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Top 25 tips for surviving the coming Great Depression, as explained by the homeless citizens of Tent Town.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 11.06.08
A list of assistance for those in need.
A decade ago, former SN&R employee Greg Carr quit selling ads for life on the streets. Last week, it finally caught up to him.
By Cosmo Garvin
Meet “dual conveyance,” the latest euphemism for the proposed peripheral canal in the Sacramento Delta.
By Dan Bacher
Look for SN&R’s updated timeline at the beginning of each month.
The Environmental Council of Sacramento recognizes five local green activists.
Wherein the Eco-Warrior Princess plays hard-to-get—not!
By Sena Christian
Drop off items at California Middle School this weekend.
Bikes and Bites offers a much-needed bike rental service.
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Trashy in-laws and a lazy spouse.
By Joey Garcia
Last Wednesday wasn’t the first time SN&R was hit with this hoax.
By Kel Munger
St. John’s Shelter Program for Women and Children saves.
The Mexican answers questions from our neighbours above and way down under.
By Gustavo Arellano
The election’s over. Time to fix the election rules.
Nearly one-fourth of animals are threatened—it’s time to act.
People are desperate for change.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
It’s time to end the drug war.
Is it a sign o’ the times that Sac’s short on church signs?
By Jackson Griffith
Malaquias Montoya’s art of protest.
From vintage objects to animals.
Binay Pathak’s sounds of India.
Give yourself some big love.
Red states, blue states—you know you’re not tired of hearing about it.
By Kate Washington
Poet, painter, state worker, Barbara Noble.
By Josh Fernandez
Thirdeye Theatre Festival features student-run productions.
By Jenn Kistler
John Updike at California Lectures.
By Nick Miller
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Elsie Whitlow Feliz of Sacramento.
By Elsie Whitlow Feliz
Hiking the Beacroft Trail.
By Jeff McCrory
Shakespeare like a sports car.
By Jeff Hudson
Tragic and hilarious—just like life.
You’ve passed it a million times on the way to Chili’s.
It soothes the soul.
Park your SUV and eat some Indian food at Mati’s Indian Express in Natomas.
Breaking down language with Harley White Jr.
Straight from Athens, Ga.
Our experts on Far, Ginuwine, electro cock rock, Alive & Kicking, Kanye, racist tigers and voting.
Half-empty, half-full—still only half a glass.
By Jim Lane
A review of Standard Operating Procedure.
By Daniel Barnes
A crappy Xerox of Rosemary’s Baby.
Outsourcing love was never so contrived.
Still sucks, post-Madonna.
A takedown of bourgeois entitlement. How bourgeois.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Another Mike Leigh collective improv.
America is like Rome.
Caring for Creation, an evening of interfaith music, a celebration of community.
Learn more about the performers at the 2008 A Call for Unity event.
Host and Speaker Bios.
2008 Building Unity Award Recipient, the Rev. Dr. David Thompson.
By Ted Cox
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