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Surprise! California’s new attorney general is pro-developer and tough on crime.
By Bill Bradley
This article was published on 03.08.07
A UC Davis grad student bears the responsibility that comes from wishing he could do more to help people from his impoverished homeland.
By Cory Golden
Why does the U.S. government give millions in anti-terrorism and military funds to the Phillipines when human-rights abuses there abound?
By Chrisanne Beckner
Should all cats and dogs in California be spayed or neutered?
By Nick Miller
Take a hike … or a walk, instead of a ride.
Police and sheriff’s give it the cheddar for mental health.
By Amy Yannello
Should California allow companies to trade their pollution without fiscal penalty?
Don’t hate, Obama ‘08?
By Kel Munger
We hereby introduce d’ART, our Second Saturday guidebook.
By Becca Costello
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Passive-aggressive behavior springs from fear of being honest about anger.
By Joey Garcia
A local woman grapples with what global warming means for her daughter’s future.
By Jennifer Davidson
From dog toys to sex toys, this is one friendly place.
By Rebecca Adler
Black Dog, Kashmir and other classic Jimmy Page riffs.
The governor should drop his proposal and back Sen. Sheila Kuehl’s single-payer health-care plan.
Don’t let Bush supporters off the hook. They should have known.
By Mark Drolette
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, Kel Munger, and Patti Roberts
Lodi author Richard Dokey fishes for meaning in literary waters and the Mokelumne.
By Aaron Gilbreath
Joyce Carol Oates Black Girl/White Girl is a sublte masterpiece.
Reviewed by Jessica M. Love
Why collecting art is like falling in love.
Don’t get lost in the details—Daniel Tammet is fascinating.
Reviewed by Jimmy Calanchini
A novel about werewolves—with pictures!
Reviewed by Kel Munger
The year was 1846 and the land was Mexico’s Alta California.
A poem by Robert Roden of Roseville.
By Robert Roden
The French Kicks even sound good in the bathroom.
By Veronica Bartell
The UC Davis Theatre Department stages Man of La Mancha with life-sized puppets—and we like it.
By Jeff Hudson
Excellent performances underscore a weak script in Vanities.
A string of hits by songwriting team Leiber and Stoller makes for a nostalgic evening.
By Patti Roberts
At Café la Boca, some things are worth lingering over.
By Kate Washington
Some expert ways to get creative with preserves.
Get happy with real pie at the Real Pie Company.
Giant Squid wraps its tentacles around a shiny future.
By David Riedel
Paul Lewis knows how to shift a mood.
By Greg La Traille
More funereal than Funeral
By Daniel Barnes
By Erin Sierchio
To tie together falafels and women performers, not that anyone would want to do that …
By Jackson Griffith
Jude Law’s charm can’t save this contrived melodrama.
By Jim Lane
A nightmare on Pennsylvania Avenue.
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