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Abandoned cemetery south of Selma dates from 1870s

These three things are long gone: The small, abandoned original Odd Fellows cemetery south of Selma, which is the final resting place of a pioneering local family; Pierre’s Drive In, which served up hamburgers with a French flair; and some older streets in Fresno are paved with concrete that is no longer used here.

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Ask Me: International Institute helped immigrants learn, share cultures

Fresno’s International Institute helped immigrants learn English and American customs and also showcased their cuisines and cultures to the community at Old World’s Fair. Karsh’s Bakery cheesecake used baker’s cheese, not cream cheese, to make it yummy. Nearly a century ago, Del Rey had two weekly newspapers – briefly.

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Ask Me: Fresno crossing signals talk to pedestrians

Several crossing signals at intersections around Fresno, such as the one at Tulare and P streets in downtown Fresno, are equipped with verbal warnings to alert people who are visually impaired to the signal changes.
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Ask Me: Fresno crossing signals talk to pedestrians

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The story behind National Hardware rock-decorated wall

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A guide to Fresno Greek Fest's tasty food