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Writer Donnell Alexander, whose career arc passed through Chico and a stint at the News & Review, has written a memoir titled Ghetto Celebrity.
By Jackson Griffith
This article was published on 10.16.03
As the LA riots blaze the spark of love strikes in Chico and a writer finds his way.
By Donnell Alexander
Soldier from Chico relates the increasing anger among soldiers in Iraq.
By Tom Gascoyne
By Tom Blodget
County service fees likely going up.
By Josh Indar
Results good overall but predictable.
By Devanie Angel
Underground tank test results are back.
It’s a crime.
Let the voters and fellow councilmembers disclose who’s given what to whom.
Your destiny is waiting for you at the Humane Society.
By Shannon Rooney
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By C. Owsley Rain
Bookstore to open downtown, “Little” bikes cross-country and it’s breast cancer awareness month.
Oroville’s community theater is 20 years old and still going strong.
By Jason Cassidy
Blue Room Theatre’s latest production welcomes the season with a chill.
By MaryRose Lovgren
A world of dance for a world at war.
By Michele Bechard
Reviewed by Robert Speer
Saves the Day offers too little for all its promise.
By Phil Anker
Guitarlos pulls himself out of the gutter and the gutter into his songs.
By Stephen Metzger
Young indie-rock band comes to Chico.
Experimental works highlighted at John Milbauer piano recital.
By Ernst Schoen-René
Susan Powter is still blond but having a lot more fun.
Electronic artists mess around at Moxie’s.
By Chris Baldwin
How Henri and Miss Marilyn satisfied their inner carnivores.
By Henri Bourride
Tarantino’s latest is gorey movie fun.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Hoop Dreams director scores again with Stevie.
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