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Weekend Needle Drop Week 6 – Groovie Ghoulies

Weekend Needle Drop Week 6 – Groovie Ghoulies

THE WEEKEND NEEDLE DROP 2016 52 Weeks 52 Albums Week Six Groovie Ghoulies-BERRY’D ALIVE 10″ Orange Vinyl Middagh Goodwin I have decided to listen to Sacramento Punk Trio Groovie Ghoulies and pulled out their tribute to Chuck Berry. It is Super Bowl Sunday and for years Kepi Ghoulie and I put on an annual event […]

Kenny G Coming to Gallo Center

Kenny G Coming to Gallo Center

Greetings Modesto Friends, Are you ready for some of the smoothest sax sounds ever? Grammy award-winning Saxophonist Kenny G will make his way to the Gallo Center for one unforgettable night. He will perform a number of his hits from his extensive career such as “Songbird,” “Forever In Love” and “Silhouette.” Kenny G has collaborated […]

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Presentation on Aging and Chronic Disease offered at MJC

Presentation on Aging and Chronic Disease offered at MJC

Presentation on “Aging and Chronic Disease – A View from the Aging Side” offered at MJC The Modesto Area Partners in Science (MAPS) will offer the presentation “Aging and Chronic Disease – A View from the Aging Side” by TEDx speaker Brian Kennedy, Ph.D., biologist, CEO and president of the Buck Institute for Research on […]

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MJC Screens Documentary  – The Mask You Live In

MJC Screens Documentary – The Mask You Live In

MJC presents screening of documentary The Mask You Live In The Modesto Junior College Civic Engagement Project (CEP) invites the community to a screening of the documentary film The Mask You Live In on Thursday, February 18, at 7 p.m. in Forum 110 on East Campus, 435 College Avenue. The free event is part of […]

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AuthorView: Elena Carpenter “Trinity” & “Horizon”

AuthorView: Elena Carpenter “Trinity” & “Horizon”

AuthorView by Guest Writer Elena Carpenter Synopsis of Book One “Trinity: Judgment of the Flaming Sword” When you live in a small town where legends are told, you begin to question yourself: Can they possibly be true? In one town named Ketra, such stories were told from generation to generation traveling into the minds of […]

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Food & Drink

BrewView: Kimoto Japanese Pub

BrewView: Kimoto Japanese Pub

BrewView: Kimoto Sake & Sushi, Japanese Pub by Brandilyn Brown & Christopher Mitchell Forget the expensive flights across the ocean; Modesto is full of little gems when it comes to romantic get-aways. This year, be different and head over to our own little “izakaya” (translated “stay in sake shop”), Kimoto Sake & Sushi. This Japanese […]

By February 2, 2016 Read More →
Hey Bartender

Hey Bartender

Hey Bartender! By Charles Cathcart The other day someone came into my bar, and asked me a question. This was something I hear very often, and it’s a question I’m sure that every bartender, and anyone in the beverage industry have heard at one time or another. So, I will answer this to the best […]

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ChefView – Ralston’s Goat

ChefView – Ralston’s Goat

Chef View On your marks, get set, Goat!!! By Dana Johnson February is the month of love and my birthday month. Yes, it’s perfectly acceptable for me to celebrate all month long! This means raising my glass and my fork on numerous occasions! Lucky for us, Modesto has a new restaurant, Ralston’s Goat! The menu […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →
SuperBowl Options 2016

SuperBowl Options 2016

Looking for a fun place to watch Superbowl 50? On February 7th these are the places to be! Great food plus great people equals a great time! Go Football! The Boardroom, 1528 J St, Modesto Rivets American Grill, 2307 Oakdale Road, Modesto Twisted Pig  –  2717 Coffee Rd, Modesto Bookies, 2020 Standiford Ave, Modesto Shooters […]

By January 13, 2016 Read More →
ChefView – Cleaning Up for 2016

ChefView – Cleaning Up for 2016

Chef View Happy New You! Clean Slate, Clean Plate! By Dana Johnson Happy New You! I don’t know what kind of food frenzy you were on during the holiday season but if it was anything like mine, it’s time to clean up the food act!!! 2016 gives each of us a clean slate thank goodness […]

