Fresno Flyer Vol 3 No 12

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EDITOR’S NOTE I may not always know if what I’m writing or printing is the best possible material of the moment, but I do know when never to apologize for it. Our recent ‘Pride’ issue of the Flyer elicited some interesting feedback from the community throughout May and June. The obvious balks against tolerance came in the form of a letter, a series of long-winded voicemails, and social media comments. Other types of indignant disapproval came in the subtler ways of lost subscriber numbers – to which I say, good, we won’t miss you. But I do thank you. These unprovoked bouts of hatespew, often masked in the guise of the ‘helpful Samaritan’ sent to rescue the souls of the damned, tells me only one thing – the Flyer is moving in the right direction. Yes, you read correctly. When the only complaint about our choices is rooted in intolerance, we know that we put our best foot forward. And that lights up our day, it becomes the motivation that acts as our beacon, guiding us along our path into the future. It’s been 50 years since Stonewall – since the LGBTQ community fought back against oppression, and even though the battle is still waging, there has been massive victories to equality over the years. I have no


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illusions about living in the reddest part of a blue state – but I am still surprised at the level of negativity that leaks out when the rainbow flag starts flying anywhere in the Valley. And while I find that overall fact disappointing, I take comfort in knowing that this whole area is changing, and for the better. What also strikes me as odd is that over the years we’ve gotten increasingly vocal about socio-political issues here locally, sometimes even calling out members of the City Council or other public figures – yet, it’s crickets from the community. In fact, the few responses we’ve received to these op-eds and editorials have all been positive – no opposition, no scolding. It makes things abundantly clear that we have some work to do with the Flyer. While our focus is mainly to support the Valley’s culture as it currently exists and track its momentum moving forward through music, entertainment, and arts – we have to build a stronger emphasis on supporting the underrepresented. There are those who are shameless in their efforts to stand in the way of progress, so we need to, likewise, be as bold and unapologetic in our stance to amplify the oppressed voices who have little or no platform. And, of course, to make sure we put out a Pride issue EVERY year.



Dark Arts

KAYLA is super affectionate. She is a total lap dog. Petite & walks good on leash. Kayla is relatively calm & quiet and so deserving of a loving home! Meet her at Fresno Humane Animal Services Monday - Saturday 10 to 4 pm, come play!
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By Dave Fountinelle |


hen you first pull up to Dedication Tattoo in Armona, CA, you’re greeted by a rather unassuming-looking shop, sandwiched between a pizza place on the left, and a beauty salon to the right. However, once you open the doors and venture inside, you have just entered the unofficial museumof-the-mind of shop owner Chadley Rees. Death Metal hemorrhages from speakers in the back, spraying the large, open studio in waves of aural carnage. On the walls, various samples of Chadley’s other artistic productions: oil paintings, charcoal sketches, painted skulls, and so on, hang like prime cuts in a meat locker. A halo of Marvel comics circles the top of the walls, representing some of Chad’s favorite stories and characters, such as Thor, Infinity Wars, and his favorite – Juggernaut. On the big screen TV could be playing anything from a Dodger’s game, to a YouTube video about comic books, to one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films. This is Chadley’s labor of love, and it represents not just a look at who he is, but also what inspires him. “I’ve always been really into comic books and anime artists,” Chadley tells me, as he prepares his work station for his next appointment. Breaking down, sterilizing, putting it all back together, and getting everything ready to go. “And, of course, I was always fascinated with dark, evil, medieval types of themes. The first professional artist who inspired me to want to tattoo was Paul Booth.” Booth is a legend of the tattoo industry, whose trademark style is black and gray work and dark, evil themes. “Currently, I would say some of my biggest influences in the industry are Ben Kaye and Robbie

Latos.” Like most originals, Chadley draws inspiration from his favorite artists but is always careful to respect their style. Potential clients looking for someone to “do something just like the one this guy did” will have to go somewhere else. “Sometimes someone will bring me a picture of someone else’s work and ask me ‘can you throw this on me, just like how it is here?’ and I’ll tell them, ‘I can do something similar to that, in my own style or whatever, but if you’re looking for someone to just trace that on you, I’m not your guy, sorry.” It was 13 years ago when Chadley first started tattooing, and he’s been making a living at it for 7. In 2006, he had a 1-year apprenticeship at a studio in Key West, Florida. There, he studied the traditional Asian tattoo style. He then moved to California and worked briefly at a couple of different studios in Fresno and Lemoore. Ultimately, none of these places provided the right environment Chadley was looking for. He was frustrated by what felt to him to be a lack of mutual support among artists. “I want to work in an environment where everyone lifts each other up. Where artists support each other and freely exchange ideas. There are so much jealousy and negativity in this business, I want to work with people who want to see everyone succeed.” And it was with that goal in mind, creating a place where other talented artists could ply their trade in an environment of positivity, creativity, community, and encouragement, that Chadley got together with some other local artists and opened | FRESNOFLYER.COM |

Dedication Tattoo in July 2015. In the 4 years since Dedication opened, those other artists have left to pursue their own individual career goals. Walking through those doors today and into the big, open, clean studio, Chadley holds shop to the right while body piercer, Jason Perkins, sets up shop to the left. But there’s always space available for a local artist to show off their skills and be a part of the Dedication team. When I ask Chadley where he would like to see Dedication Tattoo evolve over the next 4 years, he tells me, “I don’t have a financial goal in mind, you know? Like, I don’t think about it in terms of ‘I want to open 5 more shops’ or ‘I want to be doing these kinds of numbers each month’ or anything like that. What I want is to see Dedication continue to be a place where artists can come in and bring their own styles and elements to the shop, share their knowledge and techniques, come together and grow as an artistic community, and just continue to produce consistent, quality work and grow.” As for where Chadley would like to see his own career progressing, “I really just want to continue to have opportunities to learn more and grow as an artist.” Part of that growth for Chadley is continuing to focus on his other artistic endeavors besides tattooing. Namely, his painting and drawing. He sells his paintings through his Instagram page, ChadReesArt, and there are always loyal fans volunteering as a model for his art, or a canvas for “something new I want to try.” Chadley is

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OLIVE OIL is a sweet Shepherd mix girl approximately 2 to 3 years old. She is a full-grown adult at 53 lbs and would love to be someone’s shadow! She plays great with other dogs and likes to fetch too! She can also chill out and kick back with her people and be happy. Adopt this beauty at Fresno Humane! 559-600-7387

JASMINE is looking for a running partner. She will need a person to win her trust with lots of yummy treats and then go for a walk to the dog park to run off some energy. German Shepherds are people pleasers and this 3 year old is just looking for some direction on how to find love. Could it be you? Fresno Humane: 559-600-7387


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Visiting Caminos, the Arte Américas Project and Exhibition in Downtown Fresno By I. smiley G. Calderón |

“ BEATRIX aka Bea is a young adult Shepherd on a mission. Approximately 2 years young & 62 lbs she has some filling out to do but has reached her full height. Beatrix likes to explore and wears rose-colored glasses to see the world around her. Although she is lost and in a cage, she doesn’t see it that way. It is simply an opportunity to meet new people and start a great new life! Beatrix is very treat-motivated and smart. She would be a great companion for someone who will train her and use her full brain power! Bea is the best Jogging partner ever! She is always ready to go bye bye. Fresno Humane: 559-600-7387

Take a look at BONES! He is neutered and gets along great with other dogs! He loves to fetch but hesitates to touch a pool of water. That’s easy for keeping the house clean. All good things for the 4-year-old approximately Shepherd & Herding Breed mix boy and yet he finds himself as one of FHAS’s longest residents. True with most herding breeds, Bones can be mouthy sometimes. Looking for a Herding Breed experienced home. He came into Fresno Humane as a stray from Maroa & Santa Ana on April 22nd wearing nothing but an ID tag saying the word. “BONES” on it. No numbers, no address; nothing that could give us a lead to find his family. They also didn’t come looking for him. Help us find him a new family by sharing! With our Boyz of Summer Special, Bones is only $50 to adopt! It’s $100 to adopt and all dog adoption includes:
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If Latino is not part of your past or history, can it be a part of your future?” asked Arte Américas, Casa de la Cultura, Project Manager, Nancy Márquez as she slowly guided me through the art exhibit. “But Nancy,” I said, “I already am Latino … I think.” She looked up, connected with my eyes, smiled, and then proceeded to take me through her expertly guided tour of Caminos, Latino History of the Central Valley. Located in downtown Fresno’s Cultural Arts District, Arte Américas sits firmly etched in the community directly across from the historic Fresno Met building, currently home to CMAC. It was a real treat to have Mrs. Márquez personally escort me through the colorful exhibit – an extensive project designed by Tony Carranza, along with other team artists and partly funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. The project is led by historian, Dr. Alex Saragoza. Nancy, as she prefers, knows everything about everything inside Arte, including, most likely, even the people who have contributed and continue to contribute to its ongoing success. She’s been at Arte Américas from its very beginning, over 30 years since the establishment opened its doors with a

