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Alkali Flat resident David Ellis moves on.
By Kel Munger
This article was published on 05.24.07
SN&R test drives electric cars so you don’t have to.
By Ellen Cochrane
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger takes a swipe at rural landowners, inviting sprawl into open spaces.
By Nick Miller
The United States spends more on health care but ranks lower in quality than other nations.
Muslim activist showered with honors after being snubbed by Senator Barbara Boxer.
By Chrisanne Beckner
An Iraqi vet walks one lap around the Capitol for each soldier dead.
The 2007 Walk for Mental Health needs sponsors.
By Amy Yannello
Solar backpacks give teens power; local author educates conscientious shoppers.
Enter SN&R’s Green Days Green Contest.
Twenty-five green habits to bring home.
By Jennifer Davidson
New editor learns everything he wanted to know about Sexramento but was afraid to ask.
By Matt Coker
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Does your life sound like a script for The OC? Then it’s time for a re-write.
By Joey Garcia
Jerry Falwell may be dead, but his legacy of discrimination lives on.
Her patients are small, but the emotions are big.
By Keleigh Friedrich
Bites has a whale of a tale this week.
Why aren’t obviously needed prison reforms on the docket?
A month has passed since the U.S. Supreme Court relaunched the abortion wars. What comes next?
Just because we’re not in Iraq doesn’t mean the war isn’t affecting us.
By Shauna L. Smith, MSW, MFT
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Kel Munger
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
Delillo’s new novel comes closer than any yet to recreating the atmosphere during and immediately after the attacks of 9/11.
By John Freeman
A rumpus at Raging Waters.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Jan Haag of Sacramento.
By Jan Haag
A promising debut from Kolt Run Creations.
Woodland Opera House delivers a Willy Loman worth saving.
By Jeff Hudson
The fabric of other people’s lives.
By Patti Roberts
At Pizza Antica, the pizza’s good and the vegetable mélange isn’t an afterthought.
By Kate Washington
Vickie Allen picks the right wines for Sacto’s long, hot summer.
Quelites taste like spinach, but different.
Not even Tommy Ramone can play fast, loud and hard forever.
By Jackson Griffith
The Chicago post-rockers’ back-to-basics full length sounds like a nice and lazy summer.
By Anthony King
A weekly mix of mini music reviews to whet your audio appetite.
By Joel Hartse
By Erin Sierchio
Band-practice tomfoolery at the Distillery.
It’s wry and fun, but has about as much to do with flyover America as Gilligan’s Island has to do with Polynesia.
By Jim Lane
Or perhaps crocodile tears …
By Daniel Barnes
A small marvel about friendship.
By Pat Sims
Resistance(s) offers, well, experimental films from the Middle East and North Africa.
By Mark Holcomb
By Jonathan Kiefer
Summer Guide 2007.
Here’s where to exercise your right to adventure.
Getting potted has never been so easy.
There’s no reason to be bored this summer.
Having kids means never having to say you’re sorry.
Got a taste for adventure? A real thirst for it? Then here you go.
Get out of town. Or not.
As if the summer wasn’t hot enough already …
It wasn’t easy, but we’ve distilled summer down to 10 events that we think you’ll find most adventuresome.
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