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EDITOR’S NOTE There are all sorts of rules to think about when getting a tattoo. Don’t get a significant other’s name permanently etched on your body. Don’t get matching tattoos unless you’re family. Don’t get one on your hands, feet, or elbows because they’ll fade quickly. Then there are the elite rules such as, don’t walk in picking something off the wall and get it tattooed on your body as-is. And certainly, don’t copy someone else’s tattoo, even if it’s slightly different... no sir, it doesn’t count, it’s still the same as reproducing someone else’s artwork. However, when you’re young, none of this matters. I should know, I tattooed a barcode on the back of my brother’s neck simply because we both thought it was hilarious. He did end up having it removed later when he joined the Army (the military didn’t find it as funny), and we’re both glad, now that we’re mature adults, it worked out that way. Although, I should note that he has, since leaving the armed forces, acquired an impressive display of sleeves, hand and neck tattoos - all done by artists WAY more talented and worthy than myself. No, I don’t tattoo. I was just a kid (late teens-ish) with access to a professional gun. Around that same time, I let a guy fresh out of CYA (California Youth Authority to you) convince me that a guitar string mounted

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in an ink pen casing attached to an electric toothbrush motor was the same as a tattoo gun. Fifteen years later and I’m still sporting a very ‘unique’ yet undistinguishable design. The point is, Fresno and the Central Valley have some insanely talented tattoo artists that are worth your time in research and hard earned cash. Go to all the shops; it may take you a while as the Central Valley is loaded with them, and take a look inside. You can read as many reviews as you’d like, but at the end of the day, it’s important to note that artists come and go in most shops as not everyone is lucky to have an owner or resident artist who calls one parlor home for more than a few years. One of the best artists I ever met not only had photos of his work fresh off the table, but also side-by-sides of what his work looked like after it had healed. I hear people all the time gripe about what some of the shops are charging per hour or even per project, then get excited about someone they’ve never met who will tattoo for half the price out of their kitchen. DON’T BE THAT GUY. There are artists here in the Valley whose art is so well-known and revered that clients will fly in from all over the world to get work done by them. Lucky for us, we don’t have to travel very far - so don’t take it for granted. You really can’t put a price on quality art that will live on your body forever.

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REDWAVE TATTOO NAME:

NAME:

Johnny Rockit

Rico Saldivar

YEAR STARTED TATTOOING:

YEAR STARTED TATTOOING:

2005

2005

SPECIALTY:

SPECIALTY:

Biomechanical tattoos, because the style is visually powerful and flows beautifully with the muscle structure and accentuates the striations wherever places on the clients body.

Sweet tats & cool shit THINGS THAT INSPIRE YOUR SPECIALTY:

Sex. Drugs, rock-n-roll, B Willy Homdo FAVORITE TATTOO YOU

THINGS THAT INSPIRE YOUR SPECIALTY:

Artists- Ron Earhart, Nate Banuelos, Rene Chavira, Guy Aitchison Things- Organic objects such as Trees, Bones and insects. Also weapons, tools, alien art and comic books.

OWN:

The one my daughter did,

because she did it

NAME:

FAVORITE TATTOO YOU OWN:

Will Hondo

My favorite tattoo is actually the portrait of my wife, she’s been with me and tattooed on me before I even became a tattoo artist.

YEAR STARTED TATTOOING:

2011 or 12 NAME:

SPECIALTY:

Richard George

Traditional

YEAR STARTED TATTOOING:

THINGS THAT INSPIRE YOUR SPECIALTY:

2002

Vintage tattooers, books, statues, cool shit.

SPECIALTY:

Black & Grey

FAVORITE TATTOO YOU OWN:

THINGS THAT INSPIRE YOUR SPECIALTY:

Pharaoh’s house I did on my stomach because it’s rad.

To get better everyday

“Daddy’s Girl” my daughter did.

FAVORITE TATTOO YOU

NAME:

OWN:

John Garcia

I have a lighthouse with

YEAR STARTED PIERCING:

2009 NAME:

SPECIALTY:

Steve Lopez

I do all types of piercings but specialty would have to be subdermal implants or anybody mods

YEAR STARTED TATTOOING:

2011 or 12 SPECIALTY:

THINGS THAT INSPIRE YOUR

Neo-Traditional

SPECIALTY:

Steve Haworth the inventor of subdermal implants. Shawn O’Hare my friend who

THINGS THAT INSPIRE YOUR SPECIALTY:

Other tattooers, books, co-workers FAVORITE TATTOO YOU OWN:

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showed me how to pierce. FAVORITE TATTOO YOU OWN:

My left arm because it was a once in a lifetime event to have Carson Hill, Ty Mcewen, Adam France and Kenny Morris tattoo me at once.

