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The former vice president talks to SN&R about his new documentary and the threat posed by global warming. ‘We didn’t ask for it,’ he says, ‘but here it is.’
By Ralph Brave
This article was published on 06.01.06
Is the planned Divine Strake explosion a precursor to more nuclear-weapons testing?
By Dennis Myers
Davis and Woodland join the fight against genocide in Sudan.
By Nancy Brands Ward
By Cosmo Garvin, and R.V. Scheide
By Melinda Welsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
A mom worries when her kid falls in with the “right” crowd.
By Alison Rood
Meri Thresher couldn’t leave cheerleading behind after college, so she found a way to bring it into her adult life.
By Rachel Gregg
Bites journeys to the City of Brotherly Love and then can’t stop thinking about Ken Lay.
Our picks in key races in the June 6 election.
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
New work at Exploding Head Gallery.
By Saunthy Singh
Improv comedian Ryan Stiles works best without a plan.
By Keith Lowell Jensen
In his new book, Peter Singer takes a look at what we eat and doesn’t like what he sees.
Reviewed by Christina Waters
Have your consciousness raised. Then do something with it.
By Jonathan Kiefer
A flock of rubber ducks takes to the Sacramento River for a good cause.
By Erin Sierchio
Ladies’ hoop dreams.
Reviewed by Sheryl Beauvais
Freud was wrong.
By Matthew Craggs
A bit harder to master than lying in the sun.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Matthew Craggs of Sacramento.
Beck, and Mini-Beck, at Freeborn Hall.
By Veronica Bartell
It’s a radical move, setting Shakespeare in, um, Elizabethan times.
By Jeff Hudson
Dance, Jungian psychology and vegetables meet in Beyond the Proscenium Productions’ latest effort.
Balcony Bistro isn’t as fun if you can’t sit on the balcony.
By Kate Washington
A new trick for barbecue aficionados.
Fava beans are laborious to prepare but worth the effort.
The Eels just rock now, thank you.
By Nick Miller
The long wait is over for Tool fans—and many even love the new album.
By Tara B. Goddard
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Sacramento’s micropowered station for independent hip-hop, KNOZ 96.5 FM, will broadcast rock, gospel, reggae and experimental music starting June 5.
By Jackson Griffith
Can big Al’s eco-anxious PowerPoint make for a rocking concert film?
By Robert Berry
This French soft-core is a bore.
By Daniel Barnes
Brutal life, beautiful film.
By Jim Lane
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