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From Saigon to Sacramento, a South Vietnamese general’s journey proves old soldiers don’t fade away, they stick together.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 12.04.08
Can the city hold music backers responsible for the actions of bands?
By Nick Miller
For this service provider, getting clients to dispose of used needles may be just the first step.
By Kel Munger
Look for SN&R’s updated timeline at the beginning of each month.
Japan begins whaling season, California lists chemical and PETA makes a request.
Welcome to bling, blight and kicking beams at SN&R’s new building.
By Sena Christian
It means to maximize your gas mileage.
Local organic farmer Suzanne Ashworth spreads her knowledge.
By Ted Cox
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Dr. Thupten Jinpa drops a little science.
By Joey Garcia
When reading the morning paper makes you want to go back to bed.
By David Watts Barton
Wine is fine but liquor is quicker.
You’ve been phonetically punked.
By Gustavo Arellano
Merry Christmas! Pay raises for everybody!
The initiative process should be a last resort for citizens, not a first one for special interests.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
No ideas, concepts or religious doctrine. Just peace.
By Keleigh Friedrich
Jackson goes to the Art Foundry.
By Jackson Griffith
An emcee with cancer spreads beats, rhymes and life.
By Derek Nielsen
Hacker turned TV star Joe Grand.
Post-racial? Only when we’re post-discrimination.
Ten designers unite for the night.
By Amber Mortensen
Writer Adam Braver comes to The Avid Reader.
Welcome to the bizzare world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Suzanne Roberts of Sacramento.
By Suzanne Roberts
Former SN&R staffer chimes in from India.
By Becca Costello
Holiday haters will love this play.
Spry sprites and lovely lovers.
Christmas, family, lovey-doveyness.
By Patti Roberts
Lounge on 20 makes for an appealing evening.
By Greg Lucas
A gluten-free binge.
French wine in Germany? Get out!
By Chris Shimoda
Pussy Whip, Gummy Peckers and more at G-Spot.
By Josh Fernandez
Music reviews—local and beyond.
By Josh Fernandez, and Tony King
Poems and music.
Christmas songs, remixes and Del the Funky Homosapien.
Gus Van Sant’s latest, starring Sean Penn.
By Jonathan Kiefer
George Clooney’s no Cary Grant.
By Daniel Barnes
Yoga classes are an abomination.
Charlize Theron is actually a goddess-lover.
Will Farrell’s naked body, mmm.
Actually, it’s more like concert footage.
Part three in the riveting series …
By Jim Lane
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