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A-list musicians bring the ‘Real Deal’ to Visalia

Pete Ortega and the Real Deal brings some of the music industry’s best musicians together for a soulful show @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Song lyrics are what hold our attention, but rhythm, riffs, beats and bass lines are what grab it. History always remembers the frontmen and solo artists when some of the greatest works come […]

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Inaugural Hot Fudge Sundae Run will be Aug. 19 at Mooney Grove; benefits Visalia Boys & Girls Club

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Instead of going for a Sunday drive this weekend, why not try a Sundae Run!  Visalia’s Inaugural Hot Fudge Sundae Run is taking place this Sunday, Aug. 19 at Mooney Grove Park in Visalia. Participants can either do a 5K Run or 2K Walk at the park in a race that ends […]

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Girl Scouts cancel record-breaking s’mores event

Girl Scouts of Central California South will donate 240 packages of their S’mores cookies to local firefighters @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Breathing in a little fire smoke while toasting marshmallows to break a world record for S’mores is one thing, but wheezing from the poor air quality filling the air from California’s record breaking wildfire season […]

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Vasquez ‘does what he wants’ on new album

@TheSunGazette VISALIA– Matthew Logan Vasquez is feeling optimistic. That’s not necessarily apparent the first time you spin his new full-length solo album. Each track on “Matthew Logan Does What He Wants” feels urgent and intense. Impatient landlords, financial woes and other frustrations fan the agitation embedded in the opening track, “Same.” Isolation darkens the brooding […]

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Chamber’s Oktoberfest Sept. 28 at Vossler Farms

@TheSunGazette VISALIA– For the fifth year, the Visalia Chamber of Commerce will host Oktoberfest at Vossler Farms Pumpkin Patch in Visalia, California on Friday, Sept. 28. This annual community festival will feature food, beer and wine tastings, local vendors and live music. Building on the success of last year’s record breaking attendance, Oktoberfest 2018 is […]

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Lemon Cove lifts up prayer choir

Celebrant Singers return from 10-day mission in Puerto Rico thanks to the generosity of a small community By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN LEMON COVE – Since 1977 Jon Stemkoski and The Celebrant Singers have conducted musical mission trips in all 50 states, all Canadian Provinces, and to countries worldwide. This Saturday, Aug. 11, they return home from […]

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Church of God of Prophecy to show “The Star” at Aug. 18 movie night in Farmersville

@TheSunGazette FARMERSVILLE – Movies have the power to inspire us in ways that books and music can’t. The combination of emotion, action, score, sound, and direction all contribute to an experience unrivaled by other forms of entertainment. But these experiences can either be extremely negative or extremely positive depending on the film. In an effort […]

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13th annual Shakespeare in the Plaza, put on by Lindsay Community Theatre, runs Aug. 16 to 25

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY– Summer is embarking on its final months of the season and the people of Lindsay are ready to enjoy some not so sweltering evenings out in the Plaza. Fortunately the Lindsay Community Theatre (LCT) is prepared to give them a show beginning on Aug. 16. Starting at dusk (approximately 8 p.m.) LCT will […]

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Planetarium debuts ‘Secrets of Gravity’ show Friday, Aug. 17

@TheSunGazette VISALIA– The Peña Planetarium acquired a new program entitled The Secrets of Gravity – In the Footsteps of Albert Einstein. The show, which is designed for fourth- to eighth-grade audiences, follows the adventures of 12-year-old Luke, a young magician’s apprentice, who is far more interested in the universe and its secrets than in magic […]

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