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Sacramento-area leaders and developers continue plot to grow the suburbs.
By Cosmo Garvin
This article was published on 04.19.12
A year after the city’s first big mobile-food festival, what’s the state of Sacramento’s eats-on-wheels community?
By Jonathan Mendick
Check out the size of the carbon footprint Wal-Mart leaves.
By Nick Miller
Switch out your water heater to a solar-powered one, get some cash.
Sir Richard Attenborough’s Frozen Planet is must-see TV that lasts.
Green Car Reports website helps inform buyers about green cars.
Small contingent of locals will never have to pay at the pump again.
By Amy Wong
SN&R readers chime in on Mitt Romney, marijuana legalization and bike messengers.
Joey advises a reader to move out of the center-stage spotlight.
By Joey Garcia
We’re at the dawn of Earth’s new geological age, this one shaped by humans.
By David Roberts
Spend this Earth Day appreciating Sacramento’s natural gifts, and then reflect upon what you can do.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Vic Preciado, the Doody Guy, picks up more than 250 pounds of pet waste per week. When was the last time you cleaned the litter box?
By Becca Costello
Why Do Mexicans Paint Murals on Lowriders, and why do they love scratch-off Lotto tickets?
By Gustavo Arellano
Don’t believe in climate change? Ask an insurance agent.
It’s time for both anti-tax advocates and voters to ask: Do we want to live in a state that’s falling apart?
By Duane Campbell
Sacramento’s Cynthia Dall leaves a legacy of art and inspiration.
By Rachel Leibrock
Wallpaper’s Arjun Singh moves out from behind his drum kit and in front of the camera on The Public Access Show.
By Aaron Carnes
Million Dollar Quartet depicts a classic rock ’n’ roll jam session at the Community Center Theater.
Big Idea Theatre pulls out all the stops with Killer Joe.
By Patti Roberts
Community Asian Theatre of the Sierras throws everything into their new show—including a Jeep and a goat!
By Jeff Hudson
Sacramento celebrates Earth Day with a slew of events.
The app isn’t just a workout aid, it’ll protect you from creepy brain-eating creatures.
By Kel Munger
Ted Wilson reviews the entire world, one thing at a time.
New Mad Men companion book offers a booze-saturated romp through the ’60s.
By Mark Halverson
This book could change your life.
By Lory Gil
A poem by Ann Privateer of Davis.
By Ann Privateer
Goodbye Midtown Monthly—the mag shuts down, but Sacramento stays janky.
By Becky Grunewald
This Natomas eatery isn’t fancy, but it’ll dish up your fix of fútbol and cheap and tasty Mexican fare.
By Greg Lucas
Proper dog etiquette at eateries.
By Garrett McCord
What can help cure your dog’s upset stomach?
1000 Vegan Cupcakes for Charity Challenge on Earth Day, Sunday, April 22.
Five reasons to buy actual tangible music on April 21.
Nyuk-nyuk-nyuk-ing like there’s no tomorrow—or like it’s still yesterday.
By Jim Lane
Location, location, location. But the story doesn’t ring true.
A movie bad enough to put Joss Whedon on probation with his fans.
It’s a tough life when you’re trying to spare pop’s feelings but he couldn’t care less about yours.
He’s every fish’s nightmare and every sushi-lover’s idol.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Abandoned boy, surrogate mother, indignant determination, guileless self-deception, credible moral reckoning—and a bike.
It’s long on video-game action and short on constitutional law. You know: Fun.
What are you doing for 4/20? Find out where to celebrate in Sacramento.
By Ngaio Bealum
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