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Warnors Theatre

by Steven Sanchez

Feeling blue, by definition, means feeling melancholy, sad, or depressed. On Father’s Day, Sunday, June 17, alternative rock band Blue October, in reference to their 2018 single release “I Hope You’re Happy,” I’d say the Fresno audience came away with that feeling.


by Michelle Swift

Each year at the beginning of May, Fresno encourages Historical Preservation efforts with a week of special events and advocacy for its historical places. This year, the theme for the week was “Every Building has a Story.” Downtown Fresno is brimming with such places, and Warnors Center for the Performing Arts has an abundance of stories from within the large complex.


by Michelle Swift

The historic Warnors Theatre in downtown Fresno has developed a special way for Central Valley residents to enjoy the beauty of the theatre with their family and friends. On the third Thursday of every month, they show classic films. Films that strike a heart-cord across many generations, and that the crowd can really get into. Warnors staff and volunteers help patrons to get in the spirit by dressing in themed costumes, and inviting guests to do the same. In fact, for each film, anyone dressed in a theme to match the film gets in for free! For example, for Singing in the Rain on February 19, anyone in rain gear will get in for free.


Vintage Corner! Downtown Fresno

IN THE November 8 ISSUE

FROM THE 2014 Articles,
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by Tom Sims

When do social conscience, love of community, creativity, and entrepreneurship converge?
The answer is, when business owners like those near the corners of Tuolumne and Fulton in downtown Fresno start to collaborate and look for ways to bring people downtown to experience its charm and potential in great expression of generosity and good business sense.


by Michelle Swift

Warnors Theatre in Fresno is giving Central Calley residents the opportunity to see this historic 1928 Movie Palace as it would have been decades ago, and take a step back in time for a night out in a bygone era. Your next opportunity to do so will be on June 26 at 7 p.m.

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