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This article was published on 09.23.04
Online college station hopes to return to radio dial presence.
By Devanie Angel
City Council discusses 3 ton weight restriction for vehicles on city streets.
By Corey O'Neil
Centerfolds exotic dancer killed in head-on collision on Hwy 99.
By Jason Cassidy
Zeta Beta Tau members involved in fatal car accident; driver jailed for DUI.
By Josh Indar
Committee must make recommendation to school board.
Visiting farmers warn of dangers of genetically engineered crops.
By Tom Gascoyne
Tobacco protest at CSUC; tuition fees will continue to rise; pot robbery suspects caught.
How the cost of Homeland Security compares to the cost of the Iraq war.
Gov’s conservative side revealed.
Police-pursuit policies make sense.
By James Phillips
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Meet a man who makes sidewalks.
By C. Owsley Rain
Delicious deli for sale, Vegas or bust and a star sighting.
Films that did not make it to chico but are now available to rent.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
With different actors every week, Theater on The Ridge keeps Love Letters fresh.
By Michele Bechard
Neil Simon’s Goodbye Girl is a hit for Chico Theater Company.
By MaryRose Lovgren
The ‘down-and-out exotica’ of Ben Weaver.
By Carey Wilson
Joe craven’s django latino is muy romántico.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Django-inspired Zazou self-release is ‘magnifique'.
Greg Brown puts soulfulness into collection of covers.
By Robert Speer
The battle for beauty has begun, and Chico party-rock outfit, the Gorgeous Armada is leading the charge.
By Jeremiah Wade
Comedy is pain for Drag City artist Neil Hamburger.
Henri waxes euphoric about a fascinating food miscellany.
By Henri Bourride
Weak script but strong performances in adaptation of Cunningham novel.
Visually arresting and fairly anachronistic, Sky Captain is not quite the classic it could have been.
By Craig Blamer
The Chico News & Review editorial staff name a few of their favorite things.
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