- Chicken Shack + the crazy artwork on the Chicken Shack building on Renoir corner on Fulton.
- Devin Nunes Fresno Bee attack ad.
- Parks and Safety tax? City council says, nah.
- Should fireworks be legal in Fresno?
On this episode, we are going to deep dive into the Grizzly Fest being held at Woodward Park. Does it belong there? Is it good for Fresno? These kinds of questions are asked.
Some other topics, Herb Bauer is closing and it sucks, something is coming to take away your view of the Security Bank Building, the Queens of the Stone Age show was awesome but it exposed a Fresno weakness, were we fed a lie about Fulton Street, and much more!
All the Fresno talk, is here: FlowingWithFeb18.mp3
36.7MB | 1:20:36 | Some Bad Language
BAND OF THE EPISODE: The Morning Drive.
Get in on some of the Fresno we talk about this episode!:
The City Of Fresno rejected a bus banner ad last week and it sent us all to Twitter and Facebook to bitch...so you know we're going to talk about that on Flowing. We also cover a lot of retail closings and openings in Fresno (Asada burittos in Fashion Fair? Yes. That works). One of us also took a trip to Yosemite and will be taking YARTS next time, me thinks. All that and more Fresno talk plus Band Of The Episode: Whitey Morgan.
Listen for these:
A couple big Vons in Fresno are closing and Mikey cries. Manchester Center might be getting a makeover. New stuff at Fresno State. Are Fresno's parks being forgotten in Fresno's new budget? A William Saroyan hangout is closing. Fresno's Meet Me In Montauk is played. Is The Fresno Police Department really doing community outreach? Steve Brandau be acting crazy again.
Alllll that Fresno and more on a new Flowing With Famous:
DIRECT DOWNLOAD: ManchesterCenterRebootFWF.mp3
Talkin' Fresno's lack of parks, the top patios in Fresno, a new CEO for Downtown Fresno Partnership, the music lineup for the Fresno Fair and more.