California · Health

Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula recognized as 2018 March of Dimes Legislative Champion

Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula (D–Fresno) received the 2018 March of Dimes Legislative Champion Award on May 22 in a special presentation before more than 60 volunteers and staff at the annual March of Dimes day of advocacy and awareness. Volunteers came from across the state to Sacramento to educate legislators about the March of Dimes mission and… Continue reading Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula recognized as 2018 March of Dimes Legislative Champion

California · Central Valley · Travel

Giant Sequoia National Monument Billboards Point to Economic Value of Designation

Last month marked two important anniversaries for Giant Sequoia National Monument. First, April 15th signaled the 18th anniversary of the monument’s designation. Nine days later, April 24th struck the one-year anniversary of President Trump’s order for the Department of Interior to review over 20 years of national monument designations. The latter passed with a whisper of the threat still… Continue reading Giant Sequoia National Monument Billboards Point to Economic Value of Designation

Family · Pets

Give Your Pup The Gift of Real Grass With Fresh Patch

Dogs instinctively want to go on real grass, so training with Fresh Patch is a breeze. This simple, easy subscription box provides real grass training pads that are all-natural, and completely safe to use in the home. Fully disposable, there is no cleaning or maintenance – simply replace your discarded unit with a new Fresh Patch when… Continue reading Give Your Pup The Gift of Real Grass With Fresh Patch

Central Valley · Entertainment

Study shows Fresno is a top-10 area for live music fandom

Here’s hoping last weekend’s hugely successful — and yes, incident-free — Grizzly Fest sparks a new wave of concert activity in Fresno. Judging by a recent study from SeatGeek, Fresno is thirsting for more events like Grizzly Fest, which featured more than 30 music acts (including Snoop Dogg, Night Riots and Foster the People) and… Continue reading Study shows Fresno is a top-10 area for live music fandom

Central Valley · Food · Travel

Visit Yosemite Madera County Celebrating the Royal Wedding With A Royal Tour and High Tea in Style

With the royal wedding fast approaching, excitement is building up in Madera County as American Meghan Markle marries Prince Harry. Visit Yosemite Madera County and Erna’s Elderberry House is celebrating the royal wedding with a royal tour starting at Hearst Castle, then to Erna’s Elderberry House, finishing at the Majestic Hotel in Yosemite National Park.… Continue reading Visit Yosemite Madera County Celebrating the Royal Wedding With A Royal Tour and High Tea in Style

Central Valley · Family · Fundraising

14th annual “Music in the Meadow” fundraiser set for June 2 in Coarsegold

The 14th annual Music in the Meadow will be held Saturday, June 2, at the Coarsegold Historic Museum. This year’s event will feature the acclaimed Executive Rockers, a local favorite who perform oldies, classic rock, and country. This fundraising event will run from Noon to 4 p.m. and will feature displays from local museums. Admission is only $10.… Continue reading 14th annual “Music in the Meadow” fundraiser set for June 2 in Coarsegold

Central Valley · Food

Celebrate with a ‘Toast of Oakhurst’

Visit Yosemite Madera County is excited to announce “Toast of Oakhurst,” a collaboration of Oakhurst’s three award-winning hand-crafted fine beverage producers, Idle Hour Winery, Oakhurst Spirits and South Gate Brewing Co., coming together to celebrate and provide visitors a unique experience of their individual offerings all located at the south gate entrance to Yosemite National… Continue reading Celebrate with a ‘Toast of Oakhurst’