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Volunteers believe Chico will support $9 million monument to area’s natural history.
By Devanie Angel
This article was published on 12.04.03
See the big holiday picture with our comprehensive guide to the season.
By CN&R Staff
Help is always needed, and there’s no better time than the holidays to get in the spirit.
Dec. 4-Dec. 24.
Some fear museum would harm neighborhood.
Barber Yard project hopes to create a self-contained village on Diamond site.
By Robert Speer
By Josh Indar
By Tom Gascoyne
Neighborhood will be built with citizens’ input.
A magazine predicts the best-selling toys this holiday season.
By David Guzzetti
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Doggone, someone’s started a bakery for dogs.
By C. Owsley Rain
It’s hard for liberals to hate, but Dubya is sure giving them plenty of reason to be pissed off.
By Molly Ivins
Cheesy movie, cheesy cheese and cheese tidbits.
Outsider folk musician Dan Cohen gets a major indie label deal.
By Chris Baldwin
Betty Burns puts Late Nights back on the Blue Room schedule.
By Jason Cassidy
Franken’s pops conservative bubbles with humor.
Reviewed by Tom Blodget
Jean Shepherd’s selected stories are a fun holiday snack for A Christmas Story fans.
Reviewed by Stephanie Bird
Dolorean’s Not Exotic is a near-perfect album.
Ex-Chico musicians Experimental Dental School challenge you to describe their sound.
By Phil Anker
Ozomatli’s dance party returns to Chico State.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Growing a kitchen herb garden makes scents.
By Shannon Rooney
Ron Howard’s ambitious The Missing tries a lot and succeeds a little.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Don’t even bother with Haunted Mansion.
By Craig Blamer
Hear and see Monk on this first release from his archives.
By Miles Jordan
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