Crystal Hodges spent the past four months working with 50 artists from around the world seeing how they would depict her in regard to the port wine stain birthmark on her face. She says the "Embrace You" social experiment allowed her to help others feel comfortable as they are, to see how everyone sees us differently and to understand how everyone is beautiful.
John WalkerThe Fresno Bee
50 artists, 50 interpretations of one woman
Alena Garver leads off as young dancers perform at Millennium Dance Complex
Alena Garver featured as Millennium Dance Complex students perform to Missy Elliott's 'I'm Better'
Couple tied the knot at the place where they first met
Children with autism can focus on farm animals while the stylist focuses on their hair
He’s the only stagecoach driver/park ranger in the National Park Service
18-year-old Carson Petersen gets a family after a long journey through foster care
Listen to the work of Hank Oliver, Choinumni tribal leader, 1926-2017
Fresno's Richard Martinez III is very accomplished - and now he's going to Harvard
Fresno's airport barber cut John Lennon's hair. Imagine.
See what happened after a 98-year-old started painting
These kids don't have a lot, but they're giving to help others
The way Yosemite's Burrel “Buckshot” Rambo Maier tells it, he's living the good life. He's made visitors happy driving them around Yosemite as the the only stagecoach driver/park ranger in the National Park Service.
He cut the hair of John Lennon, his favorite celebrity. Now Nick Palomares, a fixture at Fresno Yosemite International Airport, celebrates a 45-year career barbering at the airport. He reminisces about cutting Lennon’s hair when he barbered in San Francisco. His airport shop is full of memorabilia.
Blaire Strohn’s bright personality belies the disease she carries with her - cystic fibrosis - that limits her lung capacity to one-fifth of normal. In a decision she made with her pulmonologist, Dr. David Lee, center director of the UCSF, Fresno cystic fibrosis program, she postponed signing up for lung transplant surgery until after she could graduate from Fresno State.