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Day one of Grizzly Fest was a success, don’t miss day two

Day one of Grizzly Fest served to further show that Fresno’s music and arts scene is growing, and people will show up to support it. My afternoon began with a shuttle to Woodward Park from Fresno State’s P20 parking lot. ...

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Summer 2018 Entertainment Guide

The approaching end of the spring semester typically means one thing is on my mind: summer vacation. Not only does it mean no more time spent in long classes, doing homework and studying for finals – it means free time ...

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Grizzly Fest to bring liveliness to the Central Valley

Grizzly Fest is returning to Fresno on May 18 and 19 with expanded food options, a stacked lineup and a new location. This year’s lineup includes Snoop Dogg, Jhene Aiko and Dirty Heads as well as Foster the People and ...

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FresCon brings comic culture to Fresno State

Community members bonded on Saturday over their shared interests in cosplaying, gaming and comics at FresCon, a comic convention at Fresno State. “There isn’t much opportunity in the Central Valley to celebrate this,” said Alexis Orozco, the president of FresCon. ...

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Fleetwood Mac tickets available Friday

Grammy Award-winning band Fleetwood Mac has announced a Dec. 6 stop at the Save Mart Center for its North American tour that kicks off in October. The tour will feature the newly announced lineup of Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Stevie ...

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Tickets on sale this week for Save Mart Center events

Tickets for two Save Mart Center events will go on sale this week. On Thursday, tickets to see Mexican singer El Fantasma will be on sale at 10 a.m. The Rancheando En La Cuidad tour will make its stop in ...

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Cirque du Soleil returns to Fresno

Corteo, the latest Cirque du Soleil arena production, embarks on a new journey throughout North America. The show will visit the Save Mart Center for six performances beginning Thursday, Sept. 20 through Sunday, Sept. 23. Advance tickets for Corteo are ...

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Keyboard Concert with Jeremy Denk

The Keyboard Concerts series will be presenting pianist Jeremy Denk on Friday at 8 p.m. in the Fresno State Concert Hall. Denk will play a recital that consists of works by Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Prokofiev. General admission tickets are ...

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University Dance Theatre presents ‘Be the Music’

Fresno State’s University Dance Theatre will present its student-choreographed dance performance, “Be the Music,”  April 26 through 28 at 8 p.m., and at 2 p.m. on April 28 in the Lab School 101 Theatre. Tickets are $5 and will be ...

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Enology students ‘pour’ over new wines at Taste of Spring

Fresno State students from the viticulture and enology department showed off the fruits of their labor last week at the Taste of Spring event. Guests were invited to the Fresno State Winery last Thursday to try five different wines produced ...

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‘Taste of Spring’ welcomes guests to the Fresno State Winery

The Fresno State Winery’s Taste of Spring event on Thursday will feature live music, wine tasting and the chance to interact with students within the viticulture and enology departments. The event is open to the public and will be from ...

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This Native American comedy troupe uses humor to tell history

For some, jokes are a light-hearted way to show personality. For others, they can be used to work through a difficult past. But for an indigenous comedy troupe, the 1491s, it’s both of those things. Fresno State’s Cross Cultural and ...

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Award-winning writer Renée Watson honored as new artist-in-residence

Award-winning writer Renée Watson visited Fresno State on Monday in honor of being named the new artist-in-residence for the Arne Nixon Center for the Study of Children’s Literature at the Henry Madden Library. Watson, who is also a performer and ...

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Fresno State choir performs love ballads

Fresno State’s Chamber Singers and Concert Choir honored different forms of love during their concert on Monday. Cari Earnhart, Fresno State director of choral activities, said she chose the theme “Love Is…,” as a way to combat “evils” in the ...

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‘Angelica’ discusses relevant societal issues surrounding racism

Last Friday’s CineCulture screening featured a film that examined racism through the lens of a woman who faces it within her own family. The film, “Angelica,” centers on an aspiring fashion designer, named Angelica, who left New York City to ...

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Poetry event gives women a chance to speak out

A poetry jam event on the Fresno State campus this week shined the light on women – in honor of Women’s History Month. “This is a platform to acknowledge women,” said Clarence Obichere, one of the Fresno State students who ...

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Get your free tickets for ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ before they’re gone

Fresno State students have the opportunity to see an advanced screening of “A Wrinkle in Time” at Maya Cinemas Fresno 16 on Thursday at 7 p.m. While supplies last, and with a valid Fresno State student ID, students can pick ...

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A year after his death, students perform music for professor who inspired them

The President’s Quintet, a scholarship ensemble that performs on behalf of Fresno State, was featured Sunday at the concert remembering music professor Dr. Brad Hufft. Hufft died nearly a year ago. The quintet played “The Traveler’s Tale,” which was first ...

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