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The war on junk food is starting.
By Melinda Welsh
This article was published on 11.21.02
Community comes together to protest rape, the justice system and the media.
By Josh Indar
Local gadfly arrested on battery charge.
By Tom Gascoyne
Erene Thomas has voice and vote on CSU board.
By Devanie Angel
Synagogue arsonist dies in jail; apparent suicide.
Psychic James Van Praagh specialized in grief and loss.
By Devanie Angel, and Josh Indar
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.
National touring exhibit on noted author, teacher and publisher Mary Baker Eddy in Chico and Red Bluff.
By John W. Young
Suffering from the winter blues, a Chico artists journeys to Costa Rica to become refreshed.
By Jan Allenspach
Images of male genitalia in the campus art building draw criticism, while at a coffeehouse across the street similar images of women go largely unnoticed.
By Chris Baldwin
New U2 ‘90s compilation contains mostly tolerable tunes and a few good remixes.
The Streets bring the new sound of youth rebellion from Britain.
By C. Maynard Bopst
Chico High manages to pull off one of the first amateur productions of Les Miserables in the state.
Chico legend Spark ‘n’ Cinder ready to percolate at Stormy’s Off-Broadway.
Highly-acclaimed guitarist-singer-songwriter Erika Luckett performs Saturday at Moxie’s.
Boston folk singer Ellis Paul wins over a small Chico Women’s Club audience.
By Lyra Penoyer
The new Harry Potter gets bogged down in its reverence for the popular book.
By Christopher Allan Smith
An old surrealist film gets renewed release on DVD thanks to Jerry Garcia and Martin Scorcesse.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A legendary hippie concert gets re-released in a glorious 3-DVD set.
Fast Food Nation has succeed in getting readers to think.
Fleetwood and Fleming find buyers and Chico State students find dry-cleaning.
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