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What Obama can learn from California’s failed health-care reform.
By Matt Perry
This article was published on 07.09.09
A quick look around the health-care dictionary.
Those without health insurance may not be who you think they are.
The Sacramento rocket maker greens its image with a big clean-energy project.
By Janelle Weiner
The Sacramento treasurer’s office moves toward more socially responsible investing.
By Anthony Pignataro
In praise of urban Sacramento area gardens.
By Jenn Kistler
Sacramentans love to throw their yard waste in the streets—but soon it will cost you.
By Ted Cox
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
For the record, this woman has a “ghostly” intruder. The kind that doesn’t exist.
By Joey Garcia
Why should this mom’s son fear the future?
By Alison Rood
SN&R’s north Sac move is sealed into fate on a special date.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Paint a picture—or puncture a hole in your flesh.
By Derek Nielsen
The Mexican talks on immigration and names some names.
By Gustavo Arellano
Why is there no library or boulevard named for this man?
By Cosmo Garvin
What’s wrong with Mayor Kevin Johnson’s petition drive?
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Some folks think guns and church mix. This Christian disagrees.
By Terri Kent-Enborg
Doug Biggert’s hitchhiker photos hardly escaped the local photographer’s Midtown apartment.
By Rachel Leibrock
The Trash Film Orgy returns, again, this summer.
Former Sacramento suburbanite found peace in the salty sea.
The Sacramento Shakespeare Festival gives the Bard that ’40s swing feeling.
By Jeff Hudson
Lots of parted lips this month at JayJay.
Camille Claudel at John Natsoulas Gallery.
End-of-the-year group show at Pamela Skinner/Gwenna Howard Contemporary Art.
Seven top choices for beach books.
By Kel Munger
A move—slightly—toward a more cabaret-style show at Cosmo Cabaret.
Local photographer Andy Pischalnikoff: flame shooter.
By Nick Miller
Welcome to the bizzare world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Thomas Goff of Sacramento.
By Thomas Goff
Moments from an American weekend.
En garde! Four hunks and a tough chick take on Cardinal Richelieu.
Magnificent, with great attention to detail.
By Greg Lucas
Patrick Mulvaney on the ways of pork.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Ice-cream goodness at the Yolo Fruit Stand.
By Becky Grunewald
Connect the cocktail dots.
Sacramento reggae band Storytellers shares tales of lands far and wide.
Buy Zuhg’s new CD.
Be nice to Sacramento Valley bands.
Think 280 beats per minute.
By J.J. Caldeira
So, should Coldplay be opening for them?
By John Phillips
The Australian band’s North America debut.
Zach Hill, twiggy boys, auditory punishment, Dog Party bar gigs, Baby!, dude with protective earphones, Angus Young, New Faces, Brandon Tyler, lap dances.
Sacha Baron Cohen is out of control.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Never get stuck in the crossfire of a hillbilly blood feud. Never.
By Jim Lane
Sparkling with benevolence as it cracks with contrivance.
Apparently it’s possible to come of age alone in the void.
A franchise of diminishing returns.
A commanding Stephen Frears film—when it gathers some force behind it.
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