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Democrat contenders all use the ‘C’ word, but who can really deliver it?
By David Moberg
This article was published on 01.31.08
Recently unveiled Hillary: The Movie previews what’s sure to come in her opponents’ campaign ads.
By Stephanie Menicmer
‘He’s not actually going to win, right?’ That question, and particularly its source, illuminates the spectrum of stereotyping.
By Niall Stanage
Why so little media exposure? That’s what happens when you buck the big-bucksters.
By Ted Rall
How front-running Democrats compare on key issues.
Professional cage fighter Shawn Bias admits he was on drugs the night he got into a tussle with Oroville police officers, but he and his family question why near-lethal force was necessary.
By Ginger McGuire
The governor’s proposed budget is unlikely to be approved in its current form, but local agencies must prepare for the worst anyway.
By Toni Scott
Among the presidential candidates, Barack Obama and Ron Paul are the only ones who have generated enthusiastic local campaigns.
By Bryce Benson
After more than 11 years of contention, Butte County supervisors vote 3-2 to deny Baldwin Contracting Co. a permit to build a gravel mine on the M&T Ranch.
Republican heavyweights lining up behind a conservative to replace Doolittle.
County elections chief Candace Grubbs is starting to worry that people might not mail in their ballots on time.
New report: Michigan woman may have tried to kill her romantic rival herself.
When you were born, as in first, second or third, may determine your physical health.
Local artist Roger Braddy turns unwanted material into whimsical creations.
By Ty Gorton
The United States ranks at the bottom for environmental performance among the “Group of 8” industrialized nations.
A Swedish university takes in nearly $600,000 to study bovine belches.
Animal-rights and consumers groups opposed to meat and milk from cloned animals.
New center aims to inspire kids to take care of the Earth.
There are reasons why the state faces a chronic budget crisis, and it’s not just our leaders’ fault. It’s also ours.
The CN&R’s primary picks, all on one printable page.
Electrical service failures are far from inevitable and unpreventable.
By Paul Cella
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Jason Murray, aka Chris Topher, aka Giligadi, takes an idea and runs with it.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Some things are plain wrong … others kinda sorta wrong.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
How an Edwards enthusiast turned into a Barack backer.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Artist captures the “independent American spirit” in his latest exhibit.
Artists are jumping into the worlds of video games.
By Clive Thompson
Livin’ in the ’90s again with good ol’ Vomit Launch — thanks, Wackness!
By Mark Lore
Latest offering from beloved children’s author not quite up to par.
By Charles H. Peckham V
The Mac leaves others in the dust … again; the game inside your head; finally, home laser hair removal for pasty people!; free video games are the wave of the future; and the Wacky Web site of the Week.
By Morgan Paar
A throwback to late-'60s riff rock—done right.
By Ryan Foley
The Reverend leads a new group on Hi-Fi Stereo.
By Miles Jordan
The 2008 Monster Piano Concert gets a sizeable group tickling the ivories.
Henri weathers the January storms with No-Knead Bread.
By Henri Bourride
Daniel Day-Lewis gets diabolical in There Will Be Blood.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Death-by-Web flick Untraceable tiptoes into new territory.
By Meredith J. Cooper
A deeper look into the psyche of Kurt Cobain.
By Craig Blamer
Students push a ballot initiative to stop tuition hikes at state universities.
By Monica Unhold, and Seth Sandronsky
Study looks into how students learn and what they’re really doing in school.
Rent party; men in tight tights; free Spanish classes; and leaders can learn something, too.
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