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Can UC Davis’ earthy new institute change the way we think about food?
By Kate Washington
This article was published on 10.16.08
Worker claims he was sickened at Davis biotech firm.
By Seth Sandronsky
The Republican candidate’s health-care proposal will harm women.
By Lisa Kaiser
Study confirms that teenage girls are contaminated with hormone-altering chemicals.
Does gender bias exist for women in green construction?
By Sena Christian
Environmental Council of Sacramento hosts its first fall festival.
Urban beekeepers bring the buzz to Sacramento.
By Kimberly Brown
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Say no to crack, but say maybe to strippers.
By Joey Garcia
How did we get into this financial mess?
By Chuck McIntyre
Ramona Russell on Uptown Liz.
The Mexican on the Niños Héroes and car kitsch.
By Gustavo Arellano
Kevin Johnson and Dan Lungren bite off more than they can chew.
By Cosmo Garvin
SN&R recommends a big ‘no’ on Proposition 8.
Proposition 215 would work fine if marijuana weren’t so valuable.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
The governor makes an offer you can refuse.
By R.V. Scheide
An anniversary for Sikhs, mixed with hope for peace.
By Keleigh Friedrich
Mel Ramos on October 25.
By Nick Miller
Just a heartbeat away.
Search YouTube for “I hate Comcast.”
By Josh Fernandez
The ruckus over Steinbeck’s most famous book was something to behold.
By Kel Munger
And all this time we thought it was Kimmy Gibbler.
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Chris Campbell of Woodland.
By Chris Campbell
In bold duds.
By Alexa Shapiro
By Patti Roberts
A new venue, new production company and a new translation.
They’re hot dogs, not rare white truffles.
Woodland: Go for the blight, stay for the absinthe.
They’re going to trick you into liking them.
Matt Hensley: heroic man.
Our experts on Image VIP Lounge, KDVS, NoiseFest and Slaughter’s house five.
Jackson Griffith at Old Ironsides. Go figure.
By Jackson Griffith
Group hugs before every shot.
By Jim Lane
Do movies actually need stories?
Crowe vs. DiCaprio.
Theme-park ride inspiration.
Divorced from reality.
Trumped by Night of the Living Dead in plot development? Sad.
Spellbinding, almost surreal beauty.
Welcome to SN&R’s guide to regional food and dining.
Cheap eats and drinks after work during the happiest hours of the day.
By Becky Grunewald
The greenest eats in town.
Russell Eastman, mixologist at Lounge on 20, on what to drink.
Local wine-and-food experts pair libations with fall favorites.
By Jenn Kistler
Fifteen happy hours and meals steals.
Chef Daniel Pont’s recipes.
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