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Keeping the Faith: "I'm Sorry, There's Nothing I Can Do."

By Fresno Life magazine, Categories: In Print, Travel, Today

I’ve never considered myself to be a superstitious person, but something happened recently to make me wonder whether I’ve been wrong all along. I’m a big fan of technology. It seems almost everything I do involves the Internet in one way or another. However, I was painfully reminded of the advantages and limitations of technology during a recent trip to Seattle

Patrick Contreras: One Violin, Infinite Possibilities

By Fresno Life magazine, Categories: In Print, Today, Arts+Entertainment

Since his 19th century French violin was smashed at his Tower Theatre concert a few years ago, Patrick Contreras has been known for plugging a solid body electric violin into a Mesa Boogie tube amp and rocking out at high volume. But he has a new, old fiddle and very cool things are happening.

CBO to Know: Fresno Bully Rescue

By Fresno Life magazine, Categories: In Print, Today

Many breeds of dogs are considered bullies, but don’t let their reputations fool you. While breeds like the American pit bull terrier, American Staffordshire terrier, and the American bull dog have long been know as “bully” breeds, even smaller dogs like Boston terriers fall into the category. And they’re not so scary, are they?

L.T. Sue Co. Tea Room & Emporium in Hanford’s China Alley: Preserving History One Cup at a Time

By Fresno Life magazine, Categories: In Print, Travel, Health+Wellness, Food+Drink, Today

Two years ago in March, Banister and Wing’s commitment to preservation and revitalization reached a new level with the opening of their business, L.T. Sue Co. Tea Room & Emporium. The proprietors envision the tea room, located at the corner of Seventh and Green streets in historic China Alley, as a crucial first step in bringing new life to one of Hanford’s oldest and most treasured landmarks.

Getting Away From It All in Fresno’s High Sierra Backyard on the John Muir Trail

By Fresno Life magazine, Categories: In Print, Travel, Health+Wellness, Sports & Rec, Today

People come from all over the world to hike the John Muir Trail (JMT). It starts in Yosemite Valley at the foot of Half Dome and ends at the top of Mt. Whitney (the highest peak in the continental United States) over 200 miles away. The JMT ventures through the high country of the Sierra Nevada mountains that has been made iconic by the words of John Muir and the photography of Ansel Adams. The best part for Fresno residents is that over 100 miles of the trail are in Fresno County, more than in any other county. It’s the farthest getaway you can take while staying close to home.

Talking Autism

By Fresno Life magazine, Categories: In Print, Health+Wellness, Today

Here, in the middle of California, we are in a better position than ever before to meet the challenges associated with autism. But we’re still a long way from having everything we need. More is needed – more support, more services, more funding, more research... more understanding.

Long Story Short: Two Sisters Get Haircuts for a Cause

By Fresno Life magazine, Categories: Fashion+Shopping, In Print, Today

Have long hair and ready for a change that will extend far beyond the salon chair? Take a lesson from sisters Taylor (14) and Haley (16) Wolfe. Both girls are students at Buchanan High School who recently went from long hair to short for a good cause.

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  • SANGER ART HOP AND SHOP EVENT

    10/25/2014
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    #!. The Sanger Art Station at 1533 7th St Suite 308 will feature their resident artists  Kay Owen...


  • The ComeUnity Band

    10/26/2014
    01:00pm — 04:00pm

    Bianchi Winery and Tasting Room will be hosting a Lakeside Concert series, kicking off Sunday, Au...


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  • SANGER ART HOP AND SHOP EVENT

    10/25/2014
    10:00am — 04:00pm

    #!. The Sanger Art Station at 1533 7th St Suite 308 will feature their resident artists  Kay Owen...


  • The ComeUnity Band

    10/26/2014
    01:00pm — 04:00pm

    Bianchi Winery and Tasting Room will be hosting a Lakeside Concert series, kicking off Sunday, Au...


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