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Feral Paws Rescue: Miguel and Pompeo

IN THE October 20 ISSUE

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by Lupe Gore


Miguel was saved from the CCSPCA (Fresno) by Feral Paws Rescue on July 21, 2016, when he was six-months-old. He had been a very special kitten at the shelter as he had been saved from euthanasia by the Shelter Director and spent a month in the Director’s office where he was given a lot of love by the staff.

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by Tom Sims




I was taking a walk, contemplating the meaning of something I have since forgotten, when I came upon a new establishment. It was a coffee shop, just off Fulton across from the Fulton Mall. The sign on the door said, Fulton Street Coffee Roasters, which seemed appropriate, and something about the place invited me in.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


I love Halloween and this Valley knows how to do it up right! There are Halloween events all over-some for kids and some for adults-some free and some cost. Some of them are even fundraisers for a good cause. This week we are featuring another Halloween event that is also a fundraiser for Valley Children’s Hospital/Healthcare-a Halloween Bash. The event is being put on by La Visionaria Guild, so we chatted with Dallas Selling, who is the Vice President of the organization and a founding member.

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Valley Animal Center: Tim and Tom

IN THE October 13 ISSUE

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by Vanessa Villanueva


Tim and Tom are two of the many adult cats available for adoption at Valley Animal Center. They have both been in our care for a few years. Unfortunately they have not found their forever home because they are often overlooked since they are positive for the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV).

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by Sarah Peterson-Camacho


As the month of October welcomes a colorful rush of falling leaves and shivery winds, the Halloween season springs to undead life in a slew of pumpkin patches, costume stores, and haunted attractions. And what better setting for an eerie adventure than the gothic beauty that is downtown Fresno’s Meux Home?

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Ghostbusters: Fresno Division

IN THE October 6 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Earlier this year I interviewed local actor Alex Vaux, and in our interview a very interesting fact about him came up, he is a Ghostbuster! That’s right, he is part of the Ghostbusters: Fresno Division. When he told me that I knew I had to interview him about it this Halloween season!

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by Steven Sanchez



The fall is here, October has arrived, which means Halloween is just right around the corner. This is that time of year for costumes, candy, scary movies, and pumpkin spice everything. And the place that is eating up the festivities is the Historic Crest Theatre in downtown Fresno.

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Sunnyside Bicycles: Beautiful Fall Bike Rides

IN THE September 29 ISSUE

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by Vanessa McCracken



After a brutally hot and smoky summer, I am very much looking forward to beautiful fall bike rides!
Here are some of my suggestions for staying safe and comfortable out there:

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by Mallory Moad



This was DeJa Skye’s response when I introduced myself. Tall, curvaceous, immaculately dressed and extremely personable, she described herself as “a man in a dress who loves to put on makeup in the morning.” DeJa Skye is a drag queen, and I was attending Fresno’s First Drag Festival.

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by Steven Sanchez




Generation X: an age group that is synonymous with flannel shirts, Unisonic clear telephones, indie films, and blowing on the bottom of your video game cartridges if they were malfunctioning. But most of all, the one thing that this generation of so-called “slackers” is known for is…the music.

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Q & A with Kevin Clay from The Book of Mormon

IN THE September 26 ISSUE

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


The Book of Mormon comes through Fresno next week for seven performances at the William Saroyan Theatre in Fresno. We were able to chat recently with one of its stars, Kevin Clay, who plays Elder Price.

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Feral Paws: Traces of Love

IN THE September 22 ISSUE

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by Lupe Gore


In early 2017, Feral Paws Rescue received a call from the CCSPCA (Fresno) asking if they would help with a cat who had a very bad injury that had caused tremendous swelling to his face. The shelter had already labeled this cat as “feral” since he didn’t want to have anything to do with the humans there.

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by Terrance Mc Arthur


When someone you love is in the hospital, you want to be near them. When you’re near them, you still have to eat…and you shouldn’t steal food from a sick person. At Fresno’s St. Agnes Hospital, one of the options is the One Main Café & Grill.

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Valley Animal Center: Jewels

IN THE September 15 ISSUE

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by Vanessa Villanueva


Jewels is a loving Pit Bull mix that we estimate to be about four-years-old. A couple of months ago, she and her ten puppies came to Valley Animal Center from the CCSPCA.

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by Terrance McArthur


Time goes forward, and we go with it. Imagine if one person in a relationship went forward in time from the then to the now, like everybody else, but the other person went from the now to the then. What would it look like? Probably a lot like The Last 5 Years, a two-person musical from StageWorks Fresno, at the Fresno Art Museum’s Bonner Auditorium until September 16 (or is that from September 7?).

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Broken Bone Bathtub In Fresno

IN THE September 5 ISSUE

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by Mallory Moad



A young woman, seated in a bubble bath, tells the story of breaking her hand in a bicycle accident in Brooklyn. On the surface, that’s what happens in Broken Bone Bathtub, a one-woman show by writer/performer Siobhan O’Loughlin. But the deceptively simple premise goes deeper than that.

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