For a quarantined Juan Felipe Herrera, the need for our creative voice is greater than ever
The former U.S. poet laureate talks with guest reporter Manuel Hernandez about the importance of empathy, his current work and role as an inspiring poet in troubled times.
Tuesday pick: Boone, Zoom, Ghana, good friends and lots of ‘JOY’
A virtual reunion is part of a Jazz at the Library event June 16 sponsored by Jazz Fresno.
As the nation bristles and weeps, Fresno actors mark the murder of George Floyd
The Fools Collaborative brings together a cast of Black actors in a performance piece. The online performance went live on Facebook.
Zounds! Fresno-based group becomes an online Shakespeare powerhouse
Renee Newlove and Jeremy Hitch find a digital way to celebrate the Bard.
THE QUARANTINE CHRONICLES
We can be thankful for Broadway, cellists, art postcards, Meg Clark and forgetting the mute button
Updated May 29: 'New Wrinkles' celebrates 'opening night.' Is Ryan David Torres still in his 'Mame' phase? Plus: Limor Toren-Immerman talks about sheltering-in-place with her violin.