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Our writer spends the weekend on a shoot with Bob Moricz, the region’s premier underground filmmaker, and gets a tutorial in blood, guts—and art.
By Jennifer Greenman
This article was published on 03.23.06
Surprised by Air America’s success? Corporate America loves the lefty product.
By R.V. Scheide
City council will consider forcing landlords to fix up their problem properties.
By Cosmo Garvin
Somebody thought it would be funny to attack homeless men with paintball guns. Now Ronald Jerome is blind in one eye.
By Amy Yannello, and Cosmo Garvin
Pop culture is a relentless zombie, hunting us down, eating our brains.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
And now a word from our president.
By Jeff vonKaenel
An interview with Unitrans General Manager Geoff Straw.
By Amanda Dyer
Bites dishes on various law-enforcement types and Republicans.
It’s good news, bad news regarding the Bee.
Muslim rage is not about the cartoons.
By M.A. Azeez
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Paintings by Janice Nakashima at Axis Gallery.
By Saunthy Singh
Why Franz Ferdinand is the band, man.
By Nick Miller
Being the adventures of Christian Kiefer at South by Southwest.
By Christian Kiefer
SN&R’s photos from the Memorial Auditorium concert.
Local author Jay Feldman pens an all-American baseball story.
Reviewed by Kel Munger
One woman’s 48-page prescription for peace on Earth.
Get fitted for a bra and help aid the fight against breast cancer at the Fit for the Cure event—it’s the breast of both worlds.
By Erin Sierchio
What ails the politico-journo complex? Ailes.
Reviewed by Sheryl Beauvais
If it’s your first time at Pillow Fight Club, you have to fight.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Thomas Goff of Sacramento.
By Thomas Goff
Be proud of Sacramento’s extreme cagefighters. You wouldn’t want to piss them off.
By Keith Lowell Jensen
As it should, this Noises Off puts the fun in dysfunctional.
By Patti Roberts
Spend 75 minutes with William Butler Yeats in a French motel room and change your life forever.
By Jeff Hudson
Yummy Guide Cafe serves $2 snacks and stays open until 2 a.m., so why haven’t you been there before?
By Kate Washington
Make room for curry!
Good eats at the venue of the week.
My humps. My humps. My humps, my humps, my humps.
By Joel Hartse
By Kel Munger
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Sacramento’s own Bright Light Fever signs with Stolen Transmission.
By Jackson Griffith
By Jim Lane
V is for vapid.
Coulda been better. Coulda been worse.
By Matthew Craggs
He’s no Ali G wannabe.
By Jimmy Calanchini
Better to endure the subtitles than the warmed-over Billy Crystal.
By Jeff Latta
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