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Sale of Paradise Post to corporate owner could spell the end of the fiesty little paper.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 03.06.03
One editor’s take on working for the Paradise Post.
By Linda Meilink
Chico woman shares recent experiances in Kuwait.
Animal rights activists leave firebombs, graffiti at local McDonald’s.
By Josh Indar
150 in need can find shelter there.
By Devanie Angel
Brown U. professor speaks at CSUC on how immigrants now have even fewer rights.
Species can be preserved, but there’s still no willing seller.
By Devanie Angel, Peter Kimmich, and Tom Gascoyne
City not to blame for faulty cable TV service.
By Maureen Kirk
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.
Chico State’s Turner Museum presents “closet printmakers"—Epting, Hoppe, Kuiper and Patrick.
By John W. Young
A local peace activist learns his once famous anti-nuke sculpture was swallowed in Texas by the very forces it protested.
Chico Cabaret presents a high-energy rendition of Jerry Miller and Marcel Daguerre’s rock musical, High Noon on Wall Street.
A look at one of the rising NYC underground labels.
By Chris Baldwin
New Kinks import compilation good, but neglects ‘70s “RCA era.”
A legend of reggae is remembered again.
Pianist Kenny Barron shows us more of his love for Brazilian music.
By Miles Jordan
Relapse is where the real metal is.
By Matt Loomis
Chico State brings one of the world’s leading Bach experts to town for their special Bach weekend.
Sid Lewis and the rest of the Fire Monkeys reunite for a jamming evening at Stormy’s.
An eclectic bill pumps up the volume at the Riff Raff.
By Carey Wilson
The latest Jet Li action vehicle relies on kicks and a pair of panties.
By Craig Blamer
Criterion releases a fascinating two-disc set of films (20 years apart) based around the Hemingway short story, The Killers.
Oroville Dam relicensing offers opportunities, frustration.
Lots of good news this week.
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