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HIGH CLASS q & A with audie fulfer by Lisa Talley | lisa@fresnoflyer.com

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op culture, comics, realism, full-color renditions of your favorite childhood (or, let’s face it, adulthood) characters, Audie Fulfer of High Class Tattoo and Body Modification of Fresno has made it his business to bring them to life on your skin. From The Maxx to Breaking Bad to Ghost Busters to Superman, Fulfer is no stranger to pop culture requests. Often tackling portraiture work of famous characters, he’s also nailed down fictional creatures, cartoons, and monsters born from films and graphic novels. An unabashedly self-proclaimed ‘nerd’, it’s difficult to say who’s enjoying the tattoo more, Fulfer or his clients. We had a chance to chit-chat with the Owner of High Class to get to know the man behind the explosively colorful tattoos bringing people to Fresno from all over the world.

Year you started tattooing: I started tattooing around 2005-2006

35 now so that’s a lot of years to collect plenty of tattoos that I’m both happy with and those that I’m not, but I would have to say my favorites are my kids’ names. They were tattooed how they wrote them in kindergarten. When they got a little older I let them tattoo a little piece next to each one of their names, which is pretty special to me.

Favorite tattoo you’ve given or most memorable (why): I think that’s a million dollar question

for most tattooers hahah… I’ve done so many that I thought were awesome, it makes it really hard to say what was/is my favorite because each of those tattoos is memorable in its own way.


Talk about how you got into tattooing where did you start: In the beginning, I just did

Was it a linear path to tattooing or a surprising detour? I would

have to say that I just kind of fell in to it. It wasn’t planned whatsoever. I had a totally different route that I was going to take with my art but after doing it for so long, people close to me - knowing that I was artistic - would always ask me to draw things for them. Over time, all of that eventually turned into me drawing designs for their tattoos as well, I was basically nudged into that direction slowly.

Are tattoos the only type of artwork you do, or are you also a painter, sculptor, photographer, filmmaker, etc.? Yeah, I do a lot of drawing still when I can, which I feel is important as a tattooer because not everything art-based should completely revolve around designing the next tattoo. Drawing for fun is always something that I’ve done.

Favorite tattoo on your body (why): I got my first when I was 16, I’m

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small tattoos here and there on close friends, mimicking what I saw in magazines - but I never took it too serious mainly because I just didn’t want to mess people up. After some time, I did become more confident but I was still playing it safe, however, I knew that if I really wanted to tattoo correctly I needed to get in to an actual shop. Eventually, I ended up at a shop and I finally got my foot in door. It helped me get a feel for what needed to be done in order to be clean, safe, and sterile. So, in hindsight, it was the beginning of an

apprenticeship. After a few months though, I got thrown to the wolves being told that I had to stepup and start tattooing

after o n e of the artists was fired - I had to hit the floor running. I stayed within my skill set at the time but it was difficult and mind-racking. So I guess you could say that I had a partial apprenticeship but mostly, I

taught myself.

You own High Class, talk about the early days ? Well, I had been tattooing for this

shop and things were going good for a while but eventually the owner started doing things that were unsavory to me. He was treating customers and the staff like crap, snaking clients from his own staff and then taking advantage of the situation without appreciating any of it because he wanted to be the rockstar of the shop. So when I decided to leave, I told myself I didn’t want to work at a shop that treated people unethically or wrong but then a buddy that worked at the shop with me said that I should open my own place instead of working for someone else. Ten years later, here we are!

Who’s your ideal client? I would have to say someone who

knows what they want but wants me to fully take creative control and design the tattoo, because I know what will look good, work, and hold up over time. There’s so much trust that’s needed for that so when a client is willing and shows that amount of trust the results end up being awesome.

Favorite moment in your career thus far: If I absolutely have to pick one I

Everything I do has been self taught for the most part, that and also discussing techniques and theories with other tattoo artists during my travels.

You also do quite a bit of portraits and renditions of famous characters - would you say that’s a specialty? Well, it just kind of happened. I did a

few here and there and since I’m a fan of a lot of the things I happen to tattoo and people started to take notice of that. Over time, more and more people wanted similar art done by me. I guess now you can say it’s definitely a specialty of mine.

What would you say your specialty is? I would say full-color tattoos is my thing. I do a lot of different things but full color realism, illustrated style art, and animation tattoos are what I’m known for.

Who (or what) inspires you? Everything inspires me, I know that’s probably a cheesy response but for now, I feel that it’s an accurate answer .

