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The former vice president talks about his new documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, and the threats posed by global warming.
By Ralph Brave
This article was published on 06.15.06
Back in Chico, Dorothy Parker says prison was difficult but eye-opening.
By Leslie Layton
A veterans group celebrates the grand opening of its second transitional-living house.
By Meredith J. Cooper
City taking frugal course on redevelopment funding.
By Richard Ek
State may cut West Nile funding.
By Chelsey Shoop
Does it make sense to replace surface water with groundwater if we don’t know the consequences?
By Joe Krulder
Botany 2006, insurance rates, bars and Chico’s big hire.
The high cost of mud-slinging.
Should taxpayers pay to do the parties’ work?
Far from illegal, clear-cutting continues in the Northstate.
By Sharon Fritsch
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Paradise pitcher shines on college softball’s biggest stage.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Mike Wallace leaves 60 Minutes, but his stories brightened and enlightened a nation.
By Jaime O'Neill
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks take a two-hour trip down Memory Lane.
By Carey Wilson
Action-here-turned-blues guitarist Steven Seagal shows off his impressive chops.
By Mark Lore
Local musician/athlete/business owner turns all work and no play into a good time.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
God, INXS and DNA.
By Carla Resnick
Throw your own videos on You Tube, or watch Metallica before they pull them.
By Stephanie Bird
Tribute disc to the great Big Star chock full of great performances from Wilco and others.
By Michael Kuker
Ska vets Less Than Jake trade in the brass for pop punk.
By Monica Unhold
Volt per Octaves looks to make people appreciate the Moog again.
By Joel Hartse
Café Flo offers up a little food, music and art in a comfy locale.
By Lenny Hubbard
Film salvages human goodness in a dark world.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Scene-by-scene remake of 1976 cult classic would make Satan say, “wha?!”
By Craig Blamer
Extras make DVD version Of Memoirs of a Geisha an interesting view.
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