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Is there any real chance California ever will get a high-speed bullet train?
By Melinda Welsh
This article was published on 02.01.07
SN&R survives a fake anthrax attack.
By Chrisanne Beckner
Davis’ anaerobic digester will transform trash into energy.
By Sena Christian
Some numbers in honor of Black History Month.
We’ve spent 10 years and $30 million studying a bullet train. It’s time California builds it.
By Nancy Brands Ward
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
When the boundaries get blurred in a family, seek therapeutic help.
By Joey Garcia
Bill O’Reilly’s warmongering is no laughing matter.
By Cathy Young
Don’t leave your guitar any place you wouldn’t leave your kid or your dog.
By R.V. Scheide
Laugh out loud at “Get Your War On,” Digg.com is darn fun, and eat at Mandango’s on February 5 to help the Strange family.
SN&R: Approve the SAFCA plan and take a sane approach in the future to development in flood-prone areas.
While the Boy Scouts have a right to discriminate, they’re hurting boys they should be serving.
By Ted Cox
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, Kel Munger, and Patti Roberts
Palkee: Wedding Conveyances of North India opens at the Crocker Art Museum this weekend.
By Saunthy Singh
Norman Mailer’s new novel finds the devil in the details of Hitler’s youth.
By John Freeman
How did Reagan turn Republican from Democrat? It was no lightening strike.
Reviewed by Daniel Oppenheimer
It’s time again for America’s longest-running high-school theater festival, at CSUS.
By Jonathan Kiefer
A little jazz, a little contemporary strings.
By Edward Dunn
Just try to watch without saying “Aww …”
By Kel Munger
Our columnist goes where KHTK’s John Dickinson won’t.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Thomas Goff of Sacramento.
By Thomas Goff
A beloved indie bookstore expands into its new digs.
Noel Coward’s Private Lives will have you thinking twice before saying, “I do!”
By Patti Roberts
A Revolutionary new play by the Children’s Theatre of California.
By Jeff Hudson
Roxy offers a new take on staples of the Old West.
By Kate Washington
Chris Fisk suggests was to avoid falling into a fruit rut.
Even the logo has local connections at Sargent’s House of Coffee.
Hella has three new members, one new album and an international tour schedule. Too bad Sacramento’s not on it.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Eh, it’s only great.
By Keith Lowell Jensen
Tin Hat produces post-rock for classicists.
By Joel Hartse
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Erin Sierchio
No one can feel poopy when they hear the Finches. Not even Mr. Hankey.
By Jackson Griffith
Director Clint Eastwood crowns his career.
By Jim Lane
Is a movie good just because it’s not bad?
By Jeff Latta
Two Mike Mignola animated releases in one week? Stretch that allowance!
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