What’s next for High Class - any future plans fans can keep an eye out for? Well, we just started our 10th year

would have to say when I first got an email from a client in Canada who wanted to fly to Fresno just to get a tattoo. For me, it was a big deal because I finally knew that my work had started to make an impact in the industry. Since then, I’ve had numerous clients fly from different parts of the world .

so I’m looking forward to seeing what another 10 years brings. Also ,I’m going to be starting an online store for my artwork. I’ll be offering t-shirts and stickers, buttons and prints, patches, sketch books and color books all based on my style of tattoo artwork and pop culture. That’s definitely going to be something to look out for.


You do some amazing color work, were you classically trained in art or self taught?

Social media where people can follow you: Instagram @audie_tattoos @highclasstattoo 

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Answers to last issue’s puzzles on page 19

Fun Facts

picks. Soot-covered thread was also used. The thread would 9. The Greeks learned tattooing from the Persians and used be sewn through the skin. tattoos to mark slaves and criminals so they could be identified if they tried to escape. The Romans learned it from the 5. Not all skin on the body is the same and, therefore, will Greeks and would tattoo “fug” on the foreheads of slaves for not take tattoo pigment the same. For example, tattoos on “fugitive.” The Tattoo Edition elbows, knuckles, knees, and feet are infamous for fading. 10. Stone sculptures in China from the 3rd century B.C. 1. The Latin word for “tattoo” is stigma. 6. To get a tattoo, the skin is pierced between 50 and 3,000 depict men wearing tattoos on their faces. A few hundred years later, the philosopher Confucius discouraged tattooing 2. There are over 20,000 tattoo parlors in the United States times a minute by a tattoo machine. because he believed that the human body was a gift from alone. A new establishment is being added in the country one’s parents and ancestors. 7. The oldest physical body in existence, the Iceman (3300every day. 3200 B.C.) has the oldest tattoos that have ever been 3. The word “tattoo” derives from the Polynesian word “ta” preserved. He has a black cross tattooed on the inside of his 11. In A.D. 787, Pope Hadrian I banned tattooing of any kind, even on criminals or gladiators. From then on, (“to strike”), which describes the sound of a tattooing spike left knee, six straight lines on his lower back, and parallel lines on his ankles, leg, and wrists. When scientists X-rayed tattooing was virtually unknown in the Christian world being knocked on skin. The first recorded references to the his body, they discovered joint disease under each tattoo, until the 19th century. Judaism and Islam also discouraged word “tattoo” is in the papers of Joseph Banks (1743-1820), which suggests the tattoos were meant to relieve pain. tattooing. a naturalist aboard Captain Cook’s ship. Before Captain Cook brought the word to Europe, tattoos in the West were 8. The earliest known tattoo that represents something oth- 12. Polynesian tattooing as it existed before the arrival of known as “prics” or “marks.” er than an abstract pattern is of the god Bes, the Egyptian Europeans in the South Pacific was the most intricate and god of revelry. These tattoos have been found on female skillful tattooing in the ancient world. 4. Early tattoo methods included using chisels, rakes, or Nubian mummies dating from 400 B.C. | FRESNOFLYER.COM |

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fads for decades. The problem with this is that it assumes all carbs are equal, which is false. “The important thing to realize is there are high-quality and low-quality carbs,” says Blatner. “Instead of shaming all carbs, focus on high-quality sources of carbohydrates that fuel the body and give you energy - skip the refined grains like white bread and focus on whole grains.” Want to try a recipe that uses some of these formerly misunderstood foods? Blatner shares one of her favorites.

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AND BE IRISH 5689 E. Kings Canyon Rd, Fresno

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Eggland’s Best Spinach & Avocado Egg Sushi Makes two servings.

Ingredients:

3 Formerly Misunderstood Foods Now a Part of a Well-Balanced Diet (BPT) - Throughout history, misconceptions, misinformation and popular culture have influenced Americans’ eating habits. Many foods that were previously eaten daily are now considered unhealthy. Conversely, some foods that were thought to be “bad for you,” are now considered nutritious. “Nutrition is exciting. Just about every day there is new research about how certain foods work in our body,” says Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist Dawn Jackson Blatner. “Over time as research is done, foods that were once considered unhealthy can be found to actually play a key role in healthy diets.” What historically “unhealthy” foods are now considered wholesome? Blatner provides some examples:

Eggs

more nutrition than ordinary eggs. “Many health and nutrition organizations are finally recognizing eggs for the nutrient powerhouse they are,” says Blatner. “Eggland’s Best eggs have six times more vitamin D, more than double the omega-3s and more than double the vitamin B12 of ordinary eggs, making them the best egg option to maximize your nutritional intake.”

