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Northstate writer Kim Stanley Robinson’s new novel about what happens after an abrupt climate change is an ambitious cultural weapon in the global-warming wars.
By Ralph Brave
This article was published on 01.12.06
New store competes with family market with tragic past.
By Alexis Harmon
By Jordan Wittman
County, BCEA butt heads over contract negotiations.
By Josh Indar
Assemblyman LaMalfa says no break in killing death row inmates.
By Tom Gascoyne
Not your average dirty movie.
By Devanie Angel
Teachers’ negotiations with CUSD have stalled.
Bec shuffles deck; Two Outlaw lefties tapped by Cubs; City has new management team in place.
One line summary.
Yes, let’s raise the wage, even if it only means raising workers’ pay by half a loaf of bread per hour.
By Dan Irving
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
A talk with the man rebuilding Downtown Plaza Park.
Multi-image Network closes, Costco expands, Crabb honored, Zingg leads tour to Scotland.
Quills brings the subversive art of the Marquis de Sade to the Blue Room.
By Carey Wilson
It’s more than just a walk in the park.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
By Mark Lore
A penetrating look at the world of dirty movies.
Reviewed by Local Bastard
Cookie is cool, but can make you feel crappy, too.
Web site gives public a chance to donate to under-funded schools.
Harp Blowout brings out the big names at the Big Room.
Wine and Coke go well with ketchup on filet mignon.
By K.B. Baker
Spielberg delivers thorough account of 1972 Olympics massacre.
By Craig Blamer
Lottsa skin, lottsa blood, but not a Quentin Tarantino film.
Clapton, Baker and Bruce still rock with the best of ’em.
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