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There’s a lot to be learned from stereotypes.
By Meredith J. Cooper
This article was published on 02.14.08
When it comes to relationship dangers, one word comes to mind: communication.
How disagreements don’t have to spell doom for relationships.
By Emanuella Orr
Are married couples really fated to lose that spark?
By Monica Unhold
Twelve great songs for bumpin’ and grindin.’
Local couples share their fateful introductions.
By Robert Speer, and Toni Scott
Almost nobody is happy with the 22-year sentence Greg Wright received, including the district attorney. What’s going on here?
By Robert Speer
The City Council’s Internal Affairs Committee reviews the “disorderly events” ordinance, inviting comment — and getting an earful.
By Mark Lore
Mike Dent is tired of losing sleep because of garbage trucks emptying Dumpsters in the wee hours of the morning.
By Bryce Benson
Think it was bad three years ago, when Chico schools faced a $1.1 million shortfall? Compared to this year’s deficit, that was just a bump in the road.
By Toni Scott
Hospital chooses Connie Rowe to fill a crucial management slot.
There’s big news out of Butte County’s pioneering rice company.
n finializing the resolution denying the M&T mine, a dissenting supervisor decides to join the majority.
Long-distance relationships are more common than you’d think.
Local Habitat for Humanity store reduces waste while providing homes for needy families.
A federal court forces the EPA to rewrite regulations for coal-fired power plants.
Australian consumers plan to blacklist Japanese goods over the country’s continued whale hunting.
PG&E purchases its first two plug-in hybrid electric sport utility vehicles; promises more in the future.
Daryl Hannah promotes sustainability through an inventive Web site.
One of the best ways to reduce the human impact on climate is also one of the least discussed: reducing our consumption of meat.
The governor’s proposal had a basic flaw: It wouldn’t have worked.
CSU trustee Glen Toney issues ‘a call to action’ to Chico State and its neighbors.
By Glen Toney
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Antoinette Martinez wins the Outstanding Teacher award.
By Stephanie Maynard
Electronic communication keeps us on a very short leash.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Valentine’s Day and the Love Issue—what better time for a ‘met cute’ story?
By Evan Tuchinsky
The Blue Room shows off Shel Silverstein’s R-rated side.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Remembering the life and times of ‘Chico’s Oldest Teenager.’
By Barbara Manning
What we talk about when we talk about The Love Boat; voting is the new humping; and 9 out of 10 Grammy Award winners suck.
Wolverine’s female clone comes to life in X-23.
By Charles H. Peckham V
Cell phones are your key to the bathroom; squishy computer mouses; shirts that lead you to Wi-Fi; FaceBook leading the war on terror?; and the Wacky Web site of the week.
By Morgan Paar
Columbus noise pop band’s Rip It Off is as cheeky as anything you’ll hear this year.
By Ryan Foley
Songstress takes on the classics with gusto.
By Miles Jordan
Chico’s newest horror punks want to decapitate rockabilly, and make you watch.
Henri finally makes it to Chico’s new hot spot.
By Henri Bourride
Film captures the essence of Jean-Dominique Bauby’s memoir.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Documentary gives behind-the-scenes insight into comics’ lives.
A look into the mind of a workplace shooter and the life of a quadriplegic.
Chico State offers a rare opportunity to witness the creation of a Tibetan mandala.
By Ryan Laine
Male professors make quite a bit more than their female counterparts.
Get creative; learn to apply yourself; money for relief; and a few good scientists.
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