On April 21, the Fresno City Council voted 4-3 to buy the iconic Tower Theatre. Council Members Esmeralda Soria, Miguel Arias, Tyler Maxwell and Nelson Esparza voted “yes,” whereas Mike Karbassi, Luis [...] Continue Reading
Looking at the world today, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by bad news. Climate change, discrimination, unjust systems and wars riddle the daily news. Although it is important to keep up with these [...] Continue Reading
Al mirar el mundo hoy en día, es fácil sentirse abrumado por las malas noticias. El cambio climático, la discriminación, los sistemas injustos y las guerras plagan las noticias diarias. Si bien es [...] Continue Reading
The Old Fresno Water Tower, on Fresno Street and O Street, was built in 1894. At that time a canal ran beside it, providing the downtown area with its water supply. Every day exactly at noon, a steam [...] Continue Reading
As a bonsai artist and bonsai enthusiast, I remember a bonsai exhibition that had a profound aesthetic effect on me and how I view artists and artistic expression. Below are some of my recollections [...] Continue Reading
By Community Alliance Staff
The Rogue Festival, Fresno’s completely uncensored performing arts festival, will return March 4–12. This year’s 20th anniversary festival will present more than 100 [...] Continue Reading
On Feb. 18, a mural was unveiled on the grounds of Stone Soup, a nonprofit organization near Fresno State that is dedicated to serving mainly refugees.
Local artist Hana Luna Her, who is in her [...] Continue Reading
My friends, I want to share a word with you.
I’ve been around the sun six dozen times
and each time taught me lessons that are true.
So, listen to my thoughts in words and rhymes.
Our [...] Continue Reading