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Lots of people move to Chico from the Bay Area.
By Josh Indar
This article was published on 09.04.03
There are more of us than ever and fewer than there will be.
River-goers party hard, but some clean up after themselves.
By Devanie Angel
By Tom Gascoyne
No matter how you vote on the recall, vote Camejo on the candidates.
By Beth Moore Haines
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Tony T. plays music on the street for Chico.
By Jason Cassidy
By C. Owsley Rain
Changes galore, from downtown buildings to TV stations to burgers.
Local Food Not Bombs group has created community of compassion while feeding the hungry.
New exhibit at Janet Turner Gallery features preserved protest posters from Berkeley in 1970s.
By Mary Abowd
New Dashboard Confessional nothing to write home about.
Two new compilations from Pablo Records bring back the magic of a-Art Tatum and Ella Fitzgerald.
Kings of Leon are slick and rockin'.
By Chris Baldwin
Prestige reissues “lovers” series.
By Miles Jordan
Mystic Roots and Burning Spear bring reggae concert to Chico State’s Rose Garden.
By Solid Rock
Pepper plays it mild and boring at free concert.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Metal triumphs in Marysville.
A birthday dinner at Christian Michaels takes Henri back into a childhood dream.
By Henri Bourride
Weak Jeepers Creepers fails to impress.
By Craig Blamer
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