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By Zu Vincent
This article was published on 12.23.04
BaT Comics owner Trent Walsh, an Army reservist, called for active duty.
By Josh Indar
State appelate court rules against Wal-Mart Superstore plans in Bakersfield.
By Tom Gascoyne
Longtime planning commissioner booted off commission.
County hires expensive relicensing beak; BINTF accused of overlooking coke; No grocery strike.
whole lotta nuthin’ for Christmas.
Where political signs go to die.
Schools must offer more than just abstinence-only sex education.
By Heather Saunders Estes
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By C. Owsley Rain
By Mark Lore
When eighties classic pop group Huey Lewis & the News record a 25th anniversay DVD at the Sierra Nevada Big Room, CN&R’s intepid reporter has a great time infiltrating the proceedings.
The Den Art Collective uses found objects to create fresh, hip, buyer-friendly art.
Rolling Stone’s guide to the history of rock albums gets a fresh coat of paint.
Reviewed by Carla Resnick
A vivid novel about the world of narcotraffickers.
Reviewed by Robert Speer
The Power and the Glory: The Original Music and Voices of the NFL Films.
By Joseph Shufelberger
Po’ Girl is an all-female trio playing kick-back Americana.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Paradise bluesman Maurice “Big Mo” Huffman wins his way onto Montery Bay Blues Fest stage.
Peech puts on a peach of a show.
Henri remembers Christmas past.
By Henri Bourride
Lemony Thicket is impressive, but it may be too literary for its own good.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Spanglish delivers in the end, but it’s painful.
By Craig Blamer
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