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Want to take a bite out of global warming? Put down that cheeseburger.
By Jim Motavalli
This article was published on 08.28.08
Test scores rise, but “achievement gap” remains wide.
By Janelle Weiner
Sacramento Delta has abandonment issues.
By Sena Christian
Politicians accept coal money, while Ruth learns how to use YouTube.
One Roseville couple finds small is beautiful.
Eco-friendly furniture polish.
The local networking event happens monthly.
By Ted Cox
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Your friends suck.
By Joey Garcia
End white privilege. And while you’re at it, end straight Christian male privilege, too.
By James DenBoer
Fifteen minutes with the author of Womanhood.
By Becky Grunewald
The Mexican on Tijuana, zoot suits and stop signs.
By Gustavo Arellano
Money for nothing on K Street and the little radio station that could.
By Cosmo Garvin
The senator needs to step up on U.S. use of “enhanced interrogation techniques.”
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
The biggest loser in Beijing? American workers.
By R.V. Scheide
Sacramento’s Self-Realization Fellowship.
By Keleigh Friedrich
Touchy-feely textiles that you’re not really supposed to touch.
Two festivals. Two writers. Two conclusions.
By Josh Fernandez, and Nick Miller
What’s better than Los Angeles noir? Why, Slovakian noir, of course!
By Sheryl Beauvais
Author Norman Fischer.
By Kel Munger
SacAnime comes to, uh, Sac!
By Jenn Kistler
By Jaime O'Neill
Brought to you by a smart team of hip librarians.
By Kate Washington
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Henry 7 Reneau Jr., of Davis.
By Henry 7 Reneau Jr
Bring the kids. Trip out.
A spot-on production of Noises Off.
By Patti Roberts
Foothill Theatre Company will see another season.
By Jeff Hudson
A sophisticated, kid-friendly pizza joint.
The owner of Lounge on 20 opens up.
Farmers’ market cheese.
She’s a gangster—and more!
By Terra M. Lopez
Take off your coat, put on another coat—it’s time for jazz.
By Matthew Craggs
Another venue bites the dust, but at least Pressure Point is playing.
By Josh Fernandez
State Cap. mashed-up with Autumn Sky? No friggin’ way.
Long may they stagger.
By Jackson Griffith
Steve Martin should have kept the reins.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Q-and-A with California Next Gen Film Festival president Jaime Gonzalez.
By Nick Miller
Guy Maddin’s Brand Upon the Brain!
By Daniel Barnes
By Jim Lane
There’s always a sorry shortage of outlaws.
She can crash at our pad anytime.
Are you ready to?
Is this Fred Durst’s directorial debut?
Two be or not two be?
Go (for) broke. Embrace college, life, Sacramento. But read this first!
College-dorm solutions when there’s no hope in sight.
By Natalie Campisi
The perks, tips, advices, and flat-out red flags of college life.
By Alia Cruz
But, whatever you do, don’t do that.
A student’s guide to eating, drinking, shopping and partying local.
By Niki Kangas
Local hot spots for live music, shopping, eating, drinking and playing.
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