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For our annual Who to Watch issue, CN&R editors put nine people in our sights.
By Evan Tuchinsky, Mark Lore, Melissa Daugherty, and Meredith J. Cooper
This article was published on 01.03.08
Did our 2007 designees turn out to be worth watching? Absolutely.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Although university President Paul Zingg insists a row of historic houses on Rio Chico Way will stand, local preservationists are worried.
By Robert Speer
As Ed McLaughlin rehabilitates, Vice Mayor Schwab pledges action on barriers like the one her Chico Velo friend hit.
Is pressure being put on the state Department of Justice to go easy on former Glenn County Superintendent Joni Samples? The Sacramento Valley Mirror wants to know.
Chico insurance agent Michael Reilley says too many of the laws going into effect in 2008 are “nanny laws.”
By Melissa Daugherty
Deadlines for the February presidential primary loom soon.
Attorney insists he’s going to force Chico Unified to get its CPRA act together.
Third-generation local doctor receives prestigious Physician Legacy Award.
A few things to look forward to in the year to come.
Environmental ‘bad boy’ Ted Norhaus talks about the need for a new eco-paradigm.
By Sena Christian
Whaling fleet steers clear of one species of whale, but others are still the target.
New study reveals multiple species of giraffe, many of which are endangered.
California officials will challenge the EPA’s decision to block the state’s carbon-reduction plan.
Learn loads about endangered species as you download the sounds of some of the rarest animals in the world.
The problem with the proposed M&T mine is simple: The location is all wrong.
How the best intentions went wrong in the Long’s Drugs case.
Time for the city to ensure the public can find what happened at a commission meeting in a timely manner.
By Richard Ek
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Chico astrologer Alexandra Karacostas predicts practicality in 2008.
By Meredith J. Cooper
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Knowing the impact of a negative review, the CN&R’s editor explains why we run them.
Rogue Theatre returns with Doubt at the 1078 Gallery.
By Emanuella Orr
Concert promoter Justin Maximov has been bringing music to Chico for nearly two decades—and he’s not letting up.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Vacationing Mark Lore hands over the reins to an illustrious contributor.
By Conrad Nystrom
Social networking, WebKinz, discount electronics and stalking your neighbors at EveryScape.
Sony pushes the mastering limits too far on Springsteen’s Magic.
By Michael Kuker
Sweden’s Shout Out Louds channel the spirit of The Cure.
By Karla Hernández
Working for a Nuclear Free City brings Manchester to the U.S., again.
By Ryan Foley
Seattle avant garde quartet returns to Chico.
Henri remembers Italy at Fortunatto’s Italian Restaurant.
By Henri Bourride
Alien vs. Predator sequel delivers with the body count.
By Craig Blamer
Film is boring as often as it is fun.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Family Guy and now Futurama. Now Fox just needs to bring back Firefly.
By Matthew Craggs
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