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Hope and change. Hate and war. Out-of-control spending and sexual obsession. Any way you diagnose it, 2008 was a very bipolar year.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 01.01.09
Air-district officials check out complaints that roof tarring made residents sick.
By Sena Christian
The FBI spied on folk singer Utah Phillips.
By Robert Speer
Look for SN&R’s updated timeline at the beginning of each month.
Bush administration enacts last-minute changes to the Endangered Species Act.
Relocalize Sacramento! plans to grow sustainable communities.
Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival takes place January 9 to 11.
How to get your freak on in an eco-friendly way.
By Sarah Smith
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
It’s ‘09: Get nude.
By Joey Garcia
What’s the Proposition 8 strategy going forward?
By Roy V. Lewis
Jeff Musser: Artist, dog painter, disgruntled Happy Meal designer.
By Josh Fernandez
Blight at the end of the tunnel.
By Cosmo Garvin
A look back at the dysfunctional, ominous, scary yet hope-filled year we just survived in Sacramento and across the country.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Race to the Bottom predicts the top 10 news events of 2009.
When college students try new things, what happens to their faith?
By Megan Hanson
America, the gluttonous!
By Jackson Griffith
Who needs another list? You do.
R.V. Scheide’s best book picks for 2008.
Here are 2008’s books worth pulling an all-nighter to finish.
By Kel Munger
Check out the Sacramento History Museum.
By Jenn Kistler
The Women will show free at Auburn Library.
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by William S. Gainer of Grass Valley.
By William S. Gainer
They say Sacramento’s a lot like Austin.
By Nick Miller
SN&R’s theater critics dish out some prizes. And just plain dish.
By Jeff Hudson, Kel Munger, and Patti Roberts
The salsa bar rocks hard.
By Greg Lucas
Paul Somerhausen on grocery shopping.
By Ann Martin Rolke
A thanks to two sushi chefs.
That’s some Mien heat.
Carlos “Cawzlos” Lopez answers stupid questions with smart answers.
Metal the way Satan likes it.
T.O.P. rocks out in youth-friendly Roseville.
Glibness on the big screen.
By Jim Lane
Another mouse movie.
Lucky son of a bitch turns into Brad Pitt.
By Jonathan Kiefer
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