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’Tis the season to be stuck with strangers in the movie-theater dark.
By Jonathan Kiefer
This article was published on 11.22.07
The anti-capitalist Christmas-movie critique you were expecting.
By Kel Munger
A few movie classics to keep from the curmudgeons.
By Jim Lane
The free days are over for the Humor Times amid declining ad sales.
By Donna Lee
Seven-year-old boys raise more than $1,000 to bring fresh water to Africans.
By Rachel Gregg
Another war demonstration—but this one’s for the war!
By Kari Westerman
UC Davis food workers win some, lose some.
By Seth Sandronsky
Capitol Curmudgeon wages war against government typos.
By Cosmo Garvin
Feds pressing charges against the Matsui 10.
Sacramento’s green blogs.
Dear people, I love you, I hate you, we couldn’t do it without you.
By Sena Christian
Californians not as gassy as the rest of the United States.
Documentary follows corn from field to fast-food outlet.
By John Motsinger
A new eco-lifestyle blog hits the green scene.
By Emily Page
A conversation with Ted Nordhaus, co-author of Break Through.
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Working-class blues and a snooping mama.
By Joey Garcia
Fewer people use fewer resources and produce fewer greenhouse gases. D’oh!
By Ted Cox
The Mexican praises car commercials and deconstructs “gabacho.”
By Gustavo Arellano
How thankful is Bites? Let Bites count the ways.
SN&R has a few things to report on Thanksgiving 2007.
Nothing substitutes for skepticism when you’re buying a car—or a war.
By Dave Weiner
RoboChair leaves the driving to your recliner.
By Ken Widmann
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Kel Munger
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
Compiled By Patti Roberts
If you care about wine and cheese, and you’re a patriot, read this.
By Alastair Bland
Peter Heller’s new book is a gripping account of the world’s oceans in light of current fishing practices and pollution trends.
By Traci J. Macnamara
Two faith leaders discuss the immigrant experience in America.
By Keleigh Friedrich
Bass-heavy headphones drill your brain.
By Josh Fernandez
Who can you tell?
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Crawdad Nelson of Sacramento.
By Crawdad Nelson
Keep it fresh, and local.
It’s like two plays for the price of one.
By Jeff Hudson
Sac city nails it again.
The chaotic menu is as unfocused as, well, three monkeys.
By Kate Washington
Get yo Thanksgiving game tight.
Tamales for Thanksgiving. Wild, right?
Now all of America thinks they’re precious, too.
By Cary Rodda
Melanie Valera’s relationships get messy, and so do her arrangements.
By Erin Sierchio
A match made in heaven?
By Ned Hammad
Red Host’s Ian Bone gets musically introspective.
Jackson is too lazy to pick up his mail.
By Jackson Griffith
Cinema selection of the week.
Todd Haynes reminds us how Bob Dylan bestrode (and bemused) his time.
A paranoid American cinematic classic, Watergate-style.
By Daniel Barnes
…because every family has its characters.
What to buy your “lesbian parental units” for the holidays.
Health and exercise gift ideas.
How to shop for the anti-consumer.
Satirical, political gift ideas.
What to buy that annoying film/music/technology snob in your family.
Rehabilitation gift ideas.
What to get the old man who loves a good conspiracy theory.
Creative gifts for those who can already buy whatever they want.
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