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Author Archives: Bethany Rangel

Downtown down

Nightlife, bright lights, crowds of people—these elements may describe some cities thriving downtown.

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The Mission Christmas Project

Christmas season has quickly approached. Colorful decorations, Christmas trees and lights have appeared around Fresno.

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Mayer battles lyrics, and Aniston

Grammy-winning guitar god John Mayer likes to shake up his creative direction and approach from time to time to keep things interesting and his music developing.

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The resistible rise: Ed EmanuEl

A professor, playwright, director, Pulitzer Prize nominee, winner of various awards and honors: the resume of California State University, Fresno’s Dr. Edward EmanuEl stretches endlessly.

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What are you, chicken?

I never expected to be a chicken, walk a dog on an invisible leash or mimic a scary witch when I set out to cover a story about next semester’s “Theatre for Young Audiences” production.

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‘Who is this kid and why is he so loud?’

Who would have thought that losing $20,000 on a dune buggy would lead to success?

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Super fly student artists

Creative art covered the walls of the DeRouchey Creative Design Studio in Fresno Thursday evening as artists and audience members mingled throughout the downtown space.

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‘Thriller’ at the box office

Wearing orange fitted pants and a silver metallic blazer, the King of Pop dances back into the hearts of fans one final time, while preparing for what should have been Michael Jackson’s most epic musical tour.

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‘Jenny Sutter’ finds home at Fresno State

“Welcome Home Jenny Sutter will provide a great forum for dealing with the issue and that is what important art is all about,” Director Kathleen McKinley said.

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Offensively humorous

A California State University, Fresno student has been charming audiences with blunt jokes.

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What is homecoming anyway?

The windows of the University Student Union at California State University, Fresno count down the four days left before Saturday’s football game with painted illustrations of this year’s theme, “Hollywood Homecoming.”

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The world is but a canvas to the ‘imagine-nation’

Not long after taking his first entrepreneurship class at California State University, Fresno, Vrej Postoyan, embarked on a venture to market his appreciation for arts to the masses.

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Artist draws large horses and crowds

From now through the end of October, the corner of Fulton Street and Tuolomne Street are brought to life by “Bound Horses.”

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“Picnic” challenges social norms

“Life will never be the same when a handsome, mysterious stranger jumps off a train and into the lives of a group of women in a small, mid-western town,” according to playwright William Inge’s production of “Picnic.”

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The Informant!

“The Informant!” directed by Steven Soderbergh and staring Matt Damon as Mark Whitacre, offers intellegent to viewers, being both entertaining and thought provoking.

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Tamejavi festival

Crossing cultural boundaries, the 5 annual Tamejavi Festival, “Our voices, Our stories: A Path to Inclusion,” transformed Radio Park on Sept. 18 into a space where diverse cultures converge to express and share stories, music, food, traditions, and ways of interpreting the world.

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The LGM Project

Five students plus one thousand ideas equal infinite possibilities.

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Extract

“Extract” holds a couple laughs, a few attractive women, mild conflict and a little entertainment. But, as a true entertaining experience, this film does not qualify.

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