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KJ’s mayoral run brings out sports clichés. Can he beat the champ and other contenders?
By Cosmo Garvin
This article was published on 03.20.08
Money makes the democracy go ’round.
A mother follows her son from prison to prison.
By Rhonda Erwin
Investigator blasts Yolo County’s DA, calls gang injunction a political ploy.
USGS scientist takes viewers on tragical mystery tour—in 3-D.
By Matt Coker
Choosing a stove and reducing package waste.
Green-building advocates say, “Let there be light.”
By Sena Christian
Guidebook highlights local trails.
More green tips …
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Forgiveness: It’s a good thing.
By Joey Garcia
Tax time, and you’re paying up. But not everyone is.
By Bob Schmidt
Follow the bouncing roller coaster.
By Cecelia Brady-O'Quinn
The Mexican on manito and under-age immigration.
Constitutional and organizing rights bite the dust.
SN&R welcomes a spirited mayoral debate about Sacramento’s future.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
What’s that elephant doing in the living room?
By R.V. Scheide
Second and L look a little better thanks to its unofficial tender.
By Ken Widmann
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
Compiled By Kel Munger
Movies, sitars and music in the great outdoors.
Chicano and Native American arts organization La Raza Galería Posada flourishes in its 30th year.
The main eventers of Sacramento’s Total Wrestling Federation bloody up DIY-style.
By Luke Gianni
Need more evidence that officials lied to get us into Iraq? Here’s mountains of it.
By Seth Sandronsky
Hop to it.
By Kel Munger
How to get through to your kids when all they see are sports.
By Keleigh Friedrich
The best of Nintendo thrown in a blender.
By Matthew Craggs
The end is near.
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by David Vaszko of Sacramento.
By David Vaszko
Diciembre Gris’ Daniel Villegas threatens another ass whoopin’ on Josh.
By Josh Fernandez
$1,000 reward for the best lesbian-themed play.
By Jeff Hudson
Insides Out and 1984: Sex addicts are watching you.
Sacramento Ballet knows you need your beauty sleep.
Indestructible restaurant serves OK food.
By Kate Washington
“Don’t overthink your drink.”
Weatherstone’s ambiance with Old Soul’s delicious coffee.
Love is in the air for Little Brother.
It’s funnier the second time around.
By J. Poet
Jazz viloinist Regina Carter plays Mondavi.
By Edward Dunn
The Lisps get lithpy.
By Erin Sierchio
The world’s first and only comic-strip record review.
Jackie Greene reaches mediocrity.
By Jackson Griffith
Gus Van Sant likes to watch beautiful boys—and torment them?
By Jonathan Kiefer
Sidney Lumet’s feature-film debut celebrates its 50th anniversary on DVD.
By Daniel Barnes
Yuppie sleaze goes mental.
Actually, sometimes it’s OK to just walk away—from a crappy movie.
By Jim Lane
When will a killer virus finally wipe out the makers of killer-virus movies?
Imagine Rocky with Adam Carolla instead of Stallone.
Moving, yet mawkish. Dickensian, yet Mexican.
From the people who brought you The Chumscrubber, which kinda says it all.
Is Austrian director Michael Haneke actually jealous of American torture-porn?
Sensitive Egyptian cops become accidental cultural ambassadors in Israel.
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