The Australian stand-up comedian, known for his “Freedumb” comedy special on Netflix, talks about his famous bit on gun control and why he’s OK with not being universally loved as a comic. He will perform in Fresno on Friday, July 29.
Fierce Creatures break a two-year hiatus to perform at the Summer Sweat block party in downtown Fresno. The all-day event is a collaboration with the band’s Catacomb Party festival and will feature more than a dozen local and touring performers.
In another major concert announcement for Fresno’s Save Mart Center, county super star Garth Brooks announced he will return to the city after 19 years. The Sept.r 24 date will feature Brook’s wife, country star Trisha Yearwood. Tickets for the show go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 5.
A super performance by Viggo Mortensen combined with a smart script by Matt Ross makes ‘Captain Fantastic” one of the best movies of the year. It offers a deep examination of parenting, family, excess, isolationism, hope and the challenge of making the right decisions.
Owners of the Sierra Vista Cinemas and Regal Manchester Stadium 16 have filed to get a permit that would allow them to sell beer and wine. The move is part of a growing trend at theaters across the country.
The zombie horde is coming – in the form an an interactive apocalypse simulation, complete with Nerf guns. Zombies - Nerf Attack happens Saturday, Oct. 1 in conjunction with the release of the film “Zombies” and National Zombie Day.
The trade publication Pollstar released its midyear recap of the live music industry. We thought it was a good time to examine and review Fresno’s live music scene in 2016 so far. It’s doing better than ever.
Donald Trump says he was using sarcasm when he prodded Russia to unearth Hillary Clinton's missing emails. But Democrats aren't likely to let the Republican presidential nominee's extraordinary comments simply fade away.