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Is the local version of Camp Casey evidence of a galvanized peace movement in this country?
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 09.08.05
Cindy Sheehan compelled her supporters and her detractors to action.
By Ryan Rose
A Vietnam veteran compares his war to the one in Iraq.
City’s latest efforts cut Labor Day float numbers from 20,000 to less-than 700.
By Jason Cassidy
City Council rescinds extended parking meter hours.
City Council delays final approval of Oak Valley project.
Wheelchair-user can’t find affordable apartment, so is stuck in nursing home.
By Devanie Angel
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender characters not getting realistic representation in network programming.
FEMA problems exacerbated the disaster along the Mississippi.
New Orleans disaster shows that education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty.
By Devon Metzger
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Tina Purcell sells bull penis and scrotum products over the internet.
By Josh Indar
By C. Owsley Rain
A dying breed, a tacqueria and a small mountain range.
By Local Bastard
Chico musicians get low-pressure stage time in local cafes.
KZFR’s community radio reggae shows are surprisingly good, even rivaling shows produced in reggae main towns London and New York.
Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster combats Kansas School Board’s Intelligent Design.
By Stephanie Bird
Chico ex-pats Mystic Roots taking off in so cal.
By Morgan Paar
Better Than Ezra are back, finally.
By Joe Krulder
Bobolink Music brings Mofro’s Florida blues-funk to The Oasis.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
New Monsoon joins Mofro for Chico show.
La birria is on the menu at La Corona in Los Molinos.
By Henri Bourride
Constant Gardener brings together a world of politics, corruption, murder and love.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Ray Bradbury’s classic story gets feature-length treatment in A Sound of Thunder.
By Craig Blamer
Seasons one and two of News Radio.
By Michael Kuker
Sin City DVD, historical filmmaking, now for the home.
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