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Four tours in Africa with Doctors without Borders has left this Chico nurse with vivid memories and amazing stories to tell.
By Robert Speer
This article was published on 12.07.06
It was a mix of pomp, circumstance and stand-up comedy when Chico’s new councilmembers took office.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Stewardship group includes North State in its brainstorming process.
By Leslie Williams
A series of awareness events last weekend aimed to spark discussion and action.
By Meredith J. Cooper
The draft EIR for one of the biggest developments in Chico history got its first airing at a meeting this week.
By Marisol Salgado
Why condoms are cool.
Chico State makes community service a priority—and others have noticed.
By Deanna Berg, and Paul Zingg
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Can’t find a babysitter? These women can help.
By C. Owsley Rain
Erotic Art Show thrills the crowd and rewards those who come back for more.
By Carey Wilson
So Pandora isn’t always spot-on … who cares?
By Mark Lore
The online player promises to match your music tastes, but once opened will it deliver?
By Andy Wang
Book reveals Ava Gardner as a woman both ahead and behind her time.
Reviewed by Dan Cohen
James P. Othmer provides satire in the form of the frustrations of a futurist.
Reviewed by Craig Blamer
Blobsquatching, tacos for life, Google Earth and Webcam signing.
By Morgan Paar
They don’t reinvent the wheel; but Sweet and Hoffs do ‘60s classics justice.
By Michael Kuker
Guitarist Peter Curtis mixes jazz, classical and blues in his stunning debut.
By Miles Jordan
The Coma Lilies don’t need words to get their point across.
Woody’s serves up good grub in a fun atmosphere.
By C. Moore
Film delves into British royalty following the death of Lady Di.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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