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  • Fresno's style is predicated on generating steals and three-point attempts.

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  • John Giannini, a lecturer and winemaker at California State University, Fresno's Viticulture and Enology Department, said he supports the idea of washing and reusing bottles, but would like to know more about the sanitation process.

    For New Wine, Vintage Bottles

  • Since the big issue is how to integrate or re-integrate this pioneering Modernist work into Fresno's broader revitalization efforts, I'm not going to fall into the trap of complaining about the poor state of Eckbo's elegantly designed benches, planters and fountains or the sorry state of the plantings (though collectively, these are important and unique, character-defining features in the overall design that should not be sacrificed).

    Charles A. Birnbaum: Modernism, Fresno and the Future of a City's Heart

  • Here's what the City's Web site has to say: The Fulton Mall is a six-block pedestrian mall on the site of Fresno's historic "Main Street."

    Charles A. Birnbaum: Modernism, Fresno and the Future of a City's Heart

  • Maintaining an appropriate body weight will help Fresno's elephants as they age.

    Zoos are cutting calories, increasing exercise for overweight elephants

  • I know for a fact that Meg does not think Fresno is 'awful,' but she does think Fresno's unemployment rate is 'awful.'

    Meg Whitman Slammed By Detroit Mayor For 'Awful' Comment

  • Just weeks ago, this was the site of the city's sprawling tent cities, a haven where Fresno's homeless population had for decades lived inside walls made of scrap metal and roofs made of plastic sheeting.

    Life at the End of the Line

  • Although many had lived there for years,  a wave of media attention in recent months produced just the right mix of funding, initiative, and public pressure needed to finally address one of Fresno's most delicate dilemmas.

    Life at the End of the Line

  • Paul Stack, who works near Fresno's tent city site at Poverello House, a temporary shelter which provides meals, shelter, and other services, says this is the first time in his 14 years in the valley that he can recall a concerted effort to get Fresno's sizeable homeless community into housing, rather than chasing them away.

    Life at the End of the Line

  • Medina responded to Huerta's urging Fresno's home care workers to vote for NUHW by noting that in the UFW she "led the campaign to fire and expel" rank and file workers "because they were independent of the UFW leadership and accountable directly to the members."

    Randy Shaw: UFW Alums on Opposite Sides in Battle for Labor's Future

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