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Will the financial crisis transform the way Sacramento grows?
By Cosmo Garvin
This article was published on 11.20.08
Orangevale octogenarian survived America’s nuclear bomb-testing legacy.
By R.V. Scheide
Legal challenge to Proposition 8 questions constitutionality of denying civil rights to minority groups.
By Kel Munger
Eco-friendly feminine-care products, cement kilns and an eco-mofo.
SN&R’s Eco-Warrior Princess tackles the controversy over dual-flush toilets.
By Sena Christian
Effie Yeaw Nature Center hosts a whole bunch of eco-events.
Natomas group wants kids to walk to school.
By Megan Hanson
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Joey eats them persimmons.
By Joey Garcia
With No on 8, an older generation passes the torch to the young.
But you won’t believe the size of Plastic Idol’s catalog.
By Becky Grunewald
The Mexican on Hendrix and gringos.
By Gustavo Arellano
Sacramento politicos play musical chairs.
Join SN&R’s campaign to spend holiday dollars at locally owned stores.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
To hell with the bailouts, spread some of that drug money around.
Agnostic, yep. Mother, yep. Now what about Sunday school?
By Kate Washington
Jackson on coffee, the Kings and economics.
By Jackson Griffith
From reservation life to Palm Springs’ golfing glitterati.
By Eleanor LeBeau
Almost two centuries after Lincoln’s birth, here’s a new way of seeing him.
By Seth Sandronsky
Warner Bros. Film Festival to screen classic animated shorts.
By Jenn Kistler
A poem by Peter Dudas of Sacramento.
By Peter Dudas
The new Citizen Hotel.
By Nick Miller
Go see it now.
No mystery in this murder.
Bye Kate. We love you, and good luck!
Have a smart Thanksgiving.
Kate quits, but we can’t quit Kate.
Forms in Flux is all about change. And hope.
By Josh Fernandez
More bands than dollars spent on gas.
Our experts on Vivian Girls and Torrey-Tee.
But be wary of Kristin Scott Thomas’ eyes.
By Jim Lane
Bringing back cinema’s best and worst for the holidays.
Suffering from the dangerous power of cinematic literalism.
By Jonathan Kiefer
That Charlie Kaufman, at it again.
SN&R’s guide to holiday shopping.
If it’s the thought that counts, a little bit of scavenging can go a long way.
The season’s distractions force our resident holiday hater to look local for good times.
Frostbite, Chinese toys, and the dangers, err joys, of celebrating the holidays with children.
Donation: the only thing better than shopping local.
The mall is full of the same, so hit up a Midtown boutique for something unique.
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