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The Chico News & Review’s annual Christmas short story, in which the memories of a grandfather and the experience of a young boy combine to illuminate the Christmas spirit.
By Zu Vincent
This article was published on 12.19.02
Incident involving girl with gun at Chico Jr. High ended with no physical harm.
By Josh Indar
By Devanie Angel
By Tom Gascoyne
Rick Anderson: Serving on the school board is far from a thankless job.
By Rick Anderson
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Self-righteous and ineffectual whining from the Rev.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
More self-promoting hippie blather.
Political dish and commentary from the CN&R’s editor.
Winter Solstice Concert stars Windham Hill recording artists Liz Story, Will Ackerman & Philip Aaberg.
By John W. Young
John Cowan talks about his new book documenting the history of Gray Lodge Wildlife Area.
By Nelsy Rodriguez
Blue Room offers its funny and thought-provoking Bête one final weekend; Senator’s Batbabes is fun and kinda forgettable.
A noted punk musician lists some faves for the holidays.
By Chris Bopst
A recent Chico State grad opens up a new specialty music store for indie and hip hop.
By Chris Baldwin
Chico hip-hop heroes Becky Sagers fall into Paradise Lost video store for a free concert Saturday night.
Last chance to catch local original singer-songwriter Dan Cohen at Stormy’s before the end of the year.
Chico State’s annual Glorious Sounds of the Season concert enjoys another great run.
The latest Star Trek film proves the series is finally without a pulse.
By Christopher Allan Smith
Real Women have Curves is a gritty winner.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Snap-on tools are the gold standard for professional mechanics, as a local dealer explains.
By Robert Speer
RV deal a bust, scrapbooks galore and Catalyst appreciates comforting quilts.
Be your own boss.
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