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In August, a Placer County teenager will begin a tour in the Army that may place him in war-torn Iraq. Can a Vietnam veteran talk him out of it?
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 01.11.07
Can Schwarzenegger muscle-up some green cred?
By Nick Miller
Former county supervisor Illa Collin does her exit interview with SN&R.
By Amy Yannello
The battle for human rights begins close to home.
By Nancy Brands Ward
By Donna Lee
Will more soldiers or our country lose its soul in the war in Iraq?
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Joey’s bringin’ sexy back.
By Joey Garcia
Survivors need to know that they’ll be forever changed by the disease.
By Kelli Guerriero
Xico Gonzalez takes the RCAF into the next generation.
By Justin Allen
Blasting the Bee, once again.
The federal government is arguing in court that it should be able to read your e-mails.
Entertainment workers—including adult-entertainment workers—deserve to be treated like other laborers.
By Michael Troy Moore
The Asylum Gallery opens a month-long exhibition from the Alliance of Women Artists.
By Saunthy Singh
How to snow your friends on the slopes.
By Ashley Rigazio
Black Lips, Blue Lamp.
By Edward Dunn
Who needs to go outside when you can watch 110 nature films at the Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival?
By Becca Costello
Working on a (happy) building.
Reviewed by Edward Dunn
When life gives you Volkswagen ads, you make digital photos.
The charmingly informal Java Lounge becomes the new home of the weekly Prescott Showcase.
By David Riedel
Polly want an avant-garde theater concept?
By Jeff Hudson
Find new plays and free cake at the Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre’s Playwrights Festival.
There’s plenty on the boards in the New Year.
Gimme noodles. Lotsa noodles.
By Kate Washington
Looking for a laid-back meal? Zac England suggests a few spots.
Try merguez over couscous for a taste of North Africa.
Catching up with the indie-rock family man on the long and winding pavement.
By Nate Cavalieri
It’s got wheezing violin drone and we like it!
By Ned Hammad
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
By Erin Sierchio
In looking for Tenacious D, we find Genre Peak.
By Jackson Griffith
Zhang Yimou’s latest is less Shakespeare than Cecil B. DeMille.
By Jim Lane
Boring enough to be hard to sit through, but not egregious enough to walk away from.
If you can say it, you might as well watch it.
By Daniel Barnes
The Forbidden Hollywood Collection is actually quite accessible.
By Jonathan Kiefer
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