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A year into the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, Sacramento is undeniably starting to feel the hurt.
By Sasha Abramsky
This article was published on 01.08.09
Jerry Brown tells Sacramento to get moving on climate-change plan.
By Cosmo Garvin
A front-line report on Israel’s invasion of the Gaza Strip.
By Maggie Coulter
Greenpeace survey ranks Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op second for its commitment to sustainable seafood.
Wherein the Eco-Warrior Princess reviews the importance of green building.
By Sena Christian
Galt hosts annual Winter Bird Festival on Saturday, January 17.
Tips for choosing eco-friendly household cleaning products.
By Ted Cox
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Prediction: In 2009 men will still suck.
By Joey Garcia
Sen. Barbara Boxer’s just-released report outlines local hurt, national fix.
By Barbara Boxer
Walk the dog before the dog walks you.
By Nick Miller
The Mexican on dancing, your mom and midgets. Many, many midgets.
Obama’s $1 trillion stimulus plan: Bring on the boondoggles.
To solve perennial budget problem? Eliminate the two-thirds vote requirement.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
How American Jews can save the Middle East.
By R.V. Scheide
Byzantine-inspired architecture meets contemporary worship.
By Anna Barela
A quick look at notable exhibitions.
Raised by a sociopath, a local author rediscovers her life story.
By Kel Munger
Better know a country: Read its books.
By Traci J. Macnamara
Or understanding form, content, time and space with Sacramento conceptual artist Stephen Kaltenbach.
Lob, the musician, poet, visual artist, As some Qs.
By Josh Fernandez
The Tango and giggles diet.
By Jenn Kistler
More environmental docs than you can shake a stick at—just don’t cut that tree down.
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Laurenne Davison of Natomas.
By Laurenne Davison
The author’s straight. Straight to bed.
A few more changes to this season, thanks to economic conditions.
By Jeff Hudson
Follow the light.
By Greg Lucas
Michael Tuohy, chef at The Citizen Hotel’s new eats.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Revisiting Daniel Pont of La Bonne Soupe Café.
It’s a whole lotta cheese, duh.
By Chris Shimoda
Sol Peligro’s Sam Miranda: media hater.
R. Kelly weighs in on Religious Girls.
Free Blood, Shaun Slaughter, Nice Monster, the Insomniaks, Nodzzz, Fancie!
Clint Eastwood’s final star vehicle?
By Jonathan Kiefer
Lars von Trier won an award for this film and threw it in the gutter.
By Daniel Barnes
The dude from Iron Man in blackface is not funny.
Leo and Kate deserve better!
By Jim Lane
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