Fall TV Preview

  With September coming up, one thing is certain in the entertainment industry: fresh crops of pilot shows are ready to please the audience. Granted, before you can settle in and have your TV routine set, be wary of cancellations ...

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Weekend Wonders

Where to go, what to see, and what to do Downtown Fresno Tonight, the second-to-last games of the Fresno Grizzlies season includes $4 tickets, a farmer’s market and, for the first time ever, the chance to watch post-game fireworks down on ...

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Falling Into Film

Aside from “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” and “Guardians of the Galaxy,” the amount of unsatisfactory summer blockbusters (just look at the rebooted “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”) leaves audiences with something to look forward to for the fall ...

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First City Fest Rocks Its Second Year

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.; Mr. Little Jeans; Miniature Tigers; Future Islands: Depending on your taste in music, these might look like arbitrary words strung together, or you might recognize them as the names of some up-and-coming bands that performed at ...

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Fresno Goes Greek

Over 30,000 people from across the Central Valley gathered at the St. George Greek Orthodox Church over the weekend for the 54th annual Fresno California Greek Fest, one of the largest social and cultural gatherings in the area. The event, ...

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2014 MTV Video Music Awards

Winners of the popular awards show for the best videos in music that aired on Sunday, Aug. 24 on MTV Video of the Year Beyoncé ft. Jay Z, “Drunk In Love” Iggy Azalea ft. Charli XCX, “Fancy” Miley Cyrus, “Wrecking ...

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Brew Review: Beers of the Bucket

The Bucket on campus is a lounge where you can get your lunch and, as it turns out, beer. Last semester, the craft brew options at The Bucket were limited. Although still limited, there are slightly better options to choose ...

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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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Spidey sequel pretty good, but not ‘Amazing’

Rating: B My spidey senses are not tingling. They may be a bit fried after the “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” a reboot sequel, went through the same song and dance of the previous movie. ‘Spider-Man’ is not so amazing, just ...

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Play Raises Awareness Towards Violence Against Women

  ‘The Vagina Monologues’ performance fundraises for Marjaree Mason Center   By Tori West Eve Ensler’s award-winning “The Vagina Monologues” once again makes its way to Fresno State at 7 p.m. tonight. “The Vagina Monologues” has been coming to Fresno ...

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Diversity On Screen and Off

Fist Up festival will screen films on campus for Diversity Awareness Week   What started as a passion project for an independent filmmaker to promote diverse films lacking in funds, the 5th annual Fist Up festival has now been brought ...

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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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2014 Fresno Film Festival

What started as a community group’s efforts to bring independent films to Fresno in response to a lack of diversity on screen has now blossomed into the Fresno Film Festival. This weekend marked the 10th year of the festival, organized ...

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Friday’s Vintage Day concerts moved

Schedule of Vintage Days music acts moved to Full Circle Brewing Co. tonight due to rain: 6:00 p.m. — TURK 7:00 p.m. — Francis Ward 8:00 p.m. — ENRG 9:00 p.m. — Phonzy Riley and ENRG

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Drake Bell Debuts New Music

  Actor and musician Drake Bell visited Fresno on Wednesday promoting his new album   A childhood blast-from-the-past performed at f.y.e in Clovis Wednesday afternoon. Drake Bell, a musician and actor who is most famous for his work with Nickelodeon, ...

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