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Airborne Toxic Event at Amoeba Hollywood

Airborne Toxic Event at Amoeba Hollywood

Airborne Toxic Event at Amoeba Hollywood By Russ Allsup On Feb. 25th The Airborne Toxic Event had a CD release show at Amoeba Records in Hollywood, Ca. for their 3rd album, Dope Machines. People were lined up around the block for this free show hours before the event and the band played to a packed […]

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Colleen Green at Amoeba Hollywood

Colleen Green at Amoeba Hollywood

Colleen Green at Amoeba Colleen Green did a record release show at Amoeba Records on Feb. 24th for her album “I Want To Grow Up” on Hardly Art Records. I love hearing new musicians and she definitely has something unique to offer. Her voice is angelic, dreamy and instantly takes you away to someplace far […]

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Styx Free Show!

Styx Free Show!

Free Styx Show It was July of last year when the Retro Band, Styx, graced The Gallo Center for The Arts in Modesto. If you were there you experienced a Rockin’ good time. Just recently I received an email from their publicist for a free show. This Styx concert won’t be happening at any local […]

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Pinyata – The Underground Social Media

Pinyata – The Underground Social Media

“Pinyata” The Underground in Social Media By Efren Martinez From scoring big artist interviews to getting the pre-sale codes of an upcoming concert, Pinyata is one of my biggest tools I have when it comes to reaching out to professional recording stars and their agents. It’s also a great source to get the latest on […]

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MJC Community Orchestra celebrates Bach in the Subways Day

MJC Community Orchestra celebrates Bach in the Subways Day

(Modesto, CA) – The Modesto Junior College Community Orchestra will celebrate the birthday of composer Johann Sebastian Bach with a “Bach in the Subways Day” on Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 11:30 a.m. at 10th Street Plaza, located at 1010 10th Street in Modesto. Bach in the Subways is an international organization founded by cellist […]

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ChefView – Twisted Pig

ChefView – Twisted Pig

ChefView – Twisted Pig Get Twisted Pig!By Dana Johnson The Twisted Pig isn’t the latest dance craze, it isn’t a new barnyard reality show, and you don’t have to wear pigtails to get through the door unless you want to! Here in Modesto we have numerous unique and mouth-worthy restaurants that thankfully are not major […]

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BargainView

BargainView

BargainView By Monica Barber Waiting on the world to change is as much fun as watching paint drying, but on this lovely pre-spring morning I catch my breath. After witnessing the flowers start to open up between the mist and grey this morning, I know my waiting isn’t entirely in vain. Some believe that luck […]

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FitView- Chasing Shadows

FitView- Chasing Shadows

Chasing Shadows By Efren Martinez On Sunday, March 29th, many of you will be chasing shadows at The Modesto Marathon and your Quake DJ in fitness will be there once again to send you off with some energetic beats as well as welcome you back at the finish line. The Surgical Artistry Modesto Marathon (SAMM) […]

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UrbanView – Jae Havana

UrbanView – Jae Havana

UrbanView – By Javier Lopez Jae Havana The interview Javier Lopez: Who is Jae Havana? Jae Havana: I’m a hip hop artist raised in here in Modesto. I’m an average person who loves all types of music, adventures and sports. I’ve been blessed with the ability to write music and lyrics, which I’m grateful for. […]

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ZenView – Beginner’s Mind

ZenView – Beginner’s Mind

ZenView Mary Layton Beginner’s Mind In Martial Art Schools the term “Beginner’s Mind” is an important concept. It can be applied to any art form, music, cooking and sewing, etc. The idea is to give up feeling that you know everything already. The mind of a beginner comes from not knowing, and is like an […]

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UnpluggedView – Sunday Afternoons at CBS

UnpluggedView – Sunday Afternoons at CBS

Unplugged View Renewal Weekend By Tina Arnopole Driskill The second weekend in March sees a very special weekend hosted by Sunday Afternoons at CBS and Congregation Beth Shalom, as they present Jewish Renewal 101, a three-day program of music and mysticism held at 1705 Sherwood Ave. Jewish Renewal refers to an emerging movement which describes […]

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All Ages View

All Ages View

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson Are you a high school/college student interested in traveling to other countries as a young ambassador? If not, maybe you are a person that enjoys learning about Rocks and Minerals? Or maybe what you enjoy is supporting live local theatre? Whatever your interest, March is a lucky month for you! Modesto […]

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ArtView-Artist Open Studio Coming

ArtView-Artist Open Studio Coming

Art View By Jim Christiansen Stanislaus Family Justice Center will reprise their Annual “Art of Justice” celebration and fundraiser, featuring a child inspired collaboration with local artists, to facilitate a silent auction, artists reception and wine and appetizer gala, to support their work with victims of Domestic Violence. The Center has art programs and ongoing […]

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Jazz/BluesView – Cuban Extravaganza

Jazz/BluesView – Cuban Extravaganza

Blues & JazzView by Eric Benson “If you luv music you’re gonna love this” Some Latin music coming at you a few months shy of Cinco De Mayo. When opportunity knocks I often answer the door. It’s going to be a Cuban extravaganza for our Blue Monday Party, and a Brazilian woman’s fest with John […]

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PerformingView – March

PerformingView – March

A Time to Perform in March By Kaye Osborn The process to choose a play begins many months before the actual performances. A script is chosen, auditions are announced, show is cast and rehearsals begin. The director directs, the choreographer teaches the dances, and the musical director enhances the songs. Actors memorize their blocking, their […]

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