mission to create a flourishing place for Latino art in the Central Valley. Interim Director, Lilia Chavez, is currently at the helm with Vivian Paz as Board President and Silvina Hernandez as Operations Manager. Nancy has served as Director multiple times in the past and now works in a reduced yet supportive and dedicated role as Project Manager. Petite in stature, she is the personification of the phrase ‘big things come in small packages’ with her fierce intelligence and undeniably contagious and inspiring appreciation for Latino culture. Caminos, the Spanish word for “roads,” highlights seven different periods seven different connecting paths. This art exhibit is spread throughout multiple mini-art gallery spaces that act much like an interconnected museum exhibit with rich information and history to accompany each piece of artwork or artifact on display. The Caminos experience also includes video footage featuring over 20 hours of documented interviews. The first camino in California’s Central Valley Latino history is called the “Spanish Period,” and it begins in 1772 when Spain started sending expeditions into the Central Valley to find Native Indians for their coastal missions. Before 1772, the Central Valley was undisturbed by outsiders and inhabited only

by Native Indians. Next is the second camino which involves 26 years referred to as “The Mexican Period,” abruptly ended in 1848 as a result of the Mexican-American War. The third period, a time of transformational change here in the Valley emerged in the “Gold and Gringos” wild west “Spirit of Joaquin Murrieta” era that culminated in 1900. Inspiration for the Caminos exhibition was rooted in social awareness, or lack thereof, for the 247-year Latino history in the Central Valley. And the truth of the missing recognition hit home during the 2017 Fresno County Fairgrounds display of local history – there were little if any Latinos represented at all. A shocking discovery for people like Nancy and other allies across Fresno County that drove them to the realization that something ought to be done to help change this cultural misrepresentation of Fresno. Caminos, Latino History of the Central Valley at Arte Américas, Casa de la Cultura opened in March and is on display until the end of August. Head to downtown and check it out for yourself so you don’t have to wait for me to write about the 20th and 21st-century caminos in next month’s Flyer issue. Can you guess which of Caminos is Nancy’s favorite?

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because you can’t really afford to turn down business. Whereas in a big city, an artist can focus on developing their ‘signature style’ and just doing that particular style of tattoo, and if their work is good and people like it, the business will just keep coming. It’s not like that here. I would love just to do skulls and decay and darkness and evil and all that, but you gotta do those infinity knots and butterflies on the ankles if you want to pay the rent.” Despite these unique challenges, Dedication Tattoo continues to carve out space for itself in the South Valley. July marks their 4th anniversary, and Chadley says they have a lot of different promotions and events planned to celebrate the milestone with the clients and community that has helped make it all possible. To learn more about these upcoming events, follow @Dedication_tattoo_. To check out Chadley’s work, follow him on Instagram @chadreesart. For samples of Jason Perkin’s piercings, follow

him @bustanuthead. You can also like their Facebook page. For more information, or to book an appointment, call (559) 587-5419

a multi-faceted artist, and whether it’s his unique and high-end tattoo work, beautiful oil paintings that range from haunting skulls to mesmerizing images of swirling galaxies, or even individual pieces like his painted animal skulls, all of his work is a one-of-akind exhibit from the vault of his mind. So, what does Chad like best about working in the south Central Valley? “I love the small communities here. I love to work with the same people. That return business, that loyalty, it means so much to me. Knowing that they were happy enough with what I did for them that they want to keep coming back to me with all of their ideas and projects because they trust my ability to turn their vision into a finished product. It’s crazy, I’ve been doing this long enough that I’m starting to tattoo the sons and daughters of some of my first clients. It’s very humbling to get that kind of love from people, and I appreciate all of it so much.’ Alright, so then what don’t you like about tattooing down here? “The small community, haha! It’s really a double-edged sword, man. The downside is that there just isn’t a very big client pool compared to big cities. That kind of forces you to have to be good at everything



Answers to last issue’s puzzles

Fun Facts

In honor of Independence Day

4. The first Independence Day celebration took place in Philadelphia on July 8, 1776. This was also the day that the Declaration of Independence was first read in public after people were summoned by the ringing of the Liberty Bell.

1. The tune of the National Anthem was originally used by an English drinking song called “to Anacreon in Heaven.” The words have nothing to do with consumption of alcohol but the “melody that Francis Key had in mind when he wrote those words did originate 5. It isn’t the 4th of July without decades earlier as the melody for a a grand fireworks show. Accounts from the Pennsylvania Evening song praise of wine.” Post in 1777 indicate that the city 2. Traditions place the origins of celebrated with gun salutes and “Yankee Doodle” as a pre-Rev- fireworks. Philadelphians enjoyed olutionary War song originally bonfires and other events to comsung by British military officers memorate our nation’s first official to mock the disheveled, disor- birthday. Cannon salutes were also ganized colonial “Yankees” with popular, and the first Indepenwhom they served in the French dence Day celebration included and Indian War. It is believed that the firing of 13 cannons, reflective the tune comes from the nursery of our first 13 states. rhyme Lucy Locket. One version of the Yankee Doodle lyrics 6. Barbecue is also big on Indeis “generally attributed” to Doc- pendence Day. Approximately 150 tor Richard Shuckburgh, a British million hot dogs and 700 million Army surgeon. According to one pounds of chicken are consumed story, Shuckburgh wrote the song on this day. after seeing the appearance of Colonial troops under Colonel Thom- 7. The holiday does not celebrate as Fitch, V, the son of Connecticut the signing of the Declaration; Governor Thomas Fitch. it celebrates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence by 3.Congress made Independence the Second Continental Congress. Day an official unpaid holiday for federal employees in 1870. In 1938, 8. In a now-famous letter to his Congress changed Independence wife, Abigail, dated July 3, 1776, Day to a paid federal holiday. John Adams made a prediction that the “Second Day of July” | FRESNOFLYER.COM |

would be celebrated as American Independence Day, since the Congress had actually voted to sever ties with Great Britain the day before.

9. Other countries, including Denmark, England, Norway, Portugal and Sweden also celebrate the Fourth of July as a way to bring in American tourists. 10. The original draft of the Declaration of Independence was lost. 11. American flags have changed along with the country. Each time a new state had been admitted to the union, the layout of the stars changed. During the first few years of the nation’s existence, it didn’t have one official flag. Rather a number of similar looking red, white, and blue designs were used, including the circular star design attributed to Betsy Ross. The current 50-star flag was designed by an Ohio high school student and has been the official flag since July 4, 1960. | FEATURED | DINING | CALENDAR | MUSIC | CLASSIFIEDS |


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By I. smiley G. Calderón |

L Meet SLASH, this poor dude came in as a stray in dire straights. He had puncture marks throughout his body, a lip hanging by the thread, teeth that were filed down, and a very skinny body. With a little medicine, tons of food and TLC, Slash has become quite the pooch. He is sweet, loves to cuddle humans, and loves the ladies. He is crate trained, learning manners, and is cuddle-ready. He is large dog-friendly for respectful pooches and respectful kid friendly. He is looking for humans to love him and show him what the good life is. Fresno Humane: 559-600-7387

DORI is a young adult Female Husky approximately 2 years and weighs 36.5 lbs. Dori gets along great with dogs big and small. She is submissive so we are looking for a friendly dog sibling for her. She also does great with kitties and passed her kitty assessment. She would love to just keep swimming into the arms of her new family but she needs to get fixed first! She can be adopted today! Fresno Humane: 559-600-7387


