Reedley News

Munchies: Snacks and More

by Jim Mulligan


As the holiday season is in full swing and Christmas fast approaching, eating and snacking is surely a prominent feature of many of our lives. While not specializing in holiday eats specifically, a new shop is open in Reedley that seeks to quench your thirst, satisfy your sweet tooth, and satiate your craving for a tasty treat.

Reedley College Instructor Spotlight: David Hicks, Ceramic Artist

by Jim Mulligan


While his full-time job may be passing along the basics of his artistic and practical craft to students of all ages at Reedley College, David Hicks relishes in taking the bits and pieces of organic inspiration found in the Central Valley and creating both monolithic pieces and conglomerations of smaller parts with his medium of choice, inorganic clay.

The R.I.D.E. Foundation Hug A Horse Halloween Open House!

by Lorie Lewis Ham


As the Halloween season begins, KRL likes to look for fun and unique Halloween events coming up in the area and recently I came across one that involved wild mustangs—the R.I.D.E. Halloween Hug A Horse event. We recently chatted with the founder and CEO of the R.I.D.E. Foundation, Sarah Muzquiz, to find out exactly what RIDE is and about their interesting Halloween event!

Great Food Search “Fresno Street Eats” Are Hard to Beat

by Terrance McArthur



Earlier this year, Lorie Lewis Ham, our editor, wrote about Mike Osegueda, creator of the Taco Truck Throwdown for the Fresno Grizzlies baseball games, and his brainchild, Fresno Street Eats, which brings groups of food trucks and food wagons to Valley malls, breweries, sporting events, churches, festivals, and any place where hungry people gather.

Arsenic and Old Lace: A Deadly Comedy Presented By Reedley’s River City Theatre Company

by Terrance McArthur


Once upon in Brooklyn, two elderly sisters rented out a room in their house. They welcomed lonely bachelors into their home . . . and the men were never seen again.
The Brewster sisters are at it again in Arsenic and Old Lace, a River City Theatre Company production at the Reedley Opera House through October 2.

Reedley’s Native People Being Recognized

by Jim Mulligan


The simultaneous, yet conflicting, demoralization and romanticism of the Native Peoples of the Americas throughout modern American history is a fascinating and sad phenomenon. They were often portrayed as savages, attacking the pioneers heading west to claim their virgin land under Manifest Destiny. Yet, many amateur genealogists lay claim to Native American inheritance.

The Addams Family on Stage at the Reedley Opera House

by Terrance McArthur


Have you ever tried to write a musical based on 150 single-panel cartoons?
That was the job faced by playwrights Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, and songsmith Andrew Lippa, fifteen years ago, and it turned into The Addams Family. Now, the quirky musical is on the equally-quirky Reedley Opera House stage in a River City Theatre Company production through July 24.

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