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Days of decision on the war in Iraq for our region’s four Congress members.
By Ralph Brave
This article was published on 03.22.07
Norman Ornstein on congressional corruption and representative government.
Politics and the mechanics of nonverbal communication.
By Emily Marquez
By Sena Christian
Local legislators tell insurance companies to treat health care and mental-health care equally.
By Amy Yannello
Examing the state’s unemployment numbers.
UC Davis law students lower the bar.
By Luke Gianni
Poem originally published in SN&R chosen as one of year’s best.
By Kel Munger
Will citizens or politicians end the war in Iraq?
By Melinda Welsh
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
People come and people go, but not on our timetable.
By Joey Garcia
A 14-year-old Sacramento girl walks across a stage, in front of 18,000 white-clad Indian worshipers, to meet “God.”
By Natasha vonKaenel
Thelma Matthews is the Sac State Police Department’s top gun.
Bites: Jesus is coming and man is he pissed!
Blaming Jack Bauer for our violent society is like blaming the thermometer for the heat.
Passing Assembly Bill 1614 offers a unique opportunity to honor Cesar Chavez.
By Eric Mills
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
Jonah Matranga drops the band names and renews a commitment to good, honest songwriting.
By Jackson Griffith
Ishmael Beah’s memoir of a child soldier is no polemic—it’s deceptively simple.
By John Dicker
Oh, and bi the way …
The gravity of the Buffyverse is strong.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Katie McCleary of Sacramento.
By Katie McCleary
Has Seth MacFarlane doomed his own Sunday-night TV monopoly?
By Jonathan Kiefer
The Sacramento Theatre Company knocks ’em dead, literally, with Othello.
By Patti Roberts
Celebration Arts honors playwright August Wilson with a sublime interpretation of his work.
Opulence and charm coexist with fantastic Thai food at Tuk Tuk.
By Kate Washington
Pick up some unforgettable cuts of meat for the grill at Corti Brothers.
A wealth of food options—if you’re willing to drive to Granite Bay.
P.O.S. has better things to rap about than your humps.
By Chris Parker
File under freak folk/choral/Christian/ world/medieval/ psalms/noise.
By Joel Hartse
Taking after his dad, and taking some chances.
By J. Poet
By Erin Sierchio
Trust Your Ears explains why age is a bonus in music criticism.
Cinema selection of the week.
Yep, a dud.
A new DVD set includes one of the best W.C. Fields movies ever.
By Daniel Barnes
About a boring man.
By Jim Lane
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