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How local communities decided to overthrow PG&E, and how PG&E went nuclear.
By Cosmo Garvin
This article was published on 10.26.06
Just how polluted is the rail yard’s redevelopment goldmine?
By R.V. Scheide
Critics say the future under Proposition 90 would be like a bad movie.
By Luke Gianni
By Donna Lee
Fall is a bittersweet time of transformation—the time now to change some of those things that scare us.
By Nancy Brands Ward
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Joan Didion’s collected works reveal a state “in which a boom mentality and a sense of Chekhovian loss meet in uneasy suspension”
By John Freeman
Political bottom feeders.
SN&R endorses the plan to have SMUD provide electric power in Yolo County.
Phil Angelides is the best choice for California’s independent voters.
By Jim Mangia
Respect the Earth and it will return the favor.
By Ethan Wieser
KSSU, Sac State’s scrappy student run station, celebrates 25 years of giving the campus a voice.
By Kris Hooks
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
400 Women, at Axis Gallery.
By Saunthy Singh
Why not be Sacramento for Halloween?
By Becca Costello, Daniel Barnes, Keith Lowell Jensen, and Robert Berry
Posters of old promise a whole new (vicarious) life.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Don’t call it boogaloo.
By Edward Dunn
My dinner with gubernatorial hopefuls.
By Becca Costello
The Great Washed-up Way?
Recollections from the performers in University Theatre’s first production.
By Jeff Hudson
Kate Washington stalks the elusive pupusa.
By Kate Washington
What candies would you steal from child’s Halloween haul?
Skip the fast-food Italian sandwich fad and make your own with Corti Brothers’ imported bresaola.
Ron Artest disses Matt Lauer, collaborates with Diddy, and compares himself to Jesus.
By Nick Miller
Well, yeah, it is gay church folk music. For starters.
By J. Poet
A come-and-gone comeback.
By Kel Munger
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Steve Amaral’s new band is influenced by these old favorites.
By Erin Sierchio
Guest columnist Dzhakcoh catches the Elliott Smith tribute show.
By Jackson Griffith
Amy Berg’s new documentary examines pedophilia in the Catholic Church and the crimes of former Central Valley priest Oliver O’Grady.
It’s all about the Butters. Poor little bastard.
By Jeff Latta
Macy and Mamet, together again. Meh.
By Daniel Barnes
Frothy rom-com with remarkably sordid back story.
By Jim Lane
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