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Can the investment behemoth pursue social goals, as well as mind the bottom line for its retirees?
By Ralph Brave
This article was published on 05.17.07
SN&R chats about emerging markets, global warming and health care with Russell Read, CalPERS’ chief investment officer.
An interview with CalPERS historian Christopher Castaneda.
SN&R chats about pension fund investing with former State Treasurer Phil Angelides.
Does CalPERS’ corporate governance program pay off or not?
Sacramento County criticized for undercutting its inclusionary-housing ordinance.
By Cosmo Garvin
UC Davis students play Capture the Flag to protest illegal immigration.
By Sena Christian
Rising gas prices aren’t prompting local drivers to sell their SUVs.
By Luke Gianni
SN&R plans a move to Del Paso Heights.
By Matt Coker
Local baristas make Sacramento proud in national competition.
By Nick Miller
Don’t wash your car at home but change your light bulbs to CFLs.
Send in your best treehugger or environmentally friendly photo.
Learn the basics of green investing.
By Jennifer Davidson
Take simple steps to green investing.
CalPERS rules the world; introducing SN&R’s incoming editor.
By Melinda Welsh
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
When confronted with powerlessness, there are ways to find peace.
By Joey Garcia
After reading college essays for 35 years, one can identify with Seung-Hui Cho’s teacher.
By Jaime O'Neill
Free the action figures!
By Russell Nichols
Take this job and shift it—overseas.
Governor, why not lead the charge on high-speed rail?
Jailed peace activist has an eye-opening experience.
By Cathy Webster
How his down-and-out Central Valley days gave the great writer his voice—and made him famous.
By Scott Thomas Anderson
Three books about writing from writers.
By John Freeman
Gotta get there, somehow.
By Sheryl Beauvais
Clearly, playing the ponies was not for me.
By Becca Costello
A poem by David Vaszko of Sacramento.
By David Vaszko
On tour of the R Street Corridor with the Sacramento Old City Association.
By Edward Dunn
Folsom’s Stage Nine Theatre does what it can with a sub-par Neil Simon script.
By Jeff Hudson
Just ‘cause it’s nostalgic doesn’t mean it ain’t great.
By Kel Munger
Eat all the pupasas you want—if you’ve got the metabolism of a high school kid.
By Kate Washington
Jim Mills of Produce Express lists the best of local seasonal produce.
Everyone knows hurrying is bad for digestion.
Colin Hay unloads his latest musical cargo.
Don’t expect to hear this free-ranging sound on the radio, but do expect to like it.
By Keith Lowell Jensen
Just because it occurred to her doesn’t mean she needs to share it.
By J. Poet
Local ladies of folk-rock enjoy listening to other local ladies of folk-rock.
By Erin Sierchio
The Blue Lamp brings enough rock to wipe away the pretty violins.
By Jackson Griffith
Some young filmmakers flaunt ambiguity as insurance against their own sloppy intentions. Sarah Polley puts it to use with wrenching precision.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Droopy conquers his adversaries by hounding them.
Lancaster. Cronyn. Cornball.
By Daniel Barnes
By Jim Lane
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