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A salute to summer.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 05.29.03
Democratic presidential hopeful Dennis Kucinich comes to Grass Valley.
By Tom Gascoyne
Environmentalists come to Chico to gather public comment.
Suspect arrested in “not credible” anthrax threat to CN&R.
By Josh Indar
CUSD sticks with January figures for budget.
By Devanie Angel
FCC: Few Control Communications.
Who has the rights to the downtown park?
The Senator Theater will become a community theater.
By Richard Elsom
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
A profile of young publisher Jack Dugan.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Wal-Mart is huge and so is Wasney’ barbecue.
Careful where you walk at night.
Local homebrew club suds it up at annual competition.
Theatre on the Ridge’s production of Owl and the Pussycat quite funny although lacking in chemistry.
By John W. Young
Dead Meadow unleash the classic stoner rock.
By Chris Baldwin
Locals The Contra Band crank out the “real” punk.
By Carey Wilson
A talk with legendary butt rocker Ted Nugent.
By Alan Sculley
Local punk rock show lays into Dubya.
High-energy show highlights fair.
One line summary.
By Henri Bourride
Bend It Like Beckham offers a delightful comedy of manners set in contemporary London.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Remake of In-Laws comedy turns out fatally inept in spite of stars Douglas and Brooks.
By Christopher Allan Smith
God becomes a low brow comic in the latest Jim Carrey vehicle.
Double-disc DVD version of Disney’s classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea worth owning.
Summer Guide feature: Lassen and Plumas National Forest scenerey and campsites are visited.
A look at the diverse array of nearby summer music festivals.
Miniature golf resurfaces in Chico as a challenging family sport.
Some movies show summertime potential and some will make us run plugging our noses.
By Bob Grimm
Driving a convertible is cool.
beating the heat is cool.
The Observatory is cool.
The community garden is cool.
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