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Author Stephen Elliott writes and edits erotica.
By Jonathan Kiefer
This article was published on 02.21.08
Why aren’t Sacramento City Council candidates dipping into public financing?
By Cosmo Garvin
Frank Chiles Mansion quietly bought for green subdivision.
By David A. Kulczyk
Moe foes rejoice.
Meet mayoral candidate Richard Jones. You can just call him Dick.
Of mice and Mexican strongmen.
Upfront calls it quits.
When buying beans: Go fair-trade, shade-grown and organic.
Green Living Center comes to Midtown.
By Sena Christian
UC Davis Design Museum exhibits green rest stops.
By John Motsinger
Cal Expo hosts e-waste recycling event February 23 to 24.
Local ranch awarded an environmental stewardship award.
Why one author thinks youth should bond with the great outdoors.
By Emily Page
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
A perfect date with no finish and one lame mother.
By Joey Garcia
Sometimes cute isn’t enough to get past the “ick” factor.
By Joel Davis
Arnold: Call Brit. Well, first call me, then Brit.
By Cecelia Brady-O'Quinn
The Mexican on Mexico and Portugal.
By Gustavo Arellano
The perfect antidote to McCain and his growth: Schwarzenegger!
When it comes to Natomas, it’s time for city leaders to get priorities straight.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Empathy is the key to ending war.
By Shauna L. Smith
Marble Slab Creamery tries to get the scoop from City Hall.
By Ken Widmann
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, Kel Munger, and Patti Roberts
A little bit abstract, a little bit figurative.
By Edward Dunn
Mondavi Center’s new film series kicks off with three from Ingmar Bergman.
The governor’s senior advisor Herb Schultz takes to the theatah!
By Matt Coker
Davis Musical Theatre Company really takes its work home.
Why Willie Brown’s autobiography should be read starting with Part Two.
By Greg Lucas
A strange night of strange people performing strange poems.
By Josh Fernandez
What to do when pops is too busy for the family.
By Keleigh Friedrich
Munger loves her some Buffy.
By Kel Munger
Unabomber-style violence meets academia.
By Sheryl Beauvais
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Ann Wehrman of Sacramento.
By Ann Wehrman
A wordless play.
By Patti Roberts
A morality tale with some great pop songs.
By Jeff Hudson
Another welcome addition to downtown.
By Kate Washington
Caramel deLite: the cookie formerly known as Samoas.
Old Soul does bacon.
Anton Barbeau wants you to listen to his music.
“As political as Ochs and as poetic as Dylan … “
By J. Poet
So much to do, so little time.
NorCal Noisefest sounds out some artistic possibilities.
A store that listens to music.
By Erin Sierchio
The world’s first and only comic-strip record review.
Sal Valentino is over 30, but you should trust him. And your ears.
By Jackson Griffith
It’s not just suspension of disbelief. It’s suspension of snort-and-chortle.
By Jim Lane
Season six of Curb Your Enthusiasm, on DVD.
By Daniel Barnes
J-Lo butchers another film.
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