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ast month’s anonymous violent threat made in a Facebook comment against LGBTQ nightclub, FAB Fresno in the Tower District, was very unsettling. Aside from the threat itself, the commenter also directly referenced the massacre that terrorized Pulse Nightclub – an LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando, FL - where 49 people were slaughtered by a lone shooter almost exactly 3 years ago in the summer of 2016. “Change the name of this club to pulse (sic) nightclub since you will share the same fate,” was the post made by a profile named “MAGA Shooter.” Quickly following was another post by the same account but this time it was a memorial photo of Pulse’s massacre – in case the threat needed to be made any clearer for anyone who missed the reference. Pretty scary stuff in today’s climate of mass shootings and endemic culture of gun violence. But in a news conference about the threats, Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer reassured the public that “… we take those threats very, very seriously…” and he further explained how his team of detectives worked relentlessly to find the person behind the “MAGA Shooter” profile. And it wasn’t an easy feat either since, like most cowards with guns, this “MAGA Shooter” quickly deleted the comments and profile, and then tried to disappear. But the Internet doesn’t work like that, and neither does the FBI. Chances are if you threaten an act of mass terror and violence, they will track you down and find you. And that’s precisely what happened. I’m sure there’s no surprise here that this “MAGA Shooter” was male, we rarely hear of threats and acts of violence perpetrated

by women, but what was his reason for this threat? Also, unsurprisingly, it was something idiotic. The perpetrator, a 28-year-old Latino from Selma, made the threat because he was mad about the video posted by FAB Fresno showing his girlfriend’s mother – a middle-aged white woman who has been dubbed “Nightclub Nancy” by the club – acting unruly while drunkenly shouting slurs at patrons and the club’s owner after being kicked out for inappropriate behavior. So, naturally, he threatened a massacre. There’s no reason ever to make such a threat, but to flippantly make one based on bruised pride is a scary look at the depths in which some feel a sense of entitlement. It was a “How dare they” response to the bigoted and foolish actions by a grown woman that should have been reprimanded, certainly not defended. Where is the sense of responsibility? Scarier still is that the threat wasn’t empty – when the FBI and FPD arrested this “MAGA Shooter,” they discovered a thousand rounds of ammunition and several firearms at his residence, which means he was absolutely prepared to execute his threat. Of course, now, he’s denying that he ever intended to carry it out. Chief Dyer wasn’t buying. At the news conference, he said, “the message today is, we don’t have a crystal ball in law enforcement to determine whether or not threats are going to be carried out … but I can tell you, we have prevented what could have been a mass shooting in our city if, in fact, that was the intent … thankfully, nothing did occur.” The Chief is right. And the other message of the day is that even if your last



name means “lettuce” in Spanish, your violent threats will be taken seriously. That’s right, the “MAGA Shooter” was finally identified as Mr. Jose Isabel Lechuga – or Mr. Lettuce. It’s an unassuming, non-threatening sounding name, and I’m sure he may even have some cabbage or cucumber cousins that are equally unassuming on the surface – but rest assured the FPD has no problem arresting any Mr. Lettuce/Potato-head type if it means making Fresno a safer place. All jokes aside, Mr. Lechuga’s vile threat was a litmus test for society, and FPD’s response was perfect. Still, the question lingers in the background: why did Lettuce-Head reference Pulse Nightclub? Did he feel that his threat against FAB Fresno was partially justified or somewhat socially acceptable simply because its patrons are Queer? It sure seems that way. What I am trying to understand is why some people in our society are fine with threats of violence - or even acts of violence - against LGBTQ people. The answer, I suspect, runs deeper than the surface and is rooted in a disturbing notion that LGBTQ people are a subset of societal undesirables. As the saying goes, a bad apple can spoil the bunch. And, in this scary FAB Fresno ordeal, the same is true for vegetables, it seems. Yet, merely blaming, punishing or even removing a bad vegetable from the mix won’t fix the problem - because it is our very culture and social environment that have provided the perfect conditions that have ultimately engendered and fomented these bad characters in the first place. Tune in to next month’s Fresno Flyer issue to read my take on the problem...

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1/4-inch pieces 1 large red onion, cut into 1 1/4- inch wedges bamboo skewers, soaked in water 30 minutes olive oil 2 medium cucumbers, peeled 1 clove garlic, minced 1 1/2 cups whole milk Greek yogurt 1/2 lemon juice 2 teaspoons chopped fresh dill weed 1/2 teaspoon sea salt freshly ground black pepper chopped fresh parsley

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Heat grill to 375 F. Alternately thread fresh pork cubes, zucchini, peppers and onions onto bamboo skewers. Brush kebabs lightly with olive oil.

Grill fresh pork skewers approximately 10 minutes, turning occasionally, until char marks form and pork is cooked through. Garnish skewers with parsley and serve with tzatziki sauce for dipping. | FRESNOFLYER.COM |

RIVER is a 1 year old Husky and Cattle Dog mix, best guess available for adoption at Fresno Humane. She weighs approximately 45 to 50 lbs and is a great medium size! River is happygo-lucky, sweet and mischievous. She needs a human that will be her constant companion as she can climb over a fence. Don’t fret! She just needs to be supervised during potty breaks or walks around the neighborhood. She also needs to be with dogs her size or bigger. No cats for this beauty, she enjoys a chase! We are looking for a responsible owner who understands her limitations and will give her the best life! River enjoys walking, hiking, playing fetch and LOVES treats! She is smart and would be a great student, so take her to dog-training classes. Fresno Humane: 559-600-7387

Grilled Pork and Potato Planks Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 22 minutes Serves: 4 Nonstick cooking spray 2 Smithfield Roasted Garlic and Cracked Black Pepper Pork Tenderloins 2 pounds Yukon Gold or red potatoes, cut lengthwise into 3/4-inch-thick slices 2 tablespoons canola oil 3/4 cup shredded reduced-fat or regular sharp cheddar cheese 1/2 cup sour cream 1/4 cup finely chopped green onions Heat charcoal or gas grill to medium; spray grates with nonstick cooking spray. Grill tenderloins until internal temperature reaches 150 F, turning occasionally, about 20 minutes. Brush both sides of potato slices with oil; grill 15-20 minutes until just tender, turning occasionally. Remove potatoes and pork from grill. Top potatoes with cheese, sour cream and onions. Serve with tenderloins cut into 1/4inch thick slices.


Meet JAGGER, this sweet Husky boy wants to badly to be friends with everyone but is a little nervous of humans. He has warmed up to us and loves affection. His favorite thing is playgroup, he loves other dogs. He could be the best friend for your best friend. He would be so happy in a home with a playful dog. Jagger weighs about 65 lbs and is about 2 years old. Jagger is our longest resident at Fresno Humane. He is a dog’s dog and it could be weeks before he bonds with a human. He walks great on a leash and plays great with dogs of all sizes. He even introduces himself nicely to cats! For his safety, you should leave a harness and leash on Jagger at all times while he is adjusting to his new home. This helps to easily catch the shy boy if needed. Keep lots of pieces of hotdogs at the ready to help him learn to trust you. The quickest way to a dog’s heart is through his stomach. Adopt a dog for your dog! Adopt Jagger, the project dog. Fresno Humane: 559-600-7387 or at 760 W. Nielsen Ave. Fresno, 93706 or to view more Adorable 
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CALENDAR Same show, same cast, new digs. Join us a the California Academy of Arts and see the story of two sets of identical twins that were accidentally separated at birth. Antipholus of Syracuse and his servant, Dromio of Trish Toledo with Live band Friday, Silk Scarf Painting Monday, July Syracuse, arrive in Ephesus, which Arte Américas Yard Sale SaturJuly 5, 2019 at 9 PM – 1 AM Fulton 15, 2019 at 10 AM – 12:30 PM Al- turns out to be the home of their day, July 6, 2019 at 8 AM – 1 PM lards Art 5350 N Blackstone Ave. twin brothers, Antipholus of Ephesus 55 875 Divisadero St, Fresno. Arte Américas 1630 Van Ness Ave, Accessorize your fall wardrobe with and his servant, Dromio of Ephesus. Fresno. We will be selling paintings, Los Portales y Rainbow Ballroom a bright and colorful silk scarf that When the Syracusans encounter the posters, Mexican Folkloric Art and Handcrafts along with much more! Summer Movie Night! Monday, July presenta: Grupo Kual Friday July 5th you painted yourself! You will learn friends and families of their twins, Come support us and contribute to 8, 2019 at 8 PM – 10 PM Neighbor- at 7 PM – 1:30 AM Rainbow Ball- all about painting on silk using Jac- a series of wild mishaps based on hood Thrift 353 E Olive Ave, Fresno. room 1725 Broadway St, Fresno. quard Products Dye-Na-Flow paints mistaken identities causes chaos the center with your purchases! and creating designs with water and comedy. Starting July 8th we will be extending Tickets based resist. Come with your own Sidewalk Astronomy at RiverPark our summer hours to 8pm. Come ideas or use some of our inspira- StageWorks Fresno presents: FUNK N SOUL TOUR Saturday, kick off our new hours with a special Saturday, July 6, 2019 at 7 PM – 10 PM The Central Valley Astronomers outdoor Summer Movie Night! This is July 6, 2019 at 7 PM Rainbow Ball- tion. You’ll be the best dressed one Mamma Mia! Friday, July 12, 2019 will be presenting Sidewalk Astrono- a free event so bring a lawn chair and room 1725 Broadway St, Fresno. in town! Great for all ages! No expe- at 7:30 PM – 10 PM SAT 13 2:00 PM my to the public. Come to the Plaza enjoy a summer classic with us! We rience required! Special coupons for - 4:30 PM 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM SUN attendees! $49 class fee. All sup- 14 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM Paul Shagat RiverPark to view and take a pic- will be providing free popcorn and plies included. Included Supply Kit: hoian Concert Hall 2770 E Internature of the Moon, observe the plan- water. Silk Scarf, Jacquard Products Wa- tional Ave, Fresno. A ets, and learn more about the night ter-Based Resist, Squeeze Bottle mother. A daughter. Three possible sky from our astronomy members. $2.00 Summer Fridays Friday, July Provided by Allard’s: PVC Stretching dads. 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n the road for their three month long ‘Lucky 7’ tour, Hinder has Fresno in their sights with plans to take over Strummer’s stage on July 23. The post-grunge, hard rock band recently released a single entitled “Halo,” their first new music since the 2017 full length release The Reign. The band plans to release their seventh studio LP later this year that will be the first they do completely on their own terms. Drummer, Cody Hanson explains: “We’re excited about releasing the next album, but in a different way than usual. We’ve never had the opportunity before to completely control every aspect of the creative process until now. We’ve worked really hard to get to this point and we can’t wait to share the outcome with our fans!” Cody also took some time out of the band’s busy schedule to answer a few quick questions from the Flyer.

