Tag archives for San Joaquin Valley
According to the clean energy advocacy group One Block Off the Grid, the solar capital of the United States is Fresno.
The David of Sassoon Statue a landmark in downtown Fresno for over forty years, is a focal point of pride for local Armenian-Americans.
One thing I miss most about Fresno is its architecturally rich and occasionally vibrant downtown. One example is the Pacific Southwest Building.
Thanks to the hash tag #ModelLife, Fresno has the highest per capita of models of any other place in the USA, if not the world.
I’ve accepted a position in the Middle East to work within Masdar as a communications specialist for DC-based APCO. Home will be Abu Dhabi, UAE.
I recently wrote an article in Fresno Life Magazine about Dr. Bradley Wajda, a psychiatrist who has practiced in the San Joaquin Valley for over 20 years.
Living amongst some of the world’s most amazing farms and orchards is a huge bonus from living in the San Joaquin Valley.
Holy Trinity Church of Fresno had its 100th Blessing of the Grapes picnic yesterday at the California Armenian Home in Sunnyside.
Last weekend, the Catacomb Festival in its second annual run showed how downtown Fresno could become a vital city center.
For a recent article about environmental justice in Fresno, I had an email exchange with the Environmental Protection Agency’s District 9 office.
A strong and growing environmental justice movement is taking shape in Fresno and the San Joaquin Valley, with faith-based organizations taking the lead.
I will not be cycling across a country anytime soon, but I did have fun bicycling during the local Fresno IBikeFresno.org challenge month.