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It’s hard enough managing mental illness. But what if nobody speaks your language?
By Chrisanne Beckner
This article was published on 06.08.06
Want to solve the immigration “problem"? Follow the money.
By R.V. Scheide
SN&R catches up with physicist David Goodstein at UC Oil Forum.
By Ralph Brave
Latino activist does 17 days in jail for looking suspicious.
By Amanda Dyer
By Chrisanne Beckner, and Cosmo Garvin
By Cosmo Garvin
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Eugene Dey’s memoir shows the real results of “three strikes.”
By Eugene Alexander Dey
John Kockelman’s major stunts and extreme research include sending a 2-ton truck off the nation’s tallest bridge and figuring out how many G-forces a person can take before their eye hemorrhages.
Bites goes imagineering.
It’s time to address the dangers of using a cell phone while driving.
Drugs can’t replace discipline.
By Dylan Byrd
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
A quick look at notable exhibitions.
By Saunthy Singh
M.C. Escher—not just for dorm rooms anymore.
By Jonathan Kiefer
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
By Matthew Craggs
Reviewed by David Riedel
Oh, so that’s what Sacramento looks like.
By Becca Costello
Celebrities teach us how to name our kids.
By David Riedel
The B Street gets political with Sam Shepard’s anti-Dubya comedy.
By Patti Roberts
The skeletons come out of the closet and onto the stage in Grace After Incest.
By Jeff Hudson
Acclaimed chef Mai Pham tackles the counter-service lunch crowd with ease.
By Kate Washington
What’s the most popular flavor at Gunther’s Quality Ice Cream?
Jimboy’s Tacos impresses even the toughest food critics.
If you want a Kyoto Beat Orchestra CD, you’d better get your money out before they stop playing.
By Cary Rodda
But what is a hit single, really?
By Greg La Traille
New classic rock: an oxymoron but this time without the morons.
By Edward Dunn
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
By Erin Sierchio
Trust Your Ears pauses to remember Bill Rase’s garage-rock influence.
By Jackson Griffith
Cinema selection of the week.
A trifle, but a sweet and lovely one.
By Jim Lane
Mini-masterpiece from Japanese master finally released on DVD.
By Daniel Barnes
Party at the moon tower with the Criterion Edition of Dazed and Confused.
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