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Event Calendar

Kenny G Coming to Gallo Center

Kenny G Coming to Gallo Center

Greetings Modesto Friends, Are you ready for some of the smoothest sax sounds ever? Grammy award-winning Saxophonist Kenny G will make his way to the Gallo Center for one unforgettable night. He will perform a number of his hits from his extensive career such as “Songbird,” “Forever In Love” and “Silhouette.” Kenny G has collaborated […]

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Go Modesto!  McHenry Mansion – Valentine’s Tea

Go Modesto! McHenry Mansion – Valentine’s Tea

Go Modesto The McHenry Mansion Foundation Docents and Guild present their 2016 Valentine Tea at the McHenry Mansion 906 15th Street on February 13th at 11:30 AM. $30.00 per person, Reservations required. call 209- 522-1739 by 2/9/16. Limited seating. Make your reservations quickly. The historic Mansion will be open for tours beginning at 11:00 AM […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →
Go Modesto – Crab Feeds!

Go Modesto – Crab Feeds!

Go Modesto Crab Feeds! Oh yum does the ViewCrew love crab! You heard about the SF Dungeness problems, but that is not stopping our local crab feeds. Our local organizations are getting crab from up north and it is fantastic. Trust us, we have already been to a few crab feeds. Here are a few […]

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InterView – Grace Lieberman

InterView – Grace Lieberman

InterView Grace Lieberman Modesto’s Sweetheart By Chris Murphy No one showcases love like “Modesto’s Performer” Grace Lieberman. Eighty-six years old and going strong, Grace, a caregiver and teacher by profession, is a multi-faceted performer, singer, motivator and at the core, a wonderful friend. Grace lives to inspire others to be great, to excel and to […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →
Jazz&BluesView

Jazz&BluesView

Blues&JazzView by Eric Benson What’s new with Jazz and the Blues News? Hope you all survived the Holidaze and Nappy New Years; I stayed home and waited for the ball to drop. I found out in the morning that it had dropped after I fell asleep. Okay on to the New Year with resolutions and […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →

Music

Jazz&BluesView

Jazz&BluesView

Blues&JazzView by Eric Benson What’s new with Jazz and the Blues News? Hope you all survived the Holidaze and Nappy New Years; I stayed home and waited for the ball to drop. I found out in the morning that it had dropped after I fell asleep. Okay on to the New Year with resolutions and […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →
BluesView – February

BluesView – February

BluesView by Earl Matthews Hello everybody! It’s a leap year, so that means we have one extra day to get out and listen to some good music. I want to say thank you to everyone who came out to either of our CD release parties. Your support is greatly appreciated! Getting things started with a […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →
MAMAView-The Future Looks Bright

MAMAView-The Future Looks Bright

The Future Looks Bright By Middagh Goodwin Modesto, I am grateful for everything you have given me since moving back in 2013. This month marks my third year writing the MAMAView & 2016 will be my third year behind the scene with the Modesto Area Music Awards. Top all that off with a new position […]

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Unplugged View – Celebrating Community Music

Unplugged View – Celebrating Community Music

Unplugged View By Marie Maxfield Since moving to California just over a year ago, my husband Evan and I have discovered some wonderful local music organizations to become part of. One of those groups is the Gottschalk Music Center Concert Band (GMCCB) conducted by Matt Cover and Ulices Chavez. In this group, Evan plays trumpet […]

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RockabillyView – Ray Vizira

RockabillyView – Ray Vizira

RockabillyView By Jennifer Allsup I hope everyone is having an amazing start to the New Year? Typically, I like to chat about the upcoming bands or even throw a little Rockabilly history your way. In the past years I have attended many, many shows and thrown numerous shows as well, in this process of being […]

