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Chico State’s women’s basketball team loses seven players in a year; the latest and greatest says it’s all about the coach.
By Evan Tuchinsky
This article was published on 04.05.07
When Jon Luvaas made a “suggestion,” two councilmen who’ve never liked him decided to try to get him booted off the Planning Commission. They didn’t get far.
By Robert Speer
Rachel Morones-Black has decided that raising a child is peace work, too, and so is stepping down as director of the Chico Peace & Justice Center.
By Brad Brown
Earth Day co-founder Denis Hayes will kick off the first annual Ch-Eco Film Fest next week.
By Marisol Salgado
Running a hospital is like conducting an orchestra, says Enloe’s new CEO. The conductor leads, but the orchestra makes the music.
Chico State strike forestalled; Upper Park gets a watchdog; pedicab destroyer faces prison; Bennett to reunite with sweetie.
A stamp-collector’s dream come true.
The city is doing little to make downtown safer for pedestrians and bicyclists.
City Council attack “much ado about nothing.”
A Chico father won’t let anyone put limits on his daughter.
By Brian Teal
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Pat the robot speaks on music, sexism and what Kevin Federline does to his circuitry.
By Mark Lore
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Noted translator Coleman Barks brings the poetry of Rumi, with musical accompaniment, to Chico.
Gangsta Rap Coloring Book banned, Rumi and California poet laureate come to Chico, and local theater critic dies.
By Jason Cassidy
Chico State prof Graham Thurgood puts his linguistic expertise to work in northern Indonesia.
By Meredith J. Cooper
A long and drawn-out look at the art of the mixtape, and those who love them.
Not an icon, but still worth a spin.
By Matthew Craggs
Willie Nelson’s Songbird is at its best when things are kept spare.
By Johnathan Deo
Bluesman Phillip Walker takes off the coat on Going Back Home.
By Miles Jordan
Social Distortion’s Mike Ness gives up the story of his life.
By Barbara Manning
Henri ditches the Speedos and steps into Grilla Bites.
By Henri Bourride
Meet the Robinsons delivers for the kiddies … with a few surprises for adults.
By Craig Blamer
Will Ferrell and Jon Heder take on the world of figure skating in Blades of Glory.
Expose-turned-drama is worth sampling for the extras, but don’t expect a hearty meal.
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