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People we think are worth keeping an eye on in 2006.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 01.05.06
Candidates for the District 3 County Supervisor seat square off.
By Josh Indar
Former Ridge euthanasia advocate Roger Graham in trouble after advocating that people visit his adopted country of Cambodia—if they wish to end their own lives.
It’s true; the governor is proposing a one-year freeze on fee increases at CSUs and UCs.
By Devanie Angel
County will seek disaster area designation.
Citizens group keeps the presure on medical waste company.
By Mark Lore
City building may or not be art facility; New assistant city manager named; locals start new local bank; Sorority girls hire civil rights lawyer to fight school’s new Greek rules.
Most livable places to live.
Developer’s lawsuit against the city stinks.
The importance of preserving the judicial process.
By Michael Simonovich
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Josh Mills is that bookstore guy.
By Jason Cassidy
A year’s worth of quotable quotes from the past year’s columns.
By C. Owsley Rain
Shreddin’ it at your place, big gift for Enloe, pets find homes and story research.
The Lee Simpson Band delivers well-realized, professional-quality, and fun music to LaSalles.
By Carey Wilson
The crème de la crème of film in 2005.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
By Daniel Donnelly
Proof that America has lurched politically to the extreme right.
Reviewed by Tom Gascoyne
Pandora breaks down music to create personal playlists.
Twerps need not attend.
Miles Davis live set captures fiery innovation.
Bluegrass duo keeps it simple on latest release.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
The music nerds of La Dolce Vita gear up for their first tour.
New cheese steak shop not so hot.
Aussie horror flick kicks it up a notch.
By Craig Blamer
Underrated director delivers seductive drama.
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