Nuts Snacking on nuts today is typically considered a healthy way to keep hunger pangs at bay, but it wasn’t always that way. Nuts used to have a bad reputation for being high in fat and calories, and were often avoided, especially for people who wanted to lose weight. Today, many nuts are considered the ideal nutritious snack as they contain hearthealthy monounsaturated fats. For example, the versatile almond is relatively low in calories when compared to other nuts and has more calcium than other varieties, according to Health.com. Plus, almonds are rich in fiber and vitamin E, an important antioxidant. “Nuts can make a great snack or wonderful addition to recipes,” says Blatner. “The one thing to be mindful of is sodium intake. Opt for raw nuts or dry-roasted varieties. These are minimally processed and typically won’t contain the salt and oils you’ll find in other varieties.”

Shunned for many years, eggs were believed to be bad for heart health due to high cholesterol levels. However, numerous studies have shown that intake of dietary cholesterol has little influence on blood cholesterol levels. In fact, the Harvard School of Public Health states that the biggest influence on blood cholesterol level is the mix of fats and carbohydrates in your diet - not the amount of cholesterol you take in from food. Today, eggs are part of a healthy diet - so much so that recently the country’s leading weight loss service announced that eggs are now included on its zero points list. Keep Carbohydrates in mind, though, that not all eggs are created equal. When shopping for eggs, look for Due to empty calories and low nutritional valEggland’s Best eggs, which have significantly ue, cutting carbs has been at the heart of diet | FRESNOFLYER.COM |

2 Eggland’s Best Eggs (Large), 1 tablespoon milk, 1 dash of salt, 1 dash of ground black pepper, 1 large whole wheat tortilla (12 inch), 1/2 avocado (mashed), 1 cup fresh baby spinach For the spicy sauce: Mix 2 tablespoons plain Greek yogurt, 1 tablespoon Sriracha (or other hot sauce) and 1 teaspoon milk in a small bowl.

Directions: Coat a 10-inch nonstick pan with cooking spray and heat on medium-low heat. In a bowl, whisk together eggs and milk and season with salt and pepper. Pour egg mixture into pan and cover with a lid. Do not scramble! Cook until set (about 3-4 minutes), flip and finish cooking (about 1-2 minutes). Lay tortilla flat and spread with avocado, leaving a 2-inch border around the edges. When eggs are finished cooking, place in the center of the tortilla and top with spinach. Start at one end and roll tightly, but gently. Coat the same skillet with nonstick spray and warm on medium-high heat. Place roll seam-side down on skillet and brown slightly on both sides. Remove and allow to rest for 1-2 minutes. Using a serrated knife, slice 1-inch pieces, drizzle with spicy sauce and serve with chopsticks.

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The Annual Fresno Tattoo Expo February 17 - 18

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he 2018 Fresno Tattoo Expo is an event all tattoo and art enthusiasts will not want to miss. Fresno’s Tattoo Expo has grown and solidified itself as the biggest, most attended, and respected tattoo event in the Central Valley. The event hosts a stellar roster of the over 200 tattooers from all over the world, not to mention this year’s special guest - celebrity tattooer and Ink Master TV show judge, Oliver Peck, with his shop crew from Dallas, Elm Street Tattoo. The 14th Annual Fresno Tattoo Expo will also showcase live music, a car show, contests, and live art shows. A variety of vendors will also be present to showcase their merchandise, and according to event runner Jason Pistoresi, there won’t be anyone that doesn’t belong to the tattoo community. “If you’re an attending artist you’re not going to be next to a guy selling knock off purses and sunglasses, like we’ve seen before, unfortunately,” he has said.

Contests will be going on during the event as well, details and times regarding each contest can be found on the event’s website: www.CentralValleyTattoo.com Shops from all over the world expected to make an appearance include 2 Thumbs from Hawaii, Coast to Coast from Santa Cruz, Grape Ape from Arizona, Lighthouse from Auburn, Black Gold from Sacramento, Black Shamrock from Bakersfield, Golden Eagle from Santa Barbara, True Love from Berkley, and of course, local favorites Red Wave, High Class, Skin Decor, and 764%. Tickets to enter each day is $20, but a weekend pass is available $30. The event is all ages and kids under 12 are able to enter for free. The expo will run on February 17 from 11 am - 11 pm and February 18 from 12 pm - 8 pm. Further information on how to purchase tickets can be found on the website: www.CentralValleyTattoo.com

MOST WANTED TATTOO & BODY PIERCING

The shop is proud to be located in the middle of Fresno, off of Blackstone south of Shields Ave and wouldn’t change a thing. Owner, Augie Rubio, has put every thought and consideration into his business to make it ost Wanted Tattoo and Body Piercing be easy, especially being one of the very a safe and welcoming environment. “Our has been in the City of Fresno since Mexican-owned tattoo shops. entrance to our business is like walking 1999. Nobody ever said it was going to through a tropical rain forest,” he shares. Throughout the years the shop has overcome a whole host Body piercer, David Rubio, has of obstacles. In the beginning, pierced so many people that it has turned the owner, Augie Rubio, faced a into a family tradition for some. “We have lot of discrimination as he was pierced your grandma, your mom, and now searching for his first building to your kids,” jests David. rent. It seemed no one wanted to Most Wanted Tattoo is open from give him the time of day as he was 9 am to midnight and the shop also offer embarking on this journey without a smoke shop section. “We have the very much credit or references. “We lowest prices in the whole Valley so let’s were lucky to find a few people that would gives that chance,” celebrate California’s new recreational law!”

