It’s the weekend, and it’s a SUPER weekend. I couldn’t resist that especially since my Patriots are once again in the Super Bowl.
What are your plans for the weekend? Here in Fresno, we are drying out from a rainy Friday where we saw flooding of some streets and kids riding wake boards being towed by a jeep.
With that in mind, I included a couple of local stories. Hope you don’t mind?
If you remember the TV show In The Heat of the Night and the character “Bubba” played by Alan Autry, then the first story might interest you. It’s about a film project that kicked off this weekend. Check it out.
The rest of the newsletter, a little short since it’s a busy weekend with sports is full of the stories I always curate.
Enjoy your weekend and go Patriots.
Mark & Patti
The former Mayor of Fresno is making headlines again and with a higher purpose. Check out the post below.
Alan Autry is going with a grassroots approach to getting his new movie, “Victory by Submission,” to the public. Instead of waiting to get a theatrical release, selling it to a streaming service or taking the direct-to-video approach, Autry will start by showing his faith-based movie in churches across the country.
How about honey? Do you long for some innovative ideas for producing honey? Here you go!
The honey company’s owner and chief beekeeper is 14-year-old entrepreneur, Jake Reisdorf, a young man who has been in the news since winning the $10,000 grand prize in the CSU Monterey Bay Startup Challenge in May, as well as receiving national recognition by the Score Foundation, which named him Outstanding Young Entrepreneur Small Business.
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Happy St. Patrick’s Day
With St. Patrick’s day just around the corner, McDonald’s has decided to make its secret Shamrock Shake menu official.
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