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Who to watch in 2007? CN&R editors identify 10 people certain to make headlines.
By Evan Tuchinsky, Mark Lore, and Robert Speer
This article was published on 01.04.07
Were the people we picked in 2006 as newsworthy as we expected?
City wants concessions for street closure.
By Richard Ek
The discount chain hits a detour on development plans.
By Robert Speer
Councilmembers are concerned about what thousands of gravel trucks will do to city streets.
Energy efficiency and sustainability have become as important to Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. as the quality of its beers and ales.
By Marisol Salgado
For the first time in many years, California’s schools are about to get a significant increase in money for arts education.
By Sophie Speer
Council liberals flex muscles with commission appointments; whole council supports the arts.
Some of the words that reigned 2006.
What Saddam’s execution video says about the new Iraq.
The sorry state of California’s kids.
Consumers need to find a way to make their voices heard.
By Joe Canzoneri
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Glenn Arbuckle owns and runs his “old-school” auto shop.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
By C. Owsley Rain
By Evan Tuchinsky
A look at what’s happening in local performing arts for 2007.
By Mark Lore
Two beermakers set out to create the perfect pint.
By Meredith J. Cooper
A look back at 2007; shrinking genetalia at One Mile; a memorial for the late, great John LaPado.
Not much new in Version 2.0, but latest Alton Brown book still useful to amateur cooks.
Reviewed by Michael Kuker
Webcam Christmas, robot rights, bling drives and underwater cables.
By Morgan Paar
Jazz pianist Eldar wise beyond his years.
By Jaime O'Neill
The Americas and Stationary Legs and Chip Tankgirl begin winter touring season with old-fashioned Chico house show.
By Jason Cassidy
Stick ‘n Dip’s menu has so many options, it’s impossible to choose just one.
Black Christmas another reason to be thankful the holidays are over.
Jet Li’s latest strong on all counts.
Animaniacs still funny after all these years.
By Matthew Craggs
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