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In one of the richest agricultural areas of the country, too many of Sacramento’s working poor don’t have enough to eat.
By Sasha Abramsky
This article was published on 02.15.07
Local coffee entrepreuneurs take on the Starbucks way of things.
By Nick Miller
After four years, a Davis man is about to get his day in court over being arrested for trespassing at the local co-op.
By Stephen James
In the time it takes to watch a film …
Three wheels will cause you to double-take.
Cup sleeves of intolerance.
By Kel Munger
The cost of education has professors fed up.
By Chrisanne Beckner
In this land of plenty, it’s shameful that so many struggle to put food on the table.
By Nancy Brands Ward
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
When it comes to kids and love, show, don’t tell.
By Joey Garcia
U.S. internment camps in Texas?
By Kari Lydersen
Legislative advocate Michael Ross.
Gnawing on everyone from President Bush to the New York Times and back about Iran.
Moving the California presidential primary would be bad for the country.
Reducing welfare benefits for parents will harm their teens—and the rest of us.
By Rhonda Erwin, and Seth Sandronsky
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
What is this thing called Amor? at La Raza Galeria Posada through March 3.
By Saunthy Singh
Sacramento professional cyclist Mike Sayers takes on the 650-mile Tour of California in what may be his last season.
By James Raia
The best places for locals to watch the 2007 Tour of California.
Sacramento native Anthony Swofford shows a gentle side in Exit A.
Reviewed by John Freeman
Taj Mahal and Los Lobos at the Mondavi Center, together.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Channel your Valentine’s Day frustrations into the Trash Film Orgy’s Valentine Massacre.
By Becca Costello
You can get 28 minutes of live Keane for the price of a song on iTunes, but it might not be worth the expense.
By Shane Kraus
Order is overrated.
Reviewed by Kel Munger
Life among the aspiring queens in Natomas.
A poem by Amy Whitcomb of Davis.
By Amy Whitcomb
Trust Sandra Bernhard. She’s got a plan.
By Erin Sierchio
Forget date night. Go see Les Liaisons Dangereuses on seduction night.
By Patti Roberts
The Thistle Dew springs back to life with Three Messiahs Walk into a Bar.
By Jeff Hudson
At the Garlic Grill Café, all the best is made from scratch.
By Kate Washington
Drew Moffat of Auburn’s Carpe Vino suggests some local Rhône varietals.
You don’t need Mel Gibson to go Mayan on your hot chocolate.
Songs you should never put on a mix tape.
By Jason Ferguson
Not a single beard among them. Hmm.
By Jimmy Calanchini
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Mike Strasser makes a wandering Second Saturday worthwhile.
By Jackson Griffith
Peter O’Toole’s still got it.
Salma Hayek bends over a few times.
By Daniel Barnes
Mazursky’s talents in full Blume.
By Jim Lane
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