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The takeway from Black Rock City: abundant irony amid good intentions.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 09.06.07
What some local Burners say about ‘The Green Man.’
Chico State students throw one hell of a party Labor Day weekend, and do it with some organization.
By Bryce Benson
After a two-year soap opera of approvals, appeals and court challenges, the InEnTec medical-waste facility proposed for Red Bluff is back for a final decision.
By Mark Lore
A serendipitous personal connection could bring police officers from the Philippines to train with cops in Butte County.
By Evan Tuchinsky
After years of being tucked away in Laxson Auditorium, the huge Turner Collection moves to the Chico Museum for nine months.
By Robert Speer
Despite the fact that many cell-phone antennas in Chico are located close to residences, the City Council turned down a proposed tower at the Elks Lodge in part because it was within 500 feet of houses.
Burkland appointed to lead city government (for now), and Architectural Rewview Board gets a new member.
Potter Road path named after late Sierra Nevada executive.
Chico City Council approves new approach to shutting down out-of-control gatherings.
Once a victim of the war on drugs, hemp may get a chance after all.
By Sena Christian
Colusa ranch builds a large solar array, and gets a big rebate.
PETA blasts Al Gore for ignoring the link between the meat industry and global warming.
Hawaiian islands ferry service gets washed up by ocean-going protesters.
A Chico State student challenges folks to live more sustainably.
The Larry Craig saga is as much about society as it is about him.
County staffers need to pay more attention to Butte Creek Canyon.
CUSD’s new strategy, while commendable, seems to put responsibility on the wrong party.
By Dr. Roland J. Lamarine
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Lauren Wilson keeps student athletes on track.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Don’t like big business? Don’t shop there.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
NCLB is up for renewal. It clearly needs some revamping. Maybe it should just disappear.
New faces of the Blue Room Theatre debut with Doubt: A Parable.
By Craig Blamer
Sculptor Dan Corbin, community theater explosion, Chico arts meetings, classes, art for sale on Craigslist and submitting art listings on the CN&R’s online calendar.
By Jason Cassidy
Local poet and playwright Mark Guttman spreads the positive beyond Chico.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
“Disorderly events” ordinance close to passing; a man and his quest to kill corporate record labels; and time travel might be a thing of the past.
Author’s latest will surely strike a nerve with readers.
By Jaime O'Neill
All the teen angst and vampires are back with this offering from Dark Horse.
By Matthew Craggs
Latest from M.I.A. is good, but doesn’t surpass her brilliant debut.
Former deadboy goes solo, but keeps things creepy.
By Joshua Merrell
Long-time locals finally release their first album, and it’s well worth the wait.
By Charles H. Peckham V
Roomy restaurant offers equally expansive menu.
By C. Moore
Story on author Jane Austen’s life lacks … well, life.
Rob Zombie remake of John Carpenter’s ‘70s classic is that bad.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Ryne Johnson, new director of the Center for Entrepreneurship at Chico State, knows a good venture when he sees it.
Crime stats from CSU campuses compared.
Butte College racers head to Kansas; Chico State alum Travis Kurtz making movies; comedian Pharaoh comes to Chico.
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