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The battle to reform workers’ compensation in California pits the worker against doctors and insurance companies.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 04.15.04
Signature-gatherer arrested at Wal-Mart.
By Josh Indar
Child Development Lab is at least 40 years old.
By Devanie Angel
Business license taxes in Chico.
By Alan Raetz
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Robert Speer
By C. Owsley Rain
GMOs may go, energy could be saved and no, it’s not Trader Joe’s.
The Children’s Choir of Chico sends seven young voices to perform at San Francisco’s Davies Symphony Hall.
By Lizanne Sandbach Fowler
Traveling political art show, Drawing Resistance, touches down in Chico.
By Mary Abowd
HBO’s new Deadwood is superfun to watch.
By Jason Cassidy
Great, slow, beautiful stories on Shearwater’s Winged Life.
Local jazz crew plays it slow.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Pure, old-school, 1956 bluegrass with the Stanley Bros.
By Carey Wilson
Trailer Park Troubadors coming to Chico to benefit the Chico Creek Nature Center.
Fast, fun rock was the theme for Watashi Wa and The Actual at Moxie’s.
By Jason Willmon
At Yume Buffet the name has more than one meaning.
By Shannon Rooney
Best Foreign Film Oscar winner, The Barbarian Invasions, offers farcical look at death.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
The Statement is a thriller with few original thrills.
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