CH: It is liberating. While it’s nice to have a team that handles the little details, it’s also nice to have complete creative control.

and accompanying graphics - is it? Or is that something for the fans to figure out for themselves?

Hinder has stood the test of time (debuting almost fifteen years ago), what would you say is the backbone of that kind of success?

CH: I think everyone has that “holier than though” person in their life. There are a lot of hypocrites out there. Hopefully the message will get through to some people and help them to reflect upon themselves.

You’ve been on the road a few weeks now, how are you all holding up?

CH: Personally, I think it would have been amazing to see Buddy Holly play a show.

CH: We’ve done 27 shows in 30 days so this one has been a little grueling, but we’re on a two week break before we head back out so we’re good!

Any post-show rituals?

A recent article in The Washington Times stated that the band is currently not bound by a record label - it sounds liberating, is it?

CH: I think our experience is definitely an asset. Everyone in the band has a role to play and they handle it without an ego. That’s pretty rare in a band. Any pre-show rituals before hitting the stage? CH: We always try to clear the bus an hour before the show to make some drinks, crank some music and warm up to get in the right headspace. If each of you could play a show with any band, past, present, living or dead, who would you want to jam with?

CH: We usually just take some time to towel off, have a drink or two and discuss the show to see if there is anything we can improve. Then the party begins! The new single “Halo” seems to suggest at some social commentary with its lyrics



What drives you in the studio to write and keep writing? CH: The fans. There aren’t too many things that feel better than when a fan comes up and tells you how your song has positively impacted their life. It’s been 2 years since the last album - how much longer do fans need to keep waiting? Any hints you can give about a new album? CH: That’s the great thing about doing this independently. We will release the album once we feel it’s worthy of our fans. Until then, we can release new music on a song by song basis. Hinder comes to Strummer’s in Fresno on July 23 - tickets are available online at or at Strummer’s during normal business hours: 833 E Fern Ave, Fresno, 93728 or (559) 485-5356 “Halo” is live on Spotify and YouTube, along with the band’s entire discography.

MORE RUMMIKUB 7/17 1-3pm Palm Village Senior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Suite 111. (559)916-3078 Mutts in Motion: Family Happy Hour 93.7 Kiss Country Presents Summer Friday, July 12, 2019 at 6 PM – 9 PM Concert #3 - Rodney Adkins ThursMoravia Wines 3620 N Bishop Ave, day, July 11, 2019 at 6:45 PM – 10 Fresno. Let’s play ball - flyball that is! PM Rotary AmMutts in Motion will be at our win- Ceramic Creations Everyone is an phitheater at Woodward Park in Fresery for some energetic and exciting Artist! Pick a ceramic project, paint no. Scheduled to perform: Rodney flyball. Flyball is a dog sport where it, we fire it i our kiln and you take Atkins, Matt Stell, Logan Mize and teams of dogs race against each oth- it home. $45.00 5 years+ John W. Jason Cade. This is a general admiser from a start/finish line, over a line Wells Youth Center (Craft Room) - sion show Gates open at 5:00pm. of hurdles, to a box that releases a 701 E. 5th Street, Madera, Ca. Mon- Show begins at 6:45pm. No outside tennis ball to be caught when the dog day, July 15th - Thursday, July 18th food or beverage allowed. presses the spring-loaded pad, then Youth under 6 must be accompanied back to their handlers while carrying by an adult. Adult participants must Justin Moore Saturday, July 13, the ball. Join us on July 12 for an eve- be accompanied by a youth partici- 2019 at 7 PM CHUKCHANSI GOLD ning of fun, food and flyball with the pant. For more information, please RESORT & CASINO 711 Lucky Ln, Mutts in Motion Flyball dog teams! contact the Fee-Based Program Co- Coarsegold. COVER CHARGE: $5 per adult; Anyone ordinator Olga Saucedo-Garcia at *Must be 21 or older to attend. No under 21 and CREW members are free 559-661-5426 Refunds or Exchanges. All shows are rain or shine. Please arrive early to Peach Party - Friday Night Farmers Fashion School for Young Adults ensure easy entrance to the venMarket Friday, July 12, 2019 at 5:30 ages 9-13 Monday, July 15, 2019 at ue. PM – 9 PM Old Town Clovis 456 Clo- 10 AM – 2 PM Authorized Vac and vis Ave, Ste 2, Clovis. There will be Sew 5233 N Blackstone Ave, Fresno. Super Jaripeo Y Baile Con El Coyote free samples and cooking demon- Join Fashion School and you’ll be the Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 5 PM – strations by the Institute of Technol- best dressed at your next slumber 10 PM The Big Fresno Fair 1121 S ogy Culinary Academy. Vendors will party! Students will create pajama Chance Ave, Fresno. vmgconcerts. create peach dishes for the evening bottoms, a pillow case and a draw- com like peach ice cream, peach salsa, string bag. Students will be provided peaches & creme pizza, peach tama- with EVERYTHING they need to cre- Ward Davis Wednesday, July 17, les! ate projects, including a machine. No 2019 at 8 PM – 12 AM Fulton 55 previous sewing experience is need- 875 Divisadero St, Fresno. COOL BLUES at Heroes Comics ed. Students will learn how to use a Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 11 AM sewing machine and read a pattern Clay Walker live at the Fair Wednes– 1 PM Heroes Comics 110 E Shaw while constructing their garment. day, July 17, 2019 at 8:30 PM – 10 Ave, Fresno. Fun day at Heroes Com- FOR AGES 9-13 JULY 15-19 PM Stanislaus County Fair ics with discounts on Comics, Food 10AM - 2 PM FASHION SCHOOL Truck and Live music from COOL $299 FEE INCLUDES: 5 DAYS OF EXBLUES! Hope to see you there. PERT INSTRUCTION, ALL SUPPLIES AND FABRIC NEEDED FOR PROJCalwa Community Yard Sale Sat- ECTS AND SEWING MACHINE PRO- Vegas Nights EDM Party Saturday, urday, July 13, 2019 at 7 AM – 1 PM VIDED. July 13, 2019 at 9 PM – 1 AMOutlaw Tavern 325 Clovis Ave, Clovis. Friends of Calwa, Inc. 3980 E. Jen- sen, Fresno. Skateboard Camp Session 2 at Bringing Vegas to Outlaw monthly. Lions Skate Park (4650 N. Marks, With Dj Truelove hunting down some Summer Affordable Family Fun! 93722) July 8th thru July 12, 2019 of the best EDM sounds..Come out Tuesday, July 16, 2019 at 6 PM – 9 (Ages 7 and Up. 3 Ways To Register: check it out. Large dance floor. Large PM United Skates Clovis 2881 Peach 1. Online at www.parcsonline.fresno. outside patio. Over 50 whiskeys in Ave., Clovis Admission is ONLY $2.00 gov under the “Camps” tab 2. Over stock.. Full bar. Skate Rental $4.00 the phone at 621-PLAY (7529) 3. Walk in registration at Ted C. Wills KCL & Club Legends : Papito All Community Center - 770 N. San Pab- Stars Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 9 lo. Any questions, call 559-621-PLAY PM – 2 AM Club Legends 3075 N Ma(7529) - Office Hours: Monday thru roa Ave, Fresno. 3/13 cards 7/11 1-3pm Palm Village Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Senior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Suite 111. (559)916-3078




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means this show will be on view during Merced PRIDE, which will take place downtown this year the weekend of July 5-7th. And be sure to save the date for the reception celebration, including performance art on July 20th, 2019, coinciding with the ART HOP, Merced’s downtown art walk. Any trans, non-binary or otherwise gender non-conforming artists are encouraged to reach out to eli@ with a link to your art for consideration.

