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Fadhil Al-Kazily of Davis bemoans the “horror show” his native Iraq has become.
By Jaime O'Neill
This article was published on 11.08.07
An antiwar mom from Iran talks about her son, now serving in Iraq.
By Donna Lee
Local churchgoers claim Jesus Christ cures the porn addicted.
By Liz Cazares
How one troubled high school turned itself around.
By Sena Christian
Vigilantes, punk rockers, and David Kulczyk.
By Kari Westerman
Najera says voters have to step up to fund a better police department.
By Cosmo Garvin
Lourdes Perez, unembedded journalism, with guitars.
Planned Parenthood’s barrier sparks debate.
By Kel Munger
Recycling at the Sacramento Recycling and Transfer Station.
The proper functioning of systems and people matter. A lot.
MoveOn.org against America’s Climate Security Act.
By John Motsinger
Recycling the deceased.
Spinach E.coli outbreak one year later.
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Raging partners and cold wives.
By Joey Garcia
Local Congressmen John Doolittle and Dan Lungren have an opportunity to do right by kids’ health care, if only they’ll take it.
By Bill Durston, M.D.
Arnold’s kids: “No showers longer than five minutes!”
By Cecelia Brady-O'Quinn
The Mexican lays down the law on jawin'.
By Gustavo Arellano
V for Vote Ron Paul.
A California health “deal” depends on three men.
Just showing up consistently can sometimes work wonders.
By Brian Snow
Yes, Davis has its quirks but…um…hey, where’d that toad go?
By Ken Widmann
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Patti Roberts
A modest proposal for re-branding your neighborhood.
By SN&R Staff
Michael Perelman’s new book about recent economics reads like a crime story.
By Seth Sandronsky
Scoping the city’s two new creative colleges.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Three religious leaders debate the morality of teen sexual consent laws.
By Keleigh Friedrich
Been there, tasted that.
By Kate Washington
No, no cannibalism. It was awful enough without it.
By Sheryl Beauvais
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Robert M. Stanley of Sacramento.
By Robert M. Stanley
A live Joanna Newsom show will endear even the nay-sayers.
By Emily Page
Call it a “weird Florida” comedy if you want.
By Jeff Hudson
Another mess of an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.
Don’t let the “Express” fool you. This place is good.
What does the new chef in town like to eat?
Round two for unbridled cupcake talk.
Just try to stay mad at Britney Spears.
By Erin Sierchio
Surely, Satan had something to do with it.
Rap/folk poets uncover their musical choices.
Woodland is full of hellbillies.
By Jackson Griffith
Yes, the filmmakers want you to know it’s a tragedy.
Like several bad Luke Wilson movies rolled into one.
By Daniel Barnes
Kubrick, triple-dipped and obsessively reconsidered.
By Mark Holcomb
By Jim Lane
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