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Chico Summer Guide.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 05.27.04
Longtime ‘city councilmemberColeen Jarvis remembered for her compassion and energy.
By Tom Gascoyne
By Nargis Nooristani
By Josh Indar
By Devanie Angel
DCBA assesment breakdown.
Fill council vacancy and try to avoid negative politics.
The futility of the nation’s war on drugs.
By Marvin Wisely
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Jeff Gipson is the man to lean on in the medical supply business.
By Jason Cassidy
By C. Owsley Rain
Crazy Horse back in the saddle, only raw almonds off shelves and I visit CrossFit.
Paradise resident’s documentary portraying America’s declining post-9/11 civil liberties getting major attention.
Female cast of Five Women Wearing the Same Dress lights up Theatre on the Ridge.
Manga Buddha is the bomb.
Reviewed by Carey Wilson
Mission of Burma makes a stellar comeback.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
England’s Franz Ferdinand is old-school Brit-pop/Dance-punk.
By Chelsea Sime
High school band rocks out.
‘The full spectrum’ of punk on display at Fulcrum Records show.
You don’t have to leave Chico to experience Italy.
By Joe Krulder
Shrek 2 doesn’t suck.
DJs and live funk drumming combine with stunning visuals for Keepintime DVD.
By Aye Jay
Hot? Check out a local swimming hole.
How cold is the bar beer?
Movie critic Bob Grimm predicts which will be the “gee whiz, neato,” the “hmm, I wonder” and the “I’d rather wax my toes” films of summer 2004.
By Bob Grimm
The music festival comes out of hibernation.
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