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EDITOR’S NOTE Enjoying all this rain? It’s funny, I used to complain about the drought and wish to no end that the weather would send us at least a little drizzle. And now… Now I can’t wait for it to let up and have the smallest bit of sunshine break through the clouds. But it’s the perfect kind of misery, because we got exactly what we asked for. It’s a little like this paper, if you can imagine it. The Fresno Flyer had been a longtime coming, but we weren’t quite sure when it would happen. Before the changeover it was just a phantom vision of a dream the publisher and I discussed continuously. Some days it felt like the road to get here had almost no end, and other days we could see it just over the next hill. Then, like a shot, it was here.


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We made it. But even still, there’s work to be done and plenty of it. Turns out, the changing masthead was just the beginning. Even though we’ve made the journey and have given ourselves a name that matches our identity (no easy feat mind you) there’s still a wealth of work left in building familiarity with who we are and what we do. There’s also still work in creating the pages that accurately reflect the heart of the Central Valley. And that’s where you, the reader, can help give us a little boost. It’s no surprise that we’re always looking for writers to contribute, and I don’t think that will ever change, but there are other ways you can get involved. For instance, do you know a


place that would be great for our paper? Visibility is a huge deal for us and we’re always looking for new places to leave some copies of The Fresno Flyer for new readers. Or are you a promoter who’s always booking events and concerts? We like to do giveaways A LOT for tickets to local events, so if you want to get some extra exposure, let’s help each other out. Everything we do is about uplifting the community and we want to work with anyone who wishes to do the same. And it doesn’t matter if you’re reading this outside of Fresno, got some ideas for Madera, Oakhurst, or anywhere else in the area? We want to hear it. There’s so many different ways to get involved with what we’re doing, if you’re liking where we’re going then give us a


ring and we’ll find ways to work together. We hope you get in touch with us, because you’re just as much a part of this paper as we are. Send a letter to the Editor: The Fresno Flyer ATTN: Lisa Talley 560 E. Shields Ave #103 Fresno CA, 93704 Or Email me directly: Don’t be afraid to call:



By Lisa Talley


ove it or hate it, that’s exactly the stir something in the viewer, for better reaction local artist, Andrew Wren or worse, according to Wren. is hoping for when you view his “It is my hope, always, that artwork for the very first time. It’s an an people who view my work come away extreme response to an equally extreme with some sort of reaction that is at fervor in which these works are created. the edges of the emotional spectrum… “Art is my first and greatest if a person sees my work and finds me passion. [It began] as a child and I was skilled but lacking depth or purpose recognized repeatedly for my ability and walking away from the painting draw, this positive reinforcement pushed [without giving] its meaning another me to further develop… [and] improve thought, [then] that in my mind is a my technique and creative thought failure on my part as the artist,” Wren process,” shares Wren about his journey shares. as an artist. It comes as no surprise to hear that there is a There is no in- “It is my hope, always, that people who great deal of between with view my work come away with some importance in this love affair sort of reaction that is at the edges of having a reaction of painting, for as a spectator. the emotional spectrum” Wren everything Art should cause is on display the a viewer to have moment a piece is revealed. The artist’s a response, but for Wren, it should ignite choices come alive and tell a story, not the need for a furious debate. Whether just the completed final imagining. It is that debate is truly rooted in anger is that and more, it’s the discipline of style neither here nor there, but rather that in which the brush was used, it’s also the debate is one felt with a level of the color pallet chosen by the artist, and passionate response. And it’s likely this each of these go a long way in conveying is the case since much of Andrew Wren’s a message. And it’s not just regarding the work is founded in what’s currently artist him or herself as an individual but happening in the world. also the subject matter they’ve created on “The aim is to tell a story from the canvas. In the end, the combination my singular perspective [of an event] of the technique used along with the that will, in turn, focus the viewer on finished product itself is what should to a particular world issue that I think is


important,” offers Wren. Pulled from the likes of news media, music, and documentaries Andrew’s work is inspired by not only what he sees in the world on a political and cultural scale, but by how others are reacting to it as well. Whether it’s a driven topic of ongoing conversation that sparks coverage by the media or an interpretation done by other artists in different fields reflecting those things, it all inspires Wren with the drive to refine skills, hone talents, and find interesting


ways to voice the message he is trying to say through his paintings. Art is undoubtedly subjective, but there’s something profoundly alluring about Wren’s work that causes the viewer to stand back in order to fully feel the weight of what’s being presented. The colors are often bold, yet subdued in shadow or eloquently feathered to create unique hues that signal a hidden message about the realities of something… I … just… can’t… put… my… finger… on… so I’m left staring at each piece looking for the truth hidden there, absolutely certain that I’ll find it. But this is yet still the perspective of only one viewer. To truly understand the impact of Wren’s work you’ll have to see it for yourself. However, his next show isn’t until this summer where he’ll be showcasing at Cornerstone Cafe for the July ArtHop event, but you can still keep up with he’s working on by following him on Instagram @andrew. Do you know an artist that more people should know about? Whether it’s music, painting, sculpting, or the written word we want to hear about it. Drop us a line by contacting Lisa at 559-472-7182 or send an email to


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Adoptable Pets Jackson

This handsome, mature guy gets along great with other dogs big and small. He knows some basic commands and seems to be house-trained, too! This guy may be a bit older, but he still has a lot of spunk!


Meet Alana! Alana and her sister Adella originally came to us as young puppies with their mama & litter mates. They were recently returned after their family encountered an emergency personal health issue. We would love for them to find a home together! They are dog social and great with kids. They also LOVE the water.


River is 2 years old. For more information on this adoptable pet, please contact the shelter directly.


This stunningly handsome 3yr old is great with other dogs, very mellow, and great with children!


1 yr 2 mo. She loves people and has an adventurous personality. She’s great with other dogs big & small and is a happy, curious girl. Open - Wed, Fri, Sat, & Sun. 9am - 4pm 8547 W Herndon Ave Fresno, 93723 (559) 276-7611


Claudia, our 2.5yr old feline friend, was rescued from an animal control facility and brough to our shelter earlier this spring. If her stunning good looks weren’t enough, her lovable personality might do the trick! Get ready for cuddles with this one.

