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Central Valley Talk

by Steven Sanchez



Life, Art, Business, & Entertainment is the motto that defines the local startup marketing agency, The Method. It’s run by Stephanie DuBois, the licensed hairstylist of sixteen years who formerly owned the salon, The Paint Room, which unfortunately went under due to the pandemic. Having seen and lived through the year where businesses and people struggled because of the lockdown, she took the initiative to switch to a passion she’d always wanted to pursue which was public relations. With that drive, she wanted to help local businesses, big/small/local/independent, by expanding their social media presence and have them get involved with in-person events to drive their brand and generate profit.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



Next week Basically Brandon has its final episode of the third season and I hear it’s going to be a spectacular one! For those who don’t know, Basically Brandon is Fresno’s very own online local talk show and it focuses a lot on local entertainment! It’s fun and quirky and we are lucky to have it. The show is hosted by local actors Brandon Delsid and Camille Gaston and we had the chance to chat with them recently about the show, this season, and the upcoming season finale!

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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Friday Night Frights is the first and only horror-themed show to come out of Central California. While our show primarily focuses on the horror genre, we also like to discuss and showcase artists, bands, filmmakers, actors/actresses, companies, businesses, and individuals that are doing great things, both locally and beyond.

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by Terrance V. Mc Arthur



Late at night, do you ever sit on the couch like an Idaho Russet potato, watching Jay Leno, David Letterman, Jimmy Fallon, or any of the other talk shows, and you wonder, “What would it be like to have my own talk show?”

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