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Archive for November, 2017

ChefView

ChefView

Chef View By Dana Johnson Just Skewer Me & Grill Me! Do not fry me! As my dining choices continue to get more spoiled and selective, I was most delighted by my very first experience at the renowned Skewers Kabob House. I am a mega carnivore and there is something cool about biting delectable meats […]

MetalView-March

MetalView-March

Metal View – By Mike Vanek This Month I have a few things to talk about this month… the first thing is just truly awesome good friends of the MetalView Zombie Death Stench have given us some great news. After self-releasing their current album “The Coming Bloodbath” and constantly promoting it by playing all over […]

RockabillyView – March

RockabillyView – March

RockabillyView This is our monthly column celebrating the music that has unique origins in Modesto since Freddy Maddox started his slappin’ bass sound in 1938. Modesto USA is the roots of Rock and Roll and we love to celebrate it monthly and all year long with our high priestess of Rockabilly, Jenn Allsup – Chris […]

ArtView- March

ArtView- March

Art View by Jim Christiansen Stanislaus Artist Open Studio map booklets go on sale March 1. The third annual event features 57 artists in 35 studio venues all around the county. Maps are $10 with Students under 18 Free, and available at the March 2nd Acoustic Rock Society Art and Music of Our Own at […]

ZenView-Diligent Practice

ZenView-Diligent Practice

Diligent Practice “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle I once asked my teacher who is a well known martial artist and excellent teacher from China what it was that made him so successful. Known to talk little, he said only three words: Keep doing […]

PerformingView

PerformingView

A Time to Perform in March By Kaye Osborn March is full of local dramatic offerings! Many high schools are producing their spring shows! The youth of our community are an amazing treasure and you can see with stars like Jeremy Renner and Tim Olyphant that kids that are on stage here in Modesto can […]

JazzBluesView – March

JazzBluesView – March

What’s New with Jazz and Blues? By Eric Benson There seems to be brighter moments coming as the weather gets warmer & things heat up. A recent night of salsa at the Fat Cat Music House featured local based Orchestra Dharma lead by Trombonist, arranger Jamie Dubberly featuring Cuban greats Carlos Carro on percussion, and […]

MS Society

MS Society

The National MS Society keeps people moving. The Northern California Chapter serves 84,000 people affected by MS in 40 Northern California counties. Currently there is $11.3 million in active research grants that take place in Northern California institutions, research focused on stopping the progression of the disease, restoring function that’s been lost and ending the […]

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All Ages View-March

All Ages View-March

AllAgesView By Abbey Murphy March is here! I am a big fan of March partially because it is the month of the Irish (I think you can see I’m biased by my last name, Murphy) and also because it means that spring is on its way! Remember to bring out the green on St. Patrick’s […]

AuthorView

AuthorView

AuthorView “Wearin’ o’ the Green” by Ken White My mother never met a holiday she didn’t like. Partly because each one was a day to celebrate; a day off from the day-to-day. Plus, they were all fun in their own way. One of her favorites was March 17th – St. Patrick’s Day. It had nothing […]

Efren Escapes Alcatraz

Efren Escapes Alcatraz

ModestoView FitView Editor Efren Martinez successfully Escaped once again from Alcatraz! One word summed up this years winter Escape from Alacatraz Triathlon. “Freezing” Efren told us “Did I have fun doing this years Escape? I guess the answer would be yes in a deranged freezing kind of way. LOL Emphasizing on the word “deranged” here. […]

BarView – 108 Sports Lounge

BarView – 108 Sports Lounge

BarView The 108 Sports Lounge By Kate Serpa Photos by Philip Johnson Two quick matters to address before we begin– Firstly, I sincerely apologize to anyone I might have offended with last month’s article in regard to the venereal disease matter. Secondly, I am amazingly flattered so many of you read me! I’ve met more […]