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Interview with ian Ruddell of Stonewall Alliance of Chico

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Interview by Arielle Mullen I’ve known ian Ruddell from afar for a few years, in that Chico way of having seen or been introduced to everyone at least once. During my last semester at Chico State I was lucky enough to land an internship at Stonewall Alliance, a local nonprofit dedicated to being a resource […]

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Happiness is the Best Revenge (Of the Nerds)


As everybody-who’s-anybody knows, dressing up is super fun and these people came to party. Basically what they do is wander around looking awesome and complimenting each other, basking in all the love. It’s rad.

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Furlough Fridays: Divided… But Inseperable


Divided is a representation of Furlough Fridays’ formative years, 2011 – 2013. The second track is the very first song we ever learned and played

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Wrestling With Reality


The spectacle! The showmanship! The drama! It’s like a live movie—except for we only get one take.” “So more like a play, then?” I suggest.

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Local Band Directory


[Possibly} Every Band in Town. List by Sesar Sanchez, Bios by Alex Light, Bob Howard, Zooey Mae, Amy Olson, and Jon Williams

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Horoscopes 3/24-3/30

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Aries It’s your time to shine this week. Finish off any unfinished business that you meant to complete in the last several months. Think of this as a time to clean up the things that were left undone. You need to start your solar year with a sense of freshness. Relationship issues continue to amaze you. […]

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Nicki Bluhm, Sierra Nevada Big Room, March 4th


Bluhm’s voice is a perfect mix of breathy and smooth, reminiscent of Etta James or Janis Joplin.

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Sustainable Inspiration: The Visual Wonder Of Johnny Dutro


Each piece had a tangible vibration and message for the viewer.

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Kyle Forrest Burns — Photography At Naked Lounge


I can only assume the beauty that was being witnessed in that exact moment left the artist in silence, with no need to explain it.

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deafheaven — Sunbather


This lightening of the mood proves to be its saving grace; it’s the only black metal album I’ve actually been able to enjoy.

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Periphery — Clear


Clear takes the listener on a pretty adven- turous musical journey: ranging from soft ethereal melodies, to heavy-hitting, heart- pounding grooves.

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There’s cuisine inspired from cultures across the world, which provides a wonderful option for adventurous palates.

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Horoscopes February 24th — March 2nd

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ARIES The nature of your confronta- tions will be suppressed, or will go underground after this Saturday. There is a slim chance that things will heat up, but more likely they will be put on the back burner. This is a time for sleep, sex, dream- ing, and making good karma. Pay bills, take care […]

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Naysayers Gonna Naysay


The Tweed Ride: hipster nonsense, or the best thing that ever happened in the history of ever?

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Labor Day Ride-Along


Probably one of the most disturbing things I took away from my experience is that far too many young women still walk home alone, in the dark, head down, along dark streets, texting away, completely oblivious to their surroundings.

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