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Central Valley was not the center of the Summer of Love, but it was close.
By Sasha Abramsky
This article was published on 06.07.07
For a skinny guy, he sure swings a big hammer.
By Ken Widmann
Law-enforcement critic attracts crime reports with his mock police-department Web site.
By Kel Munger
Local car-share programs have so far failed to net a share of transit dollars.
By Sena Christian
Look for SN&R’s updated timeline at the beginning of each month.
Local animator sparks Mark Twain sensation on YouTube.
By Scott Thomas Anderson
Parents battle with a local school district continues.
By James Cameron
Get informed and shop cruelty-free.
Catch HGTV’s premiere green-home special; Green homes go prime time.
California’s government goes green.
By Jennifer Davidson
Local company helps Sacramento build green.
Hitching a ride and hopping a train back to the Summer of Love.
By Matt Coker
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
There’s no reason to audition for a spot on Jerry Springer.
By Joey Garcia
Trainhopping is stupid, illegal, dangerous and as addictive as crack.
By David Puketza
Hot off the Asbestos Press.
By Edward Dunn
End global warming, stop the war and other impossible missions.
Top-10 things you can do to spare the air in the Sacramento region this summer.
Get it right, governor: Reproductive health is public health.
By Barbara Rose
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Kel Munger
The Sac Allstars Street Team couldn’t stand still if it tried—and that’s a good thing.
By Russell Nichols
Khaled Hosseini’s first novel since The Kite Runner is well worth a look.
By John Freeman
It’s summer vacation time—where do you want your art to take you?
By Jonathan Kiefer
Finally, technology catches up with the bean bag.
By Keith Lowell Jensen
You don’t have to still be 12 to find cheap happiness.
By Becca Costello
A poem by John Stone of Sacramento.
By John Stone
At Auburn’s Motorcycle Expo: Don’t let the leather scare you.
By Matthew Craggs
Center Stage Productions’ take on The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
Maybe playwrights can save the world. But not without revisions.
By Patti Roberts
The Buckhorn Grill is a carnivore’s paradise—and the onion rings rock.
By Kate Washington
The cookbooks you’ve just gotta have.
Yogurt worth eating and a yogurt container worth keeping.
Menomena takes the Mr. Potato Head approach to songcraft.
By Chris Parker
If only it came with a documentary about its own creation.
By J. Poet
Sowing the seeds of Swedicana.
By Joel Hartse
From one of our own.
By Erin Sierchio
Lucking in to a lovely evening at the “Lootenanny.”
By Jackson Griffith
The premise makes an amusing trailer, but even six minutes would be stretching it too far.
By Jim Lane
The wet-your-pants funny Charley’s Aunt, finally on DVD.
Fool me twice, shame on you.
By Daniel Barnes
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