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Yep, this is the last issue of the CN&R. The last April Fools’ issue, that is.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 04.01.04
Theater fell into disrepair under United Artists reign.
By Devanie Angel
By Josh Indar
By Matt Graydon
A.S. president will draft letter to foundation.
Zingg’s kidneys; CUSD budget; vandalism not a hate crime.
By Robert A. Howard
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Jason Cassidy
By C. Owsley Rain
Cable complaints and a visit with kid entrepreneurs.
By Tom Gascoyne
A medieval morality play gets modern translation and dance interpretation for Chico State theater production.
Chico Cabaret and area high-schoolers collaborate for commentary on campus violence.
Two former Chico State professors, Lawrence H. Wismer and Lloyd S. Jones passed away last week, leaving a legacy of creativity and hard work behind.
Motorhead front man Lemmy tells all.
Reviewed by Carey Wilson
By Shannon Savage
Fresh new release from Leftover Salmon.
By Stephen Metzger
Chico jazz band delivers great mix of original tunes.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
The ‘80s will never go away, and neither will S.F. cover band Tainted Love.
By Kathleen Patterson
Ghost to Falco’s intriguing, but boring creative expressions.
By Jason Willmon
The Breeders bring the party to the Brick Works.
By Carey Wilson
The downtown coffeehouse and restaurant is also an important cultural center.
By Shannon Rooney
Coen brothers deliver another dark-humored farce.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Never Die Alone is thin but stylish modern film noir.
By Craig Blamer
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