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Environmentalism should pause to get its bearings.
By Edward Dunn
This article was published on 04.17.08
ECOS director Graham Brownstein is proving that Sacramento’s environmental movement isn’t irrelevant after all.
By Cosmo Garvin
An interview with Van Jones, founder of Green for All.
By Sena Christian
An interview with green anarchist John Zerzan.
Milestones in the modern U.S. environmental movement.
Compiled By Sena Christian
Program shortfall threatens successful city/county venture.
By Amy Yannello
Local media buzz over Andy’s 15 minutes of frame.
By Jonathan Kiefer
The Treehugger defines three types of modern environmentalists.
Tips for Earth Day.
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
There are no stupid questions (?).
By Joey Garcia
The only way U.S. health care will be reformed is if citizens insist.
By Anna Barela
Why his inconsistency on gay marriage is perfectly consistent.
By Cecelia Brady-O'Quinn
The Mexican on vodka, coffee and phone trees.
By Gustavo Arellano
Proposals to raise ’em, attempts to collect ’em.
Forget the phony issues and start talking about better representing Doolittle’s tarnished district.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter comes to town.
By R.V. Scheide
Parking enforcer shows off the tools of his trade.
By Ken Widmann
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Kel Munger
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
Sculptor and UC Davis art department chair Lucy Puls and friends at Block Gallery.
Thoughts on keeping the faith in the Sac Philharmonic.
By Gregg Wager
Unless you count Robert Hass smooching on Sandy McPherson.
UC Davis Bike Auction is here again.
By Emily Page
Robin Bartholick’s old-world photography.
Food, music and education for Earth Day weekend.
Sacramento bookstore celebrates its first anniversary.
Why people harm themselves, and how to talk to them.
By Keleigh Friedrich
Can I get that Otter Pop in a syringe?
By Matthew Craggs
Inspired by Sylvia Plath and the Bible.
By Kel Munger
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Tiffany Lora Mair of Citrus Heights.
By Tiffany Lora Mair
The founder of UBO Magazine sits down with SN&R.
By Josh Fernandez
A man swan story.
By Jeff Hudson
Theater of the absurd on acid.
By Patti Roberts
The freshest in Sac.
By Kate Washington
Spring on a plate.
Americana outfit Silver Darling’s soulful, sincere.
By Nick Miller
Neighborhood Watch is at it again.
An ode to Iggy.
Bassist Tyler Ramsey at Sophia’s Thai Kitchen.
Indie-pop go your eardrums.
By Erin Sierchio
The world’s first and only comic-strip record review.
By Jackson Griffith
Last year’s foreign-language Oscar winner.
By Jim Lane
As comedy, it works. As journalism, not so much.
Billy Wilder’s American directorial debut on DVD.
A.k.a. The Crouching Tiger, Hidden Karate Kid of Oz.
Every cheap trick in the book, non effective.
A nice dose of producer Judd Apatow’s salacious sweetness.
Short review of the film The Counterfeiters.
Wow, that’s depressing.
Keanu plus cop-movie clichés equals bleak.
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