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Sierra Nevada’s long-awaited TV music series is about to debut. It looks exciting. Now the question is: Just how big will it become?
By Robert Speer
This article was published on 05.06.04
Chicoan comes home from Iraq to share his story.
By Tom Gascoyne
Student leaders argue over textbooks, positions.
By Devanie Angel
Paradise may take over Chico’s shelter services; Humane Society shelter could close.
By Josh Indar
With live music on its way out at the Brick Works, promoter Justin Maximov moves on to The Senator.
By Jason Cassidy
Work begins on reconstruction of an ancient Chapter House at the Vina monastery.
Revelations of torture in Iraq are like a bad dream.
By Paul O'Rourke-Babb
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Kiddie klients rule at hair stylist.
By C. Owsley Rain
Pitas pounce, seniors score and parade marches onThe sisters of Sigma Kappa on parade.
After 30 years at Chico State, theater professor Randy Wonzong directs his final stage production.
Cast brings humor to the hysteria in Butte College’s spring production, Noel Coward’s Present Laughter.
By Jason Willmon
Movie star Gina Gershon gets her rock on in IFC reality series.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Country legend Loretta Lynn writes a stunning batch of new songs, which are given an amazing dynamic treatment by producer, arranger and White Stripes front man Jack White.
By Carey Wilson
Clapton reheats Robert Johnson serves him up in a dish half hot and half cold.
By Miles Jordan
Pretty perfect poppy recording from Scotland’s Snow Patrol.
Ex-Pavement drummer Gary Young forgoes indie in favor of obscurity.
A little older and a little heavier, the Pixies were no less inspirational and impossibly perfect at reunion show in Davis.
Southern Culture on the Skids take Sierra Nevada Brewery on a ride.
It’s not Yankee Stadium, Henri says, but Chico has some good dogs.
By Henri Bourride
Good Bye, Lenin! takes a ‘semi-comic’ look at pre and post cold war Germany.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Great actors in a moronic story can still make a critic laugh, a little.
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