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Come with us to a place where horses make disabled children feel whole.
By Alicia Springer
This article was published on 08.31.06
If you like being around horses and kids, why not volunteer at Handi-Riders?
Mechoopda Indians pained by county’s effort to deny their existence as tribe.
By Robert Speer
The six candidates have some common ground but also some major bones of cordial contention.
How would you paint the downtown water towers if you could?
By Bryce Benson
Sleeping and loitering in city parks late at night could soon be a thing of the past.
By Meredith J. Cooper
L.A. flights cleared for takeoff; college papers get censorship protection; cops will be working hard this weekend; West Nile still a problem.
Butte blows it with Mechoopda illegitimacy charge.
Homelessness is many things, but a crime is not one of them.
By Richard Ek
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
A community garden is for the people, by the people.
Culture Vulture joins the kids at the Women’s Club, confirms that Brett Dennen is a great live performer.
By C. Owsley Rain
The ‘military-industrial’ approach to forest-fire suppression doesn’t see the forest for the trees.
By Felice Pace
By Evan Tuchinsky
Indie rock legend Barbara Manning catches up with alt-country troubadour Richard Buckner.
By Barbara Manning
Chico Performances has a knack for bringing in top strummers and fingerpickers.
By Jaime O'Neill
Something about Mary and Off Limits, and DJ Mark Arnone puts the butt back into rock.
By Mark Lore
Stop procreating, plain and simple.
Banning the battery bomb, sending scents across the globe and throw another shrimp on the USB port?!
By Morgan Paar
Latest from the late, great Johnny Cash is most somber to date.
By Michael Kuker
Finnish group Gjallarhorn creates eerie sounds with traditional and modern instrumentation.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Hank III’s Jekyll and Hyde show has something for the kids in black, the cowboys and the grandmas.
By L.R. Rose
In a world of corporate chains and big-box sameness, Big Al’s Drive In remains a classic.
By Henri Bourride
Family dysfunction and storyline take some time to sort out.
By Craig Blamer
The Sore Losers has more fishnet and fetish gear than we deserve.
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