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Three generations of Sacramento women describe their family’s journey from slavery to the middle class life of American blacks.
By Nancy Brands Ward
This article was published on 12.11.08
Unemployment benefits don’t pay the bills.
By Seth Sandronsky
A UC Davis study predicts the extinction of native fish.
By Robert Speer
Ocean’s acidity levels on the rise, climate activists protest Environmental Defense and Californians recycle.
SN&R’s Eco-Warrior Princess takes her mother searching for sandhill cranes.
By Sena Christian
Second annual Organic Capital celebration takes place this Thursday.
Hydrogen fuel-cell technology in our backyard.
By Emily Scott
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
A man-child and a compulsive hugger.
By Joey Garcia
Both business and governments have a habit of making bad decisions.
By Bob Schmidt
Rock lives on with survivor and musician Trevor R. Todd.
By Kel Munger
The Mexican on virgins and treaties.
By Gustavo Arellano
What California needs is more politicians.
By Cosmo Garvin
Join our special joint project with Capital Public Radio.
During tough times, look around and consider its lessons.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Sacramento experiments with anti-gang signs.
By R.V. Scheide
Remembering the dead makes them present in our lives.
By Anna Barela
Jackson’s holiday stroll.
By Jackson Griffith
A quick look at notable exhibitions.
The brains behind Nine Inch Nails and his No. 1 fan in Sacramento chat.
By Alia Cruz
A new book follows the food all over the Central Valley.
By Kate Washington
Photographer Amanda Lopez shutterbugs her sneaks.
By Nick Miller
Painter Zachary Williams is not a communist.
By Josh Fernandez
The Coexist? Comedy Tour.
By Jenn Kistler
Welcome to the bizzare world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Emily Hughes of Davis.
By Emily W. Hughes
A post-marathon wrap-up.
This time around, Cinderella has balls. Figurative ones.
By Patti Roberts
Banh cuon is the new pho: Roll it, pat it, eat it.
By Greg Lucas
Sean Kohmescher of Temple Fine Coffee and Tea.
Hmong New Year at Cal Expo.
By Becky Grunewald
If there’s no cow, pho-get it.
A Brit-rock band from America.
Living Legends at Empire.
Wake up and entertain us.
Tricky Dick’s back.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Maggie Cheung’s marriage to the director didn’t last—and thank god for that.
Director Christophe Honoré hits all the right notes.
By Daniel Barnes
High-wire walking the World Trade Center.
Changing the face of China.
An obnoxiously loud hodgepodge of plots and style tics.
Shoulda been a miniseries.
Too late for Proposition 8 but right on time.
Buzz-worthy feel goodness.
Blame it on Montreal.
By Jim Lane
God bless us, even the token tight-ass white bitch.
Kidman, Jackman, Luhrmann: oh my!
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