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At Thanksgiving, here are six local heroes we can all be thankful for.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 11.27.03
Don’t end up with egg on your face: Put your gifts in one basket. Our annual Holiday Gift Guide shows you how to do it.
Employees gather signatures as administration looks on.
By Devanie Angel
Tree ordinance to come to council.
By Tom Gascoyne
Budget-gloomy trustees realize leading CUSD not all it’s cracked up to be.
CDOJ’s anti-marijuana program by the numbers.
Commercial project and art project learn to live with each other.
Bidwell Ranch should become part of Bidwell Park.
By Hilary Locke
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Robert Speer
By C. Owsley Rain
Yes, there are similarities between Iraq and Vietnam.
By Gordon Livingston
AOL’s garbage, Wal-Mart chefs and the Hollywood shuffle.
Watching a squirrel’s near-death experience.
Lifelong Chico native Marcia Myers Wilhite has assembled a picture book homage to the town she loves.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
A Chico painter is influenced by a temporary residence on the California coast.
By Chris Baldwin
By Michele Bechard
Ima Robot debut worth a second listen.
By Phil Anker
A bluesy tribute to songwriting great Van Morrison.
By Miles Jordan
My Morning Jacket’s It Still Moves is well made but derivitive.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Invisible evades classification with its live-music/digital-film pieces.
By Jason Cassidy
A compilation of the best Broadway musicals makes its way to Chico State.
By Rachel B. Krampfner
Israeli superstar Chava Alberstein warms up Laxson with songs of love and country.
A long varied evening from harmonica legend Norton Buffalo.
By Carey Wilson
Henri remembers a somber Thanksgiving and the blessing that began its meal.
By Henri Bourride
Uniquely conceived Gothika falls prey to convention.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Another Seuss creation defiled on screen.
You can’t go wrong with Jonathan Richman in concert at the Great American Music Hall in S.F.
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