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Mistakes, failures of vision and lost opportunities put houses on the edge of Upper Bidwell Park.
By Robert Speer
This article was published on 07.27.06
Union visits Chico to pressure Blue Diamond chairman.
A Chico group rallies support for its anti-expansion cause.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Behind the scenes for the preparations for the big botany conference.
By Chelsey Shoop
Departures, arrivals and some relief from the heat.
Butte County’s chief administrator explains opposition to the Mechoopda Indians’ project.
By Paul McIntosh
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Amit Dandon’s popular stand at Chico’s farmers’ markets will soon spawn a restaurant.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Evan Tuchinsky
“Fibers of Life” continues the long tradition of the art of hand-weaving.
By Monica Unhold
Canceled headliner puts damper on an otherwise good show.
By Carey Wilson
Production of Love, Janis shows a woman to whom everyone can relate.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Bum fights, losing David Bazan’s religion and Swedish dudes who rock.
By Mark Lore
By Carla Resnick
Life and Times of Pancho Villa a bit heavy, but parallels to the current social and political landscapes are invaluable.
Reviewed by Jaime O'Neill
Author Christopher Moore makes specters and Death Merchants funny.
Reviewed by Craig Blamer
Ben Harper’s double disc shows there’s more than one side to his songwriting.
Yonder gets bold with extra production and drums.
By Joe Krulder
The Shankers keep the spirit rock ‘n’ roll alive in Chico.
Allowing patrons to bring outside coffee into restaurants is win-win.
By K.B. Baker
Latest M. Night Shyamalan vehicle violates too much internal logic with not enough jolts.
By Craig Blamer
Clerks II offers what one would expect—in-jokes and kooky characters.
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