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Local Jewish groups at war as powerful AIPAC lobby comes to town.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 12.13.07
Sister of inmate suicide victim hopes $1 million settlement helps reform main jail.
By Amy Yannello
Area cop agencies are generally mediocre when it comes to public disclosure.
By Cosmo Garvin
City’s claim that gay marriage vote was kosher is challenged.
Davis Enterprise concedes to mislabeling canned editorials.
Green your office cubicle.
Green buildings are sexy.
By Sena Christian
Top California environmental officials learn from rest of the world.
Nimbus Hatchery works to propagate a declining salmon population.
By Jennifer Davidson
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
An expose espousing on ex-spouses.
By Joey Garcia
Lockdown: A circle of prison hell that Dante forgot to number.
By Eugene Alexander Dey
Schwarzenegger whips out a strong pimp hand for critics.
By Cecelia Brady-O'Quinn
The Mexican talks Motor City and folklore.
By Gustavo Arellano
Outsourcing hits the Bee, Bites and possibly Huckabee’s ex-lard ass.
When did toy buying become a treacherous task?
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Make sure that lawn is “green” in a way that counts.
By Paul Schramski
Remembering the good ol’ dirty days of Westlane Drive-In.
By Ken Widmann
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Patti Roberts
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
Tommy Wiseau’s cult-hit movie assaults the senses with unintended hilarity.
By Jonathan Kiefer
MAD Magazine’s latest hardcover offering inspires additional comic ruminations.
By John DeFore
Skip The Golden Compass because it sucks.
By Nick Miller
War is everywhere.
By Kel Munger
Funny-man chronicles his own success, self-doubt, shitty movies.
By Jaime O'Neill
It began with the abacus…
Yet another reason phone books are obsolete…
By Matthew Craggs
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by D.F. Dozier Jr. of Orangevale.
By D.F. Dozier Jr
In life, sometimes you’re the spoiled Cadillac chick. Sometimes you’re the milk-truck guy.
By Donna Lee
Oh yes, it’s Christ … Um, the holidays.
God bless us, every one!
This all raises the question of deep-dish versus thin-crust.
By Kate Washington
They call it slow food ‘cause you spend an hour in the car getting to it.
New cheese-plate rule: Brie is a bore.
Punker than punk punkers Crime are coming to town. And they’re old.
By Josh Fernandez
Q-and-A with Pinback’s Rob Crow.
The Radioactive Cauliflower gives you the skinny on his playlist.
By Erin Sierchio
From the major-label ashes emerges … a Ross Hammond press release!
By Jackson Griffith
Could it be the best film of 2007?
By Jim Lane
With Futurama: Bender’s Big Score, Fox learns yet again not to cancel its good shows.
Welcome to SN&R’s annual Winter Guide.
By SN&R Staff
Ski resorts and environmentalists lock arms to face a grim eco-future.
By Matt Coker
A middle-aged bunny-sloper greets humiliation at the top of a mountain and all the way down.
If you think Lassen Volcanic National Park is beautiful in summer, you should see it in winter.
By Robert Speer
Winter Guide quick tips!
A comprehensive guide for all things ski and snowboard.
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