Fresnans across the city are being posed a very simple question: Street or Mall? Today starts another tenuous process of deciding whether or not the 40+ year old Fulton Mall will remain a traffic-less area, or whether the blacktop will return and recreate Fulton Street. We’ve got a poll for you guys, go ahead and … Read more
Home Arts and Junior Exhibits buildings supervisor Cindy Suarez talks about what it means to be an exhibitor at the Big Fresno Fair.
As a part of the Fresno Beehive’s taco panel, here’s what went down (from the Beehive): Our post last week on Taco Bell’s Doritos Loco taco — which Fresno is currently a test market for — proved one thing: People definitely have opinions on this dusty orange taco concoction. So we knew what our next … Read more
Following an unveiling during the Fresno Food Expo in March, Flavia Takahashi-Flores is finally opening a shop near Tower District to sell Brazilian pão de queijo (P*DE*Qs).
After a very popular and innovative Summer beach party on Van Ness Avenue, it’s time to applaud Kyle Kirkland, Club One Casino and the City of Fresno for working together and creating an amazing event in downtown.
Seen Captain America yet? If you have seen the film, you’ve undoubtedly seen the scene where Captain America frees a group of POWs from a prisoner camp. As one of the prisoners, a Nisei commando named Jim Morita says to Captain America, “I’m from Fresno, Ace,” then runs off to escape. Morita, of course, joins … Read more
It’s been ages since I’ve written about some of my new finds in the Fresno Blogosphere, so here goes my first post-31 Bloggers feature on one of our awesome bloggers. A few weeks back, after the Fresno Chile Festival, I received a comment from Veronica Stumpf, founder and blogmaster at That Fresno Blog. Intrigued, I … Read more
Another two web apps were awarded major prizes and funding for their ingenuity and creativity at the second 59 Days of Code in Clovis on Wednesday night.
The news is in the Numbers 3 -Number of Tweetups organized by the Fresno Beehive. 5 – Number of votes garnered to start privatizing Fresno’s commercial waste collection. 16 – Percentage of unemployment in Fresno County. 6 – Strikeouts for Barry Zito’s first start for the Fresno Grizzlies 20 – Tarpey Village residents victimized by … Read more
Could there be anything better than 80 degree weather in Fresno? How about 80 degree weather and Fresno chile peppers in Fresno? Saturday, the Partners of Downtown Fresno along with a slew of other local organizations are hosting the first-ever Fresno Chile Festival on the Fulton Mall. A ton of work has been put into … Read more