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For our annual Entrepreneurs Issue, the CN&R editors looked at first jobs—our own and others'. We also profile three up-and-coming local businesses.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 02.21.02
Did we just crawl out from under rocks or some primordial writers’ ooze? Nope. We’re as normal as the rest of you—if that’s saying anything.
Christian Steinbach cooks up an expansion project.
By Devanie Angel
Young entreprenuer puts it all on the line for his pizza joint.
By Laura Smith
Pink Cadillac cruises into Chico with trunkful of books.
By Brendan Van Bockern
Proposed student apartments stirs up hornets’ nest of opposition.
By Tom Gascoyne
State will fund summer session.
Girl accused of vehicular manslaughter pleas guilty but doesn’t seem afraid.
High school classes will bulge.
City-county planning coordination, Ellis will face muder charge in Clark beating death, Chico State elections high tech.
By Devanie Angel, Laura Smith, and Tom Gascoyne
By Laurel Blankinship
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Music news and musings from a double-helixed columnist.
Political dish and commentary from the CN&R’s editor.
Tuba virtuoso Patrick Sheridan provides “high class brass” at CSU, Chico.
By John W. Young
Curator Catherine Sullivan talks about Janet Turner Gallery’s 4th National Print Competition at CSU, Chico.
Two concerts, one experimental, one classical, illustrate the riches of music offered in the Chico area.
By Chris Baldwin
North State Symphony.
Local metal band not too hip on the originality.
Two veteran bluesmen go at it like old times.
By Miles Jordan
Nils Lofgren plays Gold Country Casino and talks about his long music career.
Ozomatli headlines a great evening of music at the Senator.
Former Supreme Mary Wilson stars in tribute to music of Duke Ellington.
Willie Nelson speaks exclusively to the CN&R on the day of the death of his partner and friend Waylon Jennings.
By Alan Sheckter
Hart’s War is a war film that asks tough questions.
By Craig Blamer
Chiropractors suspicious of Prop. 44’s intentions.
Construction team takes top honors, photo folks find a niche, Gov. Davis takes credit for stuff.
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