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Two-man band makes stop at Strummers

Two-man band makes stop at Strummers

Story By: Kevynn Gomez, Managing Editor

November 27, 2013

The self-described folk punk band Andrew Jackson Jihad performed at Strummer’s in Fresno on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013 as part of their short Southwest tour that covered cities in Nevada, Arizona and California. The two-man band from Tucson, Ariz. headlined in a show with the Gunshy, a solo and acoustic...

New club name, big name bands

New club name, big name bands

Story By: Brandalyn Hastings, Reporter

October 2, 2013

An iconic venue in the Tower District has recently been revived with more life than it’s seen in the past few years. Strummer’s, formerly known as the Starline, reopened in June 2013 with a fresh look and a big line up of bands. As part of the venue’s reinvention, its restaurant has been revamped. One...

Cuca’s has good food and mediocre service

Cuca’s has good food and mediocre service

Story By: Lauren Baker, Art Director

October 2, 2013

Cuca’s Restaurant, located in the far eastern part of the Tower District, is home to delicious Mexican cuisine. Located on Olive across the street from the Dollar Tree, it’s one of only two local eateries in the area that specializes in Mexican cuisine. The establishment itself is small and quaint;...

‘May the fourth be with you’

May 8, 2013

2nd annual Star Wars Pub Crawl draws hundreds of force faithful to the Tower District ...

Rogue Festival Review: Chicano Writers and Artists

Story By: Pabel Lopez, Sports Editor

March 8, 2013

The Chicano Writers and Artists Association, a collection of writers from Fresno State, hosted a reading as a part of the Fresno Rogue Festival on Friday night. The pieces in the show included poetry, short works of fiction and essays. The event took place at the Spectrum Gallery. It started at 8:45...

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