Penny Lane


3yrs 5 mo. He is great with other dogs big and small and is also good with cats. He does better with older children, as the little ones make him a bit nervous. He is in a foster home so please arrange in advance to meet him.


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All you need is love... puppy love that is! Our adorable 6 month old shephard mix puppy, Penny Lane, is looking for her forever home. She is a complete sweetheart and would be the best fit for a family that enjoys playing and cuddling just as much as she does! Call to schedule a meet and greet!


Salinger is a 1 year old Pomeranian-mix. He is a sweet little guy who is very well-mannered and does well with other dogs.

Find your next best friend here! Each of these animals are ready for adoption at their corresponding shelters listed at the bottom of this page, or in the listing themselves. The Fresno Flyer (559) 472-7182



York is the class clown in his kitty condo. This 2.5 year old buff tabby loves chasing toys around and is a huge fan of hanging out in boxes. He is looking for humans who are just as playful and full of personality, just like him!

Small male Shih Tzu / Maltese named Max. He’s been missing since 12/26 last seen around the cross streets of Cedar and Sheppard. He is the emotional support companion for my daughter. Reward $$ if found. Please call 559-307-7062 or 559803-1317 if you have any information that might help.


Missy is a gorgeous 4-yearold, long-haired blue tabby, with striking green eyes. Missy is a little shy but once she gets to know you, there’s no stopping her from loving on you or asking for it in return.


Buster is a 3 year old boxer mix who is currently looking for his forever home. He would do best with an active family. If you’re looking for a great walking or jogging buddy who also just enjoys hanging out, Buster is the one for you! Come meet this cute guy at our shelter! Open 7 days a week, 10:00am-4:30pm (559) 233-8690 3934 N Hayston, 93726



Essential Oils - What’s The Difference?


By Mary Bell

ot all essential oils are created equal. Some oils are used for aromatherapy while others have medicinal value. What exactly does this mean? Webster’s dictionary defines “aromatherapy” like this – “the use of natural oils that have a pleasant smell to make a person feel better especially by rubbing the oils into the skin.” Aromatherapy is a pleasant smell. These oils are not intended to be ingested or used to attack viruses or bacteria in our physical bodies. There is emotional value in smells. Our sense of smell goes directly to the limbic system of the brain – the place where emotions are stored. Given that our emotions often drive our behaviors, aromatherapy often impacts the decisions we make. Consider the different emotional reactions to smelling the flowers from your wedding bouquet verses catching a whiff of dirty gym socks. Smelling your favorite dinner cooking creates a completely different emotion than the stench of rotting garbage. Smells create unique and often passionate reactions, which can potentially influence our behavior. These behaviors generate physical as well as emotional consequences or benefits. This is why some people believe that aromatherapy can change your life. Therapeutic-grade essential oils, on the other hand, interact with our physical bodies more than just our expressive side. Many studies find the properties of essential oils can penetrate the blood brain barriers and alter your body chemistry on a cellular level. Research has proven essential oils have properties such as anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-

tumoral, anti-bacterial, anti-spasmodic, and anti-coagulant, just to name a few. Physical healing also stimulates our emotions. When your body has a disease or ailment, most people have an emotional reaction to that. Once that disease or ailment leaves the body, emotional energies can shift to other things. Using therapeutic-grade essential oils for physical healing ultimately generates sound emotional health as that energy is no longer needed to address physical maladies. Therapeutic-grade essential oils impact our physical bodies while aromatherapy influences our emotional self. Both types of oils have their value and place in our lives. Which one is best for you depends on your goals and objectives. If the driving force is overcoming a bacterial infection, for example, therapeutic-grade essential oils provide more benefit than aromatherapy. Insomnia caused by everyday life stresses can be overcome by aromatherapy. On the other hand, insomnia caused by physical pain is best combated with essential oils. Not all essential oils are created equal. The local craft supply store sells “essential oils” to make soaps and candles. This is not “therapeutic grade” and should not be used for anything except scenting soaps and candles. Future articles will provide more detailed information about labeling and wordings on products. Be sure to pick up the next edition of The Fresno Flyer to learn more about what a label says - and does not say. Want more information right away? Visit




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Answers on page 19

Fun Facts In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

1. King’s birth name was Michael, not Martin. The civil rights leader was born Michael King Jr. on January 15, 1929. In 1934, however, his father, a pastor at Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church, traveled to Germany and became inspired by the Protestant Reformation leader Martin Luther. As a result, King Sr. changed his own name as well as that of his 5-year-old son. 2. King entered college at the age of 15. King was such a gifted student that he skipped grades nine and 12 before enrolling in 1944 at Morehouse College, the alma mater of his father and maternal grandfather. Although he was the son, grandson and great-grandson of Baptist ministers, King did not intend to follow the family vocation until Morehouse president Benjamin E. Mays, a noted theologian, convinced him otherwise. King was ordained before graduating college with a degree in sociology.

cal Seminary, King attended graduate school at Boston University, where he received his Ph.D. degree in 1955. The title of his dissertation was “A Comparison of the Conceptions of God in the Thinking of Paul Tillich and Henry Nelson Wieman.”

Blumstein’s department store when he was approached by Izola Ware Curry. The woman asked if he was Martin Luther King Jr. After he said yes, Curry said, “I’ve been looking for you for five years,” and she plunged a seven-inch letter opener into his chest. The tip of the blade came to rest alongside his aorta, and King underwent hours of delicate emergency surgery. Surgeons 4. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech was not his first at the later told King that just one sneeze could have punctured the Lincoln Memorial. Six years before his iconic oration at the March on Washington, King was among the civil rights leaders aorta and killed him. From his hospital bed where he convalesced for weeks, King issued a statement affirming his nonviowho spoke in the shadow of the Great Emancipator during the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom on May 17, 1957. Before a lent principles and saying he felt no ill will toward his mentally ill attacker. crowd estimated at between 15,000 and 30,000, King delivered his first national address on the topic of voting rights. His speech, in which he urged America to “give us the ballot,” drew 7. Members of King’s family did not believe James Earl Ray strong reviews and positioned him at the forefront of the civil acted alone. King’s son Dexter met publicly with Ray in 1997 rights leadership. and argued for the case to be reopened. King’s widow, Coretta, believed the Mafia and local, state and federal government 5. King was jailed 29 times. According to the King Center, the agencies were deeply involved in the murder. She praised the civil rights leader went to jail nearly 30 times. He was arrested result of a 1999 civil trial in which a Memphis jury decided the for acts of civil disobedience and on trumped-up charges, such assassination was the result of a conspiracy and that Ray was set up to take the blame. A U.S. Department of Justice investigaas when he was jailed in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1956 for tion released in 2000 reported no evidence of a conspiracy. driving 30 miles per hour in a 25-mile-per-hour zone.