Theater Workshop: Post-Production – Final Cut Pro Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 6 PM – 9 PM Learn the basics of Final Cut Pro. A powerful video editor for quick editing and great results. Covers the basics of importing, editing, effecting, and exporting. Certification is required for reserving CMAC edit stations. Workshop requires basic computer skills. CMAC membership must be paid prior to training. Contact for membership and enrollment: (559) 266-2622 or Be More Chill Friday, July 19, 2019 at 7 PM – 9:30 PM Selma Arts Center 1935 High St, Selma. Selma Arts Center presents the Valley premiere production of the musical sensation now playing on Broadway! Jeremy Heere is just an average teenager. That is, until he finds out about “The Squip” – a tiny supercomputer that promises to bring him everything he desires most: a date with Christine, an invite to the raddest party of the year and a chance to survive life in his suburban New Jersey high school. But is being the most popular guy in school worth the risk? PERFORMANCES Friday, July 19th - 7pm Saturday, July 20th - 2pm BOGO Saturday, July 20th - 7pm Sunday, July

21st - 2pm Thursday, July 25th - 7pm (Discount Night/Talkback Friday, July 26th - 7pm (Post-show Cabaret) Saturday, July 27th - 2pm BOGO* Saturday, July 27th - 7pm must purchase a minimum of two tickets Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990) at Historic Crest Theatre Friday, July 19, 2019 at 8 PM – 9:45 PM Historic Crest Theatre Fresno 1170 Broadway Plaza, Fresno. Independence Day (1996) Saturday, July 20, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM Visalia Fox Theatre 308 W Main St, Visalia The Rocket Man Show - Elton John Musical Tribute Sunday, July 21, 2019 at 7 PM – 9:30 PM Visalia Fox Theatre 308 W Main St, Visalia. The Rocket Man Show is the #1 Elton John musical tribute. Hand Picked by Elton John, Rus Anderson was the official body double for his ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ world tour videos & photos. The Show matches Elton’s insane energy night after night. Recreating an early concert with gorgeous, colorful & flamboyant costumes actually worn by Elton - including boots, glasses & jumpsuits from 1973, as well as his sparkly tuxedo from 1984! With all the classic young Elton antics, audiences are in for a night of nostalgia, singing, laughing & participation. Sunday Dances at the American Legion Post 509 on at 2pm - 5pm 3509 N First St Fresno, north of Shields Ave. Country and mixed music. $8 at the door. Every 3rd, 4th, & 5th Sunday of the month. For more information call 559-224-0522


Adult Coloring & Potluck 7/12 12-2pm Palm Village Senior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Suite 111. (559)916-3078


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Fresno FC vs. New Mexico United Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM Chukchansi Park Fresno. Identity: A Transgender and Non-Binary Group Show Saturday, July 20, Bridge 7/15 1-3pm Palm Village Se2019 at 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM Merced nior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Suite Fresno SCCA Autocross Event 9 Multicultural Arts Center - the MAC 111. (559)916-3078 Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 7:30 AM 645 W Main St, Merced. Please join – 3 PM The Big Fresno Fair 1121 S us for IDENTITY, a group show featurBINGO 7/16 2-3pm Palm Village Chance Ave, Fresno. Online registra- ing transgender and non-binary idenSenior Network 7638 N. Ingram, tion is open now! tified artists, exploring and expandSuite 111. (559)916-3078 ing society’s definitions of beauty FresnoSCCA-2019-Event9 and value. On view at the Merced Multicultural Arts Center from June 11th through July 27th, 2019. This





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Children’s Musical Theaterworks Presents

JULY 12-21

Disney’s Freaky Friday

Book by

Bridget Tom Kitt Carpenter

Directed by Vanessa Gonzales Co-Directed by CJ Dion Children's Musical Theaterworks is proud to present Disney’s Freaky Friday, July 12 - 21 at the Fresno Memorial Auditorium in beautiful Downtown Fresno! When an uber-organized mother and her spontaneous teenage daughter magically swap bodies, they have just one day to put things right. Masquerading as each other, they must work together to solve the mystery of how to break the spell. By spending a day in each other's shoes, Katherine and Ellie come to appreciate one another in a way they never could have imagined. In the end, both learn the true power of love and the strength of the bond between a mother and daughter in this heartfelt and hilarious adaptation. Based on the beloved 1972 novel by Mary Rodgers and the hit Disney films, Freaky Friday features a book by Bridget Carpenter - the co-executive producer and writer on the beloved TV hits, "Friday Night Lights" and "Parenthood" - and music and lyrics by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey - the Pulitzer Prize- winning composers of Next to Normal. Featuring a cast of teens ages 13-20, this show is sure to be a treat for the entire family! S how dates are July 12-21 at the historic downtown Fresno Memorial Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at www. or by calling 866-973-9610.

Music by

Lyrics by

Brian Yorkey

Based on the novel Freaky Friday by MARY RODGERS and the Disney films

JULY 12, 13, 19, 20 • 7:30PM CURTAIN JULY 13, 14, 20, 21 • 2:00PM CURTAIN FREAKY FRIDAY is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. 423 West 55th Street, New York NY 10019. Tel: (212) 541-4684 Fax: (212) 397-4684

AUG 2-11 Alan Menken Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Glenn Slater Music by

Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story and the Disney film Music Adapted and Arranged by

David Weinstein AUGUST 2, 3, 9, 10 • 7:30PM CURTAIN AUGUST 3, 4, 10, 11 • 2:00PM CURTAIN

THE LITTLE MERMAID JR. is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. 423 West 55th Street, New York NY 10019. Tel: (212) 541-4684 Fax: (212) 397-4684

Fresno Memorial Auditorium Theater 2425 Fresno Street, Fresno CA across from the historic Fresno Water Tower BOX OFFICE OPENS ONE HOUR PRIOR TO PERFORMANCE

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MORE Family Water Night: Family Happy Hour Friday, July 19, 2019 at 6 PM – 9 PM Moravia Wines 3620 N Bishop Ave, Fresno. Splish Splash! Join us on Friday, July 19 for Water Night at Moravia. We’ll have all sorts of water fun and water activities including water slides and a Moravia staff dunk tank. Kids can wear their bathing suits to cool off and enjoy the evening. Plus we’ll have sangria and wine specials for the adults looking to cool off for the weekend. THIS WEEK’S ENTERTAINMENT/ACTIVITY: Water activities, water slides, Moravia Staff Dunk Tank COVER CHARGE: $5 per adult; Anyone under 21 and CREW members are free Ensure your party or family has a table to sit together as you enjoy the Friday fun at Moravia. Reserve a table for 10 people for $75 (price includes table, admission fees and 2 bottles of wine): www.eventbrite. com/o/moravia-wines-8211474758 29th Annual Fresno Home Remodeling & Decorating Show! Friday, July 19, 2019 at 10 AM – 5 PM Fresno Home Shows 1121 S Chance Ave, Fresno. The Fresno Home Remodeling & Decorating Show presents Clint Robertson & Luke Caldwell from HGTV’s hit Show Boise Boys! Their remodeling seminars will be on Saturday & Sunday. Their seminars will educate and inspire homeowners to repair, remodel and re-imagine their home!


BUNCO 7/18 1-4pm Palm Village Senior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Suite 111. (559)916-3078 Bridge 7/22 1-3pm Palm Village Senior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Suite 111. (559)916-3078 Mexican Train 7/23 1-3pm Palm Village Senior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Suite 111. (559)916-3078 CANASTA 7/24 2-4pm Palm Village Senior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Suite 111. (559)916-3078 Senior Scam Stoppers Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 9 AM – 10:30 AM Fresno County Woodward Park Regional Library 944 E Perrin Ave, Fresno. Join law enforcement and scam prevention experts to hear about new scams you should be on the look out for! All are welcome. RSVP: http:// Calling All Promotors We can help get you out there. 559-4727182

