Welcome to the Chico News & Review Archives
Go to CN&R home page
In these heartfelt essays classroom teachers explain why they are frustrated but hopeful.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 06.13.02
Paradise blaze causes fire officials to worry about summer fire season.
By Josh Indar
Neighbors show up in droves to denounce project.
By Devanie Angel
Citizens’ group wants to tell supes how to spend tobacco money.
The State Controller’s data center computer was illegally accessed.
By Dane Grace
Body found in woods thought to be missing Altadena girl.
She’s dropped the Bopp but she can fly nonstop.
Erin Lesher, and Jory John
Rugby team scores, and so do kids ages 0 to 5.
By Dane Grace, and Mark Lore
Global warming is every bit as troubling as terrorism, but President Bush is doing nothing about it.
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.
By Tom Gascoyne
Chico Museum unveils tribute to 100 years of Chico High School.
By John W. Young
A look at what’s headed our way in local summer theater.
By Chris Baldwin, and John O'Brien
Annual Bloomsday event celebrates the 81st anniversary of James Joyce’s acclaimed novel Ulysses.
References to Salvador Dalí, the new play at the Blue Room, has plenty of fun trying to be sexy.
By Joey Minissale
By Robert Speer
Mt. Shasta area musicians Scull and Martin deliver nice, laid-back, jazzy CD.
New 2 CD compilation of Townshend’s Who and solo demos a fine little collection.
Joshua Redman’s new trio builds a slow-cooking Hammond groove.
By Carey Wilson
One line summary.
Everybody is having fun on the new musical over at the Chico Cabaret.
By Chris Baldwin
Texan Wayne “The Train” Hancock rolls into Duffy’s again.
LaSalles hosts local country-rockers The Asskickers and legendary roots-rockers The Incredible Diamonds this Friday.
A group of ex-Chicoans brings a new Cirkus back from the city.
By Elizabeth Latimer
Choosing between Mike Watt and The Go Getters is no choice at all.
A movie adaptation of a popular modern Southern-belles novel is surprsingly tolerable for our reviewer.
By Craig Blamer
The CIA movie Bad Company manages to be so stupid it’s insulting.
With the new Star Wars film still raking in the bucks, a special-edition DVD offers a welcome return to Hardware Wars, one of the great goofball spoofs of all time.
Parents rally for affordable child care.
By Chelsea Sime
CUTA gets new union boss, terrorism goes 3-D.
Thank you for visiting the Chico News & Review.