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Drug Court gives addicted felons one last chance—and they’re making good use of it.
By Josh Indar
This article was published on 07.17.03
Proposition 36 Court is a whole different ball game.
Participants must toe the line or they’ll land in jail.
Bill encourages teachers to include Hmong role in study of Vietnam War.
By Cherre Stoneham
Majority tells council city’s previous recommendation was unsafe.
By Devanie Angel
Outdated electrical system to blame for Flume Street Fire.
By Tom Gascoyne
Second acquittal in First Amendment strip club bust.
Flume Street fire brings up importance of building permits and inspections.
There’s a way to make divorce easier on the kids.
By Alice M. Patterson
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Shannon Vestal
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Chico’s 3rd Level Productions is poised to create original homegrown hip-hop.
By Jason Cassidy
Cabaret’s production of prize-winning Dinner with Friends brings script to life.
By Carey Wilson
Preview: Young Company’s production of Alice shaping up well at Blue Room.
More “idiotic demises” courtesy Wendy Northcut’s book Darwin Awards II.
Reviewed by Jason Cassidy
Reviewed by Marsha Davison
Polo Montañez’s final recorded effort worth a Chico summer night’s listening.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Threatening signs of resurrected life on Metallica’s St. Anger.
By Mark Lore
Amazing guitarist Tommy Emmanuel performs two shows at Chico’s Big Room.
Melissa Etheridge turns in solid show at Konocti gig.
By Kim Higman
Botchii, the Dik Diks and Portland’s Wet Confetti rock at Riff Raff.
La Rocca’s provocative poster begs the question: Are the wines that good?
By Joe Krulder
Don’t let the cuteness fool you—Spellbound documentary also a tangy slice of contemporary American life.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen starts off fun but winds up dull.
By John W. Young
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