Starting May 18th, on the 3rd Friday of every month from 7-10 pm, live bands will be playing at select venues on Fulton
As part of Fresno’s Downtown Academy Class 6, I was able to visit all five of the breweries slated to be on the
Pedro Urena is a local artist and photographer from Fresno. He has been photographing and making the Fresno photo coasters for two years
Grocery delivery services are popping up all over Fresno. You can choose from Instacart, Amazon Fresh, Vons Delivery, and Walmart Grocery Pick-up. Here’s
A few days ago, I celebrated one year in my cute little Tower District home! It has been quite the year, with tons
A dollar doesn’t always go the same distance in different cities. There are cities in the United States where everyday items cost a
There are so many great schools in Fresno to choose from. There are dozens of charter and magnet schools within the Fresno Unified
July is the hottest month of the year in Fresno with temperatures rising into the triple digits. When it gets this hot, sometimes
There’s no denying that the craft beer scene is taking the nation by storm, with California being the epicenter of the movement. According
Confession: I’m a sucker for live music. Pair that music with delicious food, great company and the outdoors, and I’ve found myself a
There’s nothing like a fresh taco from one of our local food trucks. Whether it’s the Pulled Pork, Tri-tip, Mac N
Sometimes you just don’t want to leave your dog at home. Luckily, there are a number of dog-friendly businesses in Fresno that you
What’s Happening in Tower?
Before you read, a few disclaimers: 1) I am a self-proclaimed foodie, but appreciate the dive as much as
Are you tired of driving around that same pothole every day? Tired of looking at graffiti on your walk to the bus? Notice
Fresno State has ranked as the 25th best university in the nation, alongside seven Ivy League universities, five UC universities, and Stanford University.
Guest Post: Best Hiking Spots Near Fresno
Rebecca Miller guest blogs today, giving us the scoop on the best places for day hikes
According to a recent police report, the crime rates in the Tower District from May and June to July and August have reduced
Downtown Academy is a year long program that imparts knowledge and insight into the heartbeat of Downtown, as well as a sense of ownership
US News published a list last week of the best metro areas to live, if you love the outdoors. They rated
Food trucks have become quite popular in Fresno, and not just among the younger generations. There have been multiple locations where food trucks
With Fresno being a huge agricultural industry, it’s no surprise that there are a lot of great farmer’s markets to get fresh and
Thrillist, a national online food and travel magazine, recently named Fresno as one of the best Cities in America for Street Art. Referring
What are Flex Alerts?
Flex Alerts are a way to get the word out to conserve energy when the power supply is low.
Fresno is working to become a more bicycle friendly city to ensure the safety of bicyclists. The non-profit Cultiva la
There are a lot of construction projects going on in Downtown Fresno. Here are a couple of changes that are underway:
The New Valley Dream Center opened its facilities this week to host a tour to friends, volunteers, partners and law enforcement. In
Minor League Baseball Announced on Thursday that our Fresno Grizzlies were voted Beat Team for 2015. After winning the Triple-A National Championship on September
As the old saying goes, to change the world you have to start somewhere. An organization headquartered here in the Central Valley is
Storyland, a local 60-year old Rotary park has re-opened after a long break. They usually close for the winter and re-open in the
According to Freddie Mac’s Multi-Indicator Market Index® (MiMi®), as of August 2015, Fresno CA has the most stable metro housing
According to an article recently published in the Huffington Post, the pay gap for Women in Fresno is statistically closest to the
Fresno is in top 5 U.S. Cities Bouncing Back Strongest From the Recession, says Brookings Institution »
The Brookings Institution, a Washington DC Based nonprofit public policy organization focused on conducting high-quality, independent research recently published their annual
A ceremonial ground breaking for the California high speed rail is scheduled this Tuesday, January 6th in Fresno. 1200 community leaders have been invited
The New Cities Foundation, a visionary organization focused on future urban development hosts annual summit events internationally.
“Real-estate website Trulia.com put the Central Valley community on its list of 10 housing markets to watch in 2015, alongside coastal cities and
Fresno was listed as the #8 Destination for retirees looking to escape cold winters. The criteria for choosing cities was based on Median