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What happens when images of reality become more real than reality itself?
By Michael Ventura
This article was published on 07.22.10
When it comes to Chico’s public-art funding, confusion reigns.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Local physician Jeffrey Lobosky gives his view on health care to a packed Enloe Conference Center.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Her husband shoulders much of the blame.
By Tom Gascoyne
Disc-golf group gets OK to install 18 targets at six Chico parks.
Butte Humane Society gives a tour of its new cat facility, which will soon include a spay-and-neuter clinic.
Chico Unified School District personnel speak out about governor’s proposal to take $4 billion more away from education.
Data show Bush tax cuts, war spending are major factors.
Chico’s Saturday Farmer’s Market celebrates three decades of connecting locals with their food.
By Lindsey Barrett
Paradise Intermediate teacher recognized by PG&E Solar Schools program.
London fashion student takes sustainable high-fashion to new heights.
Many animals from Gulf of Mexico coast don’t show visible signs of oil contamination, scientists say.
Chicken coops and other pertinent biz.
Website offers a matching game with conservation tips.
It was fishermen, not farmers, who suffered most.
Farm workers’ union takes a new tack.
Nine years ago Chico voters turned down a bridge over Comanche Creek. Now a new proposal resurrects it.
By Michael Pike
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Craig Scarpelli has takes his team of competitive baseball players all over Northern California.
By Howard Hardee
Finally giving in.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
A reader takes the columnist to task for his “abysmal ignorance.”
By Robert Speer
Primary colors shine at Avenue 9 Gallery group show.
The rebirth of Birds of Fire, Ty Gorton and 28th Day.
By Jason Cassidy
Just as Newsweek gets its act together, it’s put up for sale.
Paul Thorn stays true on Pimps & Preachers.
By Jaime O'Neill
More of the same, plus a little bit extra on latest Ratatat LP.
Once revved up, Baskery’s smokin’ brand of Swedish Americana kills at the Big Room.
By Ken Smith
Chico is a haven for build-your-own burger bars.
Inception’s laborious narrative bogs down visually ambitious journey into the subconscious.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Craig Blamer
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