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Abstinence must remain an option, local sex-education proponents agree.
By Ted Cox
This article was published on 01.31.08
NFL Network’s dispute with cable TV companies hits the fans.
By Liz Cazares
We break the news, they take the news.
By Cosmo Garvin
Could KJ been plotting mayor move since last fall?
Is Willie Brown the next one in the deep end?
Resources for buying green stuff.
Green building pushes for the end of a disposable culture.
By Sena Christian
Can Orangevale cohousing overcome NIMBY-mindedness?
By John Motsinger
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Cheaters and sweethearts.
By Joey Garcia
Why do Americans scream bloody murder about sex—while committing bloody murder?
By Mark Drolette
You, yes, YOU! must save piss-poor near-universal health care.
The Mexican on Chihuahuas and drunks, again.
By Gustavo Arellano
Bites on Obama, Bush, Hillary and Ayn Rand.
Obama, Paul and Anybody But Nader.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Proposition 93 makes needed changes to California’s legislative term limits.
By Susan Smartt
Rock-star vibe surrounds a former president’s UC Davis visit.
By Ken Widmann
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
Compiled By Kel Munger, and Patti Roberts
SN&R’s relationship-advice columnist recounts, among other things, her crucifixion.
David Cay Johnston’s latest reveals how money is transferred from us to them.
By Kel Munger
Read, then vote.
The 11th annual Jewish Film Festival hits the Crest.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Three faith leaders encourage readers to embrace their orientation.
By Keleigh Friedrich
Buff the muff, if you will.
This book stinks—in a good way.
By Josh Fernandez
Is it hot in here, or is it just my e-mail?
By Kimberly Brown
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by L. Margaux Miller of Sacramento.
By L. Margaux Miller
Meet a whore for free java.
By Matt Coker
Brotherly love, hustling and rivalry.
By Patti Roberts
A poetic play with bad lighting.
Even without Twain’s witty asides, it’s still great.
By Jeff Hudson
Mediocre Mexican food is part of Sacramento’s charm, no?
By Kate Washington
Supporting local farmers is exactly what Jesus would do.
Best wurst in the West.
Antoinette ‘Butterscotch’ Clinton gives advice to a sick, sick man.
Mostly cover songs, mostly boring.
By Matt Jones
Weasels her way into the SN&R, one song at a time.
By Erin Sierchio
The world’s first and only comic-strip record review.
Harley White Jr. brings some swinging black history to Harlow’s.
By Jackson Griffith
Like an accident scene, nothing to see here.
By Jim Lane
IFC’s hit documentary miniseries probes the hot history of on-screen sex.
SN&R presents Sacramento’s 19 sexiest.
Locals debate the best way to handle the family birds and bees talk.
Sasha Grey talks about her life as a porn star. She’s only 19.
Paul Morgan tells what it means to be the Sacramento sex coach.
Sacramento poets share their words on love.
mating calls from Sacramento night life.
By Kristin Walton
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