Christopher Klein - - 10 Things You May Not Know About 6. King narrowly escaped an assassination attempt a decade 3. King received his doctorate in systematic theology. After before his death. On September 20, 1958, King was in Harlem Martin Luther King Jr. (2013) earning a divinity degree from Pennsylvania’s Crozer Theologi- signing copies of his new book, “Stride Toward Freedom,” in


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A Foodie’s Review by Saeed Alkurdi

What is American cuisine if not a mutant of the culinary world? So much of American cooking is about engineering food between two slices of bread. Hot dogs, hamburgers, sliced deli meat, peanut butter and jelly… these were the stepping stones to something much greater. Today, our ingenuity has taken us to new heights. I speak, of course, of waffles. Waffles are the new bread in which we can fuse our food inbetween. One such place that does this and is doing it well is a place near River Park called Griddle Me This. Griddle Me This is a new restaurant in Fresno having opened in June of last year and is located across from Red Robin. The outside of the establishment isn’t exactly noteworthy, in fact it’s very plain and unassuming, once could easily walk by without even seeing that it was there. However, the inside is a contemporary styled decor with shiplap on the walls, vintage lighting, and a few

wood tables that are all pleasing to the eye. There’s about forty to fifty seats with tables that can hold around 2-4 people and a couple of bar tables for individual seating. But you have order before you sit, as there isn’t a wait staff to accommodate you. Upon walking up to the counter I’m greeted by the cashier who asks me what I’d like. I tell him that this is my first time at Griddle Me This and that I’d like some recommendations. The cashier takes the care in asking me a few questions to get a sense of my pallet and I ultimately order the southern fried chicken sandwich along with waffle cut sweet potato fries. As I waited for my order I took a look at the various sauces they have available for sandwiches and fries. Barbecue and ranch are the staple condiments, but to my pleasant surprise they also carry thousand island sriracha and maple syrup. When my food arrives, it looks amazing. Everything is set to perfection


almost as if it were Photoshopped. My first bite into the sandwich reveals some great flavor which is a combination of chicken, coleslaw, spicy mayo, and jalapeño. There isn’t a whole lot of chicken in the sandwich, but the sandwich is very well balanced overall because of it and allows me to taste every component. The soft and warm crispy waffle around the the thin but juicy chicken played exceedingly well with the coleslaw and jalapeño. The spicy mayo wasn’t spicy enough for me, however, so I added enough sriracha to build the kind of heat I prefer and it made the sandwich truly spectacular. I tried my next bite with a little bit of the maple syrup and it did go well with the chicken and waffle, but once I tasted it with the coleslaw it’s not as complimentary. Instead, I try the syrup with a bite of sweet potato fries which are crispy and warm, but the syrup makes the bite excessively sweet. At first bite, it’s a pleasant experience but not one worth repeating. Instead, I go with the ranch and dip them on occasion in to the sauce. After finishing the meal I am certain of two things, first is that sliced bread is out and waffles are in. Second, even if you have a waffle maker at home, you’re not doing it like this. Get over to Griddle Me This because they are doing things between two magnificent gold waffles that should not be ignored.

Southern fried chicken sandwich with Sweet potato fries.

Saeed is a local ‘foodie’ always on the hunt for the next great find of the Valley’s best-hidden gems. Twitter / Instagram: @kurshjak



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Johnny Cakes and Lobster Eggs Benedict Ingredients: Johnny Cakes 1 cup stone ground white corn meal 1 teaspoon sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 3/4 cup corn kernels 1 1/4 cups boiling water 2 tablespoons melted butter 1 teaspoon vanilla extract butter for greasing pan Maple Brown Butter 4 tablespoons butter 3 tablespoons real maple syrup 1 teaspoon fresh tarragon, chopped 4 Eggland’s Best Eggs (large) 1/2 pound cooked lobster meat, pulled into pieces 1 tablespoon fresh flat leaf parsley, finely chopped

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Ancient Grains


like turkey and pork for up to a day in salt solutions not only adds flavor, but it helps seal moisture into these lean foods. Customize a brine with chopped citrus fruit and herbs like rosemary and bay leaf. Bitter vegetables, such as eggplant, can benefit from a dry brine made from course salt and other herbs.

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Slowly whisk boiling water into dry mixture. Combine butter and vanilla in a small bowl then stir into batter. Let batter sit for 5-10 minutes.

Meal Swaps

Heat an electric or 12-inch non-stick skillet on medium heat. When hot, lightly grease with a little butter.

Top chefs and home cooks alike are bucking tradition by serving traditional foods at nontraditional times. Breakfast for dinner? The kids will love the fun change. A dinner casserole for breakfast? What a warm and satisfying way to start the day. Get creative by trying different dishes throughout the day to keep everyone guessing what’s next.

Drop batter by the soup spoonful onto skillet, making a 3-1/2 to 4-inch circles. It will make about eight. Cook for 5-6 minutes or until slightly brown on edges and golden. Turn and cook 4-5 more minutes until golden.

Move over white rice; ancient grains are taking over the table. Whether as a side dish or incorporated into a recipe, ancient grains like buckwheat, quinoa, millet and oats are nutrient-dense alternatives that bring new flavor and texture to meals. Adding ancient grains is an easy way to jazz up foods and increase Local Ingredients your family’s intake of whole grains. Restaurants across the country are featuring Superior Eggs locally-sourced ingredients more often than ever before. Home cooks are doing the same Not all eggs are equal, so look for options by using ingredients inspired by their home with superior flavor and nutrition to boost state. Avocado from California, wild rice your kitchen creations. Compared to ordi- from Minnesota, lobster from Maine - every nary eggs, Eggland’s Best eggs contain five state has its specialties. If you need inspiratimes more vitamin D, more than double the tion, just visit your local farmers market. omega-3s, 10 times more vitamin E, three times more vitamin B12 and 25 percent less Want to shake things up with an award-winsaturated fat. In addition, independent test- ning recipe that embraces several of these ing confirms Eggland’s Best eggs have stron- top trends? Valerie Szlatenyi of Wakefield, ger shells and stay fresher longer than ordi- Rhode Island, won the 2016 Eggland’s Best nary eggs, so your recipes will be extra tasty. “America’s Best Recipe” Contest with her unique Johnny Cakes and Lobster Eggs Benedict recipe. To learn about future contests, Brines visit and sign up for Many people use marinades to influence the the newsletter. flavor profiles of foods, but an alternative is gaining momentum: brines. Soaking meats


Combine cornmeal, sugar and salt in a medium mixing bowl. Add corn kernels.


