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Zingg opens new Gus Magnolis bridge

Zingg opens new Gus Magnolis bridge

George Johnston

November 16, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, News

  A crowd gathered early this morning as Paul Zingg, president of Chico State, gave the commencement of the reconstructed Gus Magnolis bridge. The new bridge was built after a tree fell and destroyed it last September. "It's great," Zingg said. "It's a 100 percent improvement over ...

Aubrey Debauchery ends Chico swan song on emotional note

Aubrey Debauchery ends Chico swan song on emotional note

Amanda Rhine

April 28, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Saturday night the 1078 Gallery was full of music-loving locals, beer and debauchery — Aubrey Debauchery. The concert, indifferently titled, “See Ya Later, Dudes,” was Debauchery's farewell to her Chico life as she prepares to take her show on the road and explore what else the big, bad world h...

Coolio stirs up ’90s nostalgia but gives lackluster performance

Coolio stirs up ’90s nostalgia but gives lackluster performance

Amanda Rhine

April 19, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Lost On Main somehow managed to transform into a time machine and travel back to the '90s for a less-than-fantastic voyage on Friday night. People of all ages (from 21 and up) and backgrounds flocked to see Coolio perform his once monstrous hit songs. The results were both disappointing and rousing, creating a...

‘Downtown Rocks’ delivers solid music despite poor promotion

‘Downtown Rocks’ delivers solid music despite poor promotion

Amanda Rhine

March 29, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

There’s something to be said for blindly attending an obscure music event at a bar with a checkered reputation. Even though LaSalles’ name is stained with a shooting that occurred in 2011 — and maybe the horrendous restrooms and sticky bar tops, also — it hasn’t kept th...

North State Symphony tries out 3rd conductor candidate

North State Symphony tries out 3rd conductor candidate

Amanda Rhine

February 23, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Walking into Laxson Auditorium Saturday night, notes of classical instruments being fine tuned filled the air and heightened the room's anticipation for the coming performance and chance to witness a piece of the North State Symphony's history in the making. The masterpieces of Jakob Ludwig Fe...

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