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Annual LUSD Film Festival Award winners and presentations

LINDSAY – Mr. Urbaez and Mr. Totty will introduce the winning film festival learners and share their videos. The names of the learners who placed in the various divisions are as follows: Flyer Creation Winner Karla Lopez 9-12 Video Lewis Cha Agustin Galindo 6-8 Video Anayah Mendez Jasmine Sandoval Emily Mendez Janessa Gurrola Ashley Rodriguez  […]

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Elementary students invited to build performance skills at three-week workshop

@TheSunGazette TULARE – Young actors and singers will have an opportunity to learn and perform the adventure story of Disney’s 101 Dalmatians Kids during the Theatre Company’s third annual Summer Camp. Open to students grades 1-6, the Summer Camp program will help young performers develop their stage skills through three weeks of performance training.  “The […]

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The Marias bring their fusion of jazz, funk and lounge to the Cellar Door on May 12

By Carlotta Harlan Special to the Sun-Gazette VISALIA – Like a dream sequence out of the 1970s, The Marias will hypnotize the audience at the Cellar Door this Saturday, May 12.  Formed in Los Angeles in late 2016, The Marías are the psychedelic-soul lovechild of L.A. native Josh Conway and Puerto Rican-bred, Atlanta-raised María Zardoya, […]

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Downtown Visalia Expo to feature three bands 6 to 11 p.m. on Friday, May 18

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – Why settle for one band when you can book three?  That was the theory behind this year’s musical lineup for the 2018 Downtown Expo from 6 to 11 p.m. on Friday, May 18. In addition to food, drinks and games, downtown Visalia will be rocking with three high energy, local bands with […]

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Woodlake High School presents “Much Ado About Nothing” set in the 1950s

@TheSunGazette WOODLAKE – Woodlake High School’s theater company is taking classic Shakespeare and giving it a retro reduex.  Instead of a sprawling estate off the coast of Sicily, WHS’ spring production of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” is set in the 1950s with songs and dances that will have you tapping your toes and singing […]

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The Slick Rock Student Film Festival May 11 at the Visalia Fox Theater is free to the public

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – El Diamante students Yocelin Ledezma, Matt Olea, Cooper Ross and Shelbi Ojeda created an inspirational sports highlight video entitled Who Will You Be? In it, a voice asks viewers who will they be when they see failure on the horizon or fall to the ground. As the voice describes the challenges in […]

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Community Calendar: June

May   |  July June 1 – Artist reception for Kirk Cruz from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Jon Ginsburg Gallery, 410 E. Race Ave. in Visalia. “Scribblescapes” features Cruz’s most recent work in marker. Register at eventbrite.com. Also on display are works by process-driven artists from The Creative Center. Exhibit will display from May […]

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Lindsay Community Theater’s 2017-2018 Concert Season closes with Jack Wright performing The Songs and Stories of Neil Diamond

@TheSunGazette LINDSAY – The Lindsay Community Theater is bringing a diamond to the rough, well The Songs and Stories of Neil Diamond that is. Starring Jack Wright this is the final concert of the Lindsay Community Theater’s 2017-18 Concert Season.  The Concert is May 12 at 7:30 at the Lindsay Theater, 190 N. Elmwood, Lindsay, […]

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August springs with cumbia

Colombian-inspired music infuses folklorico with Afro beats and Latin lyrics @TheSunGazette VISALIA – For 44 years, the band August has been performing at community events, festivals and nighttime gigs up and down the state. The 11-piece band first formed in 1974 and has been going strong ever since.  The upbeat, uptempo band plays a variety […]

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