For the Maple Brown Butter, melt 4 tablespoons butter in a 8-inch skillet on medium low heat. Cook and watch carefully until it turns frothy and slightly brown. Remove from heat immediately. Stir in maple syrup and tarragon. Meanwhile, bring 4 cups water to a simmer in a 10-inch non-stick skillet. Carefully crack eggs, one at a time into the low simmering water. Poach for about 3 minutes or to desired doneness. Dip lobster meat into poaching water for 30 seconds to heat then remove. Place and overlap two Johnny Cakes onto each plate. Place one egg onto two Johnny Cakes. Top with equal portions of lobster and drizzle maple brown butter over all. Sprinkle on parsley and serve.



Lively Arts Foundation Presents BalletBoyz Fri, Feb 3rd 7:30pm Saroyan Theatre 730 M Street Fresno, CA 93721 This company of 10 male dancers from London, founded by former Royal Ballet principal The Bizare Art Festival Janu- dancers, Michael Nunn and ary 28th 11am-6pm Art, Food, William Trevitt, has been hailed as “viscerally thrilling” – The Music & more. Calwa Park Telegraph and “a paradox of 4545 E. Church muscular impact and weight less flight” – The program Life features 2 new commissions by internationally-acclaimed choreographers Pontus Lidberg The 2017 season of the and Javier deFrutos which are Woodward Shakespeare Festi- inventitve, vivid and memoraval will be presenting: Twelfth ble. Night (Runs June 15 - July 18) & Titus Andronicus (Runs Fresno Philharmonic PresAugust 3 - August 26) General ents Symphonie Fantastique Jan 22, 2017 at 3:00 pm audition information is available on our website: http:// Saroyan Theatre 730 M Street, www.woodwardshakespeare. Fresno, 93721 559-445-8100 org/season-13/ Schedule your MUSIC: Bates Mothership audition now. Callbacks will be Mozart Violin Concerto N0. 5 Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique Saturday, January 21st. ARTIST: Alexander MickelthwaMiranda Sings Tuesday, Jan- te: Conductor Philippe Quint: uary 17, 2017 at 8 PM - 11 PM Violin Tower Theatre 815 E Olive Ave, FIRST TRY, a heartwarming Fresno,93728 Colleen Ballinger is an actress, comedian look at personal choice and and singer, most famous for acceptance Fresno Soap Co. her character Miranda Sings. 1470 N. Van Ness Ave. Fresno (559) 301-2841 www.fresnoMiranda Sings has become an international phenomenon Fri 1/20/17 at whose YouTube channel has 8pm Sat 1/21/17 at 8pm amassed nearly 7 million devoted subscribers and over HMS Pinafore Thu, Mar 2nd 7:30pm 2nd Space Theatre a billion views. The character Miranda was created in 2008 928 E. Olive Fresno, 93728 onto parody the young, self-abgoing event Waves of laughter sorbed singers with more far buoy Gilbert & Sullivan’s tale of more confidence (and vibrato) a Captain’s daughter who falls than talent which Colleen saw in love with a lowly sailor. Along uploading videos to YouTube. the way, the comic opera lam-

Find Out What’s Going on in Your Neck of the Woods.

Art Art Hop Thursday, 5-8pm ArtHop occurs every 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. It’s one of the most active and successful programs organized by the Fresno Arts Council. Art lovers and enthusiasts from all walks of life flock downtown Fresno and the Tower District on the first Thursday of each month, and the rest of ArtHop venues in the Fresno metro areas on third Thursdays, to meet and greet with the artists and enjoy the reception and music. Museums, studios, galleries and other venues open their exhibitions to the public at 5:00 p.m. and run the free event until 8:00 p.m. Art of the Word 2 Art Show, Museum, Painting, Drawings/ Works on Paper In the “Art of the Word 2” exhibition, the Fresno Art Museum honors two Fresno literary icons and five visual artists who have illustrated their words over the past 20 years. Featured on the walls of the Contemporary Gallery are excerpted writings from children’s books by U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera and Carnegie Medalist Gary Soto and some of the illustrations their words inspired.

Fresno Art Museum 2233 N. First St. Fresno, 93703 (559) 441-4221 Thu.-Sun. 11 am-5 pm general adm $10, $5 ages 6-17, free to ages 5 and under A Lil Slice of Comedy Stand Up Comedy Enjoy a comedy show every Friday with nationally touring comedians. Some of the biggest names in comedy will be stopping by and bringing friends. This show sells out almost every week so make sure you get your tickets in advance 16 and over $10 and up Fri 1/20/17 at 8:30pm-10:30pm Fri 1/27/17 at 8:30pm10:30pm Mother Mary’s Italian Kitchen & Pizzeria 1345 N. Willow Ave. Clovis, 93619 (559) 434-5050 Porterville is having its first ever BAD ART SHOW. Reception is on January 28th between 5-7 pm, and the show runs from Jan 18 to Feb 18. The show will take place at the porterville ART association 151 N. Main Street. Entry info: students attending porterville college can submit artwork for free. Everyone else has to pay a $3 fee for each entry, or $15 for up to 3 entries max in each category. For more info call Bill 782-9265 or Francis 539-3243