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Over the last 19 years, Most Wanted has acquired an impressive following - their Facebook page boasts an impressive 136,000 followers that stretches across the country and around the world.

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Most Wanted is located on 2940 N Blackstone Fresno, 93703 559-228-8795 Follow them on Facebook to keep up to date on new artwork and news about the shop Facebook @AugieRubioMostWanted

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The Kingston Trio, Thursday, February 8 at 8 PM 11 PM, Tower Theatre,Credited with launching American folk music into mainstream popularity, the legendary Kingston Trio topped the charts in the 1960s with songs from the storytelling “Tom Dooley” to the humorous “Tijuana Jail.” towertheatrefresno.tix.com 815 E Olive Ave, Fresno, J.I.D + Earthgang, Chaz French, Lute Thursday, February 8 at 8 PM - 12 AM Strummer’s 833 E Fern Ave, Fresno All ages! Fresno Monsters vs. San Diego Gateway Ice Center 2473 North Marks Avenue, Fresno, CA, United States Feb 8, 2018 , 7:45 PM, monstershockey.yapsody.com FCMC Zoo Trip,Hosted by Fresno County Multiples Club ,Thursday, February 8 at 12 PM,Fresno Chaffee Zoo , 894 W Belmont Ave, Fresno .Let’s go to the zoo! We’ll eat lunch then see the animals. New Doubt - A Tribute to NO DOUBT · Hosted by Strummer’s Friday, February 9 at 8 PM - 11:30 PM, 833 E Fern Ave, Fresno . All ages!

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Valentines Super Love Jam Friday, February 9 at 7:30 PM ,Selland Arena 700 M St, Fresno . Tickets ticketmaster Line Up Subject to change: Zapp, Tierra, Tavares, Delfonics, The Intruders, Evelyn Champagne King, Twatha of MTUME, The Persuaders, Sly Slick & Wicked, The Temprees Public Onsale : Thu, 12 Oct 2017 at 10:00 AM Miranda Lambert February 9, 2018 Friday 7:00 PM Save Mart Center 2650 East Shaw Avenue Fresno. Dirty Dancing (1987) At Historic Crest Theatre Fresno, Friday, February 9 at 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM,The Crest Theatre Fresno, 1170 Broadway Plaza, Fresno. BACK ON THE BIG SCREEN FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY AT THE HISTORIC CREST THEATRE FRESNO! Tickets Only $5 The Crest Theatre 1170 Broadway St. Fresno, CA 93721 - 559.268.0044 Info@TheCrestTheatre.com

Marvel Black Panther Promotional Event Public · Hosted by Legends Comics and Games Fresno, Saturday, February 10 at 12 PM - 4 PM, 639 E Shaw Ave, Ste 173, Fresno. egends Comics & Games is working with Disney and Allied Integrated to promote the upcoming movie “Marvel: Black Panther!” Come by and get some awesome freebies!

host the San Diego Sabers at home presented by C&K Towing. Join us around 2pm every Saturday for the C&K Towing tailgate where you can meet fans and play games. Make sure to wear green every Saturday home game to help cheer on the Monsters. Enter the mechanical bull riding contest for you chance to win a special prize, the person with the longest riding time will be Sweet Dreams 2018 “Paja- announced at the beginning ma Party” Ft. Spock, Hekler of the 3rd period. Also make & Sagey, Saturday, February sure to visit Rob’s Bayside BBQ 10 at 8 PM - 1:30 AM ,Az- in the warm room for some teca Theatre 838 F St, Fresno good ol’ fashioned BBQ food! .Tickets www.eventbrite.com. Sweet Dreams 2018 - Pajama Cornelio Vega y Su Dinastia Party Saturday, February 10th en Rainbow Ballroom de FresAzteca Theatre | Downtown no, Saturday, February 10 at 8 Fresno 18+ Presented by PM - 1:30 AM,1725 Broadway Eclectic Events February Vendor Fair at Lanna Coffee· Hosted by Lanna Coffee Co,Saturday, February 10 at 10 AM - 1 PM,Lanna Coffee Co , 617 Broadway St , Fresno.Lanna Coffee is so excited to start our 2018 Local Vendor Fairs. Our first one of Oscar Nominated Short the year will be on Saturday Films 2018, presented by February 10 from 10AM-1PM, Fresno Filmworks February 9 at 617 Broadway 93712. – February 10,Tower Theatre There will be coffee and lots 815 E Olive Ave, Fresno,Tick- of local artisans to check out. ets fresnofilmworks.org. Fres- See you there! no Filmworks presents the Oscar-Nominated Short Films Rodeo Night vs San Diego · 2018 at the historic Tower Hosted by Fresno Monsters, Theatre. Friday, Feb. 9, 2018 Saturday, February 10 at 5:30 AND Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018 PM - 8:30 PM,Gateway Ice Center 2473 N Marks Ave, Fresno. Tickets monstershockFresnoFlyer.com ey.yapsody.com.The Monsters

