Winter Harmony: KCUSD’s Visual & Performing Arts Programs Illuminate the Season

by Jim Mulligan

As winter approaches and temperatures drop in the Valley, Kings Canyon Unified School District (KCUSD) is bringing warmth and vibrancy to the community through its Visual & Performing Arts (VAPA) programs. From elementary schools to high schools, the district's commitment to fostering creativity and artistic expression is evident in the diverse offerings that make up the VAPA umbrella.

Steven’s Eventful October Recap

by Steven Sanchez

My, oh my, this past October was an exciting month for events in the Central Valley. With the fall weather and the upcoming holiday season, everyone was excited to be out and about. There was a big selection of events to choose from, such as concerts, stand-up comedy shows, and sporting events. Most of those events were offered by The Big Fresno Fair. October is the month of Halloween, and the Valley definitely was given a major treat with events that were sweeter than candy.

Steven’s Eventful September Recap

by Steven Sanchez

The events just keep coming. Now that it’s fall and the weather is cooler, more people want to go out and do stuff. September definitely contributed to that momentum. There were shows, and it is football season which means it’s Bulldog time. A lot happening in September! The community really did show up. Here is a recap of what took place.

In The Key Of Dead

by Zaida Alfaro

Hi! You caught me in the middle of getting ready for my recording session tonight at Interlude Records. I am working my way towards performing at the Madison Square Garden in New York. It is my dream to see my name VY in big, vibrate, flashing letters. As of tonight, however, I am currently a speckle of dust as a rising star in the Miami music industry.

Steven’s Eventful August 2023 Recap

by Steven Sanchez

The events just keep coming to the Central Valley. Summer is an ideal time for events, with school being out and vacation time, but surprisingly, a lot of options pick up during the fall as the weather gets cooler and people are excited for pumpkin season, football, and the holidays.

Pitbull Entertains Table Mountain Casino

by Steven Sanchez

Kings River Life had the privilege of covering “Mr. Worldwide” himself, Pitbull, on July 28, when he entertained the crowd at Table Mountain Casino. The rapper, singer, songwriter, businessman, and actor brought his signature blend of genres to the show. He’s known for dabbling in all kinds of musical styles ranging from hip hop, Latin, reggaeton, rap, and pop. All the hits he played were equally satisfying to the diverse crowd who attended the show. We had the honor of covering him back in February 2020, so it’s been a long time coming for his return, and it was great.

Murder at the Royal Albert By Gerald Elias: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Kathleen Costa

Gerald Elias’ eighth book in his Daniel Jacobus Mystery series takes readers into the world of symphonies, violinists, Mahler’s Sixth, murder, and more. Well-written with engaging wit, Elias presents a complex murder mystery with a fascinating, yet complicated character in Daniel Jacobus whose unique set of skills are heightened by the fact he’s blind. He knows the concert community well since he himself is a violinist, so his insights, knowledge, and other four senses are invaluable to the newest investigation.



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