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Tresetti’s Fat Tuesday

Tresetti’s Fat Tuesday

Tressetti’s Madri Gras Sin City By Efren Martinez It was a block of outrageous fun, accompanied with loads of music and half-dressed female dancers on stage to tantalize the imagination. Even some of our own Modesto men got into the act as they showed off their beautiful shirtless muscular bodies and danced. Carnival costumes were […]

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Famous Forest Lawn Cemetery

Famous Forest Lawn Cemetery

Famous Forest Lawn Cemetery By Russ Allsup Took a trip to the famous Forrest Lawn Cemetery in Westwood to see where some of the worlds’ most famous stars call their final resting place. I had been there before to see Frank Zappa’s grave but didn’t realize just how many of Hollywood’s famous were there. Finally […]

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Street View – Classic Mural Tour

Street View – Classic Mural Tour

Magical Classical Mural Tour By Chris Murphy Modesto USA, the birthplace of American Graffiti. Modesto is the home of the original “Where were you in ’62” high school class. Our people and places were the inspiration for George Lucas’ 1973 film that paved the road of nostalgia, changed modern film making and put the soundtrack […]

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Food & Drink

Beer Festival Returns to the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds

Beer Festival Returns to the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds

Turlock, CA – Mark your calendars for an experience in taste, art, and award winning beers. The Central Valley Brewfest is celebrating the finest local breweries in California, along with great food and music. Guests will be able to enjoy unlimited sampling, a souvenir tasting mug, admission to a charity art gallery and free parking. […]

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BarView – Happy Firkin Valentine

BarView – Happy Firkin Valentine

Happy Firkin Valentine’s Day! By Kate Firkin Serpa Photos by Phil Johnson Did you freaking see that Modesto ranked #8 on the ten most boring cities in California to live? EIGHTH? Eighth place means no medals, no trophies, no good. Eighth place doesn’t even get us a sympathetic pat on the back. The survey was […]

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ChefView – For the Love of Pasta

ChefView – For the Love of Pasta

Chef View For the Love of Pastas! By Dana Johnson When I think of “love”, especially in the month of February, I realize there are too many definitions to count. Some make our hearts beat faster, cheeks blush, goofy smiles, passionate racy thoughts, licking of the lips, and unfortunately on occasion love can hurt ya, […]

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Event Calendar

Paul Reiser at the Gallo March 7th

Paul Reiser at the Gallo March 7th

  PAUL REISER SHARES HIS TALES OF LOVE, LIFE, AND THE FUNNY THINGS ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS AT THE GALLO CENTER FOR THE ARTS    SATURDAY, MARCH 7th    The Gallo Center for the Arts in Modesto, CA is proud to present the legendary Paul Reiser on Saturday, March 7th.  Comedian, Actor, and bestselling Author Paul Reiser is […]

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Mobile Farm Stand for Low Income Families

Mobile Farm Stand for Low Income Families

Interfaith Ministries of Greater Modesto will launch our Free Mobile Farmers Market this week, as part of their “Feed Modesto” campaign, addressing food deserts and food insecurity in the greater Modesto area and Stanislaus County.  This program will deliver the bounty from our Gleaning and Gathering program, our Mat Lena Garden, and produce donated from […]

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MJC presents screening of documentary “The Human Face of Big Data”

MJC presents screening of documentary “The Human Face of Big Data”

(Modesto, CA) – The Modesto Junior College Civic Engagement Project (CEP) invites the community to a screening of the documentary film The Human Face of Big Data on Thursday, March 5, at 7 p.m. in Forum 110 on East Campus, 435 College Avenue.  The free event is part of the CEP Spring Film and Lecture […]

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Music

John Oates in Hollywood

John Oates in Hollywood

John Oates at Amoeba Hollywood By Russ Allsup I went to Amoeba Records in Hollywood to scour for treasures in the dollar bins like I usually do when a poster on the wall caught my sight- “John Oates from Hall and Oates- Free show at Amoeba on Feb. 5th, 2015″! The price was right and […]

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Rocker Robben Ford Coming to the State Theatre

Rocker Robben Ford Coming to the State Theatre

Press release provided by the State Theatre Guitar virtuoso Robben Ford’s new album Into The Sun shines a bright light on his artful, contemporary songwriting and the stunning playing that’s made him a favorite foil of Miles Davis, Joni Mitchell, George Harrison and other legends. The five-time Grammy nominee describes the 11-song set as “one […]

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MetalView – Death Metal in Ceres

MetalView – Death Metal in Ceres

Metal View – By Mike Vanek DEATH METAL IN CERES & THE LOCAL KID DONE GOOD… Greeting and salutations friends and neighbors!! I’m back to spread the word of 209 Area Heavy Metal. This month we have a couple topics that need to be discussed. First of all we need to take a trip to […]

