When it comes to treating employees fairly in these cutthroat economic times, I’m resigned to the Genghis Kahn mindset of big business bosses. Such notions as treating people with respect and honoring years of service to a company seem positively
Another episode of the Fresnophile podcast Flowing with Famous is uploaded and ready for you to enjoy. Once again I sit down with podcast guru Mike Seay to talk Fresno arts, entertainment, politics and more. This episode is a quick
Now that we’ve all celebrated the independence of America (or ‘Merca, as the hipters were so found of Tweeting), we can cap the weekend off right — by catching some live music. Always here to help you out, let me
In the days following the publication last week of my new e-book, “The Company We Keep,” about the 40th anniversary of Good Company Players, I’ve been receiving lots of comments and memories from readers. It’s quite sweet, actually — it
The fact that voice actors Laura Bailey and Travis Willingham are married has more perks than just being able to ride share to a recording session. They also have used their work as the voices of Black Widow and Thor
Here is a show that is sure to bring joy to even the darkest-hearted goth fans. The seminal deathrock/goth band Christian Death plays Fulton 55, Oct. 11, as part of its “American Inquisition Tour 2013.” The bill also includes locals
Actors often get closely associated with certain roles. Tom Hanks always gets asked about “Forrest Gump” while Christopher Reeve was best known for playing Superman to his dying day. I had a chance to talk with Ron Livingston for his
The Train Depot has identified its new home and plans to reopen in a month or two.
Charlie Day, one of the twisted minds behind “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” is always a fun interview. That’s why it was so great to talk to him twice in a month, first for his voice work in “Monsters University”
North India Bar & Grill has closed after five years. “People are not into Indian overall, generally speaking,” the owner said.