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An SN&R writer trains through a lifetime of addiction.
By Josh Fernandez
This article was published on 11.27.08
The governor wants CEQA rules off the table for Highway 50 expansion effort.
By Cosmo Garvin
The FDA sets the table for genetically modified food.
By Ari LeVaux
Soccer, a golf resort and Auntie Ruth’s big mistake.
Celebrate the holidays in eco-friendly style.
By Sena Christian
Cosumnes River Preserve hosts a guided nature walk.
Local couple opens an eco-friendly dry-cleaning shop.
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Behind every ex-husband, there is an angry woman.
By Joey Garcia
The Cat Man is dead; long live the Art Czar.
By Kevin Seconds
Cupping and roasting at Old Soul in Midtown.
By Nick Miller
How many Mexicans does it take to fill a Ford Ranger?
By Gustavo Arellano
K.J.'s rent problem, Blue Diamond roughs up union.
A new report wants California to lead on global warming … again.
Listen to California before even considering bailing out the auto industry.
Lesson on staying positive through the holidays.
By R.V. Scheide
Homosexuality: According to some, it’s not always a sin and it’s not always permanent.
By Ted Cox
When the central city finally comes to life.
By Jackson Griffith
Six solid, respectable and kinda stiff offerings from the Hollywood machine for the holidays.
By Jonathan Kiefer
As goes the porn, so goes the nation.
By Matthew Craggs
By Jenn Kistler
Put on your crab shells and get there.
Welcome to the bizzare world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Robert M. Stanley of Sacramento.
By Robert M. Stanley
Yolo County Supervisor Matt Rexroad is on food stamps.
Politician snaps, talks to squirrels.
By Jeff Hudson
Red rum/Red Drum. Get it?
Meet Greg Lucas, SN&R’s new food critic.
By Greg Lucas
The Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op, representing local farms since, uh, what’s 2008 minus 35?
By Kate Washington
Sacramento’s Pure Joy Cafe gives it to you straight.
Pioneers Del the Funky Homosapien and DJ QBert share a stage.
Contributing to a weekend of hip-hop overindulgence.
Tons of music last week, some good, some … not so much.
Baz Luhrmann has no restraint.
By Jim Lane
An SN&R Thanksgiving suggestion: Watch The Mummy and stay in your jammies.
By Kel Munger
If your faith in people or vampire cinema has been shaken …
Four families … yikes.
Vampire phenomenon is overrated.
And long and long time.
Oh yes, and in French.
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