Benaddiction and Dethrone MMA have teamed up to create a menu for those looking to lighten up at breakfast and lunch. This delicious new menu is now available in north Fresno.
We all know you can borrow books from the Fresno County Public Library for free, but the library offers much, much more. Here are 10 things you didn’t know you can do at the library.
Last weekend, the Fresno Historical Society presented “Voices From the Past: a Living History Cemetery Tour.” This is just one of the fascinating programs the society puts on throughout the year.
The American Red Cross of the Central Valley is seeking volunteers to help install free smoke alarms in Fresno homes while educating families on the importance of home fire safety.
In this guest post from Valley Sweat Life, learn all about the high-intensity sensation High Fitness, which is gaining in popularity across the Central Valley.
On Tuesday, hundreds will gather at Fresno State’s Armenian Genocide Monument to commemorate the many lives lost in the first genocide of the 20th century.
There’s so much to do this weekend, including Vintage Days, Psychic Faire, Renaissance Faire, a Cemetery Tour, and more. What are your weekend plans?
With the goal of self-care, many Fresnans are turning to magical practices for guidance and healing. Learn all about Tarot, and how it may help you find what you’re seeking.
Just three hours outside of Fresno, the San Francisco Exploratorium is a great day or weekend trip for anyone with a love of science and the arts.
The Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad is an educational and fun experience not to be missed! The railroad is officially open for the season, and we’ve got the details on what to expect.
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The Fresno Chamber of Commerce is seeking participants for its 2018 Leadership Fresno class. If you’re a community-minded leader in your field, this opportunity may be for you.
Looking for a new favorite hangout? Visit these local coffee spots in Fresno and Clovis, and get your caffeine fix anywhere, anytime.
There’s so much to do this weekend, including Earth Day 2018, a Prince tribute show, Spring Cultural Faire at the Shinzen Friendship Garden, and more. What are your weekend plans?
Downtown Fresno’s Fulton Street needs your vote to help win a $25,000 cash prize in a national contest hosted by Independent We Stand. Vote every day until April 22.
Saturday, April 14, is the Earth Day Fresno 2018 celebration! There will be vendors, fun demonstrations, kids activities, a March for Science, and free admission to Fresno Art Museum.
Today, the Central California Women’s Conference awarded grants totaling $100,000 to 81 Valley non-profits. Learn how the CCWC helps the community in other ways.
Fulton Street Coffee is now open for business in downtown Fresno. Here is the story of how this local business came into being.
Respite by the River is your chance to enjoy food, wine, music, and literature along the San Joaquin River. The series kicks off Wednesday, April 11, and runs through September.
It might seem early, but now is the time to register for summer camps. From the Chaffee Zoo to the Discovery Center to local parks, there are adventures to be had this summer in Fresno!
A Fresno park project will receive a $20,000 grant from the National Recreation Park Association and The Walt Disney Company, and it’s up to you to vote which one.