A California Magazine with Local Focus and Global Appeal:
Community - Entertainment - Human Interest


Weekly issues every Saturday morning and other special articles throughout the week — there's something for everyone. Check out our sister site KRL News & Reviews for even more articles every week.


hobbies

by James Garcia Jr.



The E&e Performing Arts Center opened in Kingsburg this past spring with the intent of bringing community theatre to Kingsburg. Founder, Artistic Director and driving force behind the Center, Lissa Engstrom is bringing the musical Guys and Dolls to the Kingsburg High School Little Theater…

{ 0 comments }

by Marilyn Meredith



The San Joaquin Chapter of Sisters in Crime had Five Sacramento Mystery Authors Visit Fresno earlier this month for a book talk and two of them granted interviews: Patricia Canterbury and Louise Crawford. Thanks to both authors for joining us here at Kings River Life Magazine.

{ 3 comments }

For the Love of Sports

IN THE July 3 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andContributors,
andEducation,
andLarry Ham,
andReedley News,
andSports
SECTIONS

by Larry Ham



Do you love sports? A lot of people do. Yet, many couldn’t care less about sports, so I got to thinking about why we sports fans love sports so much. What is it about the world of sports and athletic competition that drives people to become so wrapped up in it?

{ 0 comments }

Summer Sports

IN THE July 3 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andEducation,
andReedley News,
andTeens
SECTIONS

by Billiann Robertson



RHS athletes not only show their dedication throughout the school year but during the summer. Students take their athletic abilities to the next level through participation in summer sports, proving they are serious about their sport by giving up time during their vacation to improve as a team.

{ 0 comments }

Baker’s Magic

IN THE June 26 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andDiana Bulls,
andHometown History
SECTIONS

by Diana Bulls



Only in the last 100 years has making light, airy breads been a certainty. Before that, bread making took years of experience and a generous measure of luck. Ancient Egyptians are credited with making the first leavened bread. Perhaps the dough was left standing; wild yeast cells settled in and grew, making the dough rise.

{ 3 comments }

by Jessica Ham



A Million Miles is a riveting book about editing one’s life; a journey that begins when Donald is asked about turning his bestseller Blue Like Jazz into a motion picture.

{ 0 comments }

Dog Training: What’s Next?

IN THE June 26 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andContributors,
andPets
SECTIONS

by Tara Wilson



So you and your dog have completed a basic manners class? You may be wondering what’s next as far as training your dog. What activities are there to get involved in? Training doesn’t end with basic manners, but it does give you the skills you need…

{ 3 comments }

God of War 3: Game Review

IN THE June 26 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andBooks & Tales,
andJesus Ibarra,
andTeens
SECTIONS

by Jesus Ibarra


God of War III, the capper to PlayStation’s flagship series, is an amazing game that utilizes all the new and amazing technology offered by the PS3. It also ends the epic story of the anti-hero Spartan Kratos…

{ 0 comments }

Sounds & Sciences: Band Profile

IN THE June 19 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andArts & Entertainment,
andMusic,
andTeens
SECTIONS

by Allison Mackie



These four began their musical careers young, each taking different paths to get where they are. In high school, Anthony, Justin and Andy formed a modern-rock Christian band. Sounds & Sciences was formed when they joined up with Tyler…

{ 1 comment }

by Press Release



On July 3rd, five California mystery authors will be making the trek from Sacramento to speak at the Fresno area chapter of Sisters In Crime — a mystery readers and writers group. Sisters In Crime is an international group that was founded in 1986 … The Fresno, or San Joaquin, Chapter was formed in the 1990s.

{ 0 comments }

by Jacob Alvarado



Life is a show, and theatre is the breath that we actors need to live. For teenagers at Reedley High School the PAT (Performing Arts Theater) is a place where we are transported to a world of make-believe.

{ 1 comment }

Why Train Your Dog?

IN THE May 29 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andPets,
andSheryl Wall
SECTIONS

by Sheryl Wall



Many people in our society own dogs but how many take the time to train them? It’s hard work so it’s easy to just give up but dogs are made to work and, without training, chaos happens.

{ 0 comments }

by Crystal Rakes



Next year, I will be a senior and it will be my last year in the Reedley High Dancing Marching Pirate Band. Although it will be my senior year, and I will finally be done with high school, I don’t want it to end.

{ 3 comments }

“Pirates”

IN THE May 29 ISSUE

FROM THE 2010 Articles,
andReedley News,
andTeens,
andTerrific Tales
SECTIONS

by Kristalyn Patzkowski



Why have I continued
This for so long?
The question lingers in
My mind.
Why would I put myself
Through all of this?
My heels roll on the road

{ 3 comments }

  • Arts & Entertainment

  • Books & Tales

  • Community

  • Education

  • Food Fun

  • Helping Hands

  • Hometown History

  • Pets

  • Teens

  • Terrific Tales