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Color for Everyone, Everywhere

Color for Everyone, Everywhere

Color for Everyone, Everywhere By Rebecca Murphy Penny Binney,  President Modesto Garden Club Modesto is alive with color. When you drive and walk around our community, you see big, bold splashes of color. There are amazing gardens, lush trees, handling baskets downtown, and then you turn the corner and you see a giant clock made […]

By April 17, 2011 Read More →
Maniax To Host So-Cal Breakers

Maniax To Host So-Cal Breakers

Week 2 for the IWFL team the Modesto Maniax, as they take on the So-Cal Breakers.  The So-Cal Breakers will be traveling from the Mission Viejo/Irvine area for their first game of the season, after a week one bye.  Game time at Roy Blakely field on the campus of the Modesto Christian High School is […]

By April 15, 2011 Read More →
Volunteer for Amgen Tour of Ca

Volunteer for Amgen Tour of Ca

Volunteers Needed The Amgen Tour is coming on May 17 and we need you.   We need more sponsors and we need volunteers to help staff this amazing day, from crowd control, set up, tear down, media, tech support and so many things.  It is fun and exciting and we need you!  The amazing volunteer turn […]

By April 15, 2011 Read More →
What’s Growin’ On!

What’s Growin’ On!

Stanislaus County agriculture comes alive in April with almost all perennial crops coming out of winter and spring dormancy. Grapes usually are one of the last to emerge with the green tissue you see bust out and grow with vigor. Soon you will see forage crops being harvested and you can tell by seeing big […]

Calling All Non-Profits

Calling All Non-Profits

Non-Profit alert! Hey event planners.  Make sure you send us your event and fundraiser schedule for the year.  ModestoView wants to help spread the word and help promote you in the community. Most importantly, we don’t want to stack up fundraisers on the same night as some other big event in town. The ModestoView calendar […]

Central Valley Meet and Greet

Central Valley Meet and Greet

Networking and socializing with other talented professionals in your area is necessary to get your business name out to colleagues and grow your business.  Studio K, a local photography studio, is bringing together some of the best Central Valley Photographers, Models, Makeup Artists, Hairstylists, and other talented individuals for a networking based Meet and Greet. […]

By April 6, 2011 Read More →
Oakdale Rodeo: 60 Years of Tradition

Oakdale Rodeo: 60 Years of Tradition

      For 60 years, the Oakdale Rodeo has been a destination for some of the most famous cowboys in the world. Fans from everywhere have enjoyed some of the greatest exhibitions of athleticism and determination put on by the best of the best in the sport of rodeo. Not only are the cowboys athletic, the livestock […]

By April 6, 2011 Read More →
Out Of The Rough!

Out Of The Rough!

It’s been a rough couple of years for the private golf country club industry it seems, except Oakdale Golf and Country Club.  In a time when everyone’s hard earned dollars being spent are looked at carefully and the fact that it’s not so chic to belong to a “Country Club” anymore, it’s remarkable that Oakdale […]

By April 6, 2011 Read More →
Healthy Beauty

Healthy Beauty

The most important details of fashion start from within ourselves. Our decisions on how we treat our bodies are some of the most important key ingredients to our personal style. Choosing to make time for ourselves is a great first step towards a positive change.  To be our personal best we need to find a […]

By April 6, 2011 Read More →
Caswell Memorial State Park

Caswell Memorial State Park

Without Old Man Winter, spring, with her green light, would not seem as charming. So, in welcoming April and reconnecting with the outdoors, let’s not forget the frost of winter as we embrace spring, for the Old Man is bound to return. In the meantime, however, agreeing with the wise words of Robin Williams – […]

By April 6, 2011 Read More →
Modesto, USA – A Classic All-American City

Modesto, USA – A Classic All-American City

Something amazing happened on March 1, 2011. The Modesto City Council approved the special designation of 10th and 11th Streets as the Historic Graffiti Cruise Route. This is such a huge milestone in the history of Modesto and for the future of our city. Modesto has a very special brand, one that is all about […]

By April 6, 2011 Read More →
Stop Motion Poetry’s Focus on Songwriting Pays Off

Stop Motion Poetry’s Focus on Songwriting Pays Off

In some ways, indie pop bands have it pretty good in the modern music business. There are now more outlets than ever for catchy music, frompodcasts and blogs to car advertisement soundtracks. But all those opportunities also present a new challenge for bands hoping to get attention from fans: when there’s so much music playing […]

By April 6, 2011 Read More →
UrbanView – April 2011

UrbanView – April 2011

Welcome Back to this edition of the Urban View by the Fiesta Boyz! We Interview this month – Cesar Gutierrez “El Venadito” Genre “Musica Nortenia”. With his single, -El Troquero! Already available on I tunes. We sit down and ask him a few questions about his New Project “El Venadito” and his new music. This […]

By April 5, 2011 Read More →
All Ages – April 2011

All Ages – April 2011

This has been a crazy month. We are right in the middle of swim season and I write this as we are freshly frozen from our swim meet in a storm. I love Modesto High School and the things that we do, my history teacher Mr. Chiavetta really makes students take a bigger look at […]

By April 5, 2011 Read More →
Sweet and Savory at Greens Market

Sweet and Savory at Greens Market

The yin and the yang of the new Greens Market culinary team is nothing short of amazing, exciting and fun. Imagine a giant garden and local suppliers of fresh produce supplying fresh treats and then takingthose season offerings and turning them into pastries, entrees, main courses, starters. Radishes show up? Then the menu has radishes. […]

By April 5, 2011 Read More →