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Chronicler of modern-day Darwins explores the origin of The Origin of Species—in a book as well as an upcoming lecture at Chico State.
By Jaime O'Neill
This article was published on 03.06.08
Instructor-turned-author discusses the appeal of David Quammen’s storytelling.
Because of a contract dispute, women who give birth at Enloe and are insured by Blue Shield will no longer be able to obtain home-care services from the hospital.
By Laura Hauser
To mark the fifth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the Chico Peace and Justice Center is sponsoring an event featuring giant puppets illustrating the costs of the war.
By Bryce Benson
Gruendl is pragmatic problem-solver three times over.
By Evan Tuchinsky
After 25 years of pickaxes and wheelbarrows, the New Era Mine is suddenly a big operation. The neighbors aren’t happy.
By Robert Speer
Just a week after running into a firestorm of opposition in Magalia, county air quality officials are holding off on plans to to regulate wood-burning heaters in the Chico area.
McClintock throws his hat in the ring, Oller throws himself on his sword, and Ose throws a punch. Welcome to Republican politics in the 4th Congressional District.
Is change in the air? Why else would four Democrats be vying to challenge 11-term Republican Rep. Wally Herger?
2007 Chico street-crime statistics.
Chico State students keep plugging away at biodiesel project.
Activists go to new heights in opposition of airport-expansion plan.
Conservationists successfully breed endangered leopards.
Thom Yorke and Radiohead join environmental campaign.
Drivers and riders share responsibility for safe road-sharing.
If the city is going to take symbolic action on bottled water, why not on cutting the budget, as well?
The drastic collapse of the West Coast salmon run is just one of many consequences of rising water temperatures due to global warming.
Butte County’s mosquito-control officials use pesticides that overkill and underkill at the same time.
By Karen Laslo
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
‘Thrift Queen’ Tanya Schuttenberg.
By Monica Unhold
Should paranoid bureaucrats raise our kids?
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Holcombe gives his take on controversies from his first year as Chico’s mayor.
Deleted scenes and commentary from ‘My lunch with Andy II.’
Locals put their heads together for The Crux’s first Chico Mind Map.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Model citizens at the ready; BFA students show off their goods; new poetry book is absolutely nuts; Norton Buffalo scores Keeping Dance Alive! (and vice-versa); plus the Bi-Weekly Devotions.
By Jason Cassidy
Richie Roberts brought down one of New York’s most notorious drug lords—did the film get it right?
By Chris Caraway
Stephen Malkmus does what Stephen Malkmus wants; Aye Jay! talks metal at the metal haven of Barnes & Noble; and Aubrey Debauchery ready to release a new record, and become an American Idol.
By Mark Lore
Bomb them all to Hell … in a series of mini games that have nothing to do with bombs.
By Matthew Craggs
Site unlocks the vault to some of Sweden’s hippest bands.
Songstress makes some classics her own on her second covers album.
By Angela Lashbrook
Portland trio is changing the way people look at punk rock.
Small-town charm and home cooking just off the beaten path.
By C. Moore
Ferrell and his new team suit up for another shot at comedy gold.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Film is held together by Ricci and McAvoy.
By Craig Blamer
Special edition of Across the Universe includes a real treat.
By Steve Metzger
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Meredith J. Cooper
New club at Chico State addresses issue of human trafficking.
By Toni Scott
Human trafficking numbers demonstrate the prevalence of the inhumane and criminal behavior that exists around the globe.
Jazzing it up; concrete goes crazy; sporting news; and more.
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