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Tortured and threatened with death, an Iraqi man and his family flee their war-torn country for refuge in Sacramento.
By Ted Cox
This article was published on 01.29.09
Rancho Cordova church ministers to dozens of Arab immigrants now living in Sacramento.
Sacramento relief organization aids refugees from Iraq and around the globe.
A tough-on-crime Sacramento mom discovers her son is a pedophile.
By Amy Yannello
Israeli Jews speak out about the massacre in Gaza.
By Maggie Coulter
Environmental-justice advocates angry with their mainstream enviro friends.
Warning: Communities may fight back against privatizing of their public resources.
By Sena Christian
National Teach-in on Global Warming takes place on February 5.
Solar Cookers International touts the benefit of the sun’s power to heat food.
By Emily Scott
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
The fear of aging and a lady who can’t keep a man.
By Joey Garcia
How Twilight sets an unreasonable standard for men.
Even his kid dances.
By Julie De La Torre
The Mexican on anti-immigration and warming up jalopies.
By Gustavo Arellano
Richard Aguirre for governor.
By Cosmo Garvin
Despite what “Yes on 8” forces say, the public has an iron-clad right to know where the money came from and where it went.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Problem: the Bush recession. Possible answer: Church.
By Anna Barela
After a year of scandals, the Sacramento Public Library seems to be on the rebound. Our writer spends a couple days at the Central branch, looking for drama in all the wrong places.
By Nick Miller
A writer steaks her unique claim on the raw-food craze.
By Becky Grunewald
Louise Erdrich’s short-story collection invokes moving passions.
By John Freeman
Sweep the leg, take a jog.
By Jenn Kistler
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
By Katie McMillin
Welcome to the bizzare world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Jeanine Stevens of Sacramento.
By Jeanine Stevens
Gonna eat the shit out of some nachos when we find ’em, though.
By Daniel Barnes
“This is a special, special project. Don’t miss this first installment.”
By Jeff Hudson
Basically, it pulsates.
By Patti Roberts
By Kel Munger
Not a review featuring Mrs. Lucas. Nope.
By Greg Lucas
Makin’ fruitcake look good.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Actually, technically, it’s the shoulder.
Finally, a real pub.
Jae Synth is Sacramento’s King of Beats.
By Josh Fernandez
He helps you with good music; now it’s your turn.
Get these kids some chops to score.
Oscar-nominated foreign animation.
By Jim Lane
Brazilian Hollywood comedy.
Even a fantasy needs its own rules.
Finally in Sacramento theaters, after so long …
Zellweger and Connick Jr. have nice “chemistry.”
By Jonathan Kiefer
In the tradition of Commando and The Professional.
New weird sexual positions.
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