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Debra Lucero leads Chico’s arts community into uncharted territory.
By Jason Cassidy
This article was published on 10.05.06
Mapping out Chico’s arts resources.
How much is city of Chico spending on the arts?
The California Green Party won’t take corporate donations, but that doesn’t stop it from campaigning.
By Robert Speer
Meet some of the teens participating in an exciting new mentoring program.
By Leslie Layton, and Marisol Salgado
Helping people in poor countries through microfinancing.
By Leslie Williams
Most PBS stations pick up Big Room TV series.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Arts awards, Enloe looks for a new chief, and city government about to be restructured.
‘Interrogation techniques’ get gruesome.
Our great ol’ town isn’t what she used to be.
By Larry Phipps
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Managing editor of The Orion wins honors.
By Bryce Benson
Church newsletter writers, bless their hearts, say the darnedest things …
By Jaime O'Neill
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Grad student tackles social and political issues with his latest exhibits.
By Marisol Salgado
The horses come in, interplanetary art, Hatch Show Prints in Redding and saving your Voice.
A historical look into the past and the future of Chico’s City Plaza.
By Dave Kelley
Pleading guilty to liking the worst bands in the history of music that are great.
By Mark Lore
The Hasheesh Eater is a real trip with a real tripper.
Reviewed by Carey Wilson
The Grates are fun, but still a mediocre album.
By Charles H. Peckham V
Gov’t Mule jams to the beat of its own drum.
By Meredith J. Cooper
With some 140 varieties of soda, Old Town Rootbeer Company isn’t your typical bunch of soda jerks.
You’ve probably seen The Guardian before.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Couple discovers it’s a bad move to mess with Mother Nature.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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