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by staff

Weddings are often a once-in-a-lifetime event in a couple’s life. They are the beginning of a new and joyful life. So, it’s only natural that no couple wants this memorable day to end so quickly. It’s crucial to enjoy this precious moment of your life and remember your wedding for years to come. Perhaps the best way to make your wedding memorable and enjoyable is by holding a wedding after-party.


by staff

If you’re planning a summer wedding, one of the first things that may pop into your head is your color palette. When you think about it, deciding on the color scheme, along with your venue, sets the tone for the entire joyous event. Indeed, the colors you choose will tell your friends and family something about the atmosphere you want to create for yourself and your future spouse, as well as your guests.


by Cynthia Chow
& Auralee Wallace

Erica Bloom does not have an issue with weddings. She just doesn’t like the dresses, flowers, gifts, music, centerpieces… So, maybe the nauseous look she gets when the topic comes up is why she is not asked to be the maid of honor for rival-turned-friend Candace, who instead turns to college friend Lyssa to help her walk down the aisle.


by Lorie Lewis Ham

East of Fresno nestled in the Sierra Foothills and just minutes below Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Parks lies 75 acres of beauty and fun known as Wonder Valley Ranch Resort and Conference Center. Last year Wonder Valley celebrated its 100-year anniversary as a guest ranch and it just keeps growing.


Bridesmaids: Movie Review


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by Jesus Ibarra

Seeing the trailer for Bridesmaids you would a expect a super raunchy comedy with female leads instead of male ones, but when you see the film you realize it’s another one of Judd Apatow’s films like 40 Year Old Virgin, Superbad, and Funny People that is hilarious but also sweet and a study of friendships. Only this time the light is on women’s friendships instead of male ones. But don’t let that fool you, this film is still raunchy and earns its R rating.


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