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California may be cutting funding and neglecting the arts, but the city of Chico is paying them more attention than ever.
By Jason Cassidy
This article was published on 11.06.03
New pres digs fun and fund-raising.
By Devanie Angel
Halloween spirit seemingly not welcome anywhere anymore.
By Josh Indar
One-mile bridge gets a good going over.
By Tom Gascoyne
Most Chico schools are meeting state-set improvement targets.
New cards will show specific objectives.
By Matt Graydon
How our local state representatives voted on reproductive-rights-related bills.
By Dr. Mark Lorenzato
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Biologist starts online duck hunters’ resource.
By C. Owsley Rain
Downtown businesses multiply, almonds reign supreme and Devanie goes to the dogs.
Chico has some Kings fans.
Rainy weekend ushers in the season as well as four local theater productions.
Orphans Preferred not that dependable.
Reviewed by David A. Kulczyk
Bluesman Eric Bibb’s latest a soulful tour de force.
By Miles Jordan
At Crystal Palace.
By Chris Baldwin
Swami Sound System, Vol. 1: 2003 Sales Conference.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Country songwriting legend Guy Clark plays the Big Room at Sierra Nevada.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
He’s young, he’s lucky to be alive, and he’s got a sweet little candy business going.
By Shannon Rooney
Disney’s latest animated feature stays true to the classic mold.
Mambo Italiano is funny and lite.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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