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By Mark Lore
This article was published on 11.29.07
New project breaks from Tooth & Nail preconceptions.
By Jason Cassidy
It’s real country—and don’t even think about requesting a cover.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Mad scientist invites his friends along to make weird pop music.
Brothers on their way to making waves in the local scene.
By Landon Moblad
Songstress releases her first album and tries a band on for size.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Metalheads pull from the past while looking to the future.
What have the ‘06-07 acts been up to? Some a lot; some …
Chico State professor documents a little known, shameful period in California’s history.
By Robert Speer
GPAC discussion focuses on size over substance.
Discussion-starting professor examines interfaith interactions.
By Tang Lor
Chico-area supervisors fault county general plan process as being too developer-friendly.
By Joe Krulder
Justice Dept.: Pot eradication efforts driving growers indoors.
Finance Committee recommends supporting library, cutting management raises.
Council decides there’s no good reason to require professionals on the Planning Commission.
Think corporate CEOs rake in the big bucks? Check out what hedge-fund managers make.
American Indians reaffirm their connection to the earth while others catch on.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Presidential library stacked with plants; earns highest LEED rating.
Paradise councilmembers OK climate-protection document.
Environmentalists and governments call for a halt to Japan’s whaling expedition.
Chico Girl Scouts distribute hundreds of energy-saving compact florescent lights.
A corporate stranglehold on Redding’s newspaper hurts the community it’s supposed to serve.
By Celeste White
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Travel agent Linda Johnson.
When did democracy get mixed with facism and totalitarianism?
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Found Footage Festival seeks out the good, the bad and the campy.
Dylan does Benny Hill; a cheap bastard among us; Court Theatre closes; and the Bi-Weekly Devotions.
Sir Bjorn straps on his armor to teach kids ‘Knightly Virtues’ in the 21st century.
By Craig Blamer
Records should be the gift of life; the Supersuckers don’t suck; arts in Chico could be getting the shaft; and citizens are not through with disorder.
Author becomes more aware of his own spirituality while living “Biblically.”
By Barry Henderson
The characters you love get all violent on each other.
By Dave Benatti
Nevada City singer-songwriter becomes one with Earth.
By Sophie Speer
American Idoler keeps things light on her sophomore effort.
By Matthew Craggs
Canadian musical twins show some sisterly love and pick The Boss’ brain.
Don’t let the “raw/vegan” label deprive you of the delicacies at House of Nature’s Own.
By C. Moore
The guy definitely gets the girl in this quirky little film.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Frank Darabont’s latest shows that the religious right is scarier than any man-eating beasties.
The recent barrier built by beavers in Big Chico Creek is reminiscent of a similar situation 30 years ago.
By Richard Ek
Wildcat programmers compete; snag some clothes for free; hiking to Feather Falls; and turning a blind eye to race and sex.
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