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Superman imprisoned Zod in a Phantom Zone with only two dimensions. Does MySpace do the same thing to you?
By Mike Connor
This article was published on 03.01.07
Tips from the school of real-life social networking.
When it comes to the popular social-networking Web site, where’s the love?
By R.V. Scheide
Meet Roseville’s Damn, Girl and her blog babies.
Four locals tell their health-care stories to a floating head.
By Chrisanne Beckner
Moving the downtown train depot will be a historic feat.
By Bob Moffitt
Those delivering glass and plastic to recycling centers just got a 25-percent raise.
By Kelly Dunleavy
New housing for low-income, HIV/AIDS residents.
No more riverfront Beer Pong.
Sign up to design the Sacramento of the future.
No matter what tears you apart, there’ll be a future connection.
By Melinda Welsh
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
If you can’t talk about reality, how can you possibly change it?
By Joey Garcia
Former state senator and anti-war activist Tom Hayden outlines an Iraq war exit plan.
By Tom Hayden
Shaun Adrian Flatt and Gay & Gender Research of Davis are gathering data, one life at a time.
By Sarah Sol
Change the namesake of the Charles M. Goethe Middle School, but don’t forget the history of eugencs in California.
The easiest way to learn about other faiths is to visit their services.
By Rick Sheridan
Short reviews of current plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Bright Light Fever heads east in search of fame, fortune and Wu Tang style.
By Chris Parker
Nick Cave joins forces with the Sydney Dance Company in Underland.
Former Bee columnist Pete Dexter shares columns aplenty in this new collection.
Reviewed by John Freeman
Portraits of Ronald Reagan, booger-flavored candy and other mysteries of the Jelly Belly world.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Kari Oneto of Sacramento.
By Kari Oneto
Its time to start my own awards show to honor the films that really deserve it: not the Oscars, but the Jeffs.
By Jeff Latta
Just let the little nuns dance.
By Kel Munger
City Theatre takes on Brian Friel’s Translations.
By Patti Roberts
An amusingly tragic tale of four generations of Irish women.
By Jeff Hudson
Russian comfort food fights off the winter chill at Stolichniy Restaurant.
By Kate Washington
Look for fresh spring foods at the farmers’ markets as the days lengthen.
It’s not too late to get messy with one of the big boys from the Bay.
Gently rising with the Brightblack Morning Light.
By Joel Hartse
Get out your black eyeliner—AK3 has some unreleased tracks for us.
By Jimmy Calanchini
A Nigerian superstar uses a Nashville axe to work some magic.
By J. Poet
By Erin Sierchio
Trust Your Ears struggles to stay awake during a gorgeous set by Two Sheds.
By Jackson Griffith
Cinema selection of the week.
By Jim Lane
The Academy got it right when they gave an Oscar to The Lives of Others.
Run into the best of the angry young men.
By Daniel Barnes
It’s got the patter, but not the plot.
Whatta word! Yeah, that word.
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