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A jazzy duo: Holly Taylor and Eric Peter -Chico ER. In addition to their full schedule of gigs, the couple has also recorded four CDs, including an 11-track Christmas album featuring delightful classics such as "Santa Baby," "Let it Snow" and "White Christmas" and a 12-track compilation of live recordings that includes a bossa nova version of "My Funny Valentine," "Autumn Leaves" and a beautiful guitar solo called "Polka Dots and Moon Beams." Purchase music at Made in Chico…

"Time to make a change" The women of the Railflowers talk about what's next for them. Be sure to watch their last (for now!) show at the Bike Music Festival on June 7th in Chico

"Travels With Cornbinder" A delightful book about the many travels of Robert Woods and his truck, Cornbinder. Available at Made in Chico

Roger J. Lederer, PhD also author of "Birds of Bidwell Park". A book full of fascinating birds and the perfect gift for the bird enthusiast in your life! Also look for his bird watching column in the Chico Enterprise Record. "Birds of Bidwell Park" is available for purchase at Made in Chico.

Singer Songwriter Karen Joy Brown has been delighting fans all across Northern California with her affection and awe of the beauty in deceptively mundane life. Purchase her music at Made in Chico.

Chico: Life and Times of a City of Fortune written by Debra Moon. A great read to get familiar with Chico's rich history! Available for purchase at Made in Chico.

Chances are you've heard Mike Comfort playing in our store or even on the local Northern California radio stations! Purchase his music at Made in Chico.

Mary Spencer reads her enchanting book "Daddy's Girl" in front of Made in Chico at Thursday Night Market on May 1st, 2014.

Chico News & Review - The first mansion - News - Local Stories - June 14, 2012. "Local historian suggests an old photo may be of John Bidwell's first local abode"

Chico News & Review - History Honcho written by Verda McKay and Robert Speer, August 9, 2007. Verda was once told, "You know more about this town than I ever will, and I've lived here my whole life", by a Chico Native.