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Looking back on the top stories of 2006.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 12.28.06
There were more than 10 big stories in 2006. Here are some of the others.
Ill-conceived actions that left us shaking our heads.
Keep city government open.
The Decider draws a blank.
Individuals of means need to take direct action.
By Rory Rottschalk
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
William EverOne creates a mural in the City Plaza.
By Marisol Salgado
The life of a newspaper mogul changed radically after one fateful party foul.
By Richard Ek
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Evan Tuchinsky
A rundown of the year’s happenings in local art.
By Jason Cassidy
A look back at the films that made an impact in 2006.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Being young, looking back on 2006 and a fond remembrance of the late John LaPado.
By Mark Lore
Some of Depeche Mode’s best noticibly absent from The Best Of
Old Crow Medicine Show’s latest captures energy of their live performances.
By Michael Kuker
Teen angst takes a backseat to adult style.
By Matthew Craggs
CN&R’s music writers offer up their Best-of lists for 2006.
Henri receives a surprise visit from his … sister?!
By Henri Bourride
One last time in the ring is just plain embarrassing.
The Good Shepherd is meaty but dry.
Woody Allen creates a great little offbeat mystery.
By Meredith J. Cooper
By Craig Blamer
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