poons the British class system, of the 1890’s. The architecture the Royal Navy and politics. of the Meux Home results in Check website for show times. a calculated restlessness that makes the home as intriguing today as it was in its own day. High School Musical On The 10 rooms are furnished Stage Fri, Mar 10th 7:30pm more or less as a Victorian Veterans Memorial Auditorium family might have had them 808 4th St Clovis, 93612 Mar. the kitchen has a pie safe and 10, 2017 7:30pm Mar. 11, the library; a portrait showing 2017 2:00pm & 7:30pm Mar. the young Dr. Meux on his way 12, 2017 2:00pm Mar. 17, to join the Confederate Army. 2017 7:30pm Mar. 18, 2017 The Meux home was placed on 2:00pm & 7:30pm Mar. 19, the National Register of Historic 2017 2:00pm Places on January 14, 1975. Groundhog Day showing at Disney On Ice Friday, FebHanford Fox Theatre on Febru- ruary 3, 2017 at 7 PM - 10 PM ary 2nd. Groundhog Day is a Selland Arena 700 M St, Fresno 1993 American fantasy-comedy 93721 film directed by Harold Ramis, starring Bill Murray, Andie Expanded Zumba classes MacDowell, and Chris Elliott. in Kerman! Every Tuesday For any questions please call and Thursday from 7:00pm the Hanford Fox Theatre at – 8:00pm and Every Monday 559-584-7423. and Wednesday from 9:00am – 10:30 am at the Community/ The Princess Bride (1987) Teen Center, cost is $5 a day or Thursday, February 16, 2017 $40 for a 12 day punch card. 6:30 pm Visalia Fox Theatre 300 Main Street Visalia, CA Battle of Hogwarts Fund raiser Jan 21, 11a - 4pm at Woodward Park. Maid Manor welcomes you to a Harry Potter themed day of dining and games! All four of the Hogwarts Meux Home Museum Tours houses will be battling it out Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays for the House Cup. Each house 12:00pm-3:00pm 1007 R St. at will be competing against each Tulare Fresno, 93721 The Meux other in our own version of Home Museum recaptures Quidditch, Wizard Chess, HP the flavor of Victorian Fresno Trivia and much much more. by presenting a middle-class There will also be lots of yumresidence furnished in the pe- mie treats and butterbeer so riod, as a representative house come represent your house in museum. A costumed docent the ultimate Battle of Hogwarts. will lead you on a one hour tour Follow Maid Manor on Faceof this restored urban dwelling book for updates.




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Vineyard Farmer’s Market 100 W. Shaw Ave. Fresno 93704 Hours of operation: Wed: 3:00pm-6:00pm Saturdays 7:00am-12:00pm Year round Rain or Shine. Vineyard Farmers Market provides the finest quality, locally grown, 2017 Bass Lake Events: Easter Egg Hunt April 15, 2017 fruits and vegetables direct from the grower and is dedicatPines Village. Easter Chamed to providing your family with pagne Brunch April 16, 2017 Pines Village. 37th Annual Bass a healthy grocery options Lake Fishing Derby May 6 & 7. Crabfeed. All you can eat. FriYosemite Half Marathon May day, February 17, 2017. T.D.E.S. 13, 2017. Hall / 515 N. “I” Street, Tulare. Doors open at 6PM / Good Kastner Dream Run JanuServed at 7PM. Dine in only. ary 21, 2017 Welcome to the Salad, Pasta, Cioppino, Wine & 3rd annual Kastner NFL 5K Cold Stone Creamery. $50.00 10K Dream Run. Run as your Per Person . Procedes to benefavorite football player and fit the 2017 T.D.E.S. Holy Spirit catch a football as you cross Festa Call 559.358.1052 or the finish-line. 559.697.9072 Chocolate Run Feb 18, 2017 Kaiser Permanente- Fresno Family event with a chocolate theme featuring a 2 mile walk Medical Center Farmers Market Fresno Medical Center 7300 and run; 5 mile run; 10 mile run - which would be GREAT for N. Fresno St. Fresno, 93720 Wednesdays, year-round half or full marathon preparation; and a kids race, with each (weather permitting) 8 a.m. child receiving a ribbon. Each - 1:30 p.m. • March through November 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. entrant will be entered into a cash drawing during the event. • December through February. The Kaiser Permanente Fresno Awards wll go to the top 3 in Farmers Market is a certified each 5 year age group and a 1st place trophy for each walk year-round farmers market held at the Palm entrance of the and run for both male and Fresno Medical Center.For more female competitors. Large selection of chocolate edibles information about the market, contact Public Affairs, (559) and drinks will be available 454-4128 mydoctor.kaiserperSupport Blue 5K, 10K Febru- ary 25, 2017 What better way region/fresno/area_master/ news_events/farmers_market. to show your support of our jsp Police Officers who put their life on the line to protect the citizens of Fresno than to come Tulare Sci-Fi Con 2017 March 11-12 POP Culture out and run our 10K or run/ walk the 5K. Unique Finisher’s Convention in association with Make the World A Better Place medallions and awards. foundation to benefit Homeless Spotlight Dance Competition Children and their families. With - Comics, Collectables, Sat, Feb 4th 9:00am Saroyan Crafts, Costume Contest, EnterTheatre 730 M St. Fresno, tainment, Film Festival, Food. Chinese New Year Crafts for Featuring - Special Guests, Artists, Dealers, Fan Clubs, children Thursday, 1/19 3:30 Non-Profit Organizations and Gillis Library Monday, 1/23 more. International Agri-Center 3:30 Fowler Library Tuesday, 4500 S Laspina St. Tulare, 1/24 3:30 Selma Library Wednesday, 1/25 3:30 Kings- 93274 burg Library Monday, 1/30 Cherry Avenue Auction 3:30 Caruthers Library Every Saturday & Tuesday 6:00am-3:00pm Cherry Avenue Certified Organic Farmer’s Auction 4640 S. Cherry Ave. Market Kristina’s Natural Fresno, 93706 www.cherryaveRanch Market Parking Lot 761 E. Barstow Fresno, 93710 Fresno, 93710 Mon, Dec 26th Paint Nite Logan’s Roadto Sun, Jan 4th 2016 Kristihouse 7507 N. Blackstone na’s Natural Ranch Market is Av. Fresno, CA 93720 (559) proud to host Fresno’s ONLY 437-9385Painting, Class/Workyear round Certified Organic Farmer’s Market. Here you can shop, Food/Tasting Paint Nite find local produce, organic raw shakes up your night out with milk, local honey, local organic friends by offering you a mix eggs, etc. The Farmer’s Market of artistic and alcoholic spirits. is held in the Kristina’s parking Hosted at local hot spots in lot on the southwest corner on more than 150 cities worldwide Barstow/First. Phone: 559-224- (that’s 1,000 different bars and 2222 Hours of Operation: Every restaurants), it’s always easy to find a Paint Nite event near Saturday year-round 7:00am12:00pm www.kristinasranch- you. In about two houtrs’ time, a master artist leads your party Sunnyside Adult Crafts: Beginning Jewelry and Beading Thursday, January 26, 2017 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Sunnyside Regional Library 5566 E Kings Canyon Rd Fresno


