Fresno and the Central Valley are booming with interesting and new enterprises, events, artists, restaurants, and businesses. The Fresno Flyer is about bringing those things together into one easy-to-find place while putting a heavy emphasis on supporting local.

We’re a magazine styled newspaper loaded with a little bit of something for everyone. Sometimes we focus on local music. Other times, it’s local arts. But more often than not it’s a mixture of things; music, entertainment, and spotlights on various non-profits, events or even the people behind the local businesses of the Central Valley. Our goal is to connect readers like yourself to the ever growing and evolving community around you.


A Japanese Oasis

Hidden just under your nose as one of the Central Valley’s best-kept secrets is the Shinzen Friendship Garden in Fresno’s Woodward Park. By Will Freeney | memo247365@gmail.com Have you ever thought it would be nice to get away, to find beauty and serenity that takes you outside the mundane surroundings and events of your daily …

Breaking the Chains

An organization dedicated to helping victims find life beyond their trauma. by Lisa Talley | lisa@fresnoflyer.com Human Trafficking is the ugly buzz word that has been on the rise in Fresno’s ear increasingly within the last few years. The high rates of concentrated poverty, the suspiciously discreet location of motels along Golden State, and the …

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