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What were the biggest stories of the year? Here are our picks.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 12.30.10
There were a lot more than 10 big stories this year.
Our annual compendium of the absurd, outrageous and puzzling.
The CN&R takes an eco-look back at 2010.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Online ride-share program helps campus-goers save money and the environment.
After long debate, Fish and Game designates protected water areas in So Cal.
EPA removes saccharin, a popular artificial-sweetener, from its naughty list.
Could squirrel become the new white meat?
Five tips for a greener new year.
Did Arnold deliver? Not when it comes to the state’s finances.
End anti-democratic rules: Get rid of dysfunctional Senate practices that create gridlock.
The U.S. Senate is a mess. Let’s dump it!
By Gary Francis
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Tatja Renee has held 70 jobs in her 42 years, but she’s finally found her passion—clearing people’s acne.
By Vic Cantu
Quotes for the end of 2010.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
CPS workers and their clients would all benefit from relaxed confidentiality rules.
By Robert Speer
Arts DEVO is in the awards-season spirit.
By Jason Cassidy
Chico poet Sally McNall’s new book of poetry touches on themes big and small.
Old 97’s are back.
By Mark Lore
Jason Moran evokes Monk on Ten.
By Jaime O'Neill
Arts DEVO makes friends with the music scene.
Henri rings in the New Year with cioppino.
By Henri Bourride
The Coen brothers’ version of True Grit adapts an old movie in an old genre, and somehow remains fresh.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Light and dark collide in Black Swan.
By Craig Blamer
CN&R’s senior film critic wraps up the year in film.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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