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CN&R intern tackles some of Chico’s more interesting occupations.
By Chelsey Shoop
This article was published on 07.13.06
Unsavory jobs have rewards beyond meeting needs.
Unable to win politically, NorCal Libertarians hope to prevail in the war of ideas.
By Joe Krulder
County’s battle with Mechoopda Indians over their casino site ensnares Chico.
By Robert Speer
Newspapers and newscasters grapple with the right way to cover a publicity-savvy purveyor of hate.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Flynn jumps in; almonds go nuts; program gets a boost; and George gets a new job.
Chicoans opposed to the discount retailer’s expansion still have the chance to voice their opinion over two local projects.
By Heather Schlaff
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Butte County law librarian John Zorbas knows the tricks of the trade.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Evan Tuchinsky
After a one-year absence, Chico State’’s theater company returns to a standing ovation.
By Monica Unhold
Is it possible to spend 24 hours in the cavernous monument to consumerism?
Helmet, shirts, Fierce Perms and Maaaark Loooore!
By Mark Lore
Richard Whitehead, Chico Art Center 50th birthday and the cremaster and Sinatra.
By Carla Resnick
Gary Shteyngart’s Absurdistan takes a healthy jab at American values.
Reviewed by Craig Blamer
Cook’s Illustrated—the start of a beautiful friendship.
By Michael Kuker
Tool manages to find the light at the end of the dark tunnel.
Paul Simon’s collaboration with Brian Eno offers more than a few surprises.
By Stephanie Bird
The CN&R’s resident blues experts check out the action at the Big Room.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia, and Miles Jordan
At Bustolini’s Deli, la vita è bella
By Lenny Hubbard
Second Pirates installment is fun but throws the plot overboard.
By Craig Blamer
Zombies play into political satire from the director of Gremlins
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