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This article was published on 10.03.02
Why are Chico’s restaurants so much better than they used to be?
By Robert Speer
Not quite 6 months old, Yummy’s already has loyal following.
By Devanie Angel
Sicilian Café chef James Taylor on his passion for food.
By Chris Baldwin
Playboy lists CSUC no. two party school, makes everyone mad.
By Josh Indar
Water is A-OK with no E. coli.
What’s your fee? Deans propose $200 a year for “enhancements.”
Criminal prosecutions of deadbeat parents much rarer, but more money is coming in.
By Mike Cristol
Stabbing at pear grove trailer park, Gov Davis signs bill for Butte County Sherriff’s widow.
By Maribeth Growdon
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
Artist Tellesen’s new paintings include a large temporary mural at Moxie’s.
By John W. Young
Collecting old cookbooks is about history as much as it is about food.
By Laura Smith
A new show of conceptual art at the Coyote Gallery examines the book as art form.
By Scott Brennan-Smith
The ninth-annual Chico World Music Festival looks to win crowds with some relatively unknown artists.
Former Chicoan Omarr Escoffie visits from L.A. with new band at Mr. Lucky.
The N&R talks to bassist Les Claypool of Primus fame about his new cast of characters in Frog Brigade.
By Spencer Abbott
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Jackie Chan shows that he has something in common with classic funny men like Buster Keaton.
Health inspectors are on the prowl for hazards in Chico’s restaurants.
Response when asked to see most recent health inspection report.
By Nelsy Rodriguez
New phone company in town, as are yo-yos.
5 questions with Jeff Schlicht of AuctionSniper.com.
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