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Ten stories the national news media should have covered big-time but didn’t.
By Camille T. Taiara
This article was published on 09.16.04
Journalist Amy Goodman brings her message of the dangers of corporate-influenced media to Chico.
By Leslie Layton
By Josh Indar
By Devanie Angel
Campaigners for and against Measure D are in a dirty battle over the choice to allow gene-altered lifeforms to be raised in Butte County.
By Tom Gascoyne
Esplanade House’s Taylor quits; Students use rivalry to get out vote; Lindscheid will head new Chico baseball team, name for team still sought.
The charges against Scott Brown are bogus, but he’s not off the hook.
Military-family values and the Bush administration.
By Eric M. Hitchcock
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
There’s a new ice cream truck in town.
By C. Owsley Rain
Biz students shine, Fifth Street Clothing may move and Marriott construction moves along.
The crew at Chico State gears up for this year’s Chico World Music Festival.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Chico Cabaret breaks musical form with two-character drama/comedy Last Train to Nibroc.
By Jason Cassidy
Blue Room’s Red Herring offers a rich two hours of comedy theater well worth spying on.
By Carey Wilson
Memorial for Chico resident killed in 9/11 plane crash.
By Robert Speer
Mavis Staples brings the faith.
By Miles Jordan
Augie March’s ‘literary and musical feast.’
Tom Hunter’s music is for the child in everyone.
June Panic’s songwriting character still retains low-fi roots.
By Radar General
Three fun, diverse bands at LaSalles.
By Michele Bechard
Botchii and Agent Meecrob play for tacos.
By Mark Lore
Fish tacos ride the wave, dude!
By Joe Krulder
Video game as motion picture works second time around.
By Craig Blamer
Cellular is a game thriller with a loopy sense of humor about itself.
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