Issue: March 03, 2016

It's March, the rain is back and another issue of the Chico News & Review is here!

In this week's cover story, we breakdown steps we can take to leave behind fossil fuels-some are fairly easy, many are not, but will be helpful in

preserving the future of the planet.

In news: The Chico city council enacts more rules criminalizing the homeless and fails to act on opening up public restrooms overnight to curb public

urination and defecation. And a new public art piece goes up in Bidwell Park in memory of cycling advocate Ed McGlaughlin.

In health, Howard Hardee looks at Chico State's Reach Out And Respond (ROAR) program, aimed at training students in discerning the signs of alcohol

overdose, and in Greenways, intern Mason Masis highlights a solar-power program that sent a couple of students from Inspire School of Arts & Sciences

to Kenya.

And finally, in arts, it's a typically eclectic week of stories, covering everything from an experimental music festival at Chico State and the annual Maker Showcase at Idea Fab Labs, to food as art at the Janet Turner Print Museum and a Arts DEVO's look at spectacular basketball maestro, Steph

Curry of the Golden State Warriors.

Have a great weekend. See you next week!

Jason Cassidy, arts editor, Chico News & Review