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Will growth and financial success kill the soul of Chico’s community radio station?
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 03.18.04
Sloan has led Marsh since its 1999 opening.
By Devanie Angel
By Josh Indar
City officials gather signatures to qualify referendum for November ballot.
Third-generation fly-rod craftsman remembered at service.
A.S. election coming up, fight ends in weapons charges, city votes for solar power.
FCC: No sex, poop or pee on TV.
By Bob Ray, and Richard Elsom
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Jim Dwyer is the Rev. Junkyard Moondog.
By Jason Cassidy
By C. Owsley Rain
Body & Bath cleans out, PBID kicks off and Tehama Bank is swallowed up.
Is Sid Lewis’ Acoustic College creating the future rockers of America?
By Shannon Rooney
The minister’s preaching to choir in Blue Room’s Marriage.
Simpson’s creator Matt Groening has compiled an anthology of his favorite music criticism of 2003.
Reviewed by Stephen Metzger
Chico’s Bear Star Press releases book of Gary Chang poetry.
Reviewed by Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Liars’ new CD signals line-up change and a shift towards style over substance.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Southern Culture’s got their mojo workin’ on new Mojo Box.
By Carey Wilson
The famous Newport Jazz Festival celebrates its 50th with a barnstorming U.S. tour.
By Miles Jordan
Arlo Guthrie speaks and sings to another sold-out Laxson show.
By Sonja Friedlein
Too much acoustic guitar, even for Heaven.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Does food taste better when it’s been prayed over?
Latest Stephen King adaptation, Secret Window, plays fun but familiar games.
By Craig Blamer
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