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Results of our readers’ votes on the Best of Chico—and our editors weigh in with their own (sometimes outrageous) picks.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 09.20.01
Results of our readers’ votes on the Best of Chico.
Our editors weigh in with their own (sometimes outrageous) picks.
CN&R photographer documents a day for some participants in Chico’s Farmer’s Market.
By Tom Angel
How Chico fared in the week following the attack.
Two Butte County plays have been scrapped due to terrorism.
By Chris Baldwin
California State University Chancellor’s Office threatens faculty teach-in.
By Tom Gascoyne
A group of Native Americans repeat the 100-mile journey from Chico to Round Valley that their ancestors were forced to take in 1863.
By Matt Lee
Our weekly profile of a community organization.
By Barbara Blythe
Matt Lakota gets a little suit-happy, Cohasset straw debacle removed, Blacklock retires.
By Devanie Angel, and Laura Smith
It is time for Oroville to forget about the state’s empty promise of tourist-based economy coming out of the dam.
By Bill Fiedler
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Why full-scale retributive attacks will fail—and what we can do to stop the cycle of violence.
By George Wright
Music news and musings from a double-helixed columnist.
Political dish and commentary from the CN&R’s editor.
New production of suspense thriller at Oroville’s Birdcage Theatre.
By John W. Young
CN&R editors select their five fave albums of all time.
The self-portraits of Face to Face offer a little something for everyone.
By John O'Brien
By Devanie Angel
The Hag flaunts his old school roots on his latest triumph.
Swinging acoustic standards from Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem.
A Boston indie rock band gets heavy.
Davis group The Brodys unleash a strong third CD.
The White Stripes have released one of the best rock albums of the year.
R&B superstar Jill Scott stops to reflect on her rise to the top.
By Alan Sculley
Debut of the new North State Symphony promises great music.
Loretta Lynn and brethren play country music for a sold out crowd in Oroville.
Glass House has some moments of suspense before failing, while Harball is nothing but a tedious exercise in Softball.
By Craig Blamer
Chico schools are eyeing farmers’ market salad bars.
Child Development Lab heads up major remodeling effort.
By Laura Smith
Fictitious business names published on September 20, 2001.
Opening doors, a hootenanny and helping the victims.
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