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As a major motion picture hits theaters, no one really knows the identity of Northern California’s most notorious serial killer—but not for a lack of trying.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 03.01.07
North State prosecutors have little to show for auto-body busts except dropped cases and the specter of civil litigation.
By Evan Tuchinsky, and Laura Hauser
Author-activist Frances Moore Lappé says Chico’s commitment to sustainability is just the kind of democratic activism the country needs.
By Marisol Salgado
Despite their reticence and dislike of the issue, county supervisors narrowly approve a medical-marijuana ID card program.
By Bryce Benson
Watchdog group busts local TV station for presenting Allstate-produced release as real news.
By Colin Thompson
The folks who want to turn the Redwood Forest into a candy store are running into unnecessary flak, the restaurant’s owners say.
By Brad Brown
Chico State says the water’s fine; CSU faculty ready to strike; unlikely death at Enloe.
Which Chico musicians are hits on MySpace?
California’s effort to have one of the earliest presidential primaries is wrong-headed; here’s an alternative.
Why does the United States need to maintain more than 700 military bases in other people’s countries?
Who’s good and who’s bad? Who really knows?
By Richard Ek
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Mark Skinner tends the cemetery.
By Laura Hauser
Culture Vulture visits Chico’s punk rock past. Or does it visit him?
By C. Owsley Rain
By Evan Tuchinsky
Laurie Lewis and Ralph Stanley pick some winners at Laxson.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Poet and scholar Gary Snyder will bring his expansive worldview and poetic sensibility to Chico for a don’t-miss talk at Laxson.
By Robert Speer
An addiction to Adam Ant … err … records; the CAMMIES are back and a new addition to the CN&R.
By Mark Lore
A preview of the official 2007 CAMMIES Ballot.
Jimmy Carter’s latest books puts him under fire again.
Reviewed by Colin Thompson
Australian film site offers thorough look at cinama across the globe.
How the Internet is being used in the “war” on and for terror.
By Morgan Paar
After more than a decade of changes and success, AFI remains grounded.
By Barbara Manning
Uncle Vito’s N.Y. Pizza brings a slice of East Coast out West.
By C. Moore
Forest Whitaker excels, but The Last King of Scotland falls short.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Rich drama looks at the life of a young woman struggling to keep her child.
By Jaime O'Neill
Scorsese’s Oscar-winner scores as a remake; DVD scores with extras.
By Michael Kuker
By Meredith J. Cooper
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