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PublisherView

Greetings Modesto Friends! Happy September! This is a big Murphy milestone. Both of our girls are out on their own. Madison living and working in San Francisco and Abbey now at UC Berkeley, all set up in her dorm and starting classes. It is so different around the house and a lot more quiet. But […]

BarView – Summer Spritz

BarView – Summer Spritz

BarView Summer Spritz By Chris Murphy If you like lounging at cafes, hanging out at our local bars, especially those with patios or even with a group of friends like I do, you are always searching for something refreshing, not too sweet, not too sour and something that I can enjoy one, two or maybe […]

ZenView

ZenView

ZenView By Mary Layton TIME OUT Where’s all the time going? An hour feels more like half an hour. What happened? Have the computers, texts and tweets accelerated time? Is the universe spinning faster? Sure seems like people have a lot less time than before. Technology has countless advantages but it does not necessarily buy […]

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PerformingView

PerformingView

PerformingView A Time to Perform in September By Kaye Osborn Now is the time to purchase your season tickets and support your favorite theater or dance performers. My husband and I enjoy attending local venues as well as out-of-the-area. Center Stave Conservatory’s Lower Level Studio, Central West Ballet and Prospect Theater offer season subscriptions If […]

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AcousticView-Dial L For Loves It!

AcousticView-Dial L For Loves It!

Acoustic View By Aaron Rowan Photographer’s credit to Mikkel Elbech. Dial L for Loves It! Lordy f—ing lordy! The new Not An Airplane record, Unpredictable Fame, has found its way into this world, and it is sweet. The last effort by this homegrown trio was named editor’s pick in Rolling Stone, but this latest album […]

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UrbanView

UrbanView

UrbanView – By Javier Lopez Representing your self the right way! Weather you are looking for you or your group to be recognized, booked or shopping to record labels, it is very important to represent yourself in a professional manner. Do not assume that since we are in this music industry, that you can be […]

ChefView-Cafe Deva

ChefView-Cafe Deva

Chef View By Dana Johnson Dana~licious Delighted @ Deva’s! Oh yes Modesto, if you love melt in your mouth food, soulful blues music, and/or have an eye for passionate art, Deva Café has it all! It was a Sunday morning in downtown Modesto when I was drawn in by decadent aromas of breakfast, the inescapable […]

AllAgesView

AllAgesView

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson Football season is finally here and everyone’s getting excited! I’m looking forward to my third year of cheering for the Central Saints. The Saints are a Pop Warner football and cheer league in the Tri Valley Youth Football League or TVYFL. Being a member of Saints Cheer means we learn and […]

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RockabillyView

RockabillyView

RockabillyView By Jennifer Allsup TOP 20 ROCKABILLY SONGS I love Rockabilly and all the old school styles of the Shak’n, Rattl’n and Roll’n. If there is old vinyl you are searching for, Third Man Records (Jack White of the White Stripes’ label) has recently joined with Sun Records and is reproducing the oldies on vinyl […]

History of Rock n Roll – Part 5

History of Rock n Roll – Part 5

The History of Rockabilly and Rock and Roll Series Continued By Chris Murphy We are on a wild and fun historical roll and the people of Modesto USA are getting hip to the fact that not only are we the home of American Graffiti, we are one of the birthplaces of Rock n’ Roll. I […]

ArtView

ArtView

September 2013 Art View – Jim Christiansen Always nice to hear of a new gallery opening in Modesto. Uno Sergento opened its inaugural show August 15, with Ink, paint and clay: “A Life of their Own”, by Don Hall and Mary Scheinuck. Show runs through September 26. Uno Sergento is inside the One Stop Design […]

Jazz & BluesView

Jazz & BluesView

Jazz & Blues View By Eric Benson Oh, it’s a long, long while from May to December but the days grow shorter when you reach September. When the autumn weather turns leaves to flame, one hasn’t got the time for the waiting game, oh the days dwindle down to precious few…those few precious days I’ll […]

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FitView

FitView

FitView By Efren Martinez Too tired, it’s been a long day, legs hurt, it’s too hot, it’s too cold. Sometimes any reasoning beyond the fact that we are just being lazy will comfort us so we don’t have to separate ourselves from the couch or that bag of chips to exercise. Sure, I’ve been there, […]

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AuthorView

Photograph by Brian Swander. AuthorView By Ken White “The Bicyclist” You never saw him without his bike. At the park, going to the bowling alley or pinball palace, on the streets, at the hospital, or back home to his mother’s house alongside Pike Park. It’s how he got from Point A to Point B. In […]

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Annual Phone Book Recycling

Annual Phone Book Recycling

Annual Phone book Recycling Event October 1-31, 2013 New phone books are arriving in Modesto and throughout Stanislaus County in October and we have the 4 1 1 on how you can recycle your old phone books. Residents and businesses can go green and recycle old phone books by placing them in either their green […]