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    All-you-can-eat sushi: Sake restaurant is now open

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    Chico State warns of potential tuberculosis case on campus

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    The Rawbar reinvented: classy and oceanic

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    Chico State’s annual Time Capsule Ceremony to take place on April 23

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    Chico State’s hazing history: pledge deaths, alcohol poisoning and more

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Neil Young, Jeff Bezos does not deserve you

Christopher Hill, Reporter // February 8, 2022

In recent days Neil Young has been hailed as a hero by some, and vilified by others. Opponents of conspiracy theories have praised his decision to break with Spotify over Joe Rogan's COVID disinformation.  What...

Graphic by Jolie Asuncion

10 albums to keep you cozy this winter season

Jolie Asuncion, Social media editor // December 7, 2021

The winter season predicts cold temperatures, shortened days by the sun and the stress of final  10 albums to keep you cozy this winter season exams. As another long year is coming to an end,...

Video didn’t kill the radio star

Video didn’t kill the radio star

Michaela Harris, Reporter // November 1, 2021

In an age of streaming services, community radio is often overlooked. However, radio host and videographer Bill DeBlonk has spent nearly 25 years on air at KZFR and recognizes the value local stations...

The Mother Hips duo begin their acoustic set

The Mother Hips play acoustic hits at Chico Women’s Club

Michaela Harris, Staff Writer // October 8, 2021

Bay Area band The Mother Hips played a stripped down acoustic show for day two of their Chico visit. Founding members Tim Bluhm and Greg Loiacono performed as The Mother Hips duo, the acoustic alternative...

The Senator Theatre in Downtown Chico have had to postpone every event through May.

Shelter-in-place takes a toll on Chico music venues

Kati Morris, Staff Writer // April 1, 2020

The beginning of spring is supposed to be one of the most active times of the year for live music, with festival line-ups being announced and fans eagerly awaiting concerts they bought pre-sale tickets...

Jimmie Vaughan delivers a whirlwind performance in the Big Room

Jimmie Vaughan delivers a whirlwind performance in the Big Room

Melissa Joseph, Staff Writer // March 12, 2020

Jimmie Vaughan and the Tilt-a-Whirl Band serenaded audiences Thursday night as they reminisced in the dimly lit Sierra Nevada Big Room. Without a word, Vaughan thumped his hand against the body of...

Photo by Dayanna Negrete

Apollo transforms into a collective space for local artists

Kati Morris, Staff Writer // March 12, 2020

On Saturday night the Apollo School of Music turned into a buzzing art gallery, showcasing the work of various local artists. The event, which was hosted in collaboration with NorCal Musicians Collective,...

Thundercat brings jazz fusion and high emotions to Chico

Thundercat brings jazz fusion and high emotions to Chico

Kati Morris, Staff Writer // March 11, 2020

On Wednesday night, Stephen Lee Bruner, better known as Thundercat, took the stage at the Senator Theatre to play a night of electrifying jazz fusion. The bass-playing, Grammy winning, former crossover...

Illustration by Melissa Joseph

Technology is changing our world

Alexis Harvey, Staff Writer // March 5, 2020

Over the past 20 years, technology has changed the world in many ways. It has changed the way we communicate, learn, socialize and the way we listen to music.  In the 21st century, listening to...

Biebers album Changes.

Justin Bieber reaches the end of his career on “Changes”

Kati Morris, Staff Writer // February 28, 2020

At some point during the early 2010s, “Bieber fever” was a pop culture phenomenon and no teen was safe from the sickness. Fast forward to 2020, and Justin Bieber is a washed up teen pop idol trying...

Grey Loo’s set was filled with electrifying music and lighting to match.

Luke Sweeney’s Peace Meal Group serenades their ‘hometown’

Melissa Joseph, Staff Writer // February 27, 2020

The smell of freshly brewed coffee and the hum of large amps filled Tender Loving Coffee as dozens gathered to watch Luke Sweeney and more perform Friday night.  Red and green fluorescent lights spilled...

Damien Sneed performing with a choir

“We Shall Overcome” evokes the spirit of African American leaders

Kati Morris, Staff Writer // February 26, 2020

Chico Performances hosted the musical production “We Shall Overcome” in celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Laxson Auditorium on Saturday night. The production encompassed...

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