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If Afghanistan is hell, home is heaven to this Blackhawk pilot. A former Sacramentan offers his first-person wartime account.
By Paul Graham
This article was published on 09.29.11
A day in the life of a Medevac pilot serving in Afghanistan.
Expect the unexpected when ‘off duty’ as Medevac pilot.
Sacramento Doctors Benefit from Medical Industry Fees.
By Hugh Biggar
After a decade of trying, and $2 million in subsidies, why can’t this neighborhood get a grocery store?
By Cosmo Garvin
Critics say Waste Management’s garbage deal is rubbish.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
City council nixes new cardroom in Downtown Plaza, and Sacramento residents are urged to pipe up about water and other utilities.
By Hugh Biggar, and Raheem F. Hosseini
Wherein Ruthie needs a glass of the sulfited stuff.
Amigo Bob Cantisano helped many others go organic.
By Jonathan Mendick
Summer reports find new challenges to meeting targets in California’s new global warming law.
By Christopher Arns
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Advice to a reader to check herself before she wrecks herself.
By Joey Garcia
Why’d they take the jazz out of the Sacramento Music Festival? Money.
By Burt Wilson
Rev. Cole preaches against nationalism and vengeance at the Sacramento Area League of Associated Muslims.
By Jeff vonKaenel
A 9/11 anniversary speech by Sacramento’s Imam M. A. Azeez.
Amateur boxer Guy Robb trains hard to maintain his undefeated record.
By Alia Cruz
The Mexican tackles redistricting and blaring music outside Mexican businesses.
By Gustavo Arellano
Even citizen journalists need an editor.
From the SN&R blogs.
Bring wisdom and foresight to local budget cut talks.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
A few thoughts about Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
By Rachel Leibrock
Can Marina Ramirez win an October championship bout and a chance to compete in the Olympics?
SN&R reviews a new production at the B Street Theatre.
By Kel Munger
SN&R highlights a handful of events happening in the upcoming week.
Get ready for the first-ever Sacramento Comedy Festival this weekend in Midtown.
By Maxwell McKee
Orange Crush at Doctor’s Orders Co-op.
By Tokie Bowles
This English translation of Alberto Moravia’s trilogy of novellas offers insight into post-war Italy—and into the creative process.
By Trina L. Drotar
In Class Dismissed, John Marsh argues that there are ways to alleviate poverty without relying on higher education.
By Seth Sandronsky
Drew Magary’s The Postmortal suggest immortality has a whole ’nother set of troubles.
By Jason Satterling
Donate some blood, get some time with the Original Bloodsucker.
A poem by Robert M. Stanley of Sacramento.
By Robert M. Stanley
Sac-Con preps the next generation of comic book devotees.
By Lory Gil
A weekly look at medical cannabis in the Sacramento region.
A peek inside city dispensary 1 Love Wellness Center.
By Buddy Peeler
Concentrates galore, and more, at Alternative Medical Center.
Big Idea Theatre takes big risks with The Pillowman.
By Patti Roberts
Broadway Sacramento tickles some funny bones with a big green ogre in Shrek: The Musical.
Mod Du Rang dishes up Seoul-powered food.
By Greg Lucas
Say goodbye to a local Caribbean legend as Celestin’s is closing soon.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Sacramento foods hold up while traveling.
By Garrett McCord
Expect a bumper crop of local California walnuts this year.
Dine out at a participating Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge restaurant during the month of October, and maybe these eateries will keep a vegan course on the menu year round.
Twenty reasons to attend the 20th annual Sammies Block Party & Music Awards.
By SN&R Staff
Brad Pitt’s new movie is a spreadsheet story about our national pastime, baseball, but it registers real humanity.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Yes, cancer is funny. Among other things.
By Jim Lane
John Singleton tries—and fails—to save this a script full of holes starring an actor who can offer just one facial expression.
Going to this movie may eventually cause Jason Statham to become governor of California.
Sarah Jessica Parker in a PG-13 episode of Sex and the City.
31 days of art & soul.
The 20th annual Sammies Block Party and Music Awards goes down Saturday, October 1, in Midtown on 20th Street.
By Nick Miller
Move to the beat of the Sacramento concert scene.
La Raza Galería Posada celebrates Día de los Muertos with art exhibitions, craft workshops and an outdoor display of more than 50 altars.
Travel with your eyes.
The Sacramento Ballet opens its 2011 season with a daring rendition of Dracula.
By Becca Costello
Let these events inspire a standing ovation.
The Lord of the Rings in Concert requires 250 musicians to recreate the soundtrack of the film live on stage, just in time for its 10th anniversary.
Think big for a fantastic night out.
Restaurants competing in the Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge will add creative vegan dishes to their menus throughout October.
Find your cultural niche.
Michele Norris’ The Grace of Silence is this year’s Sacramento State One Book.
Get eloquent at these literary events.
The Trash Film Orgy revises its original “Zombie vs. Shark” musical for two midnight screenings of Lucio Fulci’s Zombie.
Make the most of the spooky season.
Winners announced Saturday night at the Block Party.
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