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SN&R corrals “experts” to tell you what to expect in 2008.
By SN&R Staff
This article was published on 01.03.08
SMUD will assuage your global-warming guilt—for a fee.
By Cosmo Garvin
Activist went from death row to fighting capital punishment.
By Kari Westerman
Look for SN&R’s updated timeline at the beginning of each month.
New Yahoo! local Web forum is full of big ideas.
By Nick Miller
Westfield’s wandering eye.
What Sac can learn from stuffy travel writers.
Workshop brought together a diverse group to discuss our green building project.
By Sena Christian
Hydrogen-fuel vehicle soon to be unveiled.
By Ted Cox
Eco-friendly dry cleaning in Sacramento County.
By John Motsinger
Don’t miss your chance to recycle unwanted e-waste.
Taste testers debate local versus organic beers.
By Emily Page
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Friends with benefits get into better colleges! But graduate totally screwed up!
By Joey Garcia
Presidential candidates and the primaries: Let God sort ’em out?
The Mexican on dog culture and family style.
By Gustavo Arellano
SN&R posts help wanted ad on craigslist India to “outsource” McClatchy CEO.
When sick, don’t infect your co-workers with this simple tip: Stay home!
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
What’s going to happen to all those big houses in the ‘burbs?
By Ralph Askin
Attention, “green” Target shoppers …
By Ken Widmann
“China: Rivers of Change,” at the Viewpoint Photographic Center.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Sacramento: More with-it than the Midwest, at least.
By Kate Washington
A new work by a Davis poet.
By Josh Fernandez
By Kel Munger
Faith leaders discuss the value of community, and how to navigate a culture clash.
By Keleigh Friedrich
He doodled during school, too. So where’s your book contract?
We just think it wouldn’t hurt for you to see this.
Say goodbye to black plastic bags …
By Matthew Craggs
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
“Annus Novus,” a poem by Kel Munger.
Culturally speaking, our balls have meant a lot to us.
Janis Stevens’ powerhouse portrait of Vivien Leigh keeps her busy—and keeps improving.
By Jeff Hudson
Fine dining in Carmichael: Good ambition, under-realized.
Suggested seasonal citrus from Pine Hill Orchards’ Eric Hansen.
No, not that “GOP.” Not at all.
VH1 elects not to run the miniseries Seven Other Ages of Rock.
By Jackson Griffith
Without music, would there even be graphic design?
By Erin Sierchio
Knock Knock’s new CD laminates Lindsey Buckingham in Red Bull.
Cinema selection of the week.
By Jim Lane
Director Juan Antonio Bayona’s feature-film debut has a knack for dreadful suspense.
Before launching the teen-musical craze, producer Sam Katzman cranked out the horror.
By Mark Holcomb
Repulsive people talking about themselves.
By Daniel Barnes
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