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In a two-person race to become Sacramento’s mayor, it’s the self-made man vs. the pre-packaged candidate; the man of faith vs. the creep.
By Cosmo Garvin
This article was published on 05.15.08
The Freeport Boulevard/21st Street conversion: Which side are you on?
By R.V. Scheide
Mexican-American group accuses city college newspaper of insensitivity.
By Sena Christian
An action plan for achieving a zero-waste lifestyle.
Bill Maynard, community garden program coordinator for the city of Sacramento, offers a list of what’s compostable, what’s not and tips for maintaining a healthy bin.
Blasted Europeans give us greener parking-lot options.
The zero-waste movement is challenging but necessary.
By Emily Page
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
More troubled souls.
By Joey Garcia
The Marine Life Protection Act wasn’t meant to end fishing entirely.
By Alastair Bland
The Mexican on Scots and oil.
By Gustavo Arellano
Sac City council wants to make it easier to vote them out?
SN&R recommends no on 98, yes on 99.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
When due process is history.
A liberal moment in the Bicycle Capital of the Paved World.
By Ken Widmann
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Kel Munger
The annual CSUS art ball will again showcase senior, graduate student and faculty work.
By Helen Zou
At the St. John’s Shelter healing arts class.
Just don’t expect mint juleps and orgasmic high jinks.
By Keleigh Friedrich
Memoirist Beth Lisick and poet/porn star Kayden Kross come to Luna’s.
By Jonathan Kiefer
The Berkeley professor and author will read from his new book The Political Mind at Time Tested Books.
Local religious leaders discuss the candidate and his former pastor.
The schools we love to hate.
By Seth Sandronsky
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Moira Magneson of Placerville.
By Moira Magneson
The master of all things confusing: poet Alan Satow.
By Josh Fernandez
Manservant, crippled curmudgeon, the works.
By Patti Roberts
Jews and Christmas trees.
By Jeff Hudson
Mythical beast or reptilian employees?
By Kate Washington
Ever dreamed of chucking it all to make wine, farm or make cheese?
I like my food slow.
Imagine having an organ so huge that it takes two years to clean.
By Gregg Wager
Kepi times two.
By Cary Rodda
Pair it with hard drugs, and you’ve got a CD.
New Orleans’ master of trombone.
Old school hip-hop at Memorial Auditorium.
The Detroit-based psychedelic noise ensemble plays at Sacramento’s Vox Art Gallery.
Cawzlos is troubled but funky.
The world’s first and only comic-strip record review.
The new age of music.
By Jackson Griffith
The Full Monty meets The Breakfast Club? Meets Rambo? Huh?
By Jim Lane
Read the trilogy first.
By Kel Munger
Director Shinya Tsukamoto’s J-horror throwback, Nightmare Detective, on DVD.
By Mark Holcomb
Short review of the film Redbelt.
Short review of the film Speed Racer.
Short review of the film Then She Found Me.
Short review of the film The Visitor.
Short review of the film What Happens in Vegas.
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