We just had a lot of fun with this one. Too much? Yes. Annoying sometimes? Yes. But good times. Dorktown's first ever guest, Aaron "The La Selva Beach Connection" comes back and gets rude with the gang. As usual we talk (over each other) about: Fresno, Clovis, craft beer, beer beer, Gold Lays, sexy Armenians, extra holes, other podcasts and so on. We also play a mega Or Game/Forit Or Againit/Is It Metal.
A fresh episode of Dorktown is here to start your new week off. It's maybe more local talk and cussing than you could want or need but it's free so suck it up. Seriously though, thanks for listening and tell your cool friends. They'll hear stuff like:
New WWE tag team: Dork Town.
Low budget marketing with $1 shamrocks.
The best time to go to Art Hop is when you're invisible.
Hey Dorktown listeners, long and interesting one with local musician Luke Freeman from Brother Luke and the Comrades. The Dorktown crew gets to drink some beer and hang out with Luke and talk about a buncha cool junk. Stuff like:
Road trip time for Dorktown as Mikey and Bells tour the 99, 580 and 101 as they head up to Santa Rosa. Why would somebody leave Fresno to visit Santa Rosa? Beer. Pliny The Younger at Russian River Brewery, to be more specific.
Along the way there's talk of: Clovis, fog, first Fresno jobs, Bullard & Palm, Casa Corona, Pliny The Younger, beer-ride wait times, drinking, puking, Santa Rosa, sponsorship and Fonzy Eyyys.
Fresno is now complete. Went to Yardhouse over the weekend.
Food: good. Atmosphere: good (the keg room is especially impressive). Beer: excellent. So I think we're pretty done here people with chain restaurants moving in to town. It's not going to get better than this (we're kinda over waiting for a Dave & Busters), so let's just call it good.
Now, if somebody would get to work on "Fresno's" for us we're set.
The Fresnan is a blog drunk on Fresno's sweet sweet booze.
We like posting about local music and random Fresno culture junk. We like Downtown, tri-tip, South of Shaw battles, tamales and remembering when there was a fig orchard at Herndon & Palm. We like to occasionally go to River Park but tell people we never go there.