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through the steps to create a 16 x 20-inch acrylic masterpiece that you get to bring home with you. They cover the painting supplies and you cover your clothes with a Paint Nite bright green apron. (Hands, arms, and face are fair game.) All you need to do is show up ready to paint; no experience needed. (307) 272-3884 all ages Old Town Clovis Farmers Market 5th and Clovis Ave. Clovis, 93612 Sat, Nov 1st to Mon, Dec 26th 2016 Old Town Clovis Farmers Market runs all year round 8:30am to 11:00am featuring outstanding produce, delectable food and family friendly entertainment. www. Visalia Adventure park. Arcade, Family Track, Lazer Tag, Batting Cages and more 5600 W Cypress Ave, Visalia, 93277, 559-635-7275

Special Events Beyond Your Backyard Astronomy Fri, Jan 27th Feb. 3, 2017 Feb. 24, 2017 Mar. 3, 2017 7:00pm-8:00pm Three Rivers Union School 41932 Sierra Dr. Three Rivers, CA 93721 Join us for an hour of astronomy in the Three Rivers Union School upper field. We’ll look for cool constellations, meteors zooming by, planets, satellites and much more! Dress warmly. Bring a blanket and flashlight. Children must be accompanied by an adult chaperone. This is a new Moon evening. This activity cancels in the event of rain. Free. Circus 1903 – The Golden Age of Circus Sat, Feb 11th 8:00pm Saroyan Theatre 730 M Street Fresno, CA 93721 Circus 1903 – The Golden Age of Circus The producers of the world’s biggest magic show, The Illusionists have teamed up with the award winning puppeteers from War Horse to present a thrilling turn of the century circus spectacular. Sensational puppetry puts Elephants back in the ring as never seen before along with a huge cast of the most unique, amazing and dangerous circus acts from all four corners of the world, from strong men to contortionists, acrobats to musicians, knife throwers, high wire and much more! Discover the golden age of circus this summer as CIRCUS 1903 – The Golden Age of Circus sets to captivate audiences of all ages. $33, $43, $53, $63 www. Calling All Promotors We can help get you out there. We’ll design, print and distribute. Just call us for a free quote 559-472-7182

Mud Factor Fresno 2017 Sunday March 5 at 10a - 1p Hobbs Grove. Mud Factor “Seriously Fun, 5K Obstacle Run!” returns to Hobb’s Grove for it’s annual spring event on Sunday, March 5th. Giant Cargo Climbs, Mud Pits, Water Slides, KIDZ Run Too! Mud Factor is the misfit of mud runs. No timing chip. No first or last place. Just thousands of runners out for a good time in the mud with friends and family. Take advantage of EARLY BIRD pricing and Save BIG! Tai Chi for Health and Wellness Enjoy the benefits of Tai Chi for Health by learning the Tai Chi for Arthritis Program. The beginning level class will be held at 9am with the intermediate class held at 10:05am. (559) 299-2681 All ages $10$20 St. Paul Catholic Newman Center 1572 East Barstow Ave. Fresno Tue 1/17/17 at 9am and 10:05am Tue 1/24/17 at 9am and 10:05am Tue 1/31/17 at 9am and 10:05am World Ag Expo Thu, Feb 16th 9:00am-4:00pm International Agri-Center 4500 South Laspina Street Tulare, 93274 World Ag Expo is the world’s largest annual agricultural exposition. More than 1,500 exhibitors display the latest in farm equipment, communications and technology on 2.6 million square feet of exhibit space. Free seminars focus on a variety of topics important to dairy producers, farmers, ranchers and agribusiness professionals. World Ag Expo is a can’t miss show for anyone in ag. $15 at the gate Children 6 and under, free SHOW HOURSTuesday, February 14,2017: 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, February 15, 2017: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Thursday, February 16, 2017: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

The Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing at Fresno State presents an evening with author Andrea Jurjević as part of the Fresno Poets’ Association reading series on February 3rd from 7-9PM. Location: Alice Peters Auditorium, inside the University Business Center, 5245 N. Backer Ave. Admission is free, and parking is free in lots P5 and P6. Winner of the 2015 Philip Levine Prize for Poetry, Jurjević ’s debut poetry collection is “Small Crimes” from Anhinga Press. A native of Croatia, she teaches English at Georgia State University. The Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing at Fresno State presents an evening with author Randa Jarrar as part of the Fresno Poets’ Association reading series. Thursday March 9 from 7-9PM Location: Alice Peters Auditorium, inside the University Business Center, 5245 N. Backer Ave. Admission is free. PARKING IS ENFORCED. A free parking code is available by calling 559.278.1569. See John Edward live on tour in Fresno, CA! January 18th at the Tower Theatre This is your chance to be part of a live group audience to watch John Edward connect with the other side. There will be question and answer sessions and messages from the other side. Is someone waiting to talk to you? Tickets available now only at: aspx?EventCode=869598 Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson February 11-12 Kickboxing and Self-defense seminars. Don will be appearing at Fred Bell’s tournament on Saturday, and teaching seminars at Fred Bell’s Martial Arts school on Sunday.

