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This article was published on 09.22.05
Council votes to significantly alter Oak Valley subdivision before giving it approval.
By Tom Gascoyne
Chico State offers minor in sexual diversity studies.
By Mark Lore
Doh! Some Doe Mill neighbors oppose row-house development.
By Devanie Angel
Interview with Allan Griffin, 59, of New Orleans, who was trapped in the Superdome for a week after Hurricane Katrina.
By Josh Indar
Board will consider draft response.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Law apparently cracking down on MMJ growers; council won’t ask residents is they want more taxes; do-gooders get grant dough; murder victims remembered.
New superintendent brings fresh start,
Oak Valley development needs careful consideration.
Building good neighborhoods takes more than numbers and statistics.
By Dave Kelley
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Tanning as a way of life.
By Brenda Vettel
By C. Owsley Rain
Bush supporters are like desperate and needy children willing to forgive their daddy for just about anything.
By Jaime O'Neill
Anchors away to Texas, skate shop rolls off, going like a goose, Moxie’s up for grabs and a lost modeling opportunity.
By Local Bastard
Instrumental quartet Birds of Fire looking for ‘that one great song'.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
The Pageant, Chico’s little art house theater, celebrates 25th birthday.
By Craig Blamer
Marjane Satrapi’s graphic novel about growing up as an Iranian in western society.
Reviewed by Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. exposes Bush’s shoddy environmental record.
Save your marriage guys, one clean room at a time.
Reviewed by Tom Blodget
Sonny Rollins’ live Boston performance four days after 9/11.
By Miles Jordan
Interpol in Davis.
David Bromberg Quintet will pluck it out at Big Room.
Henri and Hemingway share their best Bloody Marys.
By Henri Bourride
Novel-turned-star vehicle picks up pieces of a family’s broken life.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Cry Wolf is decent Halloween-season fare.
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