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Stage Art

InterView – Grace Lieberman

InterView – Grace Lieberman

InterView Grace Lieberman Modesto’s Sweetheart By Chris Murphy No one showcases love like “Modesto’s Performer” Grace Lieberman. Eighty-six years old and going strong, Grace, a caregiver and teacher by profession, is a multi-faceted performer, singer, motivator and at the core, a wonderful friend. Grace lives to inspire others to be great, to excel and to […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →
PoetryView -Why I Don’t Write Love Poems

PoetryView -Why I Don’t Write Love Poems

PoetryView by Sam Pierstorff Why I Don’t Write Love Poems There’s always the concern that you’re thinking more about her than she is about you. Before bed, her face brushes across the dark canvas of your thoughts. In the morning, she is reflected in the chrome face of the toaster. Her breasts appear in the […]

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ArtView – For The Love of Art

ArtView – For The Love of Art

Art View By Jim Christiansen For the Love of Art, buy your Valentine original art from a local artist. Downtown Modesto Third Thursday Art Walk is February 18, so a reminder most of the art walk venues and area galleries feature original art for sale the rest of every month. Next month, look for a […]

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The Central California Art Association at the Mistlin Gallery presents Into the Void: Art of the Richard Serros Studio

The Central California Art Association at the Mistlin Gallery presents Into the Void: Art of the Richard Serros Studio

January 5 through February 4  The Central California Art Association at the Mistlin Gallery presents Into the Void: Art of the Richard Serros Studio This large two venue retrospective exhibition, shown both at the Modesto Junior College Art Gallery and the Mistlin Gallery simultaneously during the month of January 2016 presents the painting, drawings and […]

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Nor-Cal Cosies Were a Hit In Newman

Nor-Cal Cosies Were a Hit In Newman

  Modesto-Con’s Nor-Cal Cosie Weekend at the Westside Theatre in Newman, on January 9th was a great success raising $1,425.00 for Haven’s Women Center of Stanislaus Co. Modesto-Con brought the first ever awards show of it’s kind, the NorCal Cosies, along with a Mini Con (Cosie Con) during the day that had nearly 650 people in attendance over […]

By January 11, 2016 Read More →

Community

AuthorView: Elena Carpenter “Trinity” & “Horizon”

AuthorView: Elena Carpenter “Trinity” & “Horizon”

AuthorView by Guest Writer Elena Carpenter Synopsis of Book One “Trinity: Judgment of the Flaming Sword” When you live in a small town where legends are told, you begin to question yourself: Can they possibly be true? In one town named Ketra, such stories were told from generation to generation traveling into the minds of […]

By February 3, 2016 Read More →
BrewView: Kimoto Japanese Pub

BrewView: Kimoto Japanese Pub

BrewView: Kimoto Sake & Sushi, Japanese Pub by Brandilyn Brown & Christopher Mitchell Forget the expensive flights across the ocean; Modesto is full of little gems when it comes to romantic get-aways. This year, be different and head over to our own little “izakaya” (translated “stay in sake shop”), Kimoto Sake & Sushi. This Japanese […]

By February 2, 2016 Read More →
InterView – Grace Lieberman

InterView – Grace Lieberman

InterView Grace Lieberman Modesto’s Sweetheart By Chris Murphy No one showcases love like “Modesto’s Performer” Grace Lieberman. Eighty-six years old and going strong, Grace, a caregiver and teacher by profession, is a multi-faceted performer, singer, motivator and at the core, a wonderful friend. Grace lives to inspire others to be great, to excel and to […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →
PerformingView – February

PerformingView – February

PerformanceView: A Time to Perform By Kaye Osborn This year is filled with many theatrical offerings. Hopefully, on of your New Year’s promises was to attend more local productions. Rehearsals of the musical Sleepy Hollow are moving right along. I am in need of some volunteers to help with set design. If you are interested, […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →
BluesView – February

BluesView – February

BluesView by Earl Matthews Hello everybody! It’s a leap year, so that means we have one extra day to get out and listen to some good music. I want to say thank you to everyone who came out to either of our CD release parties. Your support is greatly appreciated! Getting things started with a […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →

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