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There is a new parking structure in Chico’s future; will there also be a battle over its construction?
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 03.31.05
Results from a study of Chico’s downtown parking situation.
Latino activists angered over bar’s Cesar Chavez Day promotion.
By Josh Indar
Chico fraternity takes part in filming of hard-core sex film.
By Mark Lore
Kaivan Farahmad says he was falsely arrested St. Pat’s Day; police say that’s what can happen when you go downtown during “special events.”
Brewery installs clean-burning technology.
By Devanie Angel
Report says meth will mean foster-care increase even if funds capped.
Industrial civilization runs on cheap oil, which we may be running out of.
By Nancy Praizler
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Look, up in the sky: kites!
By C. Owsley Rain
Today’s young people seem destined for disillusionment.
By Jaime O'Neill
library gets down to business, SAGE spices up high schools and a tiny town yields an attorney.
By Local Bastard
Chico State’s Hands-On Science Lab a precious resource for local schools.
By MaryRose Lovgren
Suicide Kings brings a poetry lesson to Chico slammers.
By Jason Cassidy
People’s wounds, and the pictures to prove it.
Yo La Tengo’s 18-year retrospective, plus extras.
Soweto Gospel Choir debut, Voices from Heaven.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Scotland’s Mogwai gets the John Peel treatment.
By Radar General
Stephen Fratallone’s online ‘zine helps keep Chico jazz scene connected.
Powerman 5000 headlines heavy night at the Senator.
By Sierra Countis
It doesn’t get much better than this.
By Shannon Rooney
Lead performance propels Best Foreign Film Oscar winner The Sea Inside.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Wait for the video to catch Miss Congeniality sequel.
By Craig Blamer
Art and history in a classic country dwelling.
By Robert Speer
Interior designers add skill to spaces.
Things to do to make your grass grow greener.
The grooviest gadgets for your home and garden.
We spend one-third of our lives in our bedrooms. Don’t we want them to be healthful places?
Some keys to making a home office that gets the job done.
Good mags for good ideas.
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