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A pleasure trip to an Internet auction site sent me into the hell of opium addiction. Could death be the only redemption?
By Peter Thompson
This article was published on 04.14.05
California’s newest state park in the Sutter Buttes is gorgeous—but off limits.
By Robert Speer
Chico State President Paul Zingg gives campus Greeks an ultimatum.
By Mark Lore
Loafer Creek offers to help county write its general plan; promises billions.
By Josh Indar
Schools and programs will shift around.
By Devanie Angel
The corporate media want us to spend, not be informed.
By Leslie Layton
Protests; arrests; interventions.
Taking on the Gov.
There is a way to stop illegal immigration, but it will take compromise.
The United States should use its strength to build rather than destroy.
By Lin Jensen
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Kelly Shinn
By C. Owsley Rain
pork barrel politics and random bits of business.
By Tom Gascoyne
By Local Bastard
Bidwell Park is turning 100.
By Jason Cassidy
Bidwell Park Centennial celebration activities.
Two popular musicals, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change and Hedwig & the Angry Inch return to Chico Cabaret and Blue Room.
By Michele Bechard
Local impresario DNA writes a novel.
Reviewed by Carla Resnick
Travel to tiny Qaanaaq, Greenland via the Internet.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Autolux might be perfect in the future, but Future Perfect is presently flawed.
By Radar General
Chico jazzman Dave Elke branches out with a rockin’ cd.
The Abominable Iron Sloth prepares to lay waste to the inhabitants of Chico.
Slow Down Theo and Deerpen throw a party at Coco Caffe.
Speedy Burrito is fast, friendly and fresh.
By Shannon Rooney
Farrelly brothers (and a Red Sox championship) wasted in likeable Fallon/Barrymore vehicle.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Sahara is uneven, but fine for an action-packed matinee.
By Craig Blamer
The warmer seasons bring out the fun.
Facts and figures for where you are.
What have you gotten yourself into?
Pro team hopes to take up where the Heat left off.
By Corey O'Neil
Chico’s center of culture and commerce.
University makes town what it is.
Variety is the spice of education.
A place to play.
It’s time to explore.
Chico shoppers have it made.
A little person’s dream.
In sickness and in health.
Meet Eric Hart, the man behind the ongoing restoration of the historic Senator Theatre.
The taste of the town.
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