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This article was published on 10.13.16
Chicoans choose a few of their favorite things.
All the flavors that satisfy Chico’s palate.
Chicoans love it when the sun goes down.
Shout-outs to those who keep our community fit and feeling good.
Recognizing the special people and places that give Chico its character.
We think these people, places and things are the bee’s knees!
Preeminent expert on homelessness calls for housing-first model in Chico.
By Howard Hardee
Local surgeon Eugene Cleek takes on Democrat John Garamendi for Congressional seat.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Chico State’s flagship volunteer program celebrates half a century of community service.
Magalia woman arrested for attacking two people with a machete.
Plans for the Forest Avenue big-box include new gas station and more retail space.
DA motion maintains most of lapel-cam footage following on-duty shooting.
People who support Donald Trump are more likely to report financial insecurity.
A look at the candidates and measures that affect the environment.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Local K-8 educators learn to better recognize and accommodate dyslexic students ahead of new state law requiring screenings.
Don’t let a minor injury keep you down.
District elections would help take national politics out of local campaigns.
Thank your choices for Best of Chico by shopping with them.
Complacency on Nov. 8. could breed regret in the worst way.
Staying sane in a time that Donald Trump is running for POTUS.
By Melissa Daugherty
Rachel Sullivan and Desiree Johnson come together over a shared love of art.
By Jordonna Lobese
Chico’s Mood Swing Wines breaks out, gives to breast cancer fund.
Film, musical theater, improv and storytelling in Chico.
By Jason Cassidy
Middle school’s unique sense of wonder, hope, angst and dread pours through on every page.
By Matthew Craggs
Mirage reissue a reminder of Fleetwood Mac’s influence on rock.
By Mark Lore
Two trios; two new discs of piano music.
By Miles Jordan
Monstros celebrates 10 years of keeping punk alive in Chico.
By Ken Smith
Mother Hips co-founder Greg Loiacono rocks debut solo tour with badass backing band.
By Carey Wilson
Meal kits are changing the way we cook.
By Robert Speer
Another chapter in America’s tragic racial history.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
The winners of our readers' poll and editors' picks in everything from dining to shopping to entertainment.
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