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There’s a new face to development in Chico; It’s called new urbanism, and it’s all about creating a sense of place.
By Devanie Angel
This article was published on 08.07.03
Senator comes to Chico to praise Chapman; blasts governor recall.
Last-minute shift cites economics as the reason.
21 elms felled in City Plaza Park.
By Josh Indar
One line summary.
Budget cuts leave the California State Univeristy system with fewer funds and an enrollment dilemma.
By Kristina Seward
Dancing fish, the clap and the union label.
If it’s not Scottish…
Go slow with Barber plans; despite their similarities, how Keene and LaMalfa differ as assemblymen.
By Sam Messina
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
One fan’s determination to see her favorite band, Floater.
By Tom Gascoyne
By C. Owsley Rain
Principal rises from ranks, library van drives out of service.
Cerebral strippers hit the road.
Paintings by Haley Becker and Caroline Oster currently at Grilla Bites.
Bio on Blues legend Muddy Waters pays proper respect.
Reviewed by Dan Cohen
Official website of British Monarchy offers tips for organizing royal garden parties and more.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Joe Ely’s latest a departure from “honky-tonk rowdiness.”
By Carey Wilson
Canadian band New Pornographers produce magnetic pop sounds.
By Jason Cassidy
S.F.'s Crooked Jades bring revitalized “old time” sound to Chico Saturday night.
Chico Teen rockers Brain In A Cage tear it up at Tower.
Open Jam at Bullshooters.
Local Christian rock band Number One Gun signs Warners deal and releases CD.
Henri finds the essence of Northern California at Pasquini’s.
French film balances crime scheme with relationship study.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Mobster meets lesbian in tame romantic comedy—Gigli.
By Craig Blamer
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