Ghostemane at Strummer’s 833 E Fern Ave, Fresno. Saturday, February 10 at 7 PM - 11:30 PM All ages! Tix on sale 12/15 at 10am at http://www.ticketweb.com/ event/ghostemane-strummers-tickets/7932685 and at Strummer’s during regular business hours! Back to the 90’s party Feat: Money B & Young Hump of Digital Underground,Saturday, February 10 at 9 PM, Fulton 55 875 Divisadreo St, Fresno. Ticket www.ticketfly.com.Epic Promotions, Yo Turn & So So Trill “Back to the 90’s party” Featuring Hip Hop ROYALTY: Money B & Young Hump of Digital Underground at Fulton 55

New Tyme Fair Productions and Pirates for Hope Invade Fresno Mardi Gras · Hosted by Pirates For Hope,Sunday, February 11 at 11 AM - 3 PM , Tower District Area, Fresno. New Tyme Fair Productions and Pirates for Hope have joined forces to INVADE the FRESNO Mardi Gras parade! We invite you to join us as we parade down Olive, passing out Pirate treasure, beads, taking pictures, and sharing the word about future events including the Fresno Pirate Faire! www.Facebook.com/ NewTymeFairP roduc tions tobyMac: Hits Deep Tour February 13, 2018 Tuesday 7:00 PM Save Mart Center 2650 East Shaw Avenue Fresno.

50 Shades Freed VIP Screening, Thursday, February 8 at 6 PM - 9 PM,Maya Cinemas Fresno , Glow in the Dark Parent Survival Nigh · Hosted by The Little Gym of Fresno,clock Friday, February 9 at 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM, 9525 N Sommerville Dr, Fresno. Tickets www.littlegym.com. Come build Seriously Fun memories with some of your favorite instructors & friends! LEGOS, Pizza, Fun. Ages 3-12, bathroom independent. You can call 559-433-3434 or use the link to reserve today! Kid Friendly Fresno Monsters vs. San Diego Gateway Ice Center - 2473 North Marks Avenue, Fresno, Feb 9, 2018 , 5:30 PM monstershockey.yapsody.com | FRESNOFLYER.COM |

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CALENDAR \\ CHILDREN’S MUSICAL Children’s Musical Theaterworks Presents, “Legally Blonde The Musical” – With Laura Bell Bundy!

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hildren’s Musical Theaterworks is hosting auditions for their upcoming production of “Legally Blonde” on February 17th and 18th at 1:00 pm at the Sierra Vista Mall.  This fun show, directed by Vanessa Gonzales, will run April 13 -22 at the Fresno Memorial Auditorium in downtown Fresno.  Like all CMT shows, all who audition are cast in the show.  CMT’s cast will feature teens and young adults aged 12-20 (restrictions apply to 12-13 year old, as they must have previously appeared in another CMT show).  Ms. Gonzales is a choreographer from Fresno, California.  Her credits include The Hunchback of Notre Dame  (CMT),  Bring it On The Musical  (Hollywood High),  Chicago  (Hollywood High) and  All Shook Up (Clovis East High). She currently serves as the Director of Dance and Folklorico at Clovis East High.  This fabulously fun, international award-winning musical based on the adored movie, follows the transformation of Elle Woods as she tackles stereotypes, snobbery and scandal in pursuit of her dreams. This action-packed musical explodes on the stage with memorable songs and dynamic dances.

