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SALAM center imam Mohamed Abdul-Azeez ain’t your father’s “Death to America"-spewing jihadist.
By Bob Schmidt
This article was published on 06.14.07
Hydroelectric-plant decommissioning leaves locals out of the loop.
By R.V. Scheide
Schwarzegger tries to tout his agenda, but audience wants to talk health care.
By Toni Scott
Who’s on our side in the fight against government snooping?
By Cosmo Garvin
One more time: Size doesn’t matter. Really.
It’s the Oscar of, well, you’ll see …
By Kel Munger
Sacramento to food-cart vendors: Eat me!
At-risk youth group is really starting something.
By Seth Sandronsky
SN&R launches environmental book club.
By Jennifer Davidson
Become a founding member of SN&R’s environmental book club.
I’m surprised we even had a newspaper this week.
By Matt Coker
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Lack of trust will tear down a relationship in a hurry.
By Joey Garcia
What’s a little depleted uranium if it helps win the War on Terror?
By Mark Drolette
Agnes Lupe takes the angst out of the first dance.
By Russell Nichols
Migden would save more lives by requesting the DMV to stop overextending her driving privileges.
Why the state chamber’s list of “job killer” bills is irrelevant.
Support Senate Bill 207 and help get kids outside.
By Amit Rana
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Patti Roberts
This Father’s Day, remember the best of dad’s musical generation.
The new Gore book eviscerates Bush and explores the strangeness of the new American dialogue.
By Melinda Welsh
Sturdy translations that stand the test of time.
A poem by Floyd Harden of Sacramento.
By Floyd Harden
Mr. Lobo lurks at Willemina’s.
By Jeff Latta
Outdoor shows and more Shakespeare than you can shake a stick at.
By Jeff Hudson
Love conquers all, right in front of the corpse.
Pho Xe Lua has good pho, but the catfish clay pot is for the refined palate.
By Kate Washington
What won’t we eat? Offal.
When it comes to pizza, what’s extreme?
Rock royalty heiress Amy Cooper comes into her own.
By Jackson Griffith
Classic rock covers that won’t make you cringe.
Laughing with, not at, Middle America. With chops to spare.
By J. Poet
Are you ready for the local-music apocalypse?
By Erin Sierchio
A little grave-robbing cartoon-metal genius, a little arse-kicking.
But for strong work from Linney and Byrne, it could become just another of those archly grave, politically tinted pictures preferred by today’s art-housers of conscience.
By Jonathan Kiefer
HBO Films’ Longford introduces American audiences to the laywer for Britain’s most despised serial killer.
By Edward Dunn
Arresting short, dull extras.
By Daniel Barnes
By Jim Lane
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