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As the third anniversary of the war in Iraq draws near, SN&R turns its pages over to artists and offers these six posters for your consideration.
By Don Button
This article was published on 03.16.06
The rationale shifts, the body count is constant.
By Cosmo Garvin, and Rachel Gregg
SN&R marks the third anniversary of a shameful war.
By Melinda Welsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Beyond all others, those who survived deserve the best care our country can give.
By Pete McCloskey
War is fun—at least, the kind with dice and miniature soldiers can be.
By Sarah Sol
Bites takes a bite out of a watermelon.
Don’t look now! Here comes another war.
It’s time to change course in Iraq.
By Charles D. Brown
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
It has always been easier to destroy than to create.
By Saunthy Singh
Some of Sacramento’s best poets offer their wartime verse.
By Kel Munger
Iraq war veteran and poet Brian Turner is the real deal.
Reviewed by Kel Munger
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
War-related weekend activities.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Be an army of one. On the couch.
By Matthew Craggs
Dispatch from a one-man NGO.
Reviewed by Nick Miller
Peace posters! Get your peace posters!
News, not predigested.
How I learned to stop worrying and shoot a gun.
By Becca Costello
A poem by David Vaszko of Sacramento.
By David Vaszko
Daniel Boyd Beaty didn’t bring his one-man show all the way from New York so you could stay home watching South Park.
By Jeff Hudson
Choreographed dance routines make murder more fun!
By Patti Roberts
We’ve been trying to get up the hill to review Foothill Theatre’s new play, but the weather won’t let us.
Though it’s hardly a topic for dinner conversation, war has enhanced Sacramento’s diverse culinary offerings.
By Kate Washington
What’s on the menu for soldiers in Iraq?
Good eats at the venue of the week.
If you download music illegally, the terrorists win.
By Nick Miller
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
By Erin Sierchio
If a protest song is written, and no one’s willing to broadcast it, does it make a sound?
By Jackson Griffith
By Jim Lane
Despite their differences of style, Eugene Jarecki and Michael Moore are two of a kind: debaters, not journalists.
Don’t go hoarse shouting protests into deaf ears or preaching to the choir. Do it laughing.
Cheers for the weary.
By Alexis Raymond
Local scenesters tell SN&R their favorite places to dance, catch live music and sing karaoke.
Bar-hop through time Take a historic pub tour through some of Sacramento’s most venerable watering holes.
You’ll need more than a week to take in all the weeknight entertainment Sacramento has to offer.
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