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We go onto the Assembly floor to find out why Assemblyman Rick Keene refuses to talk with us.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 07.24.03
Haulers claim hour-long waits common at Neal Road.
By Josh Indar
Mechoopda man protests at Native American cemetery.
By Kristina Seward
County looks at cutting health programs, blames state for problem.
Hide that smelly hide.
We all share the blame for the budget crisis.
By Michael D. Zimpfer
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
A casual chat with two lifeguards at One-Mile Recreation Area in Bidwell Park.
By John W. Young
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
Durham wood heats up Yosemite, dogs in heat stay home and my annual whine about the hotness.
By Devanie Angel
Internet radio station reaches listeners around the globe from a studio in the pines.
By Aaron Steinmetz
Comedian Carlin delivers during two sold-out shows at Colusa Casino.
This year’s Shakespeare in the Park offers a blast in ‘20s adaptation of comedy Taming of the Shrew.
By Jason Cassidy
Website provides helpful hints on both everyday and out-of-the-ordinary uses for duct tape.
24-bit remastering brings out the best in late jazz alto saxophonist Pepper’s live 1979 Tokyo concert.
By Miles Jordan
Depeche Mode frontman Gahan produces scarred, moody solo effort.
By Marsha Davison
Celebrating the artist’s 70th birthday, Columbia re-releases digitally remastered CD of Willie Nelson’s great 1978 concert at Harrah’s in Lake Tahoe.
By Carey Wilson
Guitarist and former Chicoan Matt Baldoni finding success in Southern California and beyond.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Three hot bands provide a night of rootsy rowdiness at the Brick Works.
A day at the California Worldfest provides a feast of music.
Henri finds love—in a cool summer soup.
By Henri Bourride
Director Neil Jordan’s heist film—The Good Thief—intertwines good fortune and bad luck.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Director Bay’s Bad Boys sequel delivers with bloated summertime action.
By Craig Blamer
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