The Lede, a new Granville urban development, held a grand opening event Wednesday, Sept. 28. The name of the development, which is located at Fulton and Stanislaus Streets across from the original Fresno Bee building in downtown Fresno, pays homage to a print journalism term.
The Lede, a new Granville urban development, held a grand opening event Wednesday, Sept. 28. The name of the development, which is located at Fulton and Stanislaus Streets across from the original Fresno Bee building in downtown Fresno, pays homage to a print journalism term. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
The Lede, a new Granville urban development, held a grand opening event Wednesday, Sept. 28. The name of the development, which is located at Fulton and Stanislaus Streets across from the original Fresno Bee building in downtown Fresno, pays homage to a print journalism term. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

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Joshua Tehee is a Renaissance man. He writes about music and pop culture. He plays in a band. Bowls. Commutes on his bike. And is a cheerleader for Fresno. His column is all about exploring Fresno's culture. Email Joshua at jtehee@fresnobee.com or call him at 559-441-6759.