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In dark times, look for the light.
By Foon Rhee
This article was published on 11.28.19
Seeing people in need is a continuous reminder of blessings.
By Blake Young
Be thankful for the opportunity to learn and share with others.
By Khaim Morton
Being thankful helps you and your community.
By Alan H. Jones
Focusing on gratitude gets you through life’s challenges.
By Angelique Ashby
Finding hope and inspiration to end homelessness.
By Lisa Bates
Putting children on the path to success.
By Kimberly Key
Delayed payments and organizational problems dog pop-up concert promoter running for Sac City Unified school board.
By Mozes Zarate, and Scott Thomas Anderson
Sacramento’s animal cruelty investigators deal with a high volume of complex cases.
By Kate Gonzales
Poor families lose fridges full of food during blackouts.
By Jackie Botts
Three employees of El Dorado Hills school face manslaughter charges over death of 13-year-old autistic student.
By Scott Thomas Anderson
ACLU slams Sacramento elementary school for trashing students’ Black Lives Matter artwork.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
City Council beats deadline to put cash for kids measure on March ballot.
Kevin Johnson, abortion, records, North Sac.
A girlfriend with a rough childhood won’t apologize.
By Joey Garcia
Sacramento’s goal to become America’s most livable city is a pipe dream.
By Jeff Doll
McClatchy teeters on the edge of bankruptcy; SN&R asks for your support.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Kurt Geiger and his son Carter take their Fossils on Wheels biz to Paradise.
By Josh Cozine
Broadway Sac’s ill-fated naming rights deal shows power of LGBTQ activists.
Appreciate the rugged charm of small towns captured by artists Kelly Howell and Kerri Warner.
By Rachel Mayfield
A struggling playwright finds himself in the midst of a murder mystery.
By Patti Roberts
A woman longs to be a comedian, but must become a housemaid instead.
By Jim Carnes
Celebrate Turkey Day by running with the turkeys.
Stand up for the environment at this Black Friday strike.
Get the deets you need to know about textiles in California.
Props and everyday objects become percussive instruments when in the company of STOMP.
A new documentary explores how better tech can aid disaster relief efforts.
A blues singer and soul crooner perform well outside of the 916.
By Steph Rodriguez
Cajun and Creole menu hits certain strides, but still has a ways to go to achieve heavenly status.
By Illyanna Maisonet
Hook & Ladder contest will send a portion of proceeds toward those still in need after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Warm flavors that rekindle memories of grandma’s house.
By Amy Bee
The perfect Benedict is found at Evan’s Kitchen and Catering in East Sacramento.
By Tessa Marguerite Outland
Taco Bell shines with its plant-based menu approved by the American Vegetarian Society.
By Lindsay Oxford
Gardeners have many ways to grow holiday cheer.
By Debbie Arrington
Canadian bluegrass band the Deep South kicks off tour in California.
By Maxfield Morris
Will the federal government decriminalize cannabis anytime soon?
By Ngaio Bealum
Have you ever consumed cannabis and lost yourself in a task for hours? That’s what’s known as the ‘flow state’
By Danielle Simone Brand
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