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GreetingsView- Happy March

GreetingsView- Happy March

Greetings Modesto Friends: As a Murphy, March, and St. Patrick’s Day in particular, is one of our favorite times of the year. Why you ask? Because everyone is honorary Irish and a Murphy for a day and that means we are all family. That is what we have here at ModestoView with our ViewCrew and […]

ChefView – Flavor of Irish

ChefView – Flavor of Irish

Chef View By Dana Johnson All in “Flavor” of Irish Luck say “I” Once upon a time there was a fanciful Leprechaun (lol, it’s me!) that could smell the aromas of corned beef swirling in the air throughout all the land (in Modesto) following the path (on McHenry), to a quaint cottage looking establishment (P. […]

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Bargain View March

Bargain View March

BargainView Spring is on the way! By Monica Barber Spring is on the way and the beauty of the season must be enjoyed. Ms. M finds herself enamored with the warm temperatures. As I watch the birds sing in the trees and sunbathe in fountains, I’m reminded of the simplicity of living and how easily […]

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ArchitectureView – Modesto Landmarks

ArchitectureView – Modesto Landmarks

Modesto Landmarks By Barrett Lipomi March is often the month where seasons start to change in Modesto and our residents get outdoors to enjoy all that our town has to offer. So I thought this would be a great month to encourage you to get out and explore the amazing historic buildings and sites in […]

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MetalView – Metal Showcase

MetalView – Metal Showcase

Metal View – By Mike Vanek March Local Band Showcase Last month we showcased some local bands and we are back this month to showcase a few more. By no means is this all the good bands in town, and we shall cover more in the future!! Next month we pay tribute to a true […]

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PoetryView – Dear 26.2 Mile Run

PoetryView – Dear 26.2 Mile Run

Dear 26.2-Mile Run by Sam Pierstorff, #NinjaPoet I have been drinking a lot lately, slugging shots of honey whiskey, watching you all night leaning over the bar, legs so long an airplane could land on your hamstrings. I want you more than you want me. We both know that. But still you flirt with your […]

ZenView – Are You Blooming

ZenView – Are You Blooming

ZenView By Mary Layton Are You Blooming Once again spring is here. I am telling everyone who does not live here how lovely our valley of blooming orchards is. Are you blooming too? Budding out with new ideas? Feeling the chi? Ready to take on the year with new vigor? Branching out? The force of […]

ArtView – Young At Art

ArtView – Young At Art

Art View By Jim Christiansen March does take off with a bang this month. “Young at Art,” the annual student show opens at Mistlin Gallery, with a run to March 19, where it finishes with an artist reception and Awards Ceremony at 2:30 pm. Student art featured in several age categories and media, from preschool […]

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CommunityView – Be A Neighbor

CommunityView – Be A Neighbor

Introducing Neighborhood Spotlights By Maryann Spikes The ViewCrew would like to put a spotlight on your neighborhood to showcase everything you love about living in it. Neighbors moving into your neighborhood want to know what’s good in the ‘hood. Send your neighbors’ answers to Maryann at ichthus77@me.com<mailto:ichthus77@me.com> and yours may be the next neighborhood under […]

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All Ages View

All Ages View

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson Tra la it’s March! For the past few months I have been rehearsing with my classmates for our schools’ theater production of Camelot! Why Camelot? Well, when our director Mr. Johnson was a student, Downey would bus in schools to see their productions. After seeing his first live show, Mr. Johnson […]

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Unplugged View – V For Virtuoso

Unplugged View – V For Virtuoso

Unplugged View By Aaron Rowan V For Virtuoso, Part One It’s beginning to look a lot like MUMfest! Our annual acoustic festival is still a month away, but this being the 5th anniversary event, we’re taking the entire month of April to showcase the wide range of sounds we enjoy curating. We have even partnered […]

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PerformingView – March 2016

PerformingView – March 2016

A Time to Perform in March 2016 By Kaye Osborn There is nothing more rewarding than directing and producing a musical with young performers. The actors in the Lakewood production of Sleepy Hollow have rehearsed with enthusiasm, energy and vibrancy. I am so very proud of this year’s show. We would love to see you […]

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InterView – Meet Golden Bough

InterView – Meet Golden Bough

Meet Golden Bough By Kaye Osborn Margie Butler and Paul Espinzoa formed Golden Bough in January of 1980. They perform traditional music of the seven Celtic Nation. They are very popular and internationally known travelling to Europe every year. I got to know them very well as they always performed at Lakewood School, even teaching […]

BluesView

BluesView

BluesView By Earl Matthews Hello everyone, I hope you are ready for spring because it is here already and that means it’s time to get yourself ready for some outdoor fun and music. Getting things kicked off this monthevery Thursday is Jeramy Norris and the Dangerous Mood hosting their weekly open Blues Jam at Garlic […]

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FitView – Spinning Fitness

FitView – Spinning Fitness

Spring fitness By Efren Martinez March into fitness or should I say “spin” into fitness. Last month we experienced many consecutive days of record high temperatures. As soon as that warm sunshine hit our faces, many of us had sudden urges to bring out our bicycles from the winter storage and hit the open road. […]