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Social Justice Youth Leadership Conference

Social Justice Youth Leadership Conference

Message from John Lucas: Video from Modesto Peace/Life Center’s 4 th Annual Social Justice Youth Leadership Conference At the Social Justice Youth Conference this year, beside our keynote speaker, Peace Center board member and high school history teacher Mike Chiavetta and son-in-law Ben Mora, did a presentation on the “Economic Cost of War”. Sandy Sample […]

By October 28, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Reading Tutors Needed

Reading Tutors Needed

The need for tutors growing It’s not that the need wasn’t there before, but it has been magnified by the economy and the lack of jobs. People that could get jobs in the past with little or no literacy skills can no longer do so. At the same time, there are less opportunities for education […]

By October 27, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
ChefView – Bacchus is Back!

ChefView – Bacchus is Back!

Chef View By Dana Johnson Bacchus is Back! The doors again at Bacchus are open! After a brief hiatus, one of Modesto’s most favorite premiere dining establishments is welcoming patrons back to indulge in a lavishly abundant dining experience. So I sat down with the new general manager, Chad Jackson, to take in all the […]

By October 20, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Need a Good Haunting?

Need a Good Haunting?

Go Modesto Do you need a good haunting? Modesto has you covered this month! Oct 26 – Stay High Horror Fest – Fat Cat Oct 26 – Flying Blind Halloween Party – SOS Club Oct 27 – Shadowfest – Galletto Ristorante Oct 27 – Modesto’s 2nd annual Zombie Night – State Theatre Oct 27 – […]

By October 20, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Word of the Day

Word of the Day

“MAMAVote” –def. Verb. To place your vote for the best music, venues, and events in the greater Modesto Area. Vote now at http://www.modestoareamusic.com

By October 18, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Make A Difference Day – Stanislaus County Library

Make A Difference Day – Stanislaus County Library

Make A Difference Day at the Stanislaus County Library Help make a difference by volunteering at your local library on Saturday, October 27! As part of News 10’s Make A Difference Day, the Stanislaus County Library is urging members of the community to get involved at any Stanislaus County Library branch by painting, cleaning shelves, […]

By October 16, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Presidential Debate at State Theatre

Presidential Debate at State Theatre

Live Broadcast of the Presidential Debates Free admission Tues. Oct. 16 Don your red, white and blue, and let your affiliation’s flag fly at The State’s no-charge, 90-minute, live broadcast of the second of three Presidential Debates set for Fall. On Tues. Oct. 16, President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will face off in […]

By October 16, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Dan Hicks 7 Questions

Dan Hicks 7 Questions

One of the most interesting musicians is Dan Hicks. The musical world has gotten smaller and it is so easy to hear difference music from all over the world. It is really rare that an artist is able to combine so many world sounds and make crazy interesting music out of it all. Dan Hicks, […]

Virginia Corridor Closed Oct 9

Virginia Corridor Closed Oct 9

Virginia Corridor Trail Closed On Tuesday, October 9 The Virginia Corridor Trail and Briggsmore Overcrossing between Granger and Bowen Avenues will be closed on Tuesday, October 9 due to maintenance on the trail. Teichert Construction will be applying a hydroseed slurry mixture of native grasses and flowers to the open planter areas of the trail […]

Urban View-Let the Battle Begin

Urban View-Let the Battle Begin

Urban View – By the Artist TL Let the Battle Begin On the streets, an artist’s credibility is as important as their lyrics. The music that is created in the studio and released into the market will either be criticized or embraced. The artists battling for this year’s Best Urban MAMA award may have never […]

October Greetings

October Greetings

Greetings ModestoFans: I love Halloween season! I wish there were the 12 days of Halloween and a couple of days of national holidays. Everyone has fun and the season is amazing with the fall weather, the big harvest moons, the cool breezes, occasional rains and tasty things like butternut squash ravioli and soup. Have you […]

BarView-Spooky Time Halloween Adventure

BarView-Spooky Time Halloween Adventure

BarView Kate and Philip BarView Kate and Philip’s Super Spooky-Time Halloween Adventure at T’s By Kate Serpa Photos by the lovely Philip Johnson It was a dark and stormy October night, dense with a palpable awareness of what was yet to come.  Silhouetted by the moon, photographer Philip and I hesitated before we ventured into […]

By October 1, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
BluesView -Kickstarter Adventures

BluesView -Kickstarter Adventures

Blues View by Earl Matthews Big Earl and Adventures in Kickstarter land. As many of you already know I am in a couple of local bands. Big Earl and the Cryin’ Shame has been playing around Modesto for nearly six years and I am in another band call the Poorhouse Millionaires that has been together […]

JazzView-Bright Moments in Store

JazzView-Bright Moments in Store

Jazz & World View – Eric Benson By Eric Benson More bright moments in store. While my critic’s choice of events to go to in October is not a spooktacular event, if you have not heard of Dan Hicks & the Hot Licks, you should go to the State Theatre on October 6th. Dan is […]

By October 1, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
FitView-Comeback Kid

FitView-Comeback Kid

FIT View By Efren Martinez The Comeback Kid It took me several tries, but I finally got Joe LoBianco for this FitView piece. In fact, those of us who know Joe, know he isn’t one for the limelight. He is someone who will gladly help others from the shadows and prefers not to make a […]