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Chico’s karaoke scene burgeoning with a plethora of wannabe rock stars.
By Chris Baldwin
This article was published on 11.14.02
Greg Scott II walks away with the local American Idol crown.
Juvenile sex assaults shock community.
By Josh Indar
Academics, audience disagree over ethics of war in Iraq.
By Nelsy Rodriguez
He’s a honcho, but he had froggies on his tie.
By Devanie Angel
Not a peep of protest was heard when the supervisors upped developer fees in northwest Chico.
By Tom Gascoyne
By Devanie Angel, and Tom Gascoyne
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.
Works by artists David Cooper and David Thomas Ruiz are displayed at Butte’s Coyote Gallery.
By John W. Young
A look at the forces behind the growing scene for local all-Spanish music.
By Barbara Flaska
Heady word-play abounds in Blue Room production of Verge.
The Soundtrack of our Lives bring pop perfection from Sweden.
By Barbara Manning
An interview with Norway’s hottest rockers, who stop in Chico next week.
By Spencer Abbott
Annual Opera Highlights promises performances in full 17th and 18th-century regalia.
Mother Hips plays its farewell show at LaSalles.
The Distillers feed off the past for some living, breathing punk.
By Carey Wilson
Cedar Walton Quartet.
By Robert Speer
Eminem’s feature debut has some good things going for it, not the least of which is the acting.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A documentary about the artistic process manages to say a lot without many words.
Once again, neighbors are questioning the plan to clean up the Humboldt Road Burn Dump.
A new TV show, kudos to the students and early alerts on emergencies.
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