24-28 (Week 1) July 15-18 (Week 2) July 22-26 (Week 3) July 29-August 2 (Week 4)* -August 5-9 (Week 5)* Kids Camp - Fear Factor Monday, You choose how much to pay! July 22, 2019 at 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM $10, $20, $30, $40, or $50 City of Madera Parks and Commu- per camper/week 9:00 am to nity Services 701 E 5th St, Madera. 3:00 pm Monday through Friday At Kids Camp, children will experi- *Registration for early (7:15 am) ence outdoor adventurous fun in drop off available weeks 4 and 5 the summer sun! This session is ti- tle “Fear Factor” where children will participate in a variety of kid-friednly speciality themesd activities and be entertained by guest speakers! North American Pole Vault ChamTo register, visit the John W. Wells pionship Friday, July 19, 2019 at Youth Center (701 E. 5th Street, 5:30 PM – 9 PM Old Town Clovis 93638) during business hours. 456 Clovis Ave, Ste 2, Clovis. Soar Registration Deadline: July 19, on over to the North American Pole 2019 K-6th Grade @ $65.00/ea Vault Championships at the Friday Children who are in grades 7th - 10th Night Farmers Market on July 19 in has the option to register as a Jr. Coun- Old Town Clovis. Pole vaulters from selor @ $55.00/week. Jr. Counselor around the United States will comserves as an assistant to camp staff. pete in the North American Pole For more information, please call Vault Championships—held right on Olga Saucedo-Garcia at 559-661- the streets of Old Town Clovis near 5426. the corner of Fourth and Pollasky. Six teams of pole vaulters will comTiny Tykes Adventure Camp Mon- pete for the highest jump. The teams day, July 22, 2019 at 9 AM – 12 competing will be Team Phoenix, AZ; PM Woodward Park 7775 N Friant Team Clovis, CA; Team Hanford, CA; Rd, Fresno. Tiny Tykes Adventure Team Los Angeles, CA; Team Reno, Camp will introduce your young- NV; Team Southern California Beach er camper to our Adventure Camp Cities; and Team Rising Stars. First, Series. Themed Days Include: Toy second, and third place prizes will be Story Day, Dino Day, Carnival Day, awarded in the Men’s and Women’s Summer Fun Day, and Down on Divisions. the Farm Day Camp activities will include sports, games, crafts, sci- Taquiza y Toros! Jul 23 at 6 PM – ence, and lots more! Where: Wood- Jul 28 at 6 PM Visalia Rawhide 300 ward Park Group Activity Area (7775 N Giddings St, Visalia. During this Friant Rd, Fresno, CA 93720) July festive ‘Taquiza y Toros’ series, fans 22 thru July 26, 2019 9 a.m. to 12 will enjoy plentiful local Latin food p.m. Activities will still be available options, mariachi musica, Spanish from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. 4 to 6 $70 - dancing horses, folklorico dancers Camp Shirt Additional $10 Ques- & more! Follow this event to learn tions? Call 559-621-PLAY (7529) more information as it’s released! 3 Ways to Register: 1) Online 24/7 at www.parcsonline.fres- Xi Roller Disco Tuesday, July 23, - under the Camps tab 2) 2019 at 6 PM – 9 PM United Skates Over the phone at 559-621-PLAY Clovis Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 6 (7529) 3) In Person at the Ted C. PM – 9 PM e Wills Community Center 770 N. are hosting a Xi Roller Disco at UnitSan Pablo Ave, Fresno, CA 93728 ed Skates Clovis from 6PM - 9PM. Office Hours Monday thru Friday 9 Spouses and Children are welcome a.m. to 3 p.m. to attend as we will be giving away prizes for the Best Dressed Sister, River Camp Firebaugh Week 3 Jul Best Dressed Family and Best Skat22 at 9 AM – Jul 26 at 3 PM San er! There is a $2 Entrance Fee as Joaquin River Parkway and Con- well as a $4 Skate Rental Fee. (Cosservation Trust www.riverparkway. tumes are not required) org *REGISTER ONLINE at: https:// river-camp/river-camp-firebaugh *Camp takes place at Andrew Firebaugh Community Park Calling all Sierra Nights Live at Sierra Vista kids! Are you ready for the best week Mall July 18th: Big Elk Rock Band ever down by the San Joaquin River? 6-9pm Sierra Vista Mall 1050 Shaw We’ll search for wildlife, play games, Ave, Clovis. sing, swim, canoe, and so much more! At River Camp Firebaugh, there is Patrick Contreras: Violin on Fire so much to learn and explore. River Friday, July 19, 2019 at 7 PM – 10 Camp Firebaugh provides campers a PM The Brandon-Mitchell Gallery 117 fun and safe environment to be ac- South Locust Street, Visalia About tive, imaginative, and reconnect with Patrick Contreras - Violin On Fire: the natural world. 2019 Dates: June







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MORE nonfire/ Born and raised in Fresno, California Patrick Contreras has branded his style of playing with influences from Jimi Hendrix & Santana to become one of violin’s rising stars with a completely unique sound. Patrick thrills audiences wherever he goes with his original music and explosive interpretations. Squid Ink, Pity Party. & Fatty Cakes and The Puff Pastries Saturday, July 20, 2019 at 8 AM – 11:30 AM Full Circle Olympic - Tower District 1426 N Van Ness Ave., Fresno. $7 Entry All Ages Fabulous Thunderbirds Saturday, July 20, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM California Mid-State Fair 98° Degrees live at the Stanislaus County Fair Saturday, July 20, 2019 at 8:30 PM – 10 PM Chicago Wednesday, July 24, 2019 at 8 PM Vina Robles Amphitheatre 3800 Mill Rd, Paso Robles Zac Brown Band | California MidState Fair Wednesday, July 24, 2019 at 7:30 PM – 10 PM California MidState Fair

21 and Over Summer Speed Dating Friday, July 19, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 9 PM San Joaquin Winery 21821 Avenue 16, Madera. Are you one of the many singles who is ready to mingle? Or do you know someone who might be? Come join us for a very exciting and different Central Valley event this summer! Each age bracket will be held on the same night but in two separate rooms. Only 15 spots per gender and per age bracket are available, 60 spots total. $20 per person includes 1 drink ticket towards beer or a glass of wine. 80’s Night - Max Headroom & Flock of Seagirls Saturday, July 20, 2019 at 5 PM – 11 PM ApCal 32749 Avenue 7, Madera. $17 in advance --- $20 at the gate Pre-sale gate opens at 5pm Music - Dancing - Wine - Beer - Food - Dancing 21 yrs & Older Only (must show valid photo ID) Bring a Lawn Chair NO Outside Alcohol, Soda or Water Cellar Door Salsa Nights Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 7 PM – 12 AM Cellar Door 101 W Main St, Visalia. Come dance the night away each and every Tuesday night! Tell your friends! • Pasa la voz! Calling All Promotors We can help get you out there. 559-4727182

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Salsa, bachata, cumbia, chacha Learn to dance the most popular music from around the world with professional instructors! Open dance floor with DJ after class! No partner necessary. Doors: 7:00pm One-Hour Dance Lesson: 8:30pm-9:30pm DJ and Dancing: 9:30pm-Close $10 (includes food or drink item) | 21 and over only.

July 25-31 Art Christmas in July Design Your Own Ornaments Thursday, July 25, 2019 at 1 PM – 3 PM CW Ceramics 4301 N Selland Ave, Ste 104, Fresno. $22 plus tax per attendee Make up to 10 ornaments. Reservations required Includes clay, use of tools & patterns, painting, glazing & firing This is a 2 session activity 2nd session to be scheduled with reservation Aug 7th, 8th, 9th or 10th with pickup after 12 noon Aug 14th

Theater StageWorks Fresno presents: La Cage aux Folles Friday, July 26, 2019 at 7:30 PM – 10 PM Dan Pessano Theater 2770 E International Ave, Fresno. The beloved gender-bending musical comedy and winner of six Tony Awards® including Best Musical bursts on to the StageWorks Fresno stage in this Fresno Premiere! The twenty year relationship between Georges, a club-owner, and Albin, the head drag performer, faces a test when their son announces his engagement to the daughter of ultra-conservative political parents. To please their son, Georges and Albin agree to hide their lifestyle and play it straight for a dinner with the potential in-laws. However, Albin‘s different definition of normal threatens to upend the entire supper with hilarious results. With an iconic score by Jerry Herman (Hello, Dolly!; Mame) featuring “I Am What I Am” and “The Best of Times” and hilarious book by Harvey Fierstein (Newsies, Kinky Boots), La Cage Aux Folles is a fabulously fun musical about family, identity and loving who you are.

Family Escape Reality with Garry & Janine Carson Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 7 PM Warnors Theatre 1400 Fulton Street, Fresno. As seen on 5 episodes of ‘Masters of Illusion’ and with over 8,000 performances at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas - Garry & Janine Carson have been awarded ‘International Entertainers of the Year 2019’ by the In-


ternational Magician’s Society and also awarded Family Entertainers of Las Vegas two years in a row by Las Vegas Review Journal. An Evening of Illusions for all ages to enjoy- Magic you will always remember, entertainment you will never forget! Coexist Festival Sunday, July 28, 2019 at 12 PM – 5 PM Meux Home Museum 1007 R Street, Fresno. Metaphysical vendors,Healing Arts practitioners, Tarot readers, Henna artist, Handmade Jewelry, Soaps, Candles, Incense,Color Street Nails, Art, Performing arts. Kid friendly, service pet friendly, free admission. Taco Tuesday Summer 5k Series: Disney Fun Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at 7 PM Woodward Park 7775 N Friant Rd, Fresno. The Taco Tuesday Summer Series is a chip-timed 5k run held every other Tuesday at Woodward park Mountain View Shelter designed for you to keep active, check your progress, and have fun!! Races will start at 7:00 pm Race Day Registration from 6-6:45pm $10 on-line | $15 at the race | $35 Season Pass | $55 Season Pass with tacos season pass good for all six races in the series.

