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PerformingView

PerformingView

A Time to Perform in October By Kaye Osborn Going to the theater to see a live performance is one of my favorite activities. My husband and I support local productions as well as out-of-town. We attend musicals, vocal and instrumental concerts, comedy shows, poetry readings, and dramatic presentations. The audience provides energy for the […]

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AcousticView – Going dutch

AcousticView – Going dutch

Acoustic View By Aaron Rowan Going Dutch “You can lead a horticulture, but you can’t make her think,” Dorothy Parker once famously replied when asked to use ‘horticulture’ in a sentence. Parker was a 1920’s-era writer known for her razor-wire wit and sarcasm – certainly my type of gal. She was also a prominent member […]

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ArtView-October

ArtView-October

Art View By Jim Christiansen October’s Downtown Modesto Third Thursday Art Walk falls on my birthday, October 17. I am celebrating by getting a new map, and seeing what’s new. Find the new map at www.modestoartwalk.com<http://www.modestoartwalk.com> or stop in at Crow Trading where some of my art on sale. Artists interested in showing their work […]

BIG/MAMAView – 2013 MAMAs

BIG/MAMAView – 2013 MAMAs

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All AgesView-Fall is Favorite Time

All AgesView-Fall is Favorite Time

By Leia Johnson My favorite time of the year is finally here! I’m excited for the pumpkin seeds, the yellow and orange leaves, the apple picking and everyone’s favorite, Halloween! Fall is a great time of year to spend with your friends and your family! A great way to spend time together is by going […]

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Alan Sanchez to Host 2013 MAMAs

Alan Sanchez to Host 2013 MAMAs

The 2013 MAMAs will be MC’d by the talented Alan Sanchez of Good Day Sacramento. Alan always shows the best side of Modesto in his reporting. That is what we look for in an host, a dedication to showing good side of Modesto and the MAMAs is a great way to do this. Watch this […]

UrbanView

UrbanView

UrbanView – By Javier Lopez Hello everyone. I am on the road to Mr. Olympia 2013 in Las Vegas NV. Sitting passenger next to my brothers Beto Sanchez and Jesse Ramirez. Taking this time to reflect on this years’ journey. As many you may already know the yearly Modesto Music awards is back. Many believe […]

MJC 61st Agriculture Open House-Oct 10

MJC 61st Agriculture Open House-Oct 10

MJC Agricultural Department Celebrates 61st Anniversary of Agriculture Open House (Modesto, CA)—Modesto Junior College invites the public to the 61st Annual Agriculture Open House on Thursday, October 10, in the Agriculture Department building located on Coldwell Avenue on MJC’s East Campus. MJC Agriculture students will plan, construct and present displays, which feature the many Agriculture […]

MJC free-“Mother:Caring for 7 Billion”

MJC free-“Mother:Caring for 7 Billion”

MJC presents free screening of the film Mother: Caring for 7 Billion (Modesto, CA) – The Modesto Junior College Civic Engagement Project (CEP) invites the community to a screening of the documentary film Mother: Caring for 7 Billion on Thursday, October 10, at 7 p.m. in Forum 110 on MJC’s East Campus, 435 College Avenue. […]

FitView – JC Cox

FitView – JC Cox

From: Chris Murphy Date: Sunday, September 29, 2013 9:51 AM To: Pete Grimaldi Subject: FitView FitView by Efren Martinez It wasn’t till JC Cox’s mid 60’s that he decided to live an active sports lifestyle. I met JC at one of my Triathlon events and I was immediately impressed with his fitness endurance abilities. Since […]

Jazz&BluesView

Jazz&BluesView

Jazz and Blues Views By Eric Benson Venues for the arts come and go but always refreshing when one appears that is in a quality environment with seasoned musicians. One new place that fills the bill in DEWZ Restaurant’s Wine Bar. The Saturday night music is from 8:00 to 10:00 or so and features solo […]

RockabillyView-MAMA Nominees

RockabillyView-MAMA Nominees

RockabillyView By Jennifer Allsup Rockabilly music is a Modesto music tradition since 1937 and yet there are so many people that don’t know much about it. This month, I will tell you about some of the nominees and encourage you to go out and listen to these bands, online, or live on stage at the […]

ArchitectureView-Creative Placemaking

ArchitectureView-Creative Placemaking

ArchitectureView By Bob Barzan Downtown and Creative Placemaking Something wonderful is happening in downtown Modesto. The community is coming together to create a vibrant neighborhood. The transformation began last year with two successful demonstration parklets at the corner of 10th and J Streets, the installation of the Modesto Historic Graffiti Cruise Route markers (http://modestocruiseroute.com), and […]

AuthorView

AuthorView

“Tyranny of the Downbeat” Remembrances of Things Musical It was twenty years ago today, That Sergeant Pepper taught the band to play. They been goin’ in and out of style, But they’re guaranteed to raise a smile. So let me introduce to you, The band you’ve known for all these years, – The Beatles, “Sergeant […]

California¹s East Side Photography – Oct 14

California¹s East Side Photography – Oct 14

California’s East Side Photography presentation by Jack McBride Monday, October 14, 6:30 p.m., Mistlin Gallery, 1015 J Street, Modesto Central California Art Association, 209-529-3369 The Mistlin Gallery hosts a free presentation by Jack McBride featuring his new book,California’s East Side at the CCAA members meeting, Monday, October 14 at 6:30 p.m. The slide lecture covers […]