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Rancher runs afoul of modern society’s disdain for his beloved fowl.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 07.26.07
Book alleges Schwarzenegger broke his promise to terminate special interests.
By Cosmo Garvin
Broderick Boys case ruling impacts anti-gang efforts across state.
Only one of three local Congress members identify the bacon they’re bringing home.
By Estee Lee, Kel Munger, Lien Hoang, Ryan Soykin, and Sivan Kovnator
Big Tobacco gets a big bang for the bucks it lavished on local politicians.
Former Sacramento mayor to get star treatment in Ken Burns’ The War.
By Ralph Brave
Bill would make it easier for some state workers to soap up after biking to work.
By Geoff Johnson
Understanding storm drains.
By Emily Page
Recycle, reduce, reuse through the creative community solution, freecycle.
By Amy Radbill
By Jennifer Davidson
The open highway beckoned, and so did this week’s cover story.
By Matt Coker
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
The best way to get over a broken heart is very slowly. Yeah, you knew that. But did you?
By Joey Garcia
If the Russians pray for the gays, shouldn’t the gays screw for the Russians?
By Pat Lynch
Measuring up Guvs and Becks is harder than sitting through soccer.
By Cecelia Brady-O'Quinn
Mexico’s narcocultura is no joking matter.
By Gustavo Arellano
Bites goes after public defenders.
The 2007 farm bill should prioritize healthful foods and sustainable farms.
Hey suburbanites: We know you got $$$, so buy some art!
By Johnny Flores
The Sammies at 16: old enough to drive, at least.
Go cross-country with a writing dishwasher.
Two clergy (and one not) enter virgin territory.
By Keleigh Friedrich
A fight for our lives.
By Sheryl Beauvais
Fish heads, fish heads: Eat them up, yum.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Adele Kearney of Sacramento.
Willie Shakespeare says “No” to arranged marriage.
By Jeff Hudson
California Stage gets dirty with politics.
Panini-grilled sandwiches done right. Which is to say, grilled.
By Kate Washington
The finest wines in Sacramento.
She loves yogurt, so sue her.
Jars of Clay discovers that trying too hard makes baby Jesus cry.
By Joel Hartse
The new Southern gothic.
A self-produced album that actually doesn’t suck.
The top-5 tire-changing songs as interpreted by Chris Harvey from the Alkali Flats.
By Erin Sierchio
Who around here comes close to the Kinks?
By Jackson Griffith
Danny Boyle’s so-so sci-fi.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Home Run Derby is a solid single.
By Daniel Barnes
A classic humane noir from director Fritz Lang.
By Jim Lane
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