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Does the downfall of a local congressman mean something more than the latest corruption of a politician?
By Ralph Brave
This article was published on 05.03.07
Doolittle’s campaign committees paid his wife, Julie, the following.
By Kel Munger, and Ralph Brave
Doolittle’s trouble with the FPPC.
Compiled By Ralph Brave
A look at why the U.S. Third District Court of Appeals overturned West Sac’s so-called ‘gang injunction.’
By Cosmo Garvin
Sacramento gets its own wiki.
By Claire St. John
A Vietnamese spy with local ties tells his story to a UC Davis professor.
By Chrisanne Beckner
There goes Gonzalez.
By Seth Sandronsky
Here comes the Lama.
The McClatchy newspaper empire’s fortunes continue to head south.
By R.V. Scheide
How you can help injured wildlife and reduce your energy use.
Changing lives in developing countries with the sun.
By Jennifer Davidson
Help teach the world how to use the sun to cook.
Doolittle’s fall from political grace has been a long time coming.
By Melinda Welsh
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Yes, men and women can be friends—if they’re grown-ups.
By Joey Garcia
Here’s why Joel Davis hates “American Idol.”
By Joel Davis
You’ve probably never heard of this sport, but Sacramento has seven world champions.
By Scott Thomas Anderson
Blackwater to Bites: Kiss off!
Good riddance to West Sac’s gang injunction.
We should follow the British and stop using the phrase “war on terror.”
Democrats can’t oppose the war while they’re voting for funds to continue it.
By Laurie Loving
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Patti Roberts
The winners of the third annual SN&R Student Poetry Contest.
Just the facts about SN&R’s Student Poetry Contest judge Julia Connor.
By Kel Munger
Fourteen-letter word for “crossword-maker"?
By Nick Miller
May we all be hogs for it.
Electric Spirograph scribbles invade the air …
By Becca Costello
A poem by Chris Campbell of Woodland.
By Chris Campbell
Single malts, camo kilts, caber tossing and more at the Yolo County Fairgrounds.
By Matthew Craggs
Foothill Theatre Company’s The Story of Opal brings magic to the stage.
By Patti Roberts
City Theatre’s new production features angels with semi-automatics.
El Patrón Bar & Grill redoes Mexican food in a big way.
By Kate Washington
This time of year, everything’s better outside—even the food.
DIY means you can have the cappuccino your way.
Psst, your influences are showing.
By Don Button
Our most freeform Playlist to date.
By Erin Sierchio
Trust Your Ears walks Richard March’s Levee Road.
By Jackson Griffith
Let’s just say it’s my third-favorite Spider-Man movie.
By Jim Lane
New work from Semiconductor and the Books.
A true minor-league documentary.
By David Riedel
Better than the remake. What, you’re surprised?
By Daniel Barnes
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