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Healing thru helping

Time and again it has been shown that helping others can help ease the burden of emotional suffering. Whether through volunteering or donating to charity giving one’s time and energy to a noble cause gives hope and purpose to those struggling with their own troubles. There is no greater example of this than at A&F […]

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Visalia Teen Idol

Gracing the stage of the L.J. Williams Theater, tomorrow’s top teen stars will face a panel of celebrity judges to compete for the title of Visalia Teen Idol 2015 and you’re invited! After a rigorous audition process, 10 Visalia teens were chosen to compete in this year’s competition. The City of Visalia Parks & Recreation […]

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All Hail the Kings

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard are a conundrum, from their anomalous name to the hypnotic sounds they produce. Since their formation the band has refused to fit into a mold making them a rarity in the music world. On Thursday, August 27 they will perform at the Cellar Door to debut their most recent […]

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Demolition Derby rolls through Tulare

The 96th annual Tulare County Fair, Sept. 16-20, will offer three nights of loud, fun Motor Sports shows. The Motor Sports series begins with a tractor pull on Thursday, Sept. 17, free with Fair admission. Gates open at 6 p.m.; the pull begins at 7 p.m. The pull is free with gate admission. Pullers from […]

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Fair announces comedy, R&B shows

The Tulare County Fair’s Budweiser Concert Series will open with comedian Paul Rodriguez on Wednesday, Sept. 16, followed on Saturday, Sept. 19, with R&B favorites Rose Royce. Rodriguez has been a comedian and actor for over 30 years. Born in Mexico and raised in East Los Angeles, Rodriguez was named number 74 on Comedy Central’s […]

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CCPRA Rodeo and dance to kick off Tulare County Fair

The Tulare County Fair Foundation will benefit from the Fair’s 2nd annual kick-off rodeo at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12. Gates open at 5 p.m. Tickets are available online at www.tcfair.org for $10 per person if purchased before the event date or $13 per person at the gate. VIP passes are available for $65 […]

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‘Shave the Brave’ and ‘Chili Cook-Off’ return for BraveFest

Visalia-based Wish Upon A Star announced that its BraveFest event featuring the 12th annual Shave the Brave and the 3rd Annual Chili Bean Cook-Off. There will be live music, family activities, beer garden, food & drink for purchase, raffle and informational booths. BraveFest will take place on Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Garden Street Plaza, […]

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Community Calendar

AUGUST August 22 – Exeter Volunteer Firefighter Poker Run Registration is at 8 a.m. and the event begins at 10 a.m. at the Exeter Memorial Building, 324 N. Kaweah. For more information, contact Larry Mayfield at 559-786-1775. August 27 – The Lunch Box, 112 N. Court St. in Visalia, will host Comedy Blast featuring Eli […]

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A hobby that is really taking off

Joe Minatta has been fascinated with flight for as long as he can remember. His childhood room was filled with aviation: posters of planes hung on the walls, model airplanes lined the shelves and his first control line model airplane sat on the nightstand next to his bed. “I’ve loved airplanes my whole life,” Minatta […]

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A charming man performs in Visalia

For many musically conscious youth, growing up in the late ’80s and early ’90s, The Smiths and Morrissey were the soundtrack to their adolescence. As time passes there is no greater example, of music aging well than Morrissey. On Saturday, Aug. 29 Morrissey will perform to a full house at the Fox Theater. Like so […]

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