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Art Hop

by Steven Sanchez



The local ValleyPBS held its first art showcase for ArtHop in its downtown studio with the spotlight on local artist and author, the legendary Larry Hill. Larry has been one of the most important artistic figures in the Central Valley and has helped put the art scene on the map. He displayed twenty-five abstract paintings of his that were aligned up and down the halls and office rooms of the building. People ranging from casual observers to associates, friends, and family attended this gallery which is one out of many for Larry but the first ever for ValleyPBS.

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by Tom Sims



So, what is a hero?
Jake A. Soberal cofounder of Bitwise and Enrique Meza, photographer and videographer have been friends for a decade. They were asking the same question.

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by Sarah Peterson


Since iconic Fresno eatery The Downtown Club reopened as The Republican last November, the historic building in downtown Fresno has gotten a new lease on life. Kings River Life sat down with Republican co-owner Kate McKnight to talk menus and venues ahead of the bar-and-grill’s new schedule starting May 2.

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by Tom Sims


A year ago, Craig Scharton opened a little spot on the Fulton Mall where other businesses have tried and failed. As the chief advocate of downtown at City Hall, he decided to put his money and his life where his words had been for some time and he opened Peeves Public House.

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Drawing Parallels, a two-person exhibition, features large-scale drawings by Amie T. Rangel and hand printed lithographs by Matthew Rangel at the Corridor Gallery in downtown Fresno. The opening reception, part of Fresno Art Hop, is on Thursday, April 4, from 5 – 8 p.m.

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Sanger Art Hop

IN THE November 17 ISSUE

FROM THE 2012 Articles,
andArts & Entertainment,
andCheryl Senn
SECTIONS

by Cheryl Senn


The City was hopping with artists, their work, and art fans, during Sanger’s third Art Hop of 2012, titled Fall Fun. The most recent Art Hop included seven art viewing venues with more than 20 artists being featured.

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