Central Valley Barber Battle #5 Sunday, January 22, 2017 12:00 pm The Falls Event Center 4105 West Figarden Drive Fresno An Evening to Treasure Fri, Feb 10th 6:00pm-9:00pm Northpointe Community Church 4625 W Palo Alto Ave Fresno - An Evening to Treasure Prom is a FREE prom event for teens and young adults ages 15-21 who are affected by disability or have special needs in Central California. Girls will be provided a free prom dress of their dreams, a tiara, corsage, and their hair and makeup done. Boys will get a free tuxedo rental, a shoe shine, crown, hair done, and boutonniere. Everyone will be paired with a volunteer buddy for the evening, as they get a limo ride, free Chick-Fil-A dinner, a walk down the red carpet with paparazzi celebrating them, a fantastic dance, and a goodie bag at the end of the night with their formal picture already printed out. To sign up for this amazing event, or to volunteer, please go to Fresno Tattoo Expo 13th March 25-26 Fresno Fairgrounds Skywalk Extreme Air Sports. Ninja Class & Tournament. Jan 22nd. $25 Reserve your spot 326-2022. Tacos, Brews, Jams; Tioga Sequoia in Downtown January 19, 5-10pm

Writers Resist: Fresno Louder for Free Expression brings together authors from across genres, seeking to “re-inaugurate” a shared commitment to compassion, equality, free speech, and the fundmentals of Central Valley Orphan Care democracy. Writers Resist readings will occur in over 50 cities Fresno’s Leading Young Summit. Saturday Jan 21 across the nation on the same Professionals (FLYP) Talks, The 9am - 3pm. If you care about day. Please arrive early for this Best You, Bitwise Industries kids, this is the place to be. special (free) event. Sunday January 17 6-9:30pm Join together with others who understand, get equipped with Jan 15th at Mia Cuppa in the 3D Thursday at Fresno specialized training, and gain a Tower District, Fresno.Featured Ideaworks, January 19 1755 renewed sense of hope in fos- authors include: Armen Bacon, Broadway St, 6-9pm ter care and adoption. Central- Marisol Baca, David Campos, ValleyOrphanCareConference. Steven Church, Margarita Engle, Peter Everwine, Corrinne Monthly Fulton Walking Tour Hales, Bonnie Hearn Hill, Lee VIEWS, January 28 meet at Herrick, Tim Z. Hernandez, CityView Van Ness, 2115 Kern, Follow Us Online on FaceSet 102M, 9:30am-11:30am book, Instagram, and Twitter to Randa Jarrar, Bryan Medina, Joseph Rios, and Joseph Voth. learn about giveaways.


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Tokopah Falls Winter Hike Wed, Mar 29th 9:30am12:30pm Sequoia National Park- Tokopah Falls Trailhead Tokopah Falls trailhead Sequoia National Park, CA 93262 Waterfalls are a popular summer destination. What do they look like in winter? Join this moderately paced walk to this local attraction for winter recreationists. On snowshoes or hiking, we will watch for wintering animals and follow the dramatic Marble Fork of the Kaweah River upriver to this striking fall. Have your camera ready for this gorgeous excursion. Snowshoes are available for rent at the Lodgepole Market. Free. 9:30pm-12:30pm. Registration: Wuksachi Lodge. Open to all park visitors. Difficulty: Moderate Distance: about 4 miles Ages: All. Children must be accompanied by an adult chaperone. Meeting Location: Tokopah Falls trailhead, Sequoia National Park Schedule Jan. 4, 2017 Feb. 22, 2017 Mar. 29, 2017 Apr. 19, 2017 www.sequoiaparksconservancy. org/ Fresno State- Aquatics Center Jan. 21, 2017 Fresno State vs. California University East Bay 12:00pm Jan. 28, 2017 Fresno State vs. San Jose State University 12:00pm Jan. 29, 2017 Fresno State. vs. UC Davis 12:00pm 5241 N. Maple Ave. Fresno, 93740 Fresno State Men’s Basketball Jan 18, 2017 Fresno State vs. Colorado State 8:00pm Feb. 1, 2017 Fresno State vs. Air Force 7:00pm Feb. 15, 2017 Fresno State vs. San Jose State 7:00pm Feb. 18, 2017 Fresno State vs. New Mexico 7:00pm Mar. 4, 2017 Fresno State vs. UNLV 4:00pm Save Mart Center 2650 E. Shaw Ave Fresno

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Metalachi rocks Fresno: Fulton 55 Friday, Jan 20, 2017 at 8 PM to Jan 21, 2017 at 12 AM Fulton 55 875 Divisadero St 12th Annual Energize 2017 with Christian Martin. Join the Central Valley’s Creative Community for the 12th annual celebration of electronic music & culture in the heart of Fresno. Saturday January 21st. 9pm2a. Azteca Theater 838 F st, Fresno 93706. Tickets are $15 available at

Suicide Silence, Plague Vendor, Cameron Argon. Strummer’s 3/3 Ticket includes special After Show Listening Party hosted by Suicide Silence. Also includes a digital download of Suicide Silence’s new self titled album! Tix onsale 1/13 at LA FIESTA DEL PUEBLO 3 10am at DIAS FESTIVAL MARZO March t3/sale/ 17 – March 19 Mar 17 at 9 AM to Mar 19 at 12 PM Internation- Rascall Flatts Friday, January al Agri-Center 4500 S Laspina 27, 2017 at 8 PM - 9:30 PM St, Tulare Table Mountain Casino 8184


Table Mountain Rd, Friant, R Kelly Live in concert. 93626 Sunday, February 19th. Selland Arena 700 M Street Fresno. The Police Experience Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 7 Live Reggae with Jacon PM - 10 PM Tower Theatre 815 Daweed at Skyline Bar & Grill. E Olive Ave, Fresno, 93728 Friday Jan 27th at 9pm. 1419 Railroad Ave, Clovis. Ladysmith Black Mamba zo Tue 1/24/17 at 7:30pm Foreigner 40th Anniversary South African Celebrating over Tour Thursday, March 9 at 8 PM fifty years of joyous tradition- 11 PM Visalia Fox Theatre 308 al spiritual acappella music W Main St, Visalia led by their founder, Joseph Shabalala. Multiple Grammy Sweet Dreams “Pajama awards including Best World Party” Ft. Squnto Saturday, Music & Best Traditional Album. February 4 at 8 PM - 1:30 AM Became famous collaborating Feb 4 at 8 PM to Feb 5 at 1:30 with Paul Simon on his 1986 AM Azteca Theater 838 F St, album, Graceland. AccompaFresno 8pm - 2am 16+ $10 nied Nelson Mandela to Norway

