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For young men, first-person shooters are the hottest computer games around. That’s why the Army spent $10 million developing its own. But there’s a catch. Big Brother gets to watch you play.
By Gary Webb
This article was published on 10.21.04
Council candidates spar at forum.
By Tom Gascoyne
SBC closes call centers in Chico and Redding.
By Carla Resnick
CSU students test food for GMO’s.
Bike store in the wrong part of town.
Weird news: Chico schools prepare for terrorist attack; tweaker goes nuts at trailer park; man kills self with cigarette.
Chico’s homeless shelter is paid for; now it’s time to make it even better.
By Mary Flynn
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Anthony Peyton Porter.
By C. Owsley Rain
By Mark Lore
South Park creators lampoon terrorism, Hollywood celebrities and everything else with a cast of marionettes in Team America
By Brian Doherty
Raven flies through rough night on Eaton Road.
By Carey Wilson
Get big, get small in the world of optics.
By Shannon Rooney
Fantasy Records releases new ‘two-fer’ series on various sister labels.
By Miles Jordan
One-man punk rock band Nothing Left records live CD.
Karrin Allyson guitarist Danny Embrey releases kick-back solo album.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Steamy rendition of Rocky Horror revisits Cabaret.
By Michele Bechard
Moxie’s hosts intimate night of music with The Microphones, Julie Doiron and Woelv.
By Jason Cassidy
Taj Mahal is all over the musical map during eclectic Paradise show.
The riddle of Puccini’s opera is worth pondering at this excellent restaurant.
By Henri Bourride
Motorcycle Diaries follows young Che Guevara on a South American road trip.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
British zombie spoof Shaun of the Dead is dead-on.
By Craig Blamer
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