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This article was published on 12.06.07
He’s 30; she’s 18. He’s into her; she’s into him funding her lifestyle.
By Joey Garcia
The Mexican speaks of cheese and Scalia.
By Gustavo Arellano
Presidential candidates looking for god in all the wrong places.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
You’ve got the right to remain silent. Use it!
By Richard Andresen
Santa Claus is coming to town—bearing pizza, snow and, um, black people?
By Ken Widmann
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
Compiled By Patti Roberts
Give the gift of a good read.
By John Freeman
SN&R’s book critics pick their best of 2007. Feel free to argue.
By Kel Munger
Another touring-corpses show proves the permanence of death—and of anatomical artistry.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Faith leaders discuss the spiritual morality of alcohol consumption.
By Keleigh Friedrich
Yep, his road trips make yours look pretty lame.
By Traci J. Macnamara
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Jim Wittenberg of Sacramento.
By Jim Wittenberg
Badlands’ ladies’ night promises bedroom-ready lesbian action.
By Erin Sierchio
Cap’n Mitch is back, and ready to charm.
By Jeff Hudson
An intriguing plot and a great character actor is really all you need.
The gospel, according to James Baldwin.
By Patti Roberts
Peruvian food and waffles? Yup.
By Kate Washington
Man, this guy really loves pizza.
For the love of squash.
Eyedea & Abilities keep hope alive however the hell they feel like it.
By Chris Parker
They lie—somewhere between raucous punk and introspective rock.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Jonathan Richman plays in Winters.
By Matt Coker
Everything she touches turns to fashion.
Jackson Claus opens his gift bag.
By Jackson Griffith
Anton Corbijn’s feature debut eulogizes Joy Division front-man Ian Curtis.
Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse, on DVD.
Sometimes it takes a vampire, a puppet, a Pylean Deathwok demon and a group of lawyers to show us our humanity.
By Matthew Craggs
A sluggish movie about fast cars.
By Daniel Barnes
By Jim Lane
The Kyoto Accord began the race to halt global warming. Noted author and environmentalist Bill McKibben examines what’s happened in the decade since this historic meeting.
By Bill McKibben
Without U.S. participation, the Kyoto Accord was doomed, at best, to only partial success.
By Ed Smeloff
Schwarzenegger plays in California’s climate-change toolbox.
By Cosmo Garvin
Bjørn Lomborg thinks the Kyoto Protocol is bad public policy.
By R.V. Scheide
Environmentalists weigh in on the Kyoto Protocol.
By Sena Christian
How will global warming affect the world’s deserts?
By D. Brian Burghart
When it comes to global warming, think to yourself, “What would Stossel do?”.
Chico’s Anthony Watts thinks human beings probably aren’t responsible for climate change.
By Evan Tuchinsky
When Al Gore and other global-warming experts want to come in out of the cold, they turn to Boulder’s Konrad Steffen.
By Joel Warner
It’s time to step up the fight against global warming.
The tyrants of Big Oil just want to be friends.
By Greg Harman
Chevron would like you to play their stupid PR game.
A 10-year timeline since the 1997 Kyoto conference and review of some of the pertinent numbers and trends related to global warming.
Links to the more than 50 alt weeklies who observed the anniversary.
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