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The essays in our annual Women’s Issue are as diverse as their authors are.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 10.24.02
She was a hard-driving diva who fronted a punk rock band, but somewhere along the way her female nature found another path—to motherhood and femininity.
By Robin Indar
My encounter with the boss from hell.
By Robyn Moormeister
Cooking, cleaning, caring for kids are still merely women’s work—and the world still turns on it.
By Mary Cook
As a freshman girl at Chico High School, I struggle to find time to do homework, attend volleyball practice and games and maintain my friendships and home life.
By Sophie Speer
Mary Poppins, a book about a woman who could do everything “practically perfectly,” is a recipe for disaster.
By Taran March
Gov. Davis hits Chico on his swing through Northern California.
By Tom Gascoyne
Natural History Museum needs $2.8 million.
By Devanie Angel
Officers from other CSU campuses will help with Halloween.
By Richard Ek
The Corning aircraft painter was released from custody in Pakistan.
By Josh Indar
Panty thief suspect, Hmong teen shooter suspect caught; ret. CDF firefighter found dead, a probable suicide.
On Nov. 5, all of us have an opportunity to help address our local and statewide affordable-housing challenges.
By Coleen Jarvis, Dan Nguyen-Tan, and Maureen Kirk
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Women’s studies isn’t about the uneven division of power between men and women, it’s about opening doors through education for everyone.
By Carol Burr
Music news and musings from a double-helixed columnist.
Political dish and commentary from the CN&R’s editor.
Pick Fine Arts photographs musicians personalities still life Oscar Leatherman Has Beans Café & Galleria. Photographer Leatherman features rock musicians in show at Has Beans.
By John W. Young
She’s a college student by day, but at night she enters the twilight zone, serving drinks in a neighborhood bar.
By Rachel Nevins
Energetic onstage version of Rocky Horror jolts the Chico Cabaret.
Peter Gabriel’s first new album in nearly 10 years.
By Stephanie Bird
String Cheese Incident talks about the move from jamband label to real songwriters.
By Alan Sculley
Satire reigns again when Merry-Standish return for an evening of broad political and social humor with a local spin.
Sir Paul wows at Arco.
Turner’s new band Inner hits Chico State and The Red Room.
A takeoff on new Japanese horror, The Ring provides uneasy suspense.
By Craig Blamer
The intelligent comedy Tadpole takes a few cues from Frech cinema.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
By Chris Baldwin
Caffé Malvina is a well-kept downtown Chico secret.
Playing dressup, Playboy business and I play in SoCal.
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