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Going deep undercover to understand a most misunderstood subculture.
By Ted Cox
This article was published on 05.01.08
Warren Harding looks to make history—as county supervisor.
By Cosmo Garvin
Author hopes speaking out will help other women leave polygamous marriages.
By Kel Munger
Trouble brews among craft breweries.
By Alastair Bland
Look for SN&R’s updated timeline at the beginning of each month.
The book industry goes green.
Co-op gives advice on pedaling to future SN&R office.
By Sena Christian
Sacramento Bicycle Kitchen volunteers think bikes will save the world.
What’s in season and what’s on the horizon …
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
I wish someone would pay my bills.
By Joey Garcia
What happens when politics come between old friends?
By Mark Drolette
The Mexican on annoying stuff.
By Gustavo Arellano
The mayoral contenders get cozy.
What if California hadn’t moved its presidential primary?
Secret costs of the death penalty.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
You don’t have to live like a refugee, unless you live in a Palestinian refugee camp.
By R.V. Scheide
When the bots start battling, remember who called it.
By Ken Widmann
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Kel Munger
A performance-art troupe workshop.
By Emily Page
The Legacy Trees Project recovers old wood, commissions art.
One weekend. Eight local-movie to-dos. Countless bullet points.
By Jonathan Kiefer
No fancy dancin'. No prose high jinks. Just something true to say.
By John Freeman
Lite Brite Productions and Dad’s Kitchen/Sandwich shop present an afternoon of food and live music.
Is meditation the key to a happy relationship?
By Keleigh Friedrich
The spirit of ‘88.
By Josh Fernandez
You don’t have to be a Buddhist to be enlightened.
By Melinda Welsh
Graphic novel about the literal boss from hell.
Downloading movies the lawful way.
By Matthew Craggs
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by D.F. Dozier Jr. of Orangevale.
By D.F. Dozier Jr
The most loveable man in the journalism biz.
The cool priest holds private lessons in the rectory? Hmm …
By Patti Roberts
The dark side of Sac Ballet.
By Jeff Hudson
Working for the weekend.
Shop for doodads; eat.
By Kate Washington
Hmm … weird.
Pointing us toward the local stuff.
Zac Diebels incorporates a new method of teaching music.
Forlorn-folk tunesmith Tyler Ramsey at Sophia’s Thai Kitchen.
Shaun Slaughter spins a “festival of crazy nights” at local venues.
Alan and Richard Bishop perform acoustic renditions of music by Sun City Girls in tribute to the band’s late drummer, Charles Gocher.
Ashanti is Cinco de Mayo.
The friendliest drummer in Sacramento.
By Erin Sierchio
The world’s first and only comic-strip record review.
Jackson Road, meet Jackson Griffith.
By Jackson Griffith
Filmmaker Tom McCarthy delivers a finely tuned tale.
The TV touchstone I Spy, newly released to DVD this week.
By Mark Holcomb
Working that Fey-Poehler magic.
By Jim Lane
An erotic thriller that’s neither.
The creative team returns. The fun doesn’t.
Rom-com rehash, with unfunny gags.
Norah Jones looks like she sounds.
Geezers rock out.
Deals Abound. HomeBuyer’s Guide 08 shows you how to snag them.
Despite gloomy news, new home buyers are scoring deals. Here’s how.
By Alia Cruz
Tour enchanting Natomas and a bonanza of foreclosed homes.
By Cecelia Brady-O'Quinn
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