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HDTV in Chico is a long way off, but don’t expect to be told that at the big-box stores.
By Josh Indar
This article was published on 06.19.03
Everything you never wanted to know about digital.
By John W. Young
FCC action and industry response timeline:
Butte County med-pot advocates against “rogue” dispensary.
Bomb threats at local McDonald’s and car dealership have FBI checking out the vegetarians.
By Tom Gascoyne
Recording studio allegedly shared space with meth lab.
By Devanie Angel
Now under new ownership, Craig Hall will undergo extensive renovations, estimated to cost $2 million, to improve the rundown resident hall.
By Kristina Seward
Lindo Channel encroachments, SUVs.
Recalling Davis will do more harm than good.
Bush nomination to Ninth Circuit Appeals Court has troubling track record.
By Wendy Balazik
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
This artist makes his points with points.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Sports LTD looks great, downtown sees changes and daughters of former stationery store owner want to see the record set straight.
Did you avoid me because of my race?
Local radio DJ Solid Rock provides an overview of 2003’s Sierra Nevada World Music Festival in Calaveras County.
By Solid Rock
Blue Room’s Fresh Ink one-acts funniest in years.
By Craig Blamer
Birdcage’s Clowns a bit stilted.
By Jason Cassidy
Northern State femmes provide some fun, urban white girl rap and hip-hop.
By Chris Baldwin
Hanapepe Dream CD finds bluesman Taj Mahal successfully expanding his sound to include Hawaiian inflections.
By Miles Jordan
Saxophonist Garrett releases one cookin’ new jazz CD—Standard of Language.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Maytones’ greatest hits reggae compilation worth owning.
Blues harpist Musselwhite brings his “school of hard knocks” music to Chico’s Big Room.
By Barbara Flaska
Boston’s Dropkick Murphys proves at the Brick Works that revolutionary punk rock is still kicking.
By Carey Wilson
Redwood Forest recognized for its wine savvy.
By Joe Krulder
Director Lee transforms the medium of film itself with The Hulk.
By Christopher Allan Smith
Harrison Ford’s Hollywood cop vehicle a smug and predictable ride.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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