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Home-based businesses may represent both the past and future of American business.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 02.17.05
By Josh Indar
A roundup of local entreprenuers who work out of their homes.
One line summary.
By Mark Lore
City Council cuts down cell tower proposal for Hooker Oak.
By Tom Gascoyne
New owners of El Rey ask city for parking help.
10-year-old salesman cited for arson.
The ad-hoc group SUBS is trying to figure out how to balance the schools budget without closing campuses.
No bible class in Paradise; Chicoan, pitcher Briles dies; Enloe union vote validated.
Half of U.S. bankruptcies are due to the high cost of medical care.
Make voting systems accountable.
Bush admin. has another torture problem.
Don’t balance the school district budget on the backs of the teachers.
By George A. Young
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Meet Preston Powers, blues enthusiast, baseball collector and shoe repairman.
By Robert Speer
By C. Owsley Rain
By Devanie Angel
Body Worlds Exhibition features anotomical presentations of real human bodies.
By Dan Cohen
Blue Room’s Nickel & Dimed fleshes out story of minimum-wage existence.
By MaryRose Lovgren
San Francisco by stairway.
Reviewed by Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Trail of Dead releases Worlds Apart, less purposeful than Source Tags, yet still a powerful follow-up.
By Radar General
Say what? A bunch of indie artists putting out background music?
By Sophie Speer
The Vern Williams Band serves up the ultimate in bluegrass.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Merle Haggard and his band of Strangers bring Feather Falls crowd to its feet.
By John LaPado
Joel R.L. Phelps & the Downer Trio and Treasure State bring downer rock to Fulcrum Records.
By Jason Cassidy
Henri prepares the staff of life.
By Henri Bourride
Despite a conventional plot, Hitch brings plenty of fun to the romantic comedy.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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