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Is anyone considering the possibility that environmental effects from global warming could make Sacramento unlivable?
By Ralph Brave
This article was published on 08.24.06
For Amelia Albano, watching the news is unbearable until her son comes home from Iraq.
By Stephen James
Is Westfield’s new plan to redevelop the Downtown Plaza going to be what the doctor ordered?
By Chrisanne Beckner
Organic foods nowadays are not what you imagine.
By Nancy Brands Ward
What’s with the nine-tenths pricing thing at gas stations?
Short and local, news and notes.
By Amy Yannello, Chrisanne Beckner, and Kel Munger
SN&R’s cover story on Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth required a sequel.
By Melinda Welsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Watch out in the wilds of summertime.
By Peter Byrne
An interview with life coach Maria Nemeth.
By Amanda Dyer
Government terror tactics make citizens believe they’re being protected while their rights are being stripped away.
Congress is shameless, and the failure of a bill that would have raised the national minimum wage is a case in point.
President Bush’s veto of stem-cell funding is based on ideas, not ideology.
By Jason McNeill
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, Matthew Craggs, and Patti Roberts
Rod Swenson’s cute pooches and Armando Hernandez’s ample ladies, among other works, at the 20th Street Art Gallery.
By Saunthy Singh
Can Grass Valley resident Denis Manning’s new motorcycle beat the 322-mph world record?
By R.V. Scheide
Peter Grandbois’ reputation is not aided by the comparison to Gabriel García Márquez.
Reviewed by Kel Munger
Follow the bouncing ball.
By Edward Dunn
By Kel Munger
Stalling my goodbye to Sacto’s morbidly hopeful movie maestrothrough morbid, less hopeful Hollywood schlock.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Tavarus Blackmon of Sacramento.
By Tavarus Blackmon
Thank you for your letters!
By Jonathan Kiefer
The Sacramento Bee’s theater coverage is under fire.
Where else can you get frog legs, ice cream and sushi under one roof?
By Kate Washington
Darrell Corti reveals his store’s newest imports.
$1.25 tacos from the area’s tiniest restaurant.
Frank Black’s new Nashville sounds.
By David Riedel
Country with cred.
Two orchestras take on Schoenberg’s arrangements of Brahms and Bach.
By Greg La Traille
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
The Abstract Entertainment promoter has booked almost every band on his Playlist.
The Fools Foundation in Midtown is the perfect venue for devilish entertainment.
By Jackson Griffith
Cinema selection of the week.
Your worst mile-high-club nightmare, baby.
By Jim Lane
A World War II-era batch of Chaucer-esque pilgrims on the road to Canterbury.
By Daniel Barnes
C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America explores what might have happened if the South had won the Civil War.
A student’s guide to Sacramento…
For Sac State students, mass transit is a free ticket to explore Sacramento.
There’s always something to do in Sacramento.
Sacramento’s climate and geography are too perfect to keep you cooped up for too long.
Get the dish on low-budget home decorating.
Each year, SN&R writers and readers pick their favorite Sacramento experiences and destinations.
Veteran students give you the skinny on life in Sacramento.
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