Lorie Lewis Ham

The Labyrinth Art Collective

by Lorie Lewis Ham


There is a black box theatre performance space on Van Ness in the Tower District that has hosted many different groups and gone by several different names since I started covering the arts in Fresno. Last year, something new started there called The Labyrinth Art Collective and recently we chatted with one of the people who run it, Alicia Rodriguez, to learn more about what they do. She runs it together with her partner Matt Comegys.

The Still Small Voice By Brenda Stanley: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Lorie Lewis Ham


The Still Small Voice by Brenda Stanley is more than just a mystery—it is the story of a family that has been broken by prejudice, lies, and secrets. Madison Moore has been estranged from her family for many years so she is shocked when her dying father asks to see her. She is hesitant to return, but a part of her hopes that he is going to apologize for how the family treated her, so she decides to make the trip. What awaits her is much more than she could ever have imagined.

The Twist of a Knife by Anthony Horowitz: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Lorie Lewis Ham


The Twist of a Knife is the fourth book in Anthony Horowitz’s wonderful series featuring former Metropolitan police detective Daniel Hawthorne and Anthony Horowitz--yes you read that correctly, Anthony has put himself in the books as the Watson to Hawthorne’s Holmes. In this series, Anthony has been asked to write about Hawthorne’s cases, and against his better judgment, agrees.

Pipe On the Hob Bringing Celtic Holiday Music to Woodward Library

by Lorie Lewis Ham


This Valley is filled with talented artists of various kinds--painters, musicians, actors, writers, etc. Here at KRL we enjoy putting the spotlight on them and this week we chatted with Karana Hattersley-Drayton who is the lead singer/keyboard/bodhran and business manager for local band Pipe On the Hob from Fresno, who happen to be performing a Christmas concert at Woodward Library next weekend.

BooBoo Bean Bakery and Café

by Lorie Lewis Ham


Here at KRL we love to find unique places whether they be shops, cafes, or coffee shops. Recently we discovered one that also had a very unique name—BooBoo Bean Bakery and Café located in Fresno. It opened in January of 2018. I took some time to chat with the Café’s owner Jenny Rivera and the timing couldn't have been more perfect as they also offer holiday meals you can take home for the family--all of the great home cooking without any of the work.

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