Never Too Old to Party: 12 Fun Things to Do on Your Birthday This Year

by Staff

During childhood, all of us wanted big birthday parties. However, the excitement for many of us is fading away now. It may be due to the hectic schedules and the pressure of organizing a perfect event. Yet, there are many other ways you may enjoy your special day. A significant part of the birthday celebration is that you get together with your loved ones, and you can celebrate it all by yourself.

10 Most exciting ideas for your kid’s birthday bash

by staff

Birthdays are one of the most thrilling and happening events for kids. The excitement of having friends over, going out, and unboxing presents is all visible through their innocent eyes. However, it's not all fun and games for the parents, though. The constant stress of hosting, looking after hyper kids or wicked and mischievous teenagers, and planning a birthday in the first place can all be a little too overwhelming.

Rogue Festival Goes Virtual

by Mallory Moad

Well, here we are, nearing the end of what has been a very disruptive twelve months. We’ve all been faced with changes. Our workplaces, schools and social outlets have been turned inside out and backwards in order to remain functioning during the pandemic. But this year might be remembered as more than one of turmoil and loss. It could also go down in history as that time when the performing arts hijacked Zoom.

The Kings River Life Guide to the 2019 Fresno Rogue Festival

by Terrance McArthur

For 17 years, February and March have brought crowds to Fresno’s Tower District for the Rogue Festival, where dozens of performers and groups from the Valley and beyond show what they can do in makeshift venues for sometimes-soaked audiences. Now, it’s time for Rogue XVIII, from February 28 to March 9, a cornucopia of theatre, music, dance, magic, stand-up, and acts that defy description!

Rogue Teaser Show

by Terrance McArthur

It’s Rogue Time in Fresno! Go Rogue! See local performers! See acts from the far reaches of reality—and beyond!
The Rogue Festival is Fresno’s different kind of March Madness—ten locations, lots of shows, through March 10. You can see stand-up comedy, belly dancing, puppetry, magic (lots of magic, this year), plays, music, and things that defy description.

Rogue Festival Muse 2018

by Lorie Lewis Ham

The Rogue Festival is quickly approaching and the first sign of its impending arrival is always the announcement of the Festival Muse. This year the muse was revealed on January 30 at Goldstein's Mortuary and Delicatessen. The Muse for the 2018 Rogue Festival is "St. Fabel with Baby" by Fresno photographer Victor Trejo.

The Starving Artists Bistro: Part Two – Nourishing the Artist’s Soul

by Laura Sidsworth

Nykole Sullivan and her mom Terry Hibbs put together a bistro where artists can express their passion. Nykole's husband Bob says that their bistro is "a family restaurant first, but you come here for the music." All fourteen indoor tables are in line with the stage as a focal point. New speakers and a stage that fits over the outside fountain in the patio area brings the entertainment outdoors as well.