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Brevity was the main criterion for CN&R’s annual Fiction 59 contest.
By CN&R Readers
This article was published on 06.17.04
Gridley and Biggs seek community help in dealing with gang violence.
By Josh Indar
Vote splits along party lines.
By Devanie Angel
State takes input, frustrates citizens.
CDF disputes county suggestion that it is partially to blame for budget problems.
Racist graffiti case fizzles from hate crime to misdemeanor vandalism; defendants guilty plead to lesser charges.
Chino vs. Chico.
Council’s deadlock leaves city stranded.
Federal officials are being deceptive about grounding large air tankers this fire season.
By Dean Talley
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Mr. fix-it not content to sit by the pool.
By Nargis Nooristani
By C. Owsley Rain
Anthony Watts and the Pow Wow are back, Chico Chai and Lyon Books online are new.
By Tom Gascoyne
NorCal’s flashiest ballers take on Team And1.
By Jason Cassidy
Sculpture and photography share space at 1078’s two artist show.
By Mary Abowd
Chico’s Mark H. Clarke puts out tiny books by local poets, including his own The Four Color Conjecture, on Myrmex Press.
Reviewed by Jason Cassidy
Your favorite sad optomists hit the mainstream swimming.
By Mark Lore
King Wilkie’s youthful bluegrass more impressive live than on debut CD Broke.
By H. D. Brown
Self-released debut from Northwest jazz crew The Wayward Trio is one cool groove.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Jam superstars combine forces in San Andreas Experiment.
Mission of Burma gains a step for explosive reunion show at the Fillmore.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
When the weather’s hot, nothing beats a cool summer salad.
By Henri Bourride
Korean ‘film poem’ Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… And Spring is surprising series of life glimpses.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
The Stepford Wives is more satirical bark than bite.
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