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Jazz at the Library

Story By: Sam "The Pro" Loproto, Rampage Reporter

May 25, 2011

Filed under Entertainment

The mere mention of the word ‘saxophone', will evoke images of some smoky nightclub, with cocktails flowing and scantily clad women cavorting about. The history of the saxophone actually had a much more sophisticated bloodline, as it was originally invented for the world of classical music. The...

Summer Fashion on a Budget

Story By: Sydney Excinia

May 4, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Fashion

If you are a style conscious college student, you'll face an important choice: buying clothes or buying books. Since books are non-negotiable and take a large bite out of your meager finances, you'll want to maximize your spring wardrobe on a budget.  Buying cheap shouldn't mean you have to compr...

A Beacon for the Arts

Story By: Frank Lopez

February 15, 2011

Filed under Arts & Literature, Entertainment

Upon entering the great French doors into the main lobby of the theater, one is transported back to the time of the Golden Age of Hollywood. Opened in 1939 as a Fox Theater, the Tower Theater is Fresno's first cineplex and one of the few old fashioned movie houses left in California, making it one o...


February 1, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Film, Video Games

"Kingdom Hearts Re:coded" by Austin Verburg The latest of the famous Kingdom Hearts series, the "Kingdom Hearts RE: Coded" is simply a remake of "Kingdom Hearts Coded."  Released only on mobile phones in Japan, the remake of "Coded" gives fans of the series a chance to finally see this install...

That is SO Fetch:

Story By: Dylan Domingos

September 21, 2010

Filed under Entertainment, Fashion

Fresno may not be the fashion capital of the U.S., but the story of one young entrepreneur's vision may change Fresno's standing in the industry. Bryan van Haughton, 21, is the mastermind behind House of Fetch Couture. HOFC, and its economic friendly label Rouge, houses some of the best pieces of artis...

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