Sunnyside Deli has been a longtime, beloved institution in the Fresno area, offering classic, delicious sandwiches and service that always came with a smile. When it was announced that the owners would be retiring after 40 years of operating their business, it was very bittersweet for their many, many customers. With so many Sunnyside and […]
When was the last time you and your partner enjoyed a romantic night away? If you’re having to think pretty hard right now to come up with an answer – odds are, you’re long overdue! How about this: just for you, we’ll do the planning and upfront research for you, and create an itinerary you’re […]
If you’re looking to get out there and explore Fresno before the end of the month, you’re in luck! There’s plenty of fun and interesting events and activities for anyone to explore. Let’s take a look at just a few of the fun events you can attend. Theatre: Barefoot in the Park Whether you’re a […]
Today, we mark the 20th anniversary of September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks also called the 9/11 attacks. A day that caused extensive destruction and changed our lives forever. Almost 3,000 people were killed during this attack which triggered an enormous U.S. effort to combat terrorism and defined the presidency of George W. Bush. The said […]
Two new awards for their fine beers! Our friends over at Amalgamation Brewing Company were recently recognized for some of their outstanding beers; here are the details. The California Craft Brewers Cup (CCBC) announced their competition winners on September 28th at a ceremony in Sacramento, CA. Fresno-based brewery Amalgamation Brewing Company took home two medals, the only brewery […]
South East Fresno has a new restaurant you will want to try. Are you one of the many people in pursuit of the perfect crispy chicken sandwich? Or, maybe you are a wing lover, like my 14-year-old son? Pacific Fried Chicken is the perfect place to satisfy your chicken cravings and they just opened near […]
Introducing kids to golf and leadership skills First Tee — Fresno is a youth development golf organization serving the Fresno, Madera, and Tulare Counties. Our mission is to impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values, and promote healthy choicesthrough the game of golf.
Josh Islas and Hayley Islas-Wolf have done it again and despite the challenges of a global pandemic and the red tape associated with opening Fresno’s very first rooftop bar, the Islas-Wolf duo has not only successfully launched Quail State, but they’ve also been preparing to bring us a second Downtown hangout spot with all the […]
Looking for something pleasant to do on a sunny Saturday afternoon? Take a visit to Chandler Executive Airport where you can grab some lunch and watch planes take off and land in a 1940s atmosphere.
My Tower District Favorite is another year older! Happy 4th Birthday Those who know me know that The Revue is not only my favorite coffee shop in town but likely my favorite place to go in town, period. I love the atmosphere, the super nice baristas, the made-from-scratch syrups created especially for Revue by partner […]
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It’s been a tough couple of school years, however, the year ahead offers the promise of the return to large scale in-person learning and many tastes of normalcy such as extra curriculars, after school programs and other much loved and needed educational opportunities. To celebrate the start of the 2021-2022 school year, several community organizations […]
Annesso Pizzeria, located at 8484 N. Friant Road near Trader Joe’s in Northeast Fresno has officially opened for business. This much anticipated second restaurant for well-known local chef Jimmy Pardini features a pizza-focused menu accompanied with New Italian/California Cuisine inspired sides like crispy brussels sprouts with fried capers and super thin and crispy parmesan covered […]
Those that know my family know that we LOVE animals. Especially dogs. We’re dog people. Our three dogs think they’re people too, and freak out when their monthly Bark Box arrives like we do when we get a package. It’s fun for all of us, really. Our dogs make our lives better. That said, they’re […]
According to Wikipedia, Fig Garden is now known as “Old Fig Garden” highlighting its historic background when it contained vast fig gardens. Yet, many locals prefer to call it “Fig Garden”. It is a very popular charming neighborhood with beautiful historic homes on tree-lined streets. Click here to see all the homes we currently have listed in Fig […]
Looking where to Swim & Cool Off in Fresno 2021? Toasty summers are a fact of life for Fresnans, but thankfully you don’t have to dig your own pool to find a great place to cool off. The Fresno area offers multiple public swim locations, swimming lessons, water parks, and splash parks for families to […]
Juliann Love has had a passion for vintage goods and design for as long as she can remember. In 2019 she turned that passion into her own business, Found Collective, by turning her entire home into a showroom for staged pop-up sales of her thoughtfully sourced and curated vintage pieces. Last month, Found Co officially […]
It’s time once again to don your favorite red, white and blue apparel, fire up the grill and get ready to watch fireworks with your friends and family! The 4th of July is just days away and once again we’re here to help you find the perfect spot to view fireworks near you. Here is our […]
Fresno Chaffee Zoo Reopens Play Areas And Exhibits Officials at Fresno Chaffee Zoo announced yesterday – Tuesday, June 15 that with the State of California updating its COVID restrictions and eliminating the tiered system, the Zoo is happy to be able to open areas that have remained closed since March 2020. As of June 15th, […]
As we begin to emerge from our pandemic state of living, one reemergence particularly thrilling to parents and kids is summer camps! Though some camps remain closed this summer and all are affected by having to reduce numbers to allow for social distancing, the great news is that there are several really fun camps still […]
After suffering some setbacks in the 1950s, Fresno’s Lowell Neighborhood is back on course thanks to its highly dedicated neighbors, who are working to make Lowell one of the most interesting and diverse areas in the city.