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An SN&R reporter visits Sacramento strip clubs where, to his surprise, he finds that “intimacy” just might be worth paying for.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 11.16.06
Fighting for disabled access—50 lawsuits at a time.
By Chrisanne Beckner
Earning and learning at stake in CSU labor fight.
By Seth Sandronsky
By Graham Womack
By Cosmo Garvin
Money can’t buy love.
By Nancy Brands Ward
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Joey suggests a clean break.
By Joey Garcia
Celebrating phony justice in Iraq.
By Carl Boggs
Death happens. He tells us how.
By Luke Gianni
Heard any good depleted uranium jokes lately?
Why is a beloved kids show off the air?
Where have all the fish gone?
You think dying is scary? Try selling pre-paid funerals.
By Brian Keith South
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
The art of Squeak Carnwath at the B. Sakata Garo gallery.
By Saunthy Singh
“Fat lady” sings; overweight writer listens.
By Edward Dunn
One writer’s personal take on the new book about Gary Webb.
Reviewed by Kel Munger
The 3rd annual Western Regional conference of the Folk Alliance.
Imagine a ménage à trois featuring Sandra Bernhard, Laurie Anderson and Che Guevera.
Riding through darkened Sacramento streets with a caravan of pink angels, harem girls, cowboys, bike rats and one bright fish.
By Becca Costello
A poem by David E. Howerton of Auburn.
By David E. Howerton
Talking shop with the director of Platoon, JFK and World Trade Center.
What happens when two white parents give birth to a baby with dark skin? Ask Velina Hasu Houston’s new play.
By Patti Roberts
Buck Busfield’s new holiday entree needs a bit more time in the oven.
By Jeff Hudson
Cafe Bernardo is likely to hang around 15th and R streets for a while.
By Kate Washington
Cooking a Thanksgiving turkey doesn’t have to be a holiday trasher.
Coffee Works has upped the ante with new food selections.
Playful sex meets Protestant reserve in the music of Asobi Seksu.
By Joel Hartse
Supergroups have feelings, too.
By Jimmy Calanchini
A bit of remembrance.
By Matthew Craggs
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
By Erin Sierchio
Trust Your Ears stalks Wayman Tisdale at the Sacramento International Auto Show.
By Jackson Griffith
Continuity of plot is clearly not a high priority in the James Bond universe.
By Jim Lane
Fun with Dick and Bush. Oh man, that never gets old.
We are the Campion? Breakfast of Campion’s? Now you try.
By Daniel Barnes
Forty-nine and counting for Michael Apted’s documentary series.
By Jonathan Kiefer
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