Girl’s Warrior Camp Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 11 AM – 1 PM Playground Training Academy, LLC 1433 Menlo Ave, Clovis. Calling all ladies - join American Ninja Warrior finalisits, Zee Lovett and Gabe Hurtado, for this fun ninja warrior training event! Obstacle courses, grip training, and a chance to watch real ninja warriors in action. Space is limited - reserve your spot by emailing playgroundtrainingacademyllc@gmail. com

through August. The event will feature a beer garden, kids play area, and is FREE and open to the public. Big & Rich at Eagle Mountain Casino Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 8 PM – 11 PM Eagle Mountain Casino 681 S Reservation Rd, Porterville. www. Styx Monday, July 29, 2019 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM Table Mountain Casino 8184 Table Mountain Rd, Friant Country Rodeo Finals Saturday, Spinning Vinyl Night Tuesday, July July 27, 2019 at 7 PM – 9 PM Cali- 30, 2019 at 6 PM – 9 PM Tioga Sefornia Mid-State Fair Tickets quoia Brewing Company 745 Fulton The price St, Fresno. will increase to $25/ticket on the day of the event. Tickets can be purchased online at or by calling 1-800-909-FAIR. 3rd Annual Boots, Brews, and Bacon Festival Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 6 PM – 10 PM Visalia Convention Center 303 E Acequia Ave, VisaKen Burns Country Music Road lia. 75 craft Show Thursday, July 25, 2019 at 6 beers. Local restaurants will be samPM Saroyan Theatre 700 M St, Fres- pling their best bacon inspired tastes no. for you to savor. In addition to crafts, domestics, imports and specialty ciOld Dominion Special Guest: Joe ders, root beer provided by the A&W Diffie Thursday, July 25, 2019 at 7:30 Root Beer Float Mobile will be availPM – 10 PM California Mid-State Fair able for sampling. Wine provided by On sale now! $36/$46/$66/$81 Cacciatore Fine Wines will also be available for sampling for those at tendees who wish for even more vari3/13 cards 7/25 1-3pm Palm Village Simple Sinsation is coming the the ety than already available. Senior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Mariposa Music Series on July 27th, 2019 7 PM – 10 PM. The Fresno Sunday Dances at the American LeSuite 111. (559)916-3078 based band is a group of Roots-Rock- gion Post 509 on at 2pm - 5pm 3509 Bridge 7/29 1-3pm Palm Village Se- Reggae performers. The concert se- N First St Fresno, north of Shields nior Network 7638 N. Ingram, Suite ries, hosted by Downtown Fresno Ave. Country and mixed music. $8 at Partnership and New Rock 104.1 the door. Every 3rd, 4th, & 5th Sun111. (559)916-3078 will be at Mariposa Plaza on Fulton day of the month. For more informa St. and Mariposa St. on the 2nd and tion call 559-224-0522 4th Saturday of the month from June

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KDC Fall Registration Day! July 27th Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 12 PM – 3 PM Kings Dance Center 1716 N 11th Ave, Ste B, Hanford. Special discounts given that day ONLY on tuition and dancewear.

Sports Big Valley Muscle Classic Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 12 PM – 10 PM 1019 S Peach Ave, Fresno. the INBAInternational Natural Bodybuilding Association comes to Fresno, CA for the Big Valley Muscle Classic’s Natural Drug Free event. Open to kids, teens, and adults. The leading Natural Organization in the worldEstablished over 31 years, with 60 countries representing INBA and providing an even playing field for elite athletes, that are representing the drug-free industry. Tickets can be purchased by calling (951)801-2009 or at the venue the day of the event



ALICE & Starla, our 2 year old bonded sisters and would love to have a home together. Please call MCAS (559) 675-7891 or FMAS (559) 363-5106

SHEILA is a beautiful girl with a heart full of love. She loves playing with othe dogs and getting love from people. Please call MCAS (559) 675-7891 or FMAS (559) 363-5106

FREIDA was found and raised by her CCWF family. She has been spoiled with weekly “salon days” that include baths, blow dries, and having her teeth brushed. Please call MCAS (559) 6757891 or FMAS (559) 363-5106

Why microchip? SHELDON is a 4 mth old Terrier mix that is happy go lucky with lots of energy and would be a wonderful addition to an active family. Please call MCAS (559) 675-7891 or FMAS (559) 363-5106

VAL is the biggest lover with the most stunning eyes. He would love nothing more than to shower you with his love and affection. Please call MCAS (559) 675-7891 or FMAS (559) 363-5106


“My dog never leaves my house.” “My yard is secure.” “My dog always has an ID tag on.” “My dog is an inside dog.” We have heard all these things numerous times from pet owners who are coming in looking for their lost pet. Unfortunately, things happen: someone accidentally leaves the gate open, a house is broken into, a dog is spooked by fireworks- the list goes on. Sometimes pets are not found for months or even years, but a microchip can help reunite a pet with their owner or provide closure to what would have otherwise remained a horrible mystery. Roxy, a shepherd mix whose family had decided to microchip her before she went missing in 2017. Fast forward to April 24, 2019- Fresno Humane received a call to pick up a stray dog that had shown up in a yard in Fresno County. When the officer arrived to pick up the dog, the first thing he did was scan her for a microchip. A microchip popped up and the owners


were immediately contacted. We were all surprised to hear that Roxy had been missing for 2 years! Her family had given up on ever finding her and was so excited to come get her! Roxy was back home thanks to a microchip. Roxy is one of many pets that has been reunited with their families because of their microchip. Unfortunately, there are many more that never make it home because they do not have a microchip to help us reunite them. July is historically one of the worst months for pets getting out because of the fireworks that frighten them. As July approaches, we encourage you to make sure your pets are microchipped and that the microchip information is up-todate. If your pet is not microchipped, we can help you fix that! For only $20, Fresno Humane will microchip your pet any time we are open. Why microchip? Because it saves lives- and one of those lives may be your pet’s | FRESNO FLYER |

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DELL LATITUDE E7470 Laptop - $199 with charger. It is running Windows 10, has 8GB of RAM an Intel i5 and a 500GB HD. Clean unit has some very light wear and tear from use nothing major. It is missing the piece between the G H and B keys for scrolling. Come check this out and other electronics at The Fresno Hock Shoppe Mon-Fri from 10am to 530pm and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm or call us with any questions at 559264-5856 BEATS SOLO wireless Excellent conditions $180 cash you can test them out no problem practically new only used a few times cuz being in schoolI don’t have time so my loss is ur gain they still under 4 year warranty plz only serious comes with everything in picture Beats solo wireless color rose gold 40 hour battery You can contact me at 559-3207949 SUPPORT LOCAL

LED light up bluetooth speaker with EQ and mic input. Sounds great, this thing thumps. Come check it out and other electronics at The Fresno Hock Shoppe Mon-Fri 10am to 5:30pm and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm or call us with any questions at 559264-5856


IBANEZ GIO GSR105EX 5-String Bass In great shape, plays great as well. No issues with this bass. Comes as shown does include a soft case which is not pictured. 5 string. Come check it out and many other musical instruments and equipment The Fresno Hock Shoppe Mon-Fri from 10am to 530pm and Sat from 10am to 2pm or call us with any questions at 559-2645856

DEAN VCO CBK Acoustic / Electric V $259 Includes aftermarket soft case not pictured. Acoustic / Electric. Works great no issues with the electronics. Come check out this awesome guitar and plenty of others at The Fresno Hock BEATS BY Dre Shoppe Mon-Fri from B0501 Studio 2 Wire- 10am to 530pm and less Headphones - Saturdays from 10am clean in great working to 2pm or call us with condition. Comes with any questions at 559case and original char- 264-5856 YAMAHA MG06X ger. Come check out Mixing Console $109 these headphones and HARBINGER APS15 original box and powother electronics at The Powered Speaker (Sin- er adapter. In great Fresno Hock Shoppe gle) $109 Pre-owned working and cosmetic Mon-Fri from 10am to Harbinger in good shape. I will provide 530pm and Saturdays shape. Works great no more information on from 10am to 2pm or issues. Powered speak- this unit below for call us with any ques- er. Shows some normal those who are intertions at 559-264-5856 wear from use. Come ested. And if you are check it out and other interested come on 40 INCH Sony TV - PA speakers at 3235 down to at The Fresno $165 Works excellent E Belmont Ave Fres- Hock Shoppe Mon-Fri Text or call 559-241- no CA 93702 at The 10am to 5:30pm and 4495 Fresno Hock Shoppe Saturdays from 10am Mon-Fri from 10am to to 2pm or call us with AIWA 5 CD Disc 530pm and Sat from any questions at 559Changer Component 10am to 2pm or call us 264-5856 w/Remote $30 (559) with any questions at 461-3508 ARE YOU SELLING 559-264-5856. something? List it here ARE YOU SELLING for only $20/ issue. something? List it here Call 559-472-7182 Call 559-472-7182