Equal parts hilarious and heart-warming, this musical is so much fun, it should be illegal! Legally Blonde The Musical will take you from the sorority house to the halls of justice with Broadway’s brightest new heroine (and, of course, her Chihuahua, Bruiser).   As the musical opens, Elle Woods appears to have it all. Her life is turned upside down, however, when her boyfriend dumps her so he can start getting serious about his life and attend Harvard Law. Determined to get him back, Elle uses her charm to get into Harvard Law. At school, she struggles with peers, professors and Warner Huntington. With the help of Paulette and Emmett, though, Elle quickly realizes her potential and sets out to prove herself to the world.  This musical is relatively new to the theatre world, catering to the present-day’s generation and culture.  Legally Blonde The Musical stays true to form with a peppy score and playful book. This musical is ridiculously enjoyable, from start to finish!  Participation in this show will offer something very special to our cast members. In addition to the standard 6-7 week rehearsal process, cast members will receive an additional Masterclass taught by the one

and only Laura Bell Bundy, famed Broadway, television and recording artist who received a Tony nomination for her originating role of Elle Woods on Broadway! Laura was also in the original Broadway casts of Hairspray (Amber), Wicked and Ruthless. She has also starred in two TV shows: Anger Management and Hart of Dixie. Each of our cast members will have personal interaction with Laura so this will be a show not to be missed!!!  In addition, there will be a live public performance featuring Ms. Bundy on April 8th, 2017!  Tickets will be available on the website soon.  CMT is the valley’s premier youth theater company. We are a non-profit with the mission that every student who auditions is cast in the production, making us the only place where many of our valley’s youth receive training.  As a non-profit with a very limited budget, we still strive to ensure that no child is turned away due to the inability to

pay tuition. Therefore, we continue to make every effort to assist low income students with sponsorships from local businesses.  This has been a trying few months for our company.  In October, we received an eviction notice from the City of Fresno from our beloved home, our theater, the Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium.  This was due to upgrades that the city felt were required to keep the doors open.  Fortunately, the community and the media rallied behind us, and after meeting with the city, we have been granted a one-year extension to continue on, while we seek a major donor to help fund these repairs.  Because we are in this position, our 2018 season has become a crucial turning point for us, so we are really hoping that turn out is strong for this show!  Please visit our website at  www. cmtworks.org for all of the details on how to audition with us!

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Art Black & Queer Art Show,Hosted by Fresno State’s Cross Cultural and Gender Center, Thursday, February 22 at 5 PM - 7 PM,Attention LGBTQ+ students, faculty, staff, community members, and allies! This event will be showcasing the artwork of people who identify as both black & LGBTQ+. This includes black identities such as African American, afro-Latinx, mixed, and so on. We are now accepting artist applications to be featured in the art show. You do not have to be a Fresno State student to apply- students, faculty, staff, AND community members may apply! Please apply at the link below and feel free to forward this email to anyone who may be interested. Trashique 2018 Produced by The Fresno Art Museum, Saturday February 24 at 5.30pm11.30pm . Signature Flight Support FAT( Fresno Yosemite International Airport , 3050 N Winery Ave , Fresno. Tickets www.eventbrite.com Sawdust Sunday at Ideaworks Sunday, February 25 at 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM It’s woodshop day at Ideaworks. If you have an interest in woodworking, wood-turning on a lathe, carving, or any other means of sawdust production, join us. This is a good way to get some pointers on an existing project or gather information on how to get started in the exploration of the infinite possibilities of carpentry. This event is open to the public and requires no fees. Some experience is necessary for equipment use. No experience is necessary to explore the possibilities. Figmentally Yours: Literary Adventure Comedy Friday, March 2 at 7 PM - 8 PM California Arts Academy - Severance Theater 1401 N Wishon Ave, Fresno. Introduction to Modern Calligraphy (Limited Seating) Saturday, March 17 at 10 AM - 1 PM Allards Art 5350 N Blackstone Ave (S E Corner of Blackstone @ Barstow), Fresno. www.allardsart.com The modern calligraphy craze is everywhere you look, so come learn the fundamentals of this

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Theater Miracle of Marcelino (1955) at Historic Crest Theatre Fresno, Saturday, February 24 at 7 PM - 8:45 PM, 1170 Broadway Plaza, Fresno. MIRACLE OF MARCELINO (1955) *MARCELINO PAN Y VINO* (Spanish Film With English Subtitles) Saturday, February 24, 2018 Doors Open: 6:00PM | Film Begins: 7:00PM ADMISSION IS FREE! **CANNES FILM FESTIVAL GRAND PRIZE WINNER 1955** ABOUT THE FILM: Marcelino is an orphan who grows up in a monastery. One day when he eats his small meal in a room full of old things he gives a piece of his bread to an old wooden Jesus figure - and indeed it takes the bread and eats it. Getting a wish granted for his donation Marcelino wishes to see his mother. The Sound of Music ( Touring), Wednesday ,Maarch 14 at 7.30pm at Saroyan Theatre 700 M St, Fresno, tickets ticketmaster. The Adventures Of Robin Hood (1938) at Crest Theatre Fresno, Friday, February 23 at 7 PM - 9:30 PM,The Crest Theatre Fresno, 1170 Broadway Plaza, Fresno. Tickets adventuresofrobinhood1938. brownpaer tickets.com Tickets Only $5 (Presale Tickets On Sale NOW! @ www. BrownPaperTickets .com) Visalia Adventure park. Arcade, Family Track, Lazer Tag, Batting Cages and more 5600 W Cypress Ave, Visalia, 93277, 559-635-7275

