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Dr. Lou Vismara’s autistic son inspired him to help launch the UC Davis MIND Institute.
By Nancy Brands Ward
This article was published on 09.18.08
Once a refuge for troubled drivers, a Sacramento truck-stop ministry faces demons of its own.
By S. Howard Bransford
Decades of hard-earned reporting experience disappears in the daily’s latest buyout.
By Cosmo Garvin
Offshore drilling, public green space and eco-friendly beauty products.
National day of action to stand up for a green economy.
For this Sac State sociologist, the personal is environmental is political.
By Sena Christian
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
More adorable children.
By Joey Garcia
WWKRD? (What would Karl Rove do?)
By James Israel
Barbara Rinehart’s certified-vegan beauty products.
By Gustavo Arellano
Gay marriage foes mount a fake boycott against PG&E.
Why are things going from bad to worse with the economy?
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Major peak oil conference comes to Sacramento.
By R.V. Scheide
Our writer on his commitment to 365 days of meditation.
By Jackson Griffith
Short Review of a current play.
Compiled By Patti Roberts
Compiled By Kel Munger
Compiled By Jeff Hudson
By Josh Fernandez
What makes a grocery store special?
By Becky Grunewald
Kevin Young’s new poetry collection puts grief on the plate.
By Kel Munger
By Nick Miller
I don’t need no instructions to know how to rock!
By Matthew Craggs
Midtown on playing cards.
Crazy lady makes Web site.
By Kate Washington
A poem by Molly Fisk of Nevada City.
By Molly Fisk
Anna Ritner on hair- and art-walk wars.
By Anna Ritner
Darkly gothic fairy tales.
By Patti Roberts
Tap dancing: alive and well (like Asian stereotypes).
See the play.
By Jeff Hudson
Vegetarians needn’t apply.
More D-list celebrities!
Did she say Thanksgiving?
The formerly local folk artist’s tales of murder in the South.
By Terra Lopez
Emotion and a four-track.
By Derek Nielsen
9/11, hipsters, Paragary’s, conscious hip-hop, MOM-atorium, Ground Chuck.
Hipsters, On the Y, Baby Grand and more.
What not to miss, what to diss.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Watch TV all over again, on DVD.
By Joe Atkins
“What a country!”
Keeping Madea in the closet.
By Jim Lane
Hunchbacked John Cusack.
DeNiro and Pacino, together again.
A lame attempt at proletarian realism.
Charlize Theron takes on globalization.
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