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Christmas Tree Recycling Info

Christmas Tree Recycling Info

Christmas Tree Recycling Information City of Modesto residents can recycle their Christmas trees in a variety of ways: * Place an UNTREATED tree (i.e.: no flocking, paint or fireproofing) in your green organic waste container. All ornaments, tinsel, nails, stands, support rods and plastic bags must be removed. Cut the UNTREATED tree into small sections […]

By December 21, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Like Crazy Coming To The State!

Like Crazy Coming To The State!

Like Crazy (PG-13) 1 Hr. 30 Min. (35mm) Romantic dramas are scarce. All the more reason to cheer Drake Doremus’ fresh, vibrant film Like Crazy, which is anything but a conventional genre piece. Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones win us over as college students who fall deeply in love and then try to sustain that […]

By December 12, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
McHenry Mansion Schedule Changes

McHenry Mansion Schedule Changes

For Immediate Release Contact: Jessica Smart, (209) 571-5125 Release Date: Wednesday, December 07, 2011, 4:00 PM Fire at Historic McHenry Mansion Affects Holiday Festivities   A fire at the McHenry Mansion late Tuesday damaged the exterior of the building and there was water damage to the interior of the building due to the fire sprinklers […]

By December 7, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Fit View – Grinch KO’ed at Christmas

Fit View – Grinch KO’ed at Christmas

Last year I happened to be in the right place at the right time to catch this exclusive shot of a certain green fuzzy guy trying to steal Christmas from my friend Jackson Carota. As you can see, things didn’t work out quite like The Grinch had planned. Rumor has it that he’ll be up to his […]

Doing the Most Good-Salvation Army

Doing the Most Good-Salvation Army

Doing the Most Good-Salvation Army By Chris Murphy Do you have a hard time this time of year, deciding what charities to support and how you can make the most difference with each precious dollar?  I know I do and I want to help as much as possible, but I want my donation dollars to […]

By December 3, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Interview: Lucy Conkey Of McHenry Mansion

Interview: Lucy Conkey Of McHenry Mansion

InterView – Home for the Holidays.   We all like to feel at home for the Holidays.  There are places that just feel like home no matter where you grew up.   There is one place in Modesto that is “Modesto’s Home” located at 15th and I Street.   The 128 year old McHenry Mansion stands proud […]

By December 3, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
All Ages Pages – December

All Ages Pages – December

By Abbey Murphy December feels like the home stretch.  It is crazy busy and we just had Winter Formal. In school there are so many tests and papers due but the holidays make it feel different.  I watch my favorite movies like Christmas Vacation and Family Stone and my sister is home from Berkeley and […]

By December 3, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Chef View: The Fruit Yard

Chef View: The Fruit Yard

Chef View By Dana Johnson Fruit Yard   In Modesto’s Backyard you will find The Fruit Yard!   Built on the historic landmark location of the Old Foamy Drive-In (1959 – 1976), The Fruit Yard opened in May of 1977. Owned by brothers Joe and Willy Traina of Traina Foods (trainafoods.com,) The Fruit Yard serves […]

By December 3, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
UrbanView – December

UrbanView – December

Urban View By Fiesta Boyz  ecember 17th, The State Theater is bringing the sensational Latin songstress Angelina to the stage and you’d be a fool to miss it. It was the mid 90’s, Khaki pants, white on black, crazy hair and dance music. Beneath all this trendiness was an inspiring singer named Angelina. She had always […]

By December 3, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
PerformingView – December

PerformingView – December

PerformingView by Kay Osborn The twelfth month has arrived!  There are lots of local events that will enrich your holidays!  I know things can become busy with parties, shopping, decorating, and cooking but do find time to attend a live show.  Merry Holidays!   Dec. 3- Dicken’s Faire 10AM-4PM Come enjoy local crafts, musicians, actors […]

By December 3, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Jazz & Blues December

Jazz & Blues December

Blues and Jazz View Once again it’s time to hoist a glass of cheer and toast the ending of one year and beginning of a new one. Hopefully you’ll make time to slow down, enjoy familyand friends and be thankful for what ya got. There is always something to be thankful for and this year […]

By December 3, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
FashionView: Keepin’ It Local

FashionView: Keepin’ It Local

Fashion View Keepin’ It Local By Shasta Boss   Autumn’s leaves are falling and winter is peeking out from right around the corner. With a new year approaching, celebrations are always in the works. When gift shopping we should make the choice of doing it all locally. The Farmers Market is an easy weekly routine […]

By December 3, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Ladies and Gentlemen: Presenting the World Renowned Brave Bull

Ladies and Gentlemen: Presenting the World Renowned Brave Bull

BarView-  Brave Bull Ladies and Gentlemen: Presenting the World Renowned Brave Bull By: Kate Serpa   A detour past the usual downtown bar circuit and a brief trip down the 9th Street bridge will lead you head-first straight to a glowing pink martini (on your right-hand side) and your new holiday star destination.  I’ve heard […]

By December 3, 2011 1 Comments Read More →
Songwriting: How To Nip Writer’s Block In The Bud

Songwriting: How To Nip Writer’s Block In The Bud

MusicianView By: Tara Tinsley Songwriting: How to Nip Writer’s Block in the Bud     Songwriting comes just as natural to some of us as breathing, but to others, it’s more of a challenge. For songwriters and musicians, songs are our products. The more we write, the more we sell and the longer we keep […]

By December 2, 2011 0 Comments Read More →