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How great a man was Chico’s founder? His biographers offer their views.
By Robert Speer
This article was published on 07.31.03
Another plan for Diamond Match emerges.
By Tom Gascoyne
Care providers, county contractors debate social services cuts.
By Josh Indar
By Deborah Hedley
Dans and Ems dominate names of future voters in California.
Green Party must join forces with Demos in this recall election.
By John W. Cecil
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Retail rotissere and an MBA program.
By Devanie Angel
By Giles Coniver
With important exhibitions approaching, local sculptor Dan Corbin prepares for the world stage.
By Jason Cassidy
Artist Daniel Vera changes his palette to lighter tones with show at Has Beans Café.
Find Jesus online—if that’s who you want.
Gimme Gimme’s release high-energy covers of fun, schlocky ‘80s-'90s R&B..
By Shannon Vestal
CD release of the late Dr. Oster’s recordings of Angola Prison’s inmate spirituals incredibly rootsy and soulful.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Blues legend Etta James’ live Burnin’ Down the House release starts strong but ultimately induces cringing.
By Marsha Davison
Youthful jazz musician Graham Johnson leaves Chico for Norway in exchange program.
Country singer LeAnn Rimes broadens her musical palette with rock and pop during Oroville casino show.
Paladins turn in a hot show at LaSalles.
By Carey Wilson
This family-run restaurant is the real deal.
By Richard S. Calhoun
German director Link’s Oscar-winning film avoids melodrama in tale of Kenya-relocated Jewish family.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Big screen Seabiscuit rides the line between hokum and history effectively.
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