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As activists tussle over the future of Bidwell Park, the oft-criticized city government begins to formulate a plan.
By Chris Baldwin
This article was published on 10.23.03
New group hopes to keep park issues on front burner.
Two contenders vie for presidency of Chico State University.
By Devanie Angel
By Leslie Layton
Chico Islamic center opens doors to educate about women in Islam.
By Mary Abowd
School site can be bought—for a price.
Patriot Act rules, environmentally correct pesticide, Safeway offers more gas.
By Richard Ek
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Tom Gascoyne
By C. Owsley Rain
Ag program celebrates 50, locals get on the tube and strange seminar comes to town.
Model maker and luthier Paul Fisher refines youthful obsessions into a cottage industry beneath the pines of Paradise.
By Carey Wilson
Chico sculptor evokes spirit of the natural world.
Arcadia Harlen Adams Theatre Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 23-25, 7:30pm., Sunday, Oct. 26, 2pm.
By Ernst Schoen-René
Tiger in a Trance, the On the Road for Deadheads.
Reviewed by Chris Baldwin
Cat on Form’s newest is exciting despite being at times formulaic.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Crap music by crap people, by Limp Bizkit.
By Jason Cassidy
Buffalo Creek hits the road and expands its sound.
Three pent up bands unravel before a lifeless Moxie’s crowd.
Turkish finger drum master comes to Chico State.
Chico artist promotes a different way of eating.
By Shannon Rooney
Eastwood’s greatest accomplishment yet.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake does original justice.
Speed freak indie flick disturbs as it should.
By Desiree Gonzalez
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