Cross Streets #6 – Fresno & Belmont

Posted by BryanJune 4, 2010 - 5:02pm

Join Roque and Bryan as they explore the city of Fresno
one cross street at a time in this ongoing web series.

View all the episodes at dumbdrum.com/cross-streets/

 
 

19 Comments

  • Gil Vasquez says:

    Thanks for pointing out Kristys Doughnuts….that place should be a historical landmark. The only place to get doughnuts, hamburgers & Chinese food! I like the gratuitous Stefani Booroojian shot…..great job!

  • Best episode so far. Two thumbs up. Please let me know how the Chinese filled donuts were. Seems like such a fitting episode for National Donut Day. Good work guys.

  • Heather says:

    That shirt is yellow, B!

  • Vince says:

    The last :30 is genius!

  • @willkimbley says:

    Love this episode, but it would have been cool if you had covered Yokomi Science & Technology Elementary and the Boys and Girls Club that are right nearby.

    • Bryan says:

      Thanks for watching! We only cover what's right at the cross street. Perhaps we'll catch them on another episode!

  • Ro Wei says:

    U guys tap the roots of Fresno- don't stop that feel'n….

  • Dixie Salazar says:

    Great fun– and shows your appreciation for Fresno landmarks. Only thing is you head off to eat at all these places and we don't hear how it was. How was that Korean food?

  • Aileen Imperatrice says:

    I do like that skyscraper donut place idea, not so sure I want a giant spinning clown that's too close to my nightmares!

  • Ari says:

    Actually, there are other places in the city that also do the donuts-hamburgers-chinese-tacos-etc. This is the only one that I know of that stands out with it's building. In SoCal they're more common. A bit of trivia here, in general, many donut shops are Cambodian run, its a niche market for them in the U.S.

    • Bryan says:

      Oh definitely! We didn't mean to insinuate that this was the only place for donuts/chinese/hamburgers. There are quite a few, we'll have to do a tour! :)

  • Ari says:

    The nifty thing about concepts like this is that a group of friends can go in, and each order what they're in the mood for, a mini food court type of feel.

  • Jasmine says:

    I don't know why, but I was completely entranced by the tri-colored mini van. I must be tired.

    good stuff. Looking forward to the next one. :)

  • jacquie says:

    I love what you guys are doing! I love the intersection of McCall and Ashlan…orange groves and a beautiful field with an old barn…on the other corner horses and sometimes cows…it is beautiful and in the spring the aroma of orange blossoms permeates the air all around the neighborhoods…near quail lake.

    • Bryan says:

      Thanks for watching Jacquie! McCall & Ashlan is technically in Clovis, but we may have to make an exception to our "Fresno only" rule if it's as beautiful as you describe, haha.

  • Ray Arthur says:

    Once again, excellent job of filmmaking. Taking off my F C hat and putting on my ex-D J hat for a moment. Note to Bryan "I remember Disco in the '60's" Harley, First Disco hit: Rock The Boat by the Hues Corporation #1 on 7.6.74! Kids … tsk, tsk!

  • bee says:

    the place was called kim's fashion

  • Nora York says:

    You are brave guys! I like what you are doing for us! I just got lots of fun from watching the video! Thanks for sharing it!

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