Steven’s Eventful February Recap 2024

by Steven Sanchez

After a slow start in January when it came to events, February stepped in and brought the party. It’s the month of Valentine’s Day, and I must admit the Central Valley expressed its love to all the great artists that came through town—from guitar enthusiasts, heavy metal head bangers, hip hop fans, and old school jam lovers.

Rogue Reviews: Delusions and Grandeur/Emil Amok, Lost NPR Host: Married to PETA & Other Untold Tales From an American Filipino Life/The Great Gorbolski

by Mallory Moad

A beautiful woman wearing an elegant black dress is seated onstage, devouring a sandwich like it’s her last meal on earth and talking with her mouth full. Thus begins the prologue for Delusions and Grandeur, a classical music/clown show hybrid from Karen Hall.

Rogue Reviews: Janice Noga: The Only Virgin in New York City/Booger Red/Music to Get Your Rogue On/Confessions of a Women’s Prison Guard/The Rogue Shows

by Terrance McArthur

Here are more Rogue show reviews, with still more to come over the next few days! You will be able to find all of our reviews, and our performer preview articles, and our article about Rogue 2024 in our Rogue Festival section here at KRL.

November Events Recap

by Steven Sanchez

We had a lot to be thankful for during the month of November because of the variety of events offered. People rushed to them as if they were a Black Friday sale. They ranged from Fresno State football, to holiday themed concerts, to a jersey retirement ceremony. With the holiday season approaching, these events were great gifts for all those that attended.

Winter Harmony: KCUSD’s Visual & Performing Arts Programs Illuminate the Season

by Jim Mulligan

As winter approaches and temperatures drop in the Valley, Kings Canyon Unified School District (KCUSD) is bringing warmth and vibrancy to the community through its Visual & Performing Arts (VAPA) programs. From elementary schools to high schools, the district's commitment to fostering creativity and artistic expression is evident in the diverse offerings that make up the VAPA umbrella.

Steven’s Eventful October Recap

by Steven Sanchez

My, oh my, this past October was an exciting month for events in the Central Valley. With the fall weather and the upcoming holiday season, everyone was excited to be out and about. There was a big selection of events to choose from, such as concerts, stand-up comedy shows, and sporting events. Most of those events were offered by The Big Fresno Fair. October is the month of Halloween, and the Valley definitely was given a major treat with events that were sweeter than candy.

Steven’s Eventful September Recap

by Steven Sanchez

The events just keep coming. Now that it’s fall and the weather is cooler, more people want to go out and do stuff. September definitely contributed to that momentum. There were shows, and it is football season which means it’s Bulldog time. A lot happening in September! The community really did show up. Here is a recap of what took place.