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Hip-hop represents in Northern Cali.
By Devanie Angel
This article was published on 03.13.03
From small town to big label.
Local business owner’s retirement plans complicated by ground contamination.
By Tom Gascoyne
It’s been a home-away-from-home for students.
Kendall is credited with bringing Chico State into new era.
Supes try to head off water transfers with “stop-gap” measure.
By Josh Indar
Another McDonald’s targeted, State pulls out of ORAC.
Chapman gets little respect from law enforcement.
By Ronald Angle
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 Opera Workshop raises funds with “Masked Ball” at Turnadot for its planned fall Italian Opera Tour.
By John W. Young
GPS system directs search.
Ashland goes for broke with a audacious season-opening world-premiere staging of David Edgar’s two-play cycle Continental Divide.
By Robert Speer
Art rock still alive and ponderous with Bay Area based band Inventing Edward’s CD release.
One of the top bassists in jazz indulges in a little fusion.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Don’tcha Know reveals indie musician Chris Barber’s “Spiv” as a pure pop tunesmith.
A survey of local jukeboxes shows the American icon is still well alive in Chico.
By Austin Houlding
Legendary local blue-eyed funk band Brutilicus Maximus pounds the stage at Riff Raff Friday night.
Oroville’s Birdcage Theatre produces a nice little version of Gore Vidal’s comedy Small Planet.
Tears of the Sun doesn’t delve too deeply into war.
By Craig Blamer
Bringing Down the House manages a few laughs despite the tired script.
The new family owned Tin Roof Bakery hopes to make its presence known in the local bread market.
By Chris Baldwin
Coffee’s on, assets are frozen and ag day is on the way.
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