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SN&R talks to the famed cycler Lance Armstrong as he prepares to ride in Sacramento.
By James Raia
This article was published on 02.12.09
Sacramento is ground zero for Tour of California.
An Armstrong timeline.
Local workers protest hostile takeover of their union.
By Seth Sandronsky
Meet the religious faces behind Proposition 8.
By Kel Munger
Look for SN&R’s updated timeline at the beginning of each month.
Poor turnout at a community meeting doesn’t ruin resident’s hope for change.
A writer and her mom go searching for the good stuff.
By Sena Christian
Now’s your chance to participate in the Natural Talent Design Competition.
Enviro Bro takes to the airwaves to push green agenda.
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
Here’s your advice, Spielberg.
By Joey Garcia
Real change requires us to own up—publicly—to the shredding of the Constitution.
Anthony “The Barber” Giannotti goes solo.
By Josh Fernandez
The Mexican on yerbas and manual labor.
By Gustavo Arellano
One Johnson created the initiative process, another tried using it.
By Cosmo Garvin
A “celebration garden” is planned in memory of the former mayor of Davis.
Time to earn your keep, budgeteers.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Amidst a world in chaos, President Barack Obama searches for the right medicine.
By R.V. Scheide
Four ex-bishops back in. But one is a Holocaust denier. What’s a pope to do?
By Anne Gonzales
Painter Jeff Musser at MidMo Gallery.
40 Acres Art Gallery’s group show.
Great Depression photographer Dorothea Lange at the CSUS Library Gallery.
What Is This Thing Called Love?; a group show at La Raza Galería Posada.
Dave Lane at the Richard L. Nelson Gallery at UC Davis.
William O’Daly chose between economy and translating Pablo Neruda’s Poetry.
Here’s a simple version: Evolution is true.
By Sheryl Beauvais
An event of note from the weekly calendar.
By Jenn Kistler
My Roots/Mis Raices, Paintings by Alex Escalante at the SMUD Gallery.
Welcome to the bizarre world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Ann Wehrman of Sacramento.
By Ann Wehrman
Paul Imagine’s solo show will be punk and bloody.
The soul-grinding racism of apartheid.
Nothing is sacred in the world of David Mamet.
By Jeff Hudson
By Patti Roberts
A Valentine’s Day gift.
Salt-and-pepper shrimp, ladies free B4 11 p.m.
By Greg Lucas
Web critic and food writer Greg Sabin.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Hangtown fry and blackberry pie.
By Becky Grunewald
It was a night of music and dance in a barn, OK?
Mic Jordan is a slippery fellow.
Friday nights are so radical.
The perfect bad guy for imperfect times.
By Jim Lane
Early Eastwood: Introducing psycho stalkers really, really well.
Where’s Roman, though?
By Daniel Barnes
A tale of two Jens, a Gin and empty calories.
Ooh, pretty birdcage.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Not a Tim Burton film.
Push harder, maybe.
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