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Arts DEVO: Soon …

Bring back the arts, and the directors, and the punks, and the notebook with the handwritten open-mic poem, and the sound people, and the guest curator, and the guy who sweeps up the broken glass […]

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Now hiring

With the Chico City Council on a fast track to appoint two new members to begin serving Aug. 3, the regular meeting on Tuesday (July 20) took the form of a group job interview. The […]

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Most want universal health care

By Mark Kreidler This story is produced by the award-winning journalism nonprofit Capital & Main and co-published here with permission. The idea that most Americans support universal health care is neither new nor particularly controversial. Surveys showing […]

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Regal restoration

Kim Armstrong misses the monarchs. Over the past decade, most notably the past five years—working at Oroville Wildlife Area as a scientist for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), as well as the […]

Local Government

Two hot seats

A total of 21 applicants—including a retired police chief and two former council members—have tossed their hats in the ring to fill two vacant positions on the Chico City Council. The majority of hopefuls, 14, […]

COVID-19

Priced out

By Mark Kreidler This story is produced by the award-winning journalism nonprofit Capital & Main and co-published here with permission. As Gov. Gavin Newsom and state legislators address a particularly urgent housing problem by extending eviction protections […]

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COVID-19

Priced out

By Mark Kreidler This story is produced by the award-winning journalism nonprofit Capital & Main and co-published here with permission. As Gov. Gavin Newsom and state legislators address a particularly urgent housing problem by extending eviction protections […]

Coronavirus

Reopening risky for kids?

By Mark Kreidler This story is produced by the award-winning journalism nonprofit Capital & Main and co-published here with permission. The setting was midtown Sacramento, but the scene is going to become familiar across California in the […]

Coronavirus

Business as usual?

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chico News & Review has reported on restaurants that opened just as stay-home mandates were ordered (like vegan pizza makers Pizza Riot and new beermakers Mulberry Station Brewing Co.); highlighted […]

Arts & Culture

Return of nightlife?

This feature is part of the CN&R’s June 2021 Business Issue. Archer Lombardi kicked off 2020 ready for big changes. After nearly a decade dedicated to establishing The Maltese as one of Chico’s cornerstone bars […]

Arts & Culture

  • Bring back the arts, and the directors, and the punks, and the notebook with the handwritten open-mic poem, and the sound people, and the guest curator, and the guy who sweeps up the broken glass [...]
  • This feature is a part of the Chico News & Review’s Bring Back the Arts campaign, an interview series featuring the leaders of Butte County arts and music venues discussing their efforts to recover from [...]
  • I’ve been enjoying the peculiar freedoms of “streaming in place,” but I’ve also been finding that, as a movie reviewer, the paths I’ve been following seem increasingly personal and idiosyncratic. Without the regimen of weekly [...]
  • Iris Natividad had never painted before, but she knew that she had to try for her late partner, Andrew Downer. She picked up a paint brush on June 5, dipped it in yellow paint, and [...]
  • This feature is part of the CN&R’s June 2021 Business Issue. Archer Lombardi kicked off 2020 ready for big changes. After nearly a decade dedicated to establishing The Maltese as one of Chico’s cornerstone bars [...]

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  • California’s COVID-19 regional stay-at-home order remains in effect for the Greater Sacramento (which includes Butte County). Leave home only for essential needs or to visit opened retail, office and service sectors. When in public, stay [...]