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Why wait years or decades for fuel-cell vehicles, California energy czar S. David Freeman asks, when we can start kicking our oil habit today?
Courtesy Of Cosmo Garvin
This article was published on 05.01.03
County hopes to capitalize on PG&E screwup with Poe plant FERC license.
By Josh Indar
Artist drew from ‘poetry garden’ concept.
By Devanie Angel
Pervo math teacher in trouble again.
Developers showing signs of distrust for new council majority.
By Tom Gascoyne
Paltry turnout for A.S. runoff.
Parade politics, juvie jinxes, an A.G. plea and a school site surprise.
Get the loan, get the home.
Who stands to profit from the war in Iraq?
By Melanie Carlson
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
When a note is not a love note.
Cloning will save genetic heritage of Northern California’s most famous orange tree.
By Richard Ek
Butte College stages an excellent Don Juan in Chico.
Bacardi unleashes a new tequila-infused rum.
30th anniversary of Pink Floyd “masterpiece” worth owning.
By John W. Young
Kaito is a sharp Brit indie-rock quartet that shows promise.
By Chris Baldwin
A talk with legendary folk singer Greg Brown about his greatness.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Opera Workshop fails in passion.
A rockin’ Saturday night shakes up Marco’s in Corning.
After being mercilessly dumped by “L.,” the author finds solace in cinema—and Shubert’s.
By Henri Bourride
Confidence could use a confident script.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Director Mangold’s Identity mostly steers clear of cliché “stalk-n-slash” genre conventions.
By Craig Blamer
Beatles Anthology series finally shows up on DVD, loud and clear.
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