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From StarCraft to World of Warcraft, welcome to a generation’s gaming obsession.
By Gabriel Francisco
This article was published on 12.18.08
StarCraft summons wizards and creates storms. Now that’s a game!
Psychological battles are part of the game.
World of Warcraft’s completely malleable online universe.
The new mayor answers 12 questions in 20 minutes!
By R.V. Scheide
Green tips for the holidays, bicycling incentive in the bailout bill and tuna fishing.
SN&R’s Eco-Warrior Princess experiments with natural personal beauty products.
By Sena Christian
Workshop teaches kids how to reuse and recycle materials into gifts.
Students at Laguna Creek High take clean-technology lessons.
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
When God doesn’t answer, Santa might.
By Joey Garcia
First photographed exoplanets may help scientists better understand our solar system.
By Jenn Kistler
Capitol Barber Shop’s owner and barber Carlos Romo.
By Josh Fernandez
The Mexican with a Christmas shopping list for gabachos’ favorite Mexicans!
By Gustavo Arellano
Sacramento City Hall vs. the trees.
By Cosmo Garvin
Why not substitute donations for gifts?
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Shop local and give the rest to the poor.
Tradition? Not yet, but keep at it.
By Kel Munger
Moral of the story: Don’t leave your bike at Ace Hardware.
By Jackson Griffith
Stooping to all-new lows, from imposter shepherd’s pie to Vegetarians Anonymous.
By Jenn Kistler, and Nick Miller
Food for thought on the eve of our most gluttonous days.
By Chris Shimoda
New poetry from Maureen N. McLane and Sharon Olds.
Did somebody say “Satan”?
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Elsie Whitlow Feliz of Meadowview.
By Elsie Whitlow Feliz
Hella frizzin’ cold edition.
By Nick Miller
Good, evil and little baby Jesus. Aww.
By Jeff Hudson
Teen angst, bad boys and American racism.
Los Primos in Elk Grove vs. Los Amigos in West Sacramento.
By Greg Lucas
Former SN&R critic Kate Washington reminisces.
By Ann Martin Rolke
One of Sacramento’s best tortas destinations.
Chef William Rolle’s foie gras.
By Becky Grunewald
Embrace electro. Everyone will be A-OK. I hope.
Help a good deejay out, will you?
Four stars for the French mouse.
By Jim Lane
This is a mockumentary.
Hunter Thompson, warts and all.
By Daniel Barnes
Flashbacks and flash-forwards equal confusing, bro.
Serious enough to borrow its title from Robert Graves.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Save the environment … and McDonald’s.
It’s Delgo, not Dildo.
Not a frame worth viewing.
Jim Carrey’s restive humor will not be denied.
Quick gift ideas that will bring delight to your loved ones.
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