to receive 1993 Nobel Peace Prize. Beginning as singers of Isicathamiya traditional Zulu tribal music, Ladysmith has become a world-wide messenger for Peace, Love and Harmony. Visalia Fox Theatre 300 W. Main St. Visalia, CA 93291 The Expanders January 27th (559) 625-1369 Central Valley Showcase: Fulton 55 875 Divisadero St Fresno Fuego vs. CV All Stars Robin Thicke Mon, Feb 13th Saturday, February 4 at 6:30 7:30pm Table Mountain Casino PM - 9:30 PM Chukchansi Park Passport Live Featuring 8184 Table Mountain Rd. Friant Katea, Ben Hazlewood, Speak1800 Tulare St Fresno, ers First Monday February 27th. Switchfoot, Reliant K - LookFulton 55 875 Divisadero St Grapple Bowl 4 Jiu-Jitsu ing for America Tour. Saturday, tournament at Clovis West High Jan 21 at Warnors Theatre 7pm School Sunday, February 12 at Jim Messina Country, Rock - 10pm. Tickets range from Jim Messina has played a 7 AM - 5 PM Clovis West High $30-$50 available online Tickformative role in the world of School 1070 E Teague Ave, 1400 Fulton St American music. Best known Clovis, California 93720 Fresno, 93721 as half of the pop folk duo of Loggins & Messina, he was also The Purple Ones, Insatiable Super Bowl Potluck Party a member of Buffalo Springfield Tribute to Prince, Fulton 55, Sunday, February 5 at 12 PM Blue Fin Billiards 4113 W Swift and Poco. Tower Theatre 815 Saturday Jan 14, 9:30pmE.Olive Ave. Fresno, 93728 Ave. #103 12:30am (559) 485-9050 Fri 1/27/17 at 8pm Ninja Obstacle Challenge Twenty One Pilots with Judah January 28 from 8am to 5pm. and the Lion coming to the Come join hundreds of others Los Blaster’s March 25th Save Mart Center February 14. to test your skills on the Ninja Fulton 55 875 Divisadero St Tickets available online TickObstacle Challenge presented 2650 E Shaw by Adventure Fitness to benefit Ave Fresno, 93710 the Leukemia & Lymphoma Beatles Vs Stones A musical showdown. Thursday, February 23rd. The Cellar Door 101 W. Main St. Visalia. $15 Roller Derby- Tulare Takeadvanced/$18 night of show. over Feb. 4th at 5pm Tulare Doors open at 8. Fairgrounds


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Music Industry Workshop RAD Music is teaming up with our friends at Numbskull Productions to host an Artist Workshop for local Fresno artists on Jan 29th. This workshop is to help local bands, rappers, djs and singers grow their brands by offering insight and tips on Social Media, Networking, Show Etiquette and Branding. We will be having guest speakers for each panel: Agent, Band, Social Media, Venue owner, Promoter, Street team. Tower District Records 302 E Olive Ave Fresno, 93728 Free All Ages 2pm-6pm Blink 180-True Live in Fresno at the PressBox Sports Grill January 28 at 8pm. 1552 E Champlain Dr. Fresno, 93720 Neil Diamond ‘50 Year Anniversary World Tour’ will begin April 7 in Fresno at the Save Mart Center. Ticket Prices: $39.50, $49.50, $69.50, $99.50, $129.50 & $149.50 Tickets available at, charge by phone at 800-745-3000 or at the Save Mart Center Box Office. Prices Subject to Change.

21 & Over Wine Tasting Food/Tasting J. Sorrenti Wine Bar in the Sierra Nut House hosts daily wine tastings, with appetizers and full menu items. (559) 4324023 Sierra Nut House 7901 N. Blackstone Ave. Fresno, 93720 Daily 8am-8pm Bob Marley Annual Birthday Jam Friday Feb 10 at Cellar Door 9pm Anual Reggae Unity and Marley Birthday Celebration. Featuring the absolute best reggae bands in the Central Valley. 101 W Main St Visalia, 93291

Kings River Winery. Reserve your space ahead of time for $20.00 online, by phone at 259.3286 or in the Tasting Room. Space is limited- If space is available tickets can be purchased at the door. Price includes (1) hour yoga class followed by wine tasting and small bites. Please bring a yoga mat or towel for the event. Water and wine will be available for purchase. **This is an ALL LEVELS class- No previous yoga experience required** The Salsa Tuesdays Latin/ Salsa, Ballroom Salsa Dance Lessons start at 8 pm; music and dancing follow every Tuesday night at The Cellar Door. Beginners’ lessons run from 8-8:45 pm, advanced lessons from 8:45-9:30 pm, and dancing follows. All dabce lessons are free with admission. www. Event Info: (559) 636-9463 The Cellar Door 101 W. Main St. Visalia, CA 93291 Fifty Shades of Men February 25th at 7PM Fresno Fair Grounds Commerce Bldg. Buy tickets online at bigfootticket. com Poker for Paws Sat, February 18th at 7:15. $40 Buy-In. Cat House on the kings & Club One Casino. Cyndi Lauper Tribute January 27th from 9pm-2am. FAB in tower district. $5 cover. Dapper Strill & Soiree Pub Crawl. March 11th Tower District. 7:30pm, Drink Specials, No cover, Party starts at The Ivy Room $5 wristbands.

American Legion Madera Post 11 17408 Rd. 26 Madera, CA 93638 (559) 674-1235 Karaoke Nights American Legion Post 11 holds karaoke nights every Sunday (Tostada Night) and Wednesday (Burger & Fries Night). Bring your favorite karaoke CDs or choose from their large selection of songs and artists. Cocktails, beer, wine and soft drinks are available in the lounge (no children allowed at the bar) Adults only No cover; $6 burger and fries, $3 or $2 for $5 tostadas Every Wednesday and Sunday starting on 1/22/17 from 6pm-10pm Toxicity - A Tribute to System of a Down $5 cover 21+ ages at Next Bar on February 11 from 7-1:30AM 4231 E Shields Ave, Fresno 93726

American Made Concerts Presents: Discordia, Rise, Don’t Tell Her That, Friend or Faux at Fulton 55 February 18 from 8-12AM 875 Divisadero St, 93721 The Central Valley’s BEST Electro World Music Night is BACK January 27 8-12AM at Full Circle Brewing Co. located in Downtown Fresno.Celebrate the sounds of the globe with DJ’s El Selectòr, Del Toro Don & Dog Plasma All Night Long! Tickets are $10 // Starts at 8pm Starset and Gemini Syndrome at Fulton 55 January 29 at 7pm.. Tickets now available online.

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