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The hidden history of UC Davis sensory scientists’ collaboration with the tobacco industry.
By Ralph Brave
This article was published on 06.21.07
Select original documents from UC Davis tobacco research.
Alleged coup plotter’s shady past eludes mainstream media.
By Nick Schou
Guitarist Aron Scott dodged a bullet. Now he wants his gear back.
By Cosmo Garvin
In five years, will you be able to catch a movie in downtown Sacramento?
By Nick Miller
Sacramento chefs dish it out for Virginia Tech.
By Matt Coker
SN&R wins approval of sweet relocation deal.
Auditor needs editor.
Take your vegetarian values around the globe.
Free presentation: “Cohousing and Global Warming”
By Jennifer Davidson
How to dechiper animal-product labels and go humane.
By Amy Radbill
Confessing my love for Tom King and Michael O’Mahony.
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Obsessing over an old relationship isn’t attachment—it’s addiction.
By Joey Garcia
A spiritual trip to India taught the author a lot about Sacramento.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Emily Satern takes a new look at the world through a camera lens.
By Kel Munger
It’s California vs. the feds in the global-warming wars.
If half the country is opposed to the war, why aren’t they protesting?
By Paul Anderson
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Kel Munger
A neophyte skydiver takes the plunge into Acampo.
By Chris Schipper
What Alice Munro can tell you about why the bear came over the mountain.
By Juliet Waters
The story of a boy and his rabies.
By Matthew Craggs
Before Abu Ghraib, there was Stanford University.
A poem by Mark Halverson of Sacramento.
By Mark Halverson
The Police, reunited. OK, let’s make some arrests.
By David Riedel
A clever, madcap murder mystery.
By Patti Roberts
The 2005 Tony-winning musical comes to Sac.
By Jeff Hudson
Style, not innovation, is the hallmark at Crush 29.
By Kate Washington
This ain’t your mama’s iced tea.
Don’t drive all the way to Chico—stop halfway for lunch!
Hey, Tom Waits songs might work as vaudeville. Ya think?
By Joel Hartse
The full transcript of our interview with Inside a Broken Clock founders Ellen Stader and Rick McNulty.
Living long and prospering through horny, geeky, regressive rock.
By Justin Allen
Hyphy and then some.
By Josh Fernandez
Thomas Evans-Pratt’s Playlist.
By Erin Sierchio
Chelsea Wolfe: Agent 99 as rendered by Charles Burns? Discuss.
By Jackson Griffith
Adaptation of Mariane Pearl’s book about slain reporter Daniel Pearl.
By Jim Lane
Small-town malaise, interstellar visitation, and a big, pissed-off wife.
By Mark Holcomb
By Jonathan Kiefer
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