The first episode of Season 2 debuted Tuesday. Like last year, I’ll be a regular on the show. This episode features Amy Querin from Fresno Dance Collective, a re-enactment of the The Great Bobblehead Fiasco of 2012â„¢ and a dramatic reading of a Yelp! review. In my segment, I’m talking about concerts in October and my main man Baby Oz makes a cameo.
In other Gotta Love Fresno news: “Street Scene,” the profile series from My Indie Nation, was also picked to continue. New episodes should be debuting soon. For now, though, you can watch Season 1 interviews with people such as Chris Daniel, Ryan C. Jones and Aaron Gomes.
The folks at GottaLoveFresno.com did a great job of capturing the fun of Beehive Birthday 7. Check out the video below, which is probably the one and only time you’ll see me in a tiara. You can thank the ladies from I Heart Fresno for that. Thanks again to everybody who came out or helped out.
I’ve had the occasion of drink alcohol with gents from all of these programs and I can attest they are all fine imbibers — but it’ll be interesting to see whose can mix the best drink. Given the contestants, I’m guessing they’ve got something creative planned to get your money.
OK, guys. We’re a day away from Beehive Birthday 7 at Rotary Playland. I know it’s a soggy day today, but the forecast is clear for the party. Let’s all just keep our fingers crossed.
A few of the key details: The party runs from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults. Kids 12 and under are free. Rides are unlimited for everybody once you’re in. Keep reading for all the fun and Fresnocentric things we have planned and the long list of prizes you could win. We hope to see you there!
The Valley’s new online video portal GottaLoveFresno.com — I wrote about previously here — got its official launch this morning at downtown eatery Brick. Mayor Ashley Swearengin introduced the new site and many of the local folks who create content for the site were there to mingle. The Bee’s John Walker was there too — to snap some photos. See his entire gallery here.
Much like YouTube, anybody can upload content to Gotta Love Fresno. Unlike YouTube, the folks behind Gotta Love Fresno invested in our local Internet community, commissioning new, original shows from some faces you’re probably familiar with. (Because it needs to be said: Kudos to Comcast to shelling out some money and getting behind some proven voices, instead of just recycling content.)
Gotta Love Fresno has three clip-style shows that’ll have new episodes weekly: