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Twenty summer movies, ruthlessly assessed before we’ve even seen them.
By Jonathan Kiefer, and Matt Coker
This article was published on 05.10.07
A local to-do list for the blockbuster averse.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Assembly Bill 1655 would close the Department of Juvenile Justice and transfer youth corrections back to counties and regions.
By Amy Yannello
SN&R chats with Sotiris Kolokotronis.
By James Cameron
Who is right, the Pope or Darwin?
Governor brings up the rear on high-speed rail.
By Nick Miller
Bee ad has CSUS prez’s back.
By Seth Sandronsky
SN&R uncovers another 20K.
By Kel Munger
Area residents support legalizing undocumented immigrants.
By Scott Thomas Anderson
Go eco over diapers and aphids.
The state Assembly passes a few green bills.
By Melissa Daugherty
Why organic milk rocks.
Give what’s sustainable this Mother’s Day.
By Jennifer Davidson
How to be an environmentally responsible romantic.
SN&R goes to the summer movies.
By Matt Coker
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
If you’ve got to count something, count your blessings.
By Joey Garcia
Don’t blame youth for society’s ills; they’re building a better world than you did.
By Sergio Bendixen
Grow it, eat it, love it.
By Keleigh Friedrich
One Republican prez candidate worth rooting for. Kinda sorta.
Congressman John T. Doolittle must resign.
Fluorescent light bulbs won’t work for some readers.
By Thomas Goff
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Patti Roberts
Compiled By Kel Munger
Nine local dancers team up with the Limón Dance Company for Missa Brevis at the Mondavi Center.
Yummy Dummy’s secret ingredient is sweet, sweet mirth.
By Kate Washington
Journey across the country with Michael Yates, economist on a budget.
Portrait of the artist as a portrait of the artist.
Everything you wanted to know about “the poor man’s air force” but were afraid to ask.
By Sheryl Beauvais
You can’t go home again, but you can revisit Dirty Dancing.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Arionô-jôvan Labú of Sacramento.
By Ariono-jovan Labu
Less cluttered, at least, than Spider-Man 3.
By Matthew Craggs
Regina Louise’s one-woman show is performance as confessional exposé and rallying cry.
By Jeff Hudson
The B Street plays around with playwright Sarah Ruhl’s weird wit.
By Patti Roberts
Cameron Park joins the Sacramento restaurant boom.
Some tips on quick, inexpensive eats from the Errant Gourmet.
It’s official: good breakfasts and brunch at Toast in Quarry Pond.
Chico duo the Americas cook up a melting pot of intricate, interactive post rock.
By Nate Cavalieri
Working-class family dysfunction. Big laffs.
Get your heart broken all over again. But in a good way.
By J. Poet
By Erin Sierchio
Come see—and hear—what lurks between the beats of music history.
By Jackson Griffith
Not just a Danish Lifetime weepie after all.
By Jim Lane
The best in 2006 short film, according to the Academy.
By Jeff Latta
Not a romantic comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and Dermot Mulroney.
By Daniel Barnes
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