Issue: June 12, 2014
Good morning, readers!
This week's feature story is a bit of a mystery. Local writer and
educator (and former CN&R staffer) Josh Indar recently received an
anonymous package on his front porch. In this essay, he reveals not only
what's inside--is it a bomb? a dead rat? a magical unicorn?--but what it
unlocks within him.
In other news: I had a chance to hear what the State of Jefferson
supporters are rallying for, as well as how the Board of Supervisors
decided to handle a proposal to get behind the movement (watch out for
some snarky comments!); columnist Toni Scott finds out the truth behind
a rumor involving Big Al's; Arts Devo throws a few back in celebration
of /Brew Dogs/ coming to Chico; and food writer extraordinaire Henri
Bourride writes about grinding his meat.
Of course, there's more. So, as always, read on!
Meredith J. Graham, associate editor