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Fresno City College Music Department’s Rams Online Artist Recitals web Series

Story By: Johnny Cortez, Reporter May 14, 2021

Fresno City College’s Music Department created a web series called Rams Online Artist Recitals, also known as ROAR, which highlights some students in a digital setting.  ROAR was created in the fall...

Opera Zoom class, photo courtesy of Melissa Wolfmann

Fresno City College Opera Holds Virtual Concert for St. Patrick’s Celebration

Story By: Aroara Trimm, Entertainment Editor March 17, 2021

The opera program at Fresno City College is putting on a virtual concert for St. Patrick’s day in celebration of the holiday and the emotion of music.  The concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. today...

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Using Lyrics as Evidence: Distinguishing the Line Between Fiction and Real-Life

Story By: Dejah Edrington, Reporter February 3, 2021

In early January, the Maryland Court of Appeals ruled that song lyrics can be used as evidence in a crime.  27-year-old rapper, Lawerence Montague was found guilty of second-degree murder charges,...

The FCC Wind Ensemble poses for a shot at the Shaghoian Performing Arts Center in October 2019. Photo courtesy of Elisha Wilson

Wind Ensemble Carnegie Hall Trip Cancelled due to COVID-19

Story By: Briana Davis, Entertainment Editor September 15, 2020

Imagine it is the beginning of the semester and it’s time for the field trip you’ve been waiting for. The trip to no other than Carnegie Hall in New York City. Only to find out it’s cancelled...

The Obscurity Zeitgeist: The New Vanguards of Folk Music

Story By: John Bruce, Entertainment Editor February 12, 2020

Folk music has taken a hit since the likes of Bob Dylan, Neil Young or John Denver. It’s evolved into light and fun bluegrass, poppy overproduced stale country and an independent hybrid of electronic,...

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