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Ani-Me Con 7.0Mar 17, 2018 at 10 AM to Mar 18, 2018 at 7 PM. The Big Fresno Fair 1121 S Chance Ave, Fresno,Tickets registration: http://www.ani-me.com/registration/The Big Fresno Fairgrounds has been home to some of the biggest and exciting events in the Central Valley such as The Big Fresno Fair, EDM events, Tattoo Expos, RV Meux Home Museum Tours shows, and etc. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays 12:00pm-3:00pm 1007 R St. Ani-Me Con 7.0. Satuday, at Tulare Fresno, CA 93721 March 24 at 11am-5pm, Los The Meux Home Museum Banos D.E.S .Portuguese Hall, recaptures the flavor of Vic- 1155 1 St , los banos .This is torian Fresno by presenting a kiddo friendly event! 12 and a middle-class residence fur- under are free!Tickets are $5 nished in the period, as a rep- if bought in advance. Tickets resentative house museum. will be $6 at the door unless A costumed docent will lead you have a $1 off coupon. you on a one hour tour of this restored urban dwelling of the 1890’s. The architecture of the Meux Home results in a calculated restlessness that Climbing Hosted makes the home as intriguing Rock by Valley Children’s Hospitoday as it was in its own day. tal Adaptive Sports,clock The 10 rooms are furnished more or less as a Victorian Sunday, February 25 at 10:30 family might have had them - AM - 12:30 PM,MetalMark the kitchen has a pie safe and Climbing & Fitness 4042 N the library; a portrait showing Cedar Ave, Fresno.Join us the young Dr. Meux on his way for our Rock Climbing Clinic! RSPV, please reto join the Confederate Army. To spond below, call 353The Meux home was placed on the National Register of 5247 or email adaptivesHistoric Places on January 14, por ts@valleychildrens.org

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Live on stage February 24th at Tower Theatre. Tickets go on sale tomorrow Friday, December 1st. Tickets are $45 and $65 this show will sell out so get your tickets early. 5 5 9 - 4 8 5 - 9 0 5 0 Tower Theatre Box Office, 815 E. Olive Ave. Fresno. COSMIC GATE + Emma Hewitt in Fresno! $20 tickets going fast!, Friday, February 23 at 8 PM - 1:30 AM,Rainbow Ballroom 1725 Broadway St, Fresno. Tickets EventbriteCOSMIC GATE + Emma Hewitt in Fresno First EVER Fresno Appearance, it will sell-out! Friday February 23rd / 8:00PM-1:30AM 18+ w/ Bars Available for 21+ Presented by Midnite Events & K-Lin Tinsley Ellis, Tuesday, February 27 at 8 PM - 11 PM,Tower Theatre 815 E Olive Ave , Fresno.*INSIDE THE TOWER THEATRE LOUNGE* “Feral blues guitar...non-stop gigging has sharpened his six-string to a razor’s edge... his eloquence dazzles...he achieves pyrotechnics that rival early Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton.” –Rolling Stone Dave’s Not Here (Foo Fighters Tribute), Friday, February 23 at 7 PM - 10 PM,Tioga Sequoia Brewery Company, 745 fulton st, Fresno, Fresno’s favorite fake Foos are fighting back this February at Tioga Sequoia Brewing Company! Seriously, each Dave’s Not Here show at Tioga has been better than the last, so this will definitely not be one to miss. Catch your favorite ‘90s gems all the way up to the newest tunes from the Foos’ “Concrete and Gold”. Grab a beer, and get ready for some massive singalong action!`

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Stoneshiver, Call Me James, Westhoward, & Trodden Black at Fulton 55, Saturday, February 24 at 7 PM, 875 Divisadreo St, Fresno.Ticket www. ticketfly.com Fresno 90’s Block Party, Thursday, February 22 at 7:30 PM,Selaand Arena ,700 M St , Fresno. Tickets Ticketmaster,Live in concert - Guy feat Teddy Riley, 112, Ginuwine & Next. Don’t miss the concert party that will have you dancing all night long! Doors at 6:30pm. Artists scheduled to appear and subject to change. No Refunds NIGHT HEAT at The Shanty Saturday, February 24 at 9 PM - 12 AM, 375 E Shaw Ave, Fresno.Night Heat plays all of your favorite classic & modern rock with a passion!

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