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Stage Art

Street View – Classic Mural Tour

Street View – Classic Mural Tour

Magical Classical Mural Tour By Chris Murphy Modesto USA, the birthplace of American Graffiti. Modesto is the home of the original “Where were you in ’62” high school class. Our people and places were the inspiration for George Lucas’ 1973 film that paved the road of nostalgia, changed modern film making and put the soundtrack […]

By February 10, 2015 Read More →
Art View – For the Love of Art

Art View – For the Love of Art

Art View By Jim Christiansen For the love of Art. Valentine’s Day month opens with notice from the Stanislaus County Artists Open Studio, there will be 65 Artists in the 2015 Event. Modesto View is a sponsor of the event that features local artists in a variety of media, on display, and working demonstrations in […]

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ZenView – year of the Goat

ZenView – year of the Goat

Zen View By Mary Layton The Year of the Goat Because the Chinese follow the lunar calendar, Chinese New Year will be celebrated on Febraury 19th. Festivities usually go on for 10 days with lots of eating, drinking and noisy firecrackers. Up until Feb 19th,it is still the Year of the Horse, a year of […]

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Community

Paul Reiser at the Gallo March 7th

Paul Reiser at the Gallo March 7th

  PAUL REISER SHARES HIS TALES OF LOVE, LIFE, AND THE FUNNY THINGS ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS AT THE GALLO CENTER FOR THE ARTS    SATURDAY, MARCH 7th    The Gallo Center for the Arts in Modesto, CA is proud to present the legendary Paul Reiser on Saturday, March 7th.  Comedian, Actor, and bestselling Author Paul Reiser is […]

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Mobile Farm Stand for Low Income Families

Mobile Farm Stand for Low Income Families

Interfaith Ministries of Greater Modesto will launch our Free Mobile Farmers Market this week, as part of their “Feed Modesto” campaign, addressing food deserts and food insecurity in the greater Modesto area and Stanislaus County.  This program will deliver the bounty from our Gleaning and Gathering program, our Mat Lena Garden, and produce donated from […]

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MJC presents screening of documentary “The Human Face of Big Data”

MJC presents screening of documentary “The Human Face of Big Data”

(Modesto, CA) – The Modesto Junior College Civic Engagement Project (CEP) invites the community to a screening of the documentary film The Human Face of Big Data on Thursday, March 5, at 7 p.m. in Forum 110 on East Campus, 435 College Avenue.  The free event is part of the CEP Spring Film and Lecture […]

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Other Recent Posts

Paddle to the Sea Info Meeting

Paddle to the Sea Info Meeting

Paddle to the Sea Info Session – Modesto   Thursday, March 5th – 6:30 PM Jaunt Adventure Gear 1508 10th Street Modesto, CA Next week, we’ll be launching registration for the seventh annual Paddle to the Sea, the Tuolumne River Trust’s annual paddle-a-thon from the Sierra to the Sea to protect and restore the Tuolumne […]

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The Central California Art Association at the Mistlin  Gallery presents “Young @ Art”

The Central California Art Association at the Mistlin Gallery presents “Young @ Art”

The Central California Art Association at the Mistlin  Gallery presents “Young @ Art” March 3 – March 21 .   CCAA welcomes all young artists to participate in our annual show Young @ Art (formerly known as Young Masters).  It is open to artists from 0 – 18 (still in high school). Receiving is Feb 27 and […]

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All Ages View

All Ages View

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson Hi Everyone. Hopefully your first month of 2015 was spectacular! February is a beautiful time of the year, filled with positive vibes and nice weather. Despite the cold, I want to spend more time outside. Recently I went with my family on the bike trail at Dry Creek. It was a […]

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UrbanView – DJ Uniqu3

UrbanView – DJ Uniqu3

UrbanView – By Javier Lopez This month we catch up with the talented DJ Uniqu3 and check out some of the beats that make our local urban music come to life. Javier Lopez: Tell me about your early beginnings when you got started? DJUniqu3: When I was younger, my friends and I would go out […]

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FitView – Lose Weight and Maintain

FitView – Lose Weight and Maintain

Lose Weight & Maintain By Efren Martinez The holidays are over and so are all of the wonderful memories of 2014, including those delicious delectable delights. Or are they? It’s February, and for many Americans we are now being continuously reminded of how much we indulged at the end of the year just by looking […]

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Romantic RockabillyView

Romantic RockabillyView

Romantic Rockabilly Top 10 Love Songs & Serenading Your Partner By Jennifer Allsup Music to the ears is always a great start to serenading your partner. Let’s begin with some Buddy Holly “Love Me” & “I’m Going to Love You”, Elvis Presley “All Shook Up”, Wanda Jackson “Rockabilly Fever”, Gene Vincent “Ain’t She Sweet”, Johnny […]

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