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For Today, Memphis May Fire Bring Bands VS. Food Tour to Fresno

For Today, Memphis May Fire Bring Bands VS. Food Tour to Fresno

Story By: David Chavez, Managing Editor

May 24, 2016

For Today, Miss May I, We Came As Romans, and Memphis May Fire brought the Bands VS. Food Tour to Strummer’s in Fresno, California on May 12, 2016. The four bands each had the chance to interact and engage with the crowd as they took the stage. The artists were welcomed with fist-pumps, crowd surfer...

“The Little Mermaid” at Roger Rocka’s Is Magical

“The Little Mermaid” at Roger Rocka’s Is Magical

Story By: David Chavez, Managing Editor/Copy Chief

April 19, 2016

Get ready to immerse yourself in a world of dynamic dancing, sensational singing, adept acting and magical music as you take an excursion under the sea and down memory lane in Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” (directed by Dan Pessano) which opened on March 17 and is will run through May 15 at Rog...

Former NFL star explains story behind locally-owned Kuppa Joy

Former NFL star explains story behind locally-owned Kuppa Joy

Story By: George Garnica, Multimedia Editor

March 23, 2016

A former National Football League (NFL) player is tackling a much different task, running his own business. Former Clovis High School football standout and member of the Detroit Lions, Zack Follett never imagined his new career to be one of selling coffee. One day, at UC Berkeley, as Follet rea...

ArtHop Showcases Arts of All Kinds

ArtHop Showcases Arts of All Kinds

Story By: Bineet Kaur, Reporter

March 8, 2016

Various locations -- museums, galleries and studios in Downtown Fresno and Tower District -- hosted the March 3 ArtHop, featuring paintings by artist Dustin Scharnick. Scharnick has been an artist since 2000 and taught drawing at Fresno City College for three years. He started pursuing art full t...

P.O.D: ‘We love playing Strummer’s ‘cause it’s just a tight, small sweaty club’

P.O.D: ‘We love playing Strummer’s ‘cause it’s just a tight, small sweaty club’

Story By: David Chavez, Copy Editor

December 11, 2015

Fans young and old wrapped around Strummer’s in the Tower District, ways before doors opened, anxiously waiting to catch a glimpse of Payable On Death (POD) among other bands playing in the small and intimate venue that night. The seemingly never-ending flow of fans stretched far and wide; some even ...

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