Monthly Archives: May 2017

A&E coverage at The Bee not dead, apparently just on life support.

I did a little update in my WMCT blog about alternative coverage to The Fresno Bee. The update is on The Bee itself. Basically, you can still send them your events, but coverage will likely depend on its clickability* online.    As far as I know, Rory Appleton and Josh Tehee are still technically on the […]

Getting On without The Bee: A few outlets you can use now to pitch your Fresno-area arts events

[UPDATED! 5/11] I said I’d be back with some options for folks in the absence of The Fresno Bee, so here I am!   What I’ve included below is NOT a comprehensive list of outlets for coverage. These are just a handful of go-to’s that have worked well for us when pitching Rogue Festival or independent […]

Donald Munro’s contribution to Fresno theater is immeasurable – clicks or no clicks.

It’s almost like the last few weeks of arts news have been setting me up for Tuesday’s local shocker: That McClatchy Newspapers has gutted coverage of the arts and culture from both print and online. . . and that Donald Munro, the region’s resident arts journalist, was also out of a job. After the announcements […]

The Big List of Fresno Area Theater Openings – Summer 2017

And, now that The Fresno Bee is cutting all of its arts coverage, you may want to bookmark this.  Also, you’ll note that I make no distinction between smaller companies, independent productions, community theater, professional companies, and “semi-pro”. They tend to blend together here in Fresno. So, theater is theater. OPENING IN MAY Fresno Honk! Selma […]