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Joel Davis shares with SN&R readers his struggles with brain surgery and Parkinson’s. Again.The heart of the (gray) matter: Read about writer Joel Davis’ first time under the knife.
By Joel Davis
This article was published on 05.31.07
Armchair historian says California needs 10 times as many Assembly members.
By Cosmo Garvin
Budget cuts could leave the formerly homeless homeless again.
By Ralph Brave
The Birthing Project USA improves health care in Honduras.
By Seth Sandronsky
Two new bills would expose sensitive police records to the public.
By Luke Gianni
You couldn’t kennel a dog on what the state pays foster families to care for kids.
By Chrisanne Beckner
Sacramento launches its first Dyke March.
By Kel Munger
Learn how to package your food the green way.
California’s Conservation Banks lead the way in habitat preservation.
By Jennifer Davidson
Engage with nature.
You, too, can protect habitat well beyond your lifetime.
We must have holes in our heads to run this story again.
By Matt Coker
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Joey sez: Know when to fold ’em.
By Joey Garcia
William Burg, local historian, mourns the loss of city streetcars.
Of oil, blubber and the all-natural, simply delicious alternative to allowing beached whale carcasses to rot.
When Bonds rounds the bases for No. 756, we’ll be cheering him on.
Tell the governor: Now is not the time to cut funding for public transit.
By Emily Rusch
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
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Compiled By Kel Munger
The National Book Critics Circle president confesses his literary wanderlust.
By John Freeman
Twenty young writers explore the natural world.
It’s a watch, be-watched world.
By Sheryl Beauvais
The Aquarian Rosary and me.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Jim Wittenberg of Sacramento.
By Jim Wittenberg
Any day off work is a holiday …
By Matthew Craggs
Another local production of Urinetown emphasizes fun and frolic.
By Jeff Hudson
Ah, how quickly family conflict can assume Biblical proportions.
Somebody finally gave fusion cuisine a long enough rope.
By Kate Washington
The right kitchen gift, no matter what the budget.
Oto’s is back and better than ever.
Boss the Big Bit switches to adventure mode to release their debut album.
By Daniel Macht
A weekly mix of mini music reviews to whet your audio appetite.
By Nate Cavalieri
The world’s best desert-nomad blues-rock.
By Greg La Traille
So, um, you like Metallica, huh?
By Erin Sierchio
Trust Your Ears doesn’t trust the Jazz Jubilee, issues apologies.
By Jackson Griffith
Cinema selection of the week.
By Jonathan Kiefer
When you think about it, story-wise, this really isn’t much of a movie at all. But you don’t think about it; you feel it, because goddamn, those songs are good.
What’s the French word for “wank-job"?
By Daniel Barnes
Howard Hawks’ Scarface played the pervy ultra-violence, 1930s style.
By Jim Lane
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