.
By Hugh Biggar, and Nick Miller
CEO of SMUD foretells Sacramento’s energy future.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Advice for a reader that there really is such a thing as a free lunch.
By Joey Garcia
Has email made us forget how to have real conversations?
By Ginny McReynolds
State worker by day, Paul Dale Roberts also dances, publishes comic books, finds ghosts and fights demons.
By Jonathan Mendick
The Mexican’s feeling on the Spanish and the jobs Americans bitch about Mexis taking—that they really don’t want for themselves.
By Gustavo Arellano
Sac County should take a cue from the city when it comes to dealing with medical cannabis.
Why aren’t people more outraged at extremists in Congress?
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Midtown Sacramento’s ArtBeast offers kids ages 6 and under a fun and creative environment for self-expression.
By Lovelle Harris
SN&R reviews a new production at the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival.
By Jeff Hudson
Group show Prescription for a Healthy Art Scene opens Friday at Bows & Arrows.
By Nick Miller
The Northern California Blues Festival keeps fans cool with hot licks.
By Andrew Phillips
California Stage and Teatro Espejo bring Latina lives to the stage.
Pardise Wellness’ Champagne combats symptoms of depression.
By Tokie Bowles
Singer-songwriter Josh Ritter tries his hand at a novel.
Jaycee Dugard is more than capable of telling her own story.
By Anna Leetzow
Who knew physics had room for hot tubs, ESP and LSD?
Hardcore punk, sex, Zen: These are not contradictory concepts.
A poem by Thomas Goff of Carmichael.
By Thomas Goff
This summer’s movie season served up little more than pre-apocalyptic dreck.
By Daniel Barnes
Cannabinoid scientists say marijuana actually fights cancer—but the feds continue to stymie research efforts.
By David Downs
Inside Mary Jane’s Wellness, where all meds are 10 bucks and the collective truly operates not for profit.
By Buddy Peeler
B Street Theatre pulls out the stops with a weird, funny show about Bob.
Cafe Connection’s Caribbean fare, plus breakfast, will have you coveting jerk chicken all week long.
By Greg Lucas
You’ll hope this jam is gonna last.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Nice restaurant plus young children equals trouble.
By Garrett McCord
The Gravenstein apple: It’s early, it’s flavorful and it doesn’t last long.
By Alastair Bland
Safe sex gets compassionate with vegan condoms.
Sacramento four-piece retains its California cool on new album.
Sacramento live-music scene grabs.
Bay Area hip-hop artist wants you to get down with your bad self.
By Rachel Leibrock
Musical Charis album-release show this Friday at Concerts in the Park.
The Tender Box does the Blue Lamp this Friday.
By Boogie Elmar
Kill the Precedent rips up Harlow’s for its record release this Saturday.
By Steph Rodriguez
AWOLNATION delivers damn catchiness at Ace of Spades this Wednesday.
King Tuff pedals it hard at the Davis Bike Collective this Wednesday.
Eddie Money swills it in Napa this Thursday.
By Chris Parker
In the Silence takes over On the Y this Friday.
The oldest bar in Sacramento is still doing live music, with Mark “Gonzo” Gonzalez at the helm.
Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford need to take a cue from Woody and Buzz.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Justin Bateman and Ryan Reynolds save this movie from itself.
By Jim Lane
This is how love really works in life, and it’s both funny and sweet.
Surprisingly Smurfy, and even better, it’s kinda Smurfy good.
It takes more than being an annoying, self-absorbed little drip to pull off a Holden Caulfield.
The important (tabloid) question: “Does he still have an erection while he’s chanting?”
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