When blogs are at their best, they entertain, inspire and spark healthy debate that lingers for weeks. FresnoDad aspires to those heights, but admittedly we’re still miles away. We’re still in our infancy, looking to find our voice, while others qualify as a must-read every week. The Fresnan is definitely in that class. Blogger Mike… Continue reading Time for Fresno to come together, not move further apart
Prepped for Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards by catching a matinee showing of “Fences” and was blown away by the acting of the small but incredible cast as well as the lightning-quick dialogue. Wasn’t sure what to expect having never seen the play by August Wilson, but so glad we took the time to catch… Continue reading Monday musings: On ‘Fences,’ Chris Berman and ‘Girl Meets World’
According to Adweek, Bud Light has cancelled the “The Bud Light Party” ad campaign, which featured the unlikely ticket of Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen. Unlike Jeb Bush, Mario Rubio and so many others, Bud Light waited too long to exit the race. Really, this campaign should never have received the green light. Schumer and… Continue reading Bud Light cancels Amy Schumer-Seth Rogan campaign, and not a day too soon
Celebrate Community Media Day with CMAC! Thursday, October 20 is being celebrated across the nation as Community Media Day, and CMAC is participating with several special events: All Day: Public tours at CMAC. Already a member? Bring a friend, tell a friend! 1:30pm: Presentation of a “Community Media Day” proclamation at Fresno City Hall during… Continue reading Celebrate CMAC with two upcoming public events
Look, we get it. The Fresno State football team is having another abysmal season, and even the most ardent fans have stopped paying attention at this point. The team will be lucky to finish with three wins, head coach Tim DeRuyter is likely gone at the end of the season, and the stadium figures to be… Continue reading Fresno Bee might as well ditch print edition
I always thought I’d be the one to break up with Examiner.com. We were together for nearly seven years, which is the equivalent of 22 years online. Approximately 134 print newspapers went out of business during that stretch, but Examiner.com kept plugging away.