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Local gamers and developers make their mark in esports world.
By Patrick Hyun Wilson
This article was published on 12.05.19
Key players in Sac video game scene.
The California International Marathon returns this weekend—and so does the big race’s biggest problem.
By James Raia
Not a chance.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
Local scientist recalls harrowing moment in voyage to chart how plastics destroy the oceans.
By Scott Thomas Anderson
New study urges California to make major adjustments on water strategy in the face of climate change.
Orangevale man allegedly used Canadian instant messaging app to trade child pornography.
New Sacramento panel will try to take politics out of election districts.
By Foon Rhee
Public transit, child abuse, homeless.
A girlfriend flirts, a lot.
By Joey Garcia
California doctors need to know more about childhood trauma.
By Bob Erlenbusch, and Drew Factor
She will be missed.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Cara Westin joined MakerHQ three years ago, and has since worked on numerous eye-catching projects.
By Maxfield Morris
NaNoWriMo pushes writers to pen a novel in 30 days or less.
First Safetyville, next the world.
By Rachel Mayfield
Two parents debate on when to tell their son the truth about Santa Claus.
By Jim Carnes
The Celebration Arts team puts on Langston Hughes’ play.
By Patti Roberts
Grab breakfast with the most famous elf of them all: the Santa Claus elf.
Catch the Holiday Jam featuring the best V101 has to offer.
Catch a musical performance and help support Sac Safe Space.
Get your gamer fandom on this weekend with some of the best faces of games you’ve never seen before.
Graffiti artist Jean-Michel Basquiat hits the streets of NYC in this movie.
SN&R Reviews a new play at Big Idea Theatre.
SN&R Reviews a new play at Sacramento Theatre Company.
New American style pizzas that’s big on flavor and even bigger on crust.
By Amy Bee
A good reason to plan a day trip to Winters.
By Ben Irwin
A piping hot cup of Old Soul’s organic green tea is perfect for the changing season.
By Tessa Marguerite Outland
There’s nothing like a made-from-scratch, frosting-drenched cinnamon roll with bubbling moats of sugar and spices.
The Plant Foundry is hosting its Holiday Open House with.
By Caroline Soto
Turn fallen leaves into free mulch.
By Debbie Arrington
Punk’s groundbreaking women.
By Lindsay Oxford
CBD distributors receive warning letters from the Food and Drug Administration.
By Ngaio Bealum
SN&R’s writer reviews three cannabis-infused treats to nibble on during the holiday season.
By Jeremy Winslow
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