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Good times, bad times, you know we had our share.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 12.31.09
The Thomas Paine Society fights back against Glenn Beck.
By Kevin Uhrich
Bundle up and start planning a home garden and crop swap.
By Jenn Kistler
UC Davis transformed a student cafeteria into a sustainable eating
By Greg Lucas
Love, hate, indifference—readers express their opinions, sometimes about each other.
A prodigal son returns to the anger of a teenage brother. Drama, drama,
By Joey Garcia
Can public service become thrilling again?
By Chuck McIntyre
What Al Gore and my daughter taught me.
By Jeff vonKaenel
Two fencing maestros bring classic techniques into the modern age.
By Pieter Van Tatenhove
The Mexican thanks la Virgen for employment, looks back at ’09,
deals with more bigots and announces Sacramento’s winning Mexican
By Gustavo Arellano
Former Kings owner tells how to get shit done.
By Cosmo Garvin
The greenest tech of all; Opposition growing in Uganda.
Sacramento’s hits and misses for 2009.
This week’s cartoon from the mind of John Kloss.
Now we stand at the dawn of 2010, pausing for the most micro of
nanoseconds before we continue this hurtle toward the abyss.
By Rachel Leibrock
In which the writer stares deeply into a somewhat cloudy crystal ball.
Thirty movies that should have rocked your world in the aughts.
By Daniel Barnes, Jim Lane, and Jonathan Kiefer
Get your motor running for a motorcycle exhibit at California
Beauty and the Beast with a groaning French accent.
Xanadu puts ’80s pop back in the limelight for Broadway
By Kel Munger
This new book by SN&R contributor Sasha Abramsky looks at how the
president forms his ideas and views of the world.
Richard Dawkins’ The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for
Evolution keeps it simple: Evolution is a fact.
Zoe Keithley’s new poetry collection moves as if on air.
Images Theatre Company has hit a rough spot and needs tax-deductible
donations to keep the doors open.
Welcome to the bizzare world of Doug Ogg.
A poem by Kathleen Lynch of Sacramento.
By Kathleen Lynch
Armed MILFs, Al Franken smackdowns, chili doggin’.
By Nick Miller
Here’s a peek at what the board treaders and set builders thought
of Sac’s 2009 theater scene.
The Corner does it well.
Sparkling wine is a New Year’s Eve partier’s best friend.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Cheese used to be a way to preserve milk—imagine putting that on
When it comes to sturgeon farming, exceptions apply to the rules.
By Alastair Bland
Fries are perfection across the Rubicon.
Anton Barbeau, rising YouTube star, talks about his new album.
By Josh Fernandez
We’re saving your ass with this last-minute NYE pick.
New Year’s Eve don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got
Get those blues out.
Funky soul on a psychedelic trip.
The (English) Beat goes on.
The best music of the decade.
Does anyone who wrote this film actually understand the English
By Jim Lane
Rob Marshall takes on … Federico Fellini?!
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