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Revving up British classics

Restored British cars descended upon Old Town Clovis on Sunday morning for the annual British Car Roundup hosted by the Central Valley British Auto Club. The event is a celebration of all marques and models of British cars and is ...

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Reading between the lines

By Xitaly Ocampo Special to The Collegian  “In Lak’ech,” is a saying used by the Mayans to greet one another, and it is how James Manseau Sauceda began his poetry reading about cultural injustice facing Chicanos on campus Friday. Sauceda ...

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Art exhibition examines body image

A Chicana feminist art group discussed their new art project for Fresno State students at the Henry Madden Library on Wednesday as part of Hispanic Heritage Month. Introducing the exhibit were artists Kristen Gamez, Mari Hernandez, and Sarah Castillo who ...

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Downtown prepares for annual music festival

The Fresno Urban Sound Experience (F.U.S.E.) will kick off its annual festival this weekend, treating music lovers and concertgoers alike to the unique bands and performers of the Central Valley. Eight years ago Jeff Tehee, the festival organizer, co-founded F.U.S.E. ...

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Brew Review: Lagunitas Brewing Company

A look at a few of the craft brewery Lagunitas’ offerings   This is the time to be alive if you’re a craft beer enthusiast. In California, you can’t drunkenly throw a beer bottle without hitting a craft brewery, and ...

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Caruthers Celebrates 85th District Fair

By Abigail Martin Special to The Collegian The 85th annual Caruthers District Fair opens today, offering free admission for all to enjoy home-cooked meals, livestock shows, carnival rides and much more. Fresno State alumnus and president of the fairboard Gary ...

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Yoga Takes Center Stage

Local yoga instructor Lindsey Huerta holds classes in Fresno that provide students with alternative settings to entice expert and beginning students. Huerta, began teaching just over a year ago and has since picked up the popular Downtown rooftop yoga class ...

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ClovisFest Takes Flight

The annual festival celebrated its 40th year drawing thousands to help support local businesses This past weekend the 40th annual ClovisFest and Hot Air Balloon Fun Fly had more than 50,000 attendees and local business owners come out to support and ...

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Downtown pub celebrates first anniversary

Within the concrete jungle of the forgotten Fulton Mall lies a gastropub growing in popularity in part of a revitalized, rejuvenated Downtown Fresno: Peeve’s Public House. The venue celebrated its one year anniversary this past weekend with an assortment of ...

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Brew Review: Dust Bowl Brewery

A look at a Turlock brewery’s IPA selection Craft beer is a term used to describe American brews made in a less mass produced way than a Budweiser or Coors–but really, you could call any beer a craft. California has ...

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New York Fashion Week Previews Springwear

Held in February and September each year, New York Fashion Week is a series of events, lasting around seven to nine days in which international fashion collections are shown to buyers, the press and the general public. It consists of ...

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Brew Review: Guri’s Grubhouse and Taps’ local beer selection

It’s official, Guri’s Grubhouse and Taps finally opened its doors Thursday. As exciting as it is to have a brand new restaurant across the street from Fresno State, what is more exciting is that it’s also a tap house. With ...

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Film Festival Celebrates Gay and Lesbian Pride

Local film festival started by Fresno State alumni will mark its 25th anniversary By Abigail Martin The Fresno Reel Pride Gay & Lesbian Film Festival begins Wednesday, Sept. 17, celebrating 25 years since its establishment by two Fresno State alumni. ...

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Outside Lands: Music Festival Review

As with everything else in our lives, millennials are spoiled for choice, and music festivals are no different. While Woodstock defined a generation, our generation struggles to pick which festival to spend our precious pennies on. Consequently, with so much ...

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Salsa: The Social Spice

The Fresno State Salsa Club hosted its annual salsa night on campus Saturday Although there was plenty of salsa and chips on hand, the Fresno State Salsa Club showed its own flavor of spice by sharing its dance moves with ...

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Downtown celebrates Cinco de Mayo

The Fulton Mall was unusually busy this weekend as thousands attended the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration.

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Fresno State Symphony Orchestra Wows at Vintage Day

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Despite Friday rain, Vintage Days draws big crowd

  As a freak storm — sandwiched between 90-plus degree weather — hit Fresno Friday, the fate of the 40th Vintage Days was up in the air. The few who chose to brave the storm to attend the yearly festival ...

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