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Chico State professor’s eye-opening autobiography retraces her life of abuse, feminism and self-discovery.
By Mark Lore
This article was published on 05.17.07
New rules may not affect American coffee lovers much, but they could really hurt Third World growers.
By Colin Thompson
Short-handed City Council pushes back decision after heads-up from counsel.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Why was the best hazmat enforcer the CHP had taken off the highway and given a desk job?
By Robert Speer
What Chico State and Butte College are doing in response to the Virginia Tech massacre.
By Laura Hauser
Mosquito control expert allays fears in a West Nile virus hot spot.
Webcasters get a reprieve on a royalty-rate increase that Congress may strike down.
Chico State lets women’s basketball star Amber Simmons contact other schools, including her former coach’s.
Chico officials report ursine visitors from the mountains.
How much do you know about the war in Iraq?
Chico State’s new sustainability minor boasts wide-ranging acceptance—and its first graduate.
By Michele Bechard
Course requirements for Chico State’s sustainability minor.
California could become just the second state where cultivation is permitted.
The retail giant launches a solar program that includes California.
Brad Pitt backs a sustainable neighborhood in New Orleans.
Decreasing or eliminating wasted energy from idle appliances takes just a few steps.
Widespread support for New Urban Builders’ project dispels anti-growth stereotypes.
Supervisors may have signed away their right to determine where Butte County water goes.
A Chico peace activist jailed in Sacramento has an eye-opening experience.
By Cathy Webster
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Three jugglers talk about their Bidwell Park community.
By Marisol Salgado
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Local cameraman explores the world of digital documentaries.
By Meredith J. Cooper
A.D. inleashes the DEVO and looks into the Museum of Bad Art, as well as a few other places where outsider art walks the fine line of good taste.
By Jason Cassidy
More movies than we’ve ever reviewed before the previews!
By Jonathan Kiefer, and Matt Coker
Stereogum and J.C. show Mark Lore that there’s only one way to rock.
Book illustrates how people manage to get their ideas to stick.
Amy Winehouse faces her demons on Back to Black.
By Jaime O'Neill
Bobby Conn lives the double life of average Joe and glittery rock star.
By Barbara Manning
Sophia’s serves up excellent Thai cuisine on Chico’s west side.
By Henri Bourride
Superb sequel gets even the most hardened horror-film junkie to squirm.
By Craig Blamer
An Indian family struggles with keeping traditions in New York in The Namesake.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Classic WWII film finally makes it to DVD.
Relive the glory of The Four Horsemen on new DVD.
By Matthew Craggs
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