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A semi-illustrated look at the local music scene circa 1977-2007.
By Mark Lore
This article was published on 07.26.07
Tales of bands that made an impact in Chico … in the words of the people who lived them.
The 10 best and worst local band names of the last 30 years.
Burger Hut has made a name for itself locally, but can it now sell franchises?
By Jennifer Donnell
An old name gets new life with the official naming of Wick’s Corner.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Fidel Molina says he’s going to get justice or die trying.
By Bryce Benson
For years Supervisor Jane Dolan has fought to get a scrap-metal yard moved out of the Chapman neighborhood. Now, with a report of soil contamination on the site, she has more firepower.
By Toni Scott
Workers’ and hospital’s negotiators hit first disagreement.
Multi-million-dollar legal action against city fails on a technicality.
Celebration of life to be held at—where else?—Lost On Main.
Peace Center hosts phone-a-thon in City Plaza.
A whole new list of places to visit.
New downtown eatery serves up nutrient-rich raw dishes.
By Laura Hauser
Bohemian Club logging plan ruffles feathers.
Boy-wizard novel called the greenest book in history.
Economists wary of China’s financial stability.
Raw foods have many benefits.
In Iraq, there is no light at the end of the tunnel.
The utility is helping Butte Creek salmon only after being dragged into it, kicking and screaming.
By Allen Harthorn
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Augie Fash takes his yo-yo act on the road.
Sexuality and the young people who grow into it.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Back to normal after 7/7/07.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Artist Christine Fulton is on a quest to build her own castle.
By Emanuella Orr
Arts DEVOté looks at Chico State’s School of the Arts; Paradise’s new depot museum; A.D. pays a visit to Wally Herger and gets fooled by the sheet on Wendell Castle’s “Ghost Clock"; and a very special Weekly Devotion.
By Jason Cassidy
Harry may be the star, but his female counterparts also wield a mean wand.
By Juliette Terzieff
Time travel and looking back on 30 years of music.
Being green isn’t just for Kermit and Gore.
By Matthew Craggs
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Jay Farrar and Co. gel on Son Volt’s latest.
By Michael Kuker
Queens of the Stone Age play dirty rock for a sweaty sold-out crowd.
The sweet aroma of Indian cuisine wafts through Chico.
By C. Moore
La Vie en Rose tells the story of France’s beloved chanteuse Édith Piaf.
Adam Sandler and Kevin James play gay … which is not very funny, actually.
By Craig Blamer
Film captures the tortured genius of Thirteenth Floor Elevators’ Roky Erickson.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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