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Our foodie takes the eating-local challenge and finds the bounty plentiful.
By Kate Washington
This article was published on 08.16.07
10 ways to eat local.
The Real McCoy ferry will soon be retired, but a replacement is coming.
By Dana Magliari
One visit from fire prevention and the Golden Bear loses a third of its business.
By Josh Fernandez
After cornering the local nail-salon market, Vietnamese Americans won’t let go.
By Lien Hoang
Did SN&R help cost DJ Supe his gig at the Bomb?
FBI has sordid ties to probe of Sheriff Blanas’ concealed weapon permits.
By Cosmo Garvin
Law aimed at keeping drug and ho buyers in their own neighborhoods.
Will global warming harm Napa Valley wineries?
House passes Green Collar Jobs Act of 2007.
By Sena Christian
PG&E to buy Mojave Desert sun power.
Going “green” makes money sense, says California’s former state treasurer.
By Phil Angelides
Meet the latest SN&R staff additions.
By Matt Coker
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Just don’t let your alienated, inferior-feeling kid read The Secret.
By Joey Garcia
It takes muscle—including the kind in meat—to build a civilization.
By Crawdad Nelson
Going Commando to inflict Collateral Damage on pesky gamers.
By Cecelia Brady-O'Quinn
Who’s lovin’ it?
By Gustavo Arellano
“Hold Your Wee for a Wii” radio hosts are back—and they want blood!
Secretary of state was correct to decertify electronic voting machines.
Aerial pesticide spraying puts citizens in the middle of a bad science experiment.
By Paul Schramski
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
Compiled By Kel Munger
Soon, we’re all gonna get pwned.
Sugarcane Academy documents the building of a remarkable school for children displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
By Kandace Power Graves
A Christian and a Scientologist discuss love on the rocks.
By Emily Page
Shall we save ourselves or save the world?
By Kel Munger
Sometimes nothing can beat the feel of a book in your hand. Read our mini reviews of books to enjoy or avoid.
By Sheryl Beauvais
And in a corner, under a tree, the mechanical bull beckoned.
By Becca Costello
A poem by Marci Selva of Sacramento.
By Marci Selva
Richard Cheese gives us an idea.
By Joel Hartse
STC announces a decade-long commitment to August Wilson’s Pittsburgh Cycle.
By Jeff Hudson
An old-school fish joint, but Fins Market & Grill still has a bit of work to do.
Food writing at its worst.
Fro-yo goes Euro.
Do Midtown’s bands—and its streets—look increasingly similar?
By Chris Parker
Matt Sharp returns with another chance to prove that quitting Weezer was a good idea.
Mason DeMusey’s playlist.
By Erin Sierchio
What do Elliott Smith and the Kinks have in common? Jackson Griffith.
By Jackson Griffith
Too bad it feels morally criminal to find it sometimes hilarious.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Wolf Man has nards!
By Daniel Barnes
There’s more to Humboldt County than chronic buds.
By Nick Miller
By Jim Lane
Here Come the Brides.
Ethnic weddings bring some Americans closer to their roots.
It’s advice to a groom. Ladies, please don’t read. Well, not closely.
By Jaime O'Neill
Tales from a Chinese-American wedding.
Wedding star power comes from those behind the scenes.
By Estee Lee
Here’s someone who knows the premarital jitters oh so well.
By Sivan Kovnator
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