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When writer John Gardner taught at Chico State, he was a “race horse” at a school that valued plough horses.
By Stephen Metzger
This article was published on 01.22.04
Like his mentor John Gardner, famed writer Raymond Carver spent a short while at Chico State.
By Tom Gascoyne
Racist literature distributed in Oroville has local activist in high gear.
By Josh Indar
Maybe they can still be friends?
By Devanie Angel
Everything from athletics to counselors is on the table.
Con man makes rounds in Chico, Counterfeit 100s, PV High beatdown.
The heat is on.
How to live in Chico without a car.
By Deva Daniel
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Don’t try to tell this woman Cowboy Poker takes balls.
Last year Toby Keith made $45 million— no wonder he’s Republican.
Natural foods expands, dance business opens and con man is caught.
One man and his wife journey to Hollywood for an audience with Dr. Phil.
By Jason Cassidy
Blue Room’s latest Irish offering is unfeckingbelievable.
Chomsky continues to illuminate U.S. world politics in latest book.
Reviewed by Chris Baldwin
Firewater covers their fave raves.
Gansta rap rehash by 50 Cent’s G-Unit.
By Scott Cummings
Hot Tuna are teturning to Paradise.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Modern rock jam warms up cold night at LaSalles.
By Rachel B. Krampfner
Kool & The Gang bring the party to Feather Falls Casino.
By Carey Wilson
Butte Folk Music Society brings Northeast troubadour to Moxie’s.
This Web site will update you on the latest culinary coinages.
By Shannon Rooney
New Robin Hood double-DVD features locally filmed classic with extra home movie footage.
The Cooler is an intriguingly cast, yet unfinished piece of Las Vegas lore.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Sex, and drug ed. films return.
By Chris Baldwin
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