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Sebastian Bach is loud, egotistical and never shuts up. He’s the quintessential American.
By Josh Fernandez
This article was published on 11.15.07
Once-in-a-century fires are becoming routine.
By Nick Schou
If the bees go, so do our fruits and vegetables.
By Kel Munger
Man left with coma and brain injuries from police batons now faces jail time.
By Cosmo Garvin
Thought crime: not just a futuristic sci-fi novel device anymore.
Getting to the nut of the almond workers’ organizing campaign.
Should you line your trash with paper or plastic bags?
What works for one may not work for all.
By Sena Christian
If a million trees fall in the forest, does anybody care?
By John Motsinger
$1,500 on the line …
Is the ‘Green-Pink’ movement too heavy for mojitos?
By Emily Page
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Why don’t givers end up with givers?
By Joey Garcia
One of Midtown’s long-time resident makes tracks.
By Kelli Guerriero
A surgeon’s scalpel is no match for the world’s Last Action Hero.
By Cecelia Brady-O'Quinn
The Mexican lays the smack down on Lou Dobbs.
By Gustavo Arellano
Bites bites back, reincarnates and blames it all on Mars.
Things are looking grim over at 21st and Q.
It’s time for the dissatisfied majority to stop being silent.
By Sonny Cline
Davis is flatland—no peaks, no valleys.
By Ken Widmann
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
A writer for The Tonight Show goes on strike and spills his guts.
By John A. Kennedy
Three more books about God.
New book UnChristian suggests youths are increasingly skeptical of evangelical Christianity.
By Ted Cox
Haves, have-nots. What about have-littles?
A poem by Floyd Harden of Sacramento.
By Floyd Harden
A candid conversation on language at the Davis People’s Free School.
Try building the transcontinental railroad.
By Jeff Hudson
Unleashing the monster within. And breaking into song.
The stage is his therapy couch.
By Patti Roberts
Kate’s first five-star review, ever.
By Kate Washington
Good food for poor people.
The wonders of cacao.
Mullet rock is back with a vengeance.
By Raina LeGarreta
Less angry, less young, still men.
By Mark Holcomb
Sebastian Bach’s new CD Angel Down is for old-school metalheads. And that’s good.
A wacky band from Canada? You don’t say.
By Erin Sierchio
A fine time at the Town House with Th’ Losin Streaks and pals.
By Jackson Griffith
Evil is real, and random, and without reason, and relentless.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Now With 20 percent more rootin’ and tootin'.
By Daniel Barnes
Not the size of the dog in the fight. The size of the fight in the dog.
By Matthew Craggs
By Jim Lane
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