Welcome to the Chico News & Review Archives
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 04.22.04
Global-warming expert shares his knowledge with Chico.
By Mandy Trilck, and Tom Gascoyne
Break the car habit and take the bus.
By Chelsea Sime
Living without a car in Chico.
By Tom Gascoyne
Outspoken councilmember has emergency appendectomy that leads to discovery of colon cancer.
By Josh Indar
By Devanie Angel
Accused baby killer bails out; Halloween crackdown to continue;
Pay up, corporate deadbeats.
Celebrate Earth Day and practice its purpose all year long.
By Trish Puterbaugh
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Friends of Bidwell Park President Susan Mason leads volunteers on privit removal project in the park.
By Jason Cassidy
By C. Owsley Rain
Dick, radio and a scam.
An award that wasn’t an award.
Chico artist and educator Paul Feldhaus has filled his house with art, and he’s getting ready to sell 20 year’s worth at bargain prices.
By Carey Wilson
Chico Cabaret’s production of famed off-Broadway hit I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change is fun and well played.
The Blue Room struts into spring with invigorating rock musical Hedwig & the Angry Inch.
Michael Bublé is little hottie who does smooth classic and modern standards.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
After a four year hiatus, Blonde Redhead return with ‘supple and suprising’ Misery is a Butterfly.
By Phil Anker
Tigerbeat’s Numbers is more local than you.
Pennywise holds tight to punk torch.
Opera Workshop plays it safe and flat with Verdi recital.
The rock gets emotional for the kids at the Brick Works.
Henri recalls his father’s love of artichokes and Marilyn Monroe.
By Henri Bourride
Nice to look at, the second installment in Kill Bill series talks too much.
By Craig Blamer
British film Sylvia released on DVD and video.
By Sonja Friedlein
Sure, the weather gets hot, but so does the action. Fill your seasonal calendar with fun.
New to town? Don’t worry. This is a primer on your new home’s vital statistics, plus a guide to needs as varied as bus-riding and bill-paying.
It’s all local, they say.
Duffers have a variety of options to choose from, including golfing in scenic Bidwell Park.
Downtown is the heart and soul of Chico, from shopping to students to late-night adventure.
Chico State University is what gives the town its vitality and drives much of the local economy. Plus, there’s lots of learning to be had.
Parents of the K-12 set have many choices of where to send their kids to school. We offer an overview of the public system as well as several private schools.
Bidwell Park is the pride of Chico and a natural choice to show off to out-of-town guests.
You won’t be crashing on your buddy’s couch with these choices of motels and bed-and-breakfast inns.
Whether you’re up for a day trip or a longer adventure, Chico is the perfect jumping-off point for hiking, picnicking, golfing or just exploring.
Who needs the big city with Chico’s wide variety of shops?
Chico is proud to have in its midst the honest-to-goodness National Yo-Yo Museum.
If you’re ailing or just want to keep in tip-top shape, Chico has a range of health and wellness options, from alternative healing to a skilled trauma center.
From the animal-head fountains at Caper Acres to the Toyland-style trolleys, it seems like Chico is made is the smaller set.
If it’s nightlife you want, it’s nightlife you’ll get, with Chico’s wide selection of venues for after-five adventure.
You won’t go hungry in Chico. We’ve listed the town’s culinary offerings by category.
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