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Will California be the next state to legalize marijuana?
By David Downs
This article was published on 01.03.13
Zeroing in on the economic impact of marijuana legalization in California.
By Nick Miller
Forget 2014 or 2016: What's going to happen with cannabis next year in California?
By Ngaio Bealum
Sacramento cops are seeing more men as victims of domestic abuse. But is this an exception or the new normal?
By Raheem F. Hosseini
State inmates serving life terms are starting to file resentencing petitions with local judges following the passage of Proposition 36.
By Michael Montgomery
A behind-the-scenes look at branding the Affordable Care Act in California.
By Greg Lucas
Maybe 2013 really will be Sacramento's best year ever.
By Rachel Leibrock
Readers back up Marcos Breton's view on homelessness and suggest that gun control isn't the solution.
Joey advises a reader to clarify motivations, set goals and embrace manageable changes.
By Joey Garcia
Sacramento actress Gay Cooper pours her heart into her character onstage but dreams of working the cartoon mic.
By Maddi Silva
Do Mexicans cause the closures of hospitals?
By Gustavo Arellano
Sacramento cops follow-up on muggings in Midtown; suggestions for city council's post-arena 2013 future.
SN&R's got your backside covered with workout and nutrition tips to help bust through that lazy winter hibernation.
By Steph Rodriguez
Jerry Lee kicks out the stops in a one-man show about a drag queen trying to get a baby to stop crying.
By Kel Munger
Sacramento filmmaker Sarah Barbulesco heads to the stage to direct Remember Isobel at the Ooley Theatre.
SacAnime, happening this weekend at the Sacramento Convention Center and Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel, celebrates all things Japanese-pop related, including video games, comics and fashion.
By Jonathan Mendick
Forget New Year's resolutions—just try to make those changes, day by day.
By Julianna Boggs
HL Hot Pot serves up soup, fosters sampling, sharing and a friendly spirit.
By Becky Grunewald
Sacramento gets some Trappist Westvleteren 12—and tales of sorrow.
Koreana Plaza finishes its remodel and now calls itself KP International Market.
Mamba Sour Fruit Chews are a pleasant vegan sweet-tooth indulgence.
Sacramento band the Left Hand plays not-so-silly love songs with its touchy-feely horror punk.
Whose Line Is It Anyway? comedian visits Sacramento to do a podcast and tell jokes.
By Paul Piazza
A rapper from Stockton and local hip-hop heavyweights put on a showcase at Harlow’s Restaurant & Nightclub on Friday, January 4.
This Sacramento singer brings the slow-jam soul and spirituality of the ’70s to her show at Naked Lounge Downtown on Saturday, January 5.
By Aaron Carnes
Country and folk rocker visits the Center for the Arts in Grass Valley on Sunday, January 6.
By Chris Parker
These ladies will churn out feminist post-punk that’ll peel the makeup right off your face on Monday, January 7, at the Davis Bike Collective.
Popular ’90s ska band visits Ace of Spades on Monday, January 7.
American jazz and Cuban music blend at this band’s four-day stint at the Mondavi Center Wednesday, January 9, through Saturday, January 12.
By Mark Halverson
It’s like Dumpster diving at a craft fair with Dean Haakenson stalking you—but classier.
There's skill in the depiction of the tsunami, but not so much in the tone-deaf selection of wealthy vacationing Westerners for protagonists.
By Jonathan Kiefer
By Jim Lane
Ngaio on how to talk to your kids about marijuana.
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