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This article was published on 04.19.07
Norton Buffalo can play a mean harmonica, and he does so right up on the ridge.
By Jaime O'Neill
By Robert Speer
Chico businesswoman turns into an activist over the M&T mine proposal.
Locals come out in support of a state Senate bill that calls for universal health care.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Enloe’s new boss has moved forcefully to respond to challenges, shake up systems.
Natural history museum soon to put up walls.
New study on Proposition 36.
Mike Gillis, who coauthored a biography of John Bidwell, dies.
Who is right, the Pope or Darwin?
The community is awash in efforts to take better care of the Earth and ensure it’s liveable for the generations to come.
By Melissa Daugherty
There’s more to global warming than meets the eye.
New CEO fulfills her pledge to disclose what’s going on at the hospital—warts and all.
It’s time for Bush to listen to our chief ally and redefine our foreign policy.
Conflict with Iran seems a frightening likelihood, so people of conscience had better act now.
By Robert Bowman
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Rowena Pantaleon helps people build relationships with themselves.
By Bryce Benson
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Evan Tuchinsky
Davalos and Hilsee skillfully capture the night before Nixon is to announce his resignation in the Blue Room Theatre’s Nixon’s Nixon.
By Carey Wilson
Arts DEVOté examines the Chico Public Art Survey … and asks a few questions of his own.
By Jason Cassidy
Political cartoonists are finding it more difficult these days to approach the hot-button topic of abortion.
By David Wallis
Damn it feels good to be a buff; who the hell is Wilhelm?; CAMMIES excitement; and Will Ferrell deals with his drunk landlord.
By Mark Lore
Rolling Stone Contributing Editor Rob Sheffield reveals the power of the mixtape.
By Barry Henderson
Longtime Chico blues band lends expert musicianship to the classics.
By Miles Jordan
CocoRosie makes beautiful, slightly creepy music fun on third record.
By C. Moore
Punk-rock country band The Touchers crawls out from under its Montana rock.
By Landon Moblad
Henri talks sustainable seafood, hidden gems and grilled asparagus.
By Henri Bourride
The Aqua Teens put out a mean movie for fans; others might not get it.
The Host takes you back to the ol’ drive-in when monster movies were scary.
By Craig Blamer
Finally released in the U.S., Machuca portrays the dangers of meddling in other country’s affairs.
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