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RockabillyView

RockabillyView

Rockabilly View Publishers Note By: Chris Murphy ModestoView loves Rockabilly. This is truly some of the most exciting music ever and it has a unique history here in Modesto. The roots of Rockabilly lead back here to Modesto USA when Fred Maddux started slappin’ his string bass in late 1930’s for some “Hillbilly Boogie” and […]

NonProfitView

NonProfitView

NonProfitView By Amy Vickery United Way of Stanislaus County has been serving this community since 1953. Our mission has always been simple: enhance the community through programs that improve the quality of life. Recently we have narrowed our focus to greater impact the common good by highlighting education. We partner with several agencies and support […]

By November 30, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Scholastic Book Fair at the Modesto Library

Scholastic Book Fair at the Modesto Library

Scholastic Book Fair at the Modesto Library It’s that time of year again! The Scholastic Book Fair has returned to the Modesto Library just in time for your holiday shopping. The Friends of the Modesto Library will be holding the fair in the Modesto Library Auditorium on Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 4 to 8 p.m.; […]

By November 17, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Free MAX Thanksgiving Bus Service

Free MAX Thanksgiving Bus Service

Free MAX Bus Service for Thanksgiving Dinner Modesto Area Express (MAX) will provide limited bus service free of charge on Thanksgiving Day (November 22) to and from the Salvation Army Free Thanksgiving Dinner served at Modesto Centre Plaza. The bus service will be provided on the three routes shown at http://modestoareaexpress.com/announcements/. Only one trip to […]

By November 14, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Modesto’s Veteran’s Day Events

Modesto’s Veteran’s Day Events

We owe so much of our freedoms to our Veterans that have offered up their lives to keep America Safe and Free. Here are some of the ways that you can show your support today in Modesto. Modesto’s Veterans Day Parade – ‘The End of World War I’ 9:00am Downtown Modesto 9:00am. Begins at 10th […]

By November 11, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
ChefView-Gratified at Galletto

ChefView-Gratified at Galletto

Chef View By Dana Johnson Modesto View November 2012 Gratified at Galletto’s As I start to write this article, I realized I’m licking my lips! There is nothing quite like the delight on my palate invited by fine prepared cuisine while paired with the perfect wine. Yes, my friend Zohreen and I Adamjee, indulged in […]

By November 3, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
MetalView – New Music

MetalView – New Music

209MetalView By Mike Vanek NEW MUSIC FOR YOUR EARS This month I would like to take the time to tell you guys about some good music in our metal scene these days. First CD I reviewed was that of this years 2012 MAMA Award winners Zombie Death Stench. If the Zombie Apocalypse actually happened, this […]

By November 3, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
UrbanView-Vote or Die

UrbanView-Vote or Die

UrbanView – VOTE or DIE By: Tru Luv Lopez It may sound just a bit extreme to make such a statement like “Vote or die”, but in my personal opinion if you are not part of the solution you are a part of the problem. Your voice is mute and simply your argument dies! Presidential […]

By November 3, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
ArtView-Anniversaries!

ArtView-Anniversaries!

Art View By Jim Christiansen November marks the fifth anniversary of this column on visual arts in our area. I’d like to thank the many artists in the area who help me keep up with who shows where, what events are coming up, and what might be important to cover. Thanks also to Chris Murphy […]

FitView-Building Muscle

FitView-Building Muscle

Building Muscle Quickly By Efren Martinez The human body is a remarkable creation; in most cases it can heal itself when it’s sick, mend a broken bone and with the right training can astound us with its remarkable abilities in strength, fitness, endurance as well its muscular beauty that lies within us all. With that […]

ZenView-The Quiet Mind

ZenView-The Quiet Mind

Zen View Subject: The Quiet Mind – A Parable A martial art is not just a means to defend oneself or improve one’s physical health, although these are certainly some of the benefits. A martial art environment may even reveal how to navigate life for those paying attention. Sometimes these life lessons are not directly […]

By November 3, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Jazz&BluesView

Jazz&BluesView

Blues & JazzView What’s New with Jazz and Blues? By Eric Benson More bright moments in store for the month. The “seasons they go round and round and painted ponies go up and down,….on the carousel of life.” The seasons are upon us again and the summer’s bounty is brought in and the land is […]

By November 3, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
PerformingView-Center Stage Conservatory

PerformingView-Center Stage Conservatory

Showcasing Center Stage Conservatory Lower Level Studio By Kaye Osborn A dream comes true for two local thespians, Megan Lynch and Traci Sprague! Megan and Traci met while attending CSUS. Both were theater majors and shared a desire to manage their own Black Box studio. Luckily, Traci’s mom found the perfect place with an ideal […]

By November 3, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
BluesView-November

BluesView-November

BluesView by Big Earl Matthews November is looking great for the Blues and Roots scene in Modesto and I hope to see packed houses all month long. I’m very excited to announce that on Monday Nov 12th the Sumner Brothers from Vancouver B.C. are coming to the Barkin’ Dog for a very rare local show. […]

By November 3, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Bar View- Firkin & Fox

Bar View- Firkin & Fox

BarView Firkin & Fox By Kate Serpa Photos by Philip Johnson Oh ModestoView Reader, if I were more akin to mixology…if I could actually pour something that someone either than a compliant encourager or myself might actually enjoy, I could have been a bartender. I could have been a contender. I could be drinking four […]

By November 3, 2012 0 Comments Read More →