ROPER ELECTRIC DRYER can deliver call or text 451-5730 MINI FRIDGE sale $70 The TV Shop GAS RANGE by $225 Clovis 50 W. Bullard Frigidaire #104, Clovis. Mon-Sat (559) 250-3033 10-6 Sunday 11-5 559TV’S!! 24” LED TV’s 299-6100 starting at $69!! 32” WHIRLPOOL Wash- LED TV’s starting at er .In excellent con- $85!! 40” LED TV’s dition. Works really starting at $139!! 50” great.$225 With War- LED TV’s starting at ranty. Delivery if need- $175!! The TV Shop ed. canyon capacity, Clovis 50 W. Bullard heavy duty,energy star. #104, Clovis. Mon-Sat 10-6 Sunday 11-5 559nice and clean. 299-6100 559-666-8065 KENMORE Gas Dry- GAS RANGE by er and Washer.In ex- Frigidaire $225 (559) cellent condition. Both 250-3033 Work really great.$300 With Warranty.Deliv- WINDOW AIR Conery if needed.super ca- ditioner by Frigidaire pacity plus,heavy duty. $325 (559) 250-3033 Nice and clean. 559666-8065


MINI FRIDGE $40 Nice Mini Fridge Nothing wrong with it Just don’t need it anymore 559-285-4114 FLOWTRON Bug Zapper 1.5 acre coverage Work Great, Xcond. $35.00 (559) 289-9321




CRAFTSMAN weed eater it’s 17” and 25cc. We are asking $100. If interested call (559)800-5118 (Kerman) CRAFTSMAN 21in SELF PROPELLED MOWER $125 (559) 246-5661

CHEAP COOPS ..light weight and earth friendly..made from untreat fence pickets use/new ...smaller coop /cages is $30 ..great for small birds/Quils / chickens/chicks .l arge ones are $50 to $60 .size 5x4x5 will need a pick up truck or I can drop them off for $10 gas fee within 20 miles in Fresno call 643-7156

WAGNER Flexio 3000 Paint Sprayer Pre-owned very lightly used. Comes as shown with original packaging. Maintained well. I will provide some more specs on this sprayer below for those who are interested. And if you are interested in this sprayer or other commercial tools and equipment come on down to The Fresno Hock Shoppe Mon-Fri from 10am to 530pm and Saturdays TOOLS from 10am to 2pm or C O N V E R T I B L E call us with any queshand trucks in good tions at 559-264-5856 condition. Red hand truck is the largest $55, CRAFTSMAN rolling yellow hand truck $40. tool box $100 (559) 930-8992 Call 559 259 9740.

LARGE RIVER Rocks For many uses: gardening, landscaping. Cement them to the ground for a clean look. Forklift on sight for easy loading. Rock are separate by size: large and medium sizes available. Whole pallets $100 each (559) NEVER used Wagner paint ready station for 709-6314 sale. I think they cost ARE YOU SELLING a little more than 100 something? List it here brand new. Asking 50. Call 559-472-7182 Please text 805 861 0111. SUPPORT LOCAL


6X10X2 Dump Trailer 7k GVW Black $3500 (951) 286-7619 HONDA HS 55, snow blower that needs repairs. Selling for $200. You pick up. Can provide pics. Text 559372-9491


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GAS RANGE by Frigidaire $225 (559) 250-3033

CENTRAL Pneumatic Air Compressor 21 gal. 2-1/2 HP 125 PSI Cast Iron Vertical Air CAR JACK $40 (559) Compressor. Accesso930-8992 ries: 25 foot hose, tire valve with pressure ONE BATTERY stick for reading tire operating framing pressure. New Comnailer, one battery op- pressor oil Condition: erating Brad nailer, Good working order $60.00 each or both for - all parts are working $100.00 If interesting and pressure is built please call Tim at 208- up quickly. Text: 559929-0274 285-5502


LAWN SERVICE. Cleanups, Fertilizer, New Saw, Lawn Spraying, Sprinkler Repair & Lawn Reseeding. Call for a Free Estimate! 559-6965149 or 559-275-7630

JW CLEAN-UP SERVICES. Estate Sale Cleanups. Yard, Trash, Construction cleanup, rubbish, trees & demo, rentals, lots, apartments & foreclosures. We do it all Just Call! HAULING (559)307-4304 ask for James JW CLEAN-UP SERVICES. Estate Sale SUPPORT LOCAL Cleanups. Yard, Trash, Construction cleanup, rubbish, trees & demo, rentals, lots, apartments & foreclosures. We do it all Just Call! (559)307-4304


2007 ZX-10R $5300 (559) 473-9302

2002 Banshee $3300 All stock. fresh top end less than 1 hour on it. New tires. Paddles on rims along with dirt tires. Not abused super clean. (559) 375-2838



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HUNTER 170 Sailboat $4995 (559) 2993422 SEADOO /waverunners $11000 (Dinuba) (559) 908-1154 1976 HUSTLER Jet Boat $9500 (831) 5787945 MARLIN Bayliner Ski Boat $8500 (Selma) 708-6996

SAND RAIL 4 seater for 8500$ or trade for a boat ... Vw engine built by cb performance with turbo 5 speed transmission runs great super fast comes with sand paddles 559-835-7777 text or call manny 2008 KAWASAKI vulcan classic 8,900 miles $5,000 or trade for registered tagged small truck or SUV with trailor hitch. Garaged 95% of life. (559) 903-8283




TRAVEL Trailer 2008 26ft long $11800 (559) 412-0629 2004 WILDWOOD 5th wheel 30ft, 3 slide outs, excellent condition.Asking $15,000 OBO (559) 673-7185 or (559) 975-9835


1999 30 foot trav- 2009 HYUNDAI Soel trailer forest river nata 177k miles cell $5000 (559) 355-3628 559-724-0261 05 SIERRA 25ft has 2 slide outs 1/2ton TRUCKS towable $13700 (559) 400-4640 1989 JEEP Wrangler lifted, gears, lock ers,winch,fuel injecCARS tion! $7000 (Visalia) (559) 300-7700 AFFORDABLE Auto Service in Fowler! 1996 SILVERADO Engine repairs, timing z71 4wd $6300 (Kerbelts, headgaskets and man) (559) 728-6262 more. Big and small jobs. Call A1 Automotive at (559) 318AUTO SERVICE 04360 AFFORDABLE Auto TOYOTA Corolla Service in Fowler! Sport 2015 Low Miles Engine repairs, timing $11999 (559) 835- belts, headgaskets and 7417 more. Big and small jobs. Call A1 Auto1979 FORD Ranchero motive at (559) 318runs good just tuned 04360 it new plugs,spark plug wires, distributor, ARE YOU SELLING flushed transmission something? List it here changed oil new oil Call 559-472-7182 filter new battery. Just passed smog. Daniel 559-994-8227


A PA RT M E N T S Los Arbolitos Apartments offers 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes. $200 off first month. Call for more info (559)255-8370 or stop by 555 S. Argyle Ave. Fresno, CA 93727 APARTMENT Rentals helps with all your housing needs. Please contact Destinee or visit or website to help find the right apartment home for you. Call 559-255-8370 or visit our website $895 / 1BR - 708ft Garden Villa Apartments of Clovis, California! Garden Villa Apartments is a quiet and clean Clovis community in a park like setting. Please contact us at (559) 291-4305

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CHATEAU MONTEREY I 2881 Willow Ave. Clovis (559) 294-7144 MONTHLY RENT $650.00 Studio 1 bathroom $350.00 security deposit application fee $25.00 per adult


SPACIOUS, clean 3 bed 2.5 bath near Woodward Park. This beautiful home is in pristine condition and walking distance to Riverpark Shopping Center and Kastner Intermediate. Attached two-car garage, large private back yard, and community pool. $1650 Rent $1650 Deposit Call 559-3041852

ROOM FOR Rent With Full Access to House, Includes Fireplace, Washer/Dryer, Kitchen Ect. $385 all utilities split equally. Quiet Clean Available Now. Close to Fres$1099 / 2br - 925ft2 2 no State, Airport Near $1800 / 3br - 1750ft2 Bedroom Floorplans Clovis Small Deposit Clovis School District 297-2297 The Best of (559)797-5209 1416 W. Chennault the Best in Clovis! We Ave. Pets okay with an offer timeless living additional pet deposit and relaxing surroundper pet, max 2 pets. No HOUSES FOR ings. An apartment Section 8 Call us toRENT community graced day! 559-708-2669 with year - round 2 BEDROOMS 1 blooming flowers, Bathroom $995 Stove 3 BED 1 bath approx gorgeous mature ce- & Fridge included, 1k square foot, big dar trees and beautiful W/D Hookups, Back back yard. Central air, brick exterior. Scotts- yard, More informa- granite counters, gas men Too Apartment tion in this property stove, newer cabinets. homes are within call 559-221-3170 or New floors. Dual pane walking distance to the Rosie 559-972-5815 windows and ceiling post office, shopping fans in all rooms. 1100 center, restaurants and SUPPORT LOCAL month plus 1100 debus line. posit. Call or text 559916-1708


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