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What do local religious leaders tell their congregations about the war?
By Kel Munger
This article was published on 06.28.07
War will end when people look inward, not outward.
By Chrisanne Beckner
Separating public life from religious beliefs.
Rabbi Mendy Cohen preaches that individual good deeds assist the troops.
By R.V. Scheide
At CSUS’s Newman Catholic Community, the focus is on supporting the troops.
By Scott Thomas Anderson
‘We believe, obviously, a mistake was made there’
By Luke Gianni
Reluctant to speak on political issues, as deaths mount, a rabbi takes a stand.
Local religious leaders advise President George W. Bush on the next step in Iraq.
By Keleigh Friedrich, and Matt Coker
Local Filipino veterans of World War II fought for America but were denied recognition and benefits.
By Michelle Cabugao
Steve Yee wants the city and developer of the Sacramento rail yards to consider building a Chinese history museum.
An uber-developer’s daughters have been peddling political influence since senior prom.
By Cosmo Garvin
Yeah, but was Tony Soprano whacked?
Finger-lickin’ lack of confidence.
UC Davis neurobiologist answers our burning questions.
By Ralph Brave
Partner with your local printer to print green.
This local landfill is an ecologically sound resource.
By Jennifer Davidson
Five ways to increase the IQ of your trash.
A priest, a rabbi and an imam walk into a bar …
By Matt Coker
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Older guy can’t make plans. Teenager guy texts his gf too much. Hmm.
By Joey Garcia
Want to save America? Quit eating so freaking much.
By Jaime O'Neill
Looking for a healthy relationship? She tells you how.
By Sivan Kovnator
You’ll have to pry my violent movie from my cold, dead hand.
The UC Regents should just say “no” to further research funds from Big Tobacco.
Believers, show some respect for creation.
By Anna Barela
How does Sac really feel about its hip-hop scene?
By Josh Fernandez
Don’t miss Barbara Kingsolver’s new-look food-culture memoir.
Chabon the genre-bender strikes again.
Driving is a high-anxiety activity for me. Yes, even driving go-karts.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Robert M. Stanley of Sacramento.
By Robert M. Stanley
The fine line between Pride and—well, shame.
By SN&R Staff
Gender-bent and still wicked.
Going on 25, Garbeau’s gets a makeover. With jazz standards.
By Jeff Hudson
Hokey and flimsily scripted but funny, too, and well performed.
A family-run restaurant with a lot of heart.
By Kate Washington
Roxy’s Jeff Ivaska grills patriotic.
There’s always room for another farmers’ market.
The time is now for our indie, underground and all-ages redux.
By Nick Miller
Just when you think a measured consideration of economics can’t break your heart.
By Nate Cavalieri
As you can see, my musical taste is all over the map.”
By Erin Sierchio
On the way to see Ancient Sons, Jackson stumbles upon Ricky Berger.
By Jackson Griffith
Edith Piaf: a biopic protagonist for the ages, or at least for next year’s awards season.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Do you recognize yourself in Andrew Bujalski’s Funny Ha Ha? Does that just make it more infuriating?
A music doc with barely any music. Thanks Julien Temple!
By David Riedel
Worse than Emily’s Reasons Why Not.
By Daniel Barnes
By Jim Lane
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