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Fringe

by Heather Parish


What’s that? You say you’ve never been to the Rogue Festival in Fresno before? Hmmmm. . . I think it is about time you did. Don’t let a little thing like the unfamiliar keep you from the adventure in art that is “Da Rogue”. But, like any other cultural event that has evolved (this is its 10th year), it has its own quirks, etiquette and, of course, buzzwords.

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Top Ten TV In 2010

IN THE January 1 ISSUE

FROM THE 2011 Articles,
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by Jesus Ibarra



It’s once again a new year, a time when we look back and lists are made about the good and bad in 2010, here I present the Best top 10 in television. Note there are spoilers.
10. The Vampire Diaries– Beginning with ten making my way down to number 1, is the Vampire Diaries.

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Fringe: TV Review

IN THE September 18 ISSUE

FROM THE Books & Tales,
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andTeens,
andTV
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by Jesus Ibarra



In the summer of 2009, Fox began airing strange and cryptic promos for a little show called Fringe. At the time, I had just finished watching all the seasons of The X-Files and saw these promos as something that would try to rip off the greatness that was The X-Files. The thing that gave me the urge to watch the show was that it was created by Lost, Alias, and Cloverfield mastermind J.J. Abrams.

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