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A Chico man uses community resources to pull himself back into the ranks of the housed and employed.
By Bryce Benson
This article was published on 06.29.06
Local groups reach out to the homeless.
One of Chico’s worst streets has tremendous possibilities, designers say.
By Monica Unhold
Why would anyone hang out in a parking lot on a hot Chico day? In a word, money.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
One of the largest and most beautiful pieces of land in Northern California is now fully protected from development.
By Robert Speer
In the end, Dan Neumeister had no choice but to resign.
County will let you know for free.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Money for schools, fees for trash, campaign against marijuana, mildew on trees.
Source: Recording Industry Association of America.
Will Nord Avenue get the facelift it needs?
Enloe’s leadership change presents an opportunity to learn from past mistakes.
Structure or spaces, downtown needs stopping points.
By Alan Chamberlain
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
With $55,000 trees and other special offerings, Mendon’s Nursery draws aficionados from across the Northstate.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Chico Art Center’s golden anniversary members exhibit is a cool treat.
By Carey Wilson
Two Northern California festivals bring global music within easy reach of Chico.
By Kris Vagner
Harvester, Dead Western and dead indie rock.
By Mark Lore
Shakespeare, Chico Art Center gets a new director and other art goodies.
By Carla Resnick
Former graffiti artist gets his dues in The Skullz Press Compendium
Reviewed by Aye Jay
Weirdos give their all to bring Britney back.
By Stephanie Bird
New box set captures Davis, Coltrane and more at their best.
By Miles Jordan
Local purveyors of industrial The Kunst Conspiracy crumble Tower Records.
Sharon’s Cookhouse offers some of the west’s best soul food right here in Chico.
By C. Moore
Predictable Adam Sandler vehicle should heed its own advice.
By Craig Blamer
Campy sci-fi flick finally sees the light of day, starring ol’ Frank.
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