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Steam House Coffee Brews Special Blend of Family-Friendly Entertainment in Modesto this October with Classic Comic Con 2016

Steam House Coffee Brews Special Blend of Family-Friendly Entertainment in Modesto this October with Classic Comic Con 2016

Steam House Coffee Brews Special Blend of Family-Friendly Entertainment in Modesto this October with Classic Comic Con 2016 Press Release Proprietors of Steam House Coffee Co. are bringing a second year of convention fun to the Stanislaus County area. Previously dubbed “Steam House Con,” multi-genre, pop culture convention Classic Comic Con features two days of […]

Hey Bartender: The Perfect Bloody Mary

Hey Bartender: The Perfect Bloody Mary

Hey Bartender By guest writer Brandon Dodge Owner Kimoto Sake & Sushi Watching a bartender work can be mesmerizing.  It’s like watching a conductor leading a symphony, but with booze. Ok, maybe more like a mad scientist, but if you really want to see some magic; and some of my fellow bartenders will probably hate me […]

Weekend Needle Drop-Secret Affair

Weekend Needle Drop-Secret Affair

Weekend Needle Drop-52 Weeks 52 Albums SECRET AFFAIR-GLORY BOYS Sire Records Glory Boys was the first of three albums released by the Mod Revival band SECRET AFFAIR. Released in 1979 on I Spy in the UK and 1980  on Sire Records in the US. This is a promotional copy I bought for $2.99 at Replay […]

Ride for Mom & Farmers Market Today

Ride for Mom & Farmers Market Today

Good morning! Is your bike ready? Ride for Mom is starting at 7 am Johansen High. 77 mile at 7. 35 mile at 8 and 10 mile following. There will be good snd exhibits at the stadium. The amazing Farmers Certified Market is open now on 16th St with all sorts of tasty treats. Friends […]

Meet a Young Harpist- Tess Kara

Meet a Young Harpist- Tess Kara

Meet a Young Harpist By Kaye Osborn Tess Kara is a 9th grader in the IB program at Modesto High School. She was an accomplished 8-year old pianist with Nina Black. One day Nina encouraged her to try a harp class with Margie Butler. Tess did just that! She was hooked. She loved playing the […]

“Pick and Gather” at Riverdance Farms Returns for 11th Year

“Pick and Gather” at Riverdance Farms Returns for 11th Year

11th Annual “Pick and Gather” at Riverdance Farms June 4 and 5, 2016 12230 Livingston-Cressey Rd, Livingston, CA 95334 www.riverdancefarms.com This music-packed event will feature the Poorhouse Millionaires, Red Pony of Turlock, Maha Shakti, Mumfest player Gail Dreifus, singer songwriter Faux Renwah, and more.  In addition to music,  there will be local crafters, artists, henna artists, […]

The Turlock Certified Farmers Market and Love Turlock will begin this Saturday, May 7th at the Stan Co Fairgrounds

The Turlock Certified Farmers Market and Love Turlock will begin this Saturday, May 7th at the Stan Co Fairgrounds

The Turlock Certified Farmers Market and Love Turlock will begin this Saturday, May 7th at the Fairgrounds. The Turlock Certified Farmers Market (TCFM) will now be held every Saturday, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm, starting this Saturday May 7, 2016 through October 29, 2016 (blackout dates including the two Saturday’s of Fair, July 9th and […]

City to Make Modesto 4th Proclamation

City to Make Modesto 4th Proclamation

Greetings Modesto Friends. It’s coming soon! The most special day in the Star Wars calendar. Yes, it is almost May the 4th. People around the world have been celebrating this special day for years and now its is time for Modesto to officially adopt this message of peace and hope. The City of Modesto will […]

ZenView – Generosity

ZenView – Generosity

GENEROSITY By Mary Layton What makes a person generous? Is it because he or she readily shares his or her material assets with others? Gives lavish gifts? Spoils the family and the pets? Donates to charities? Does generosity pertain mostly to the giving of material things? There is more to generosity than meets the eye. […]

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All Ages View – End of School is Almost Here

All Ages View – End of School is Almost Here

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson The end of the school year is approaching and there’s nothing I’d rather do than study for finals! The best way to get through the long grueling hours of preparing for exams is to spend some free time enjoying the good things in life. I’m especially excited about the new room […]

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ArchitectureView – Modesto’s Future is Bright

ArchitectureView – Modesto’s Future is Bright

Future of Modesto’s downtown is bright By Barrett Lipomi We are in a very exciting time for Modesto and the revitalization of our downtown. Our city has been victim to a down economy most of the past decade watching local business close and storefronts vacated. However, there is positive change happening now. Over the past […]

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MetalView – Mother’s Day Special

MetalView – Mother’s Day Special

Metal View – By Mike Vanek 2016 Mothers Day Special May is rad month for me. I was born in May, my pool opens in May, we start bbq’ing in May. The weather starts getting good but most importantly to me, it means it’s Mother’s Day and this month is all about mom’s in our […]

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ArtView – May Day May Day!

ArtView – May Day May Day!

Art View By Jim Christiansen May Day! May Day! That wasn’t your imagination last month that we published the March Art View Column in the April Edition with new photo. Unexpected April Fool’s Joke, but thank you to those of you who shared our online link to the April Column. Modesto View updates our online […]

FitView – Playground Fitness

FitView – Playground Fitness

FitView By Efren Martinez Playground Fitness I got this great idea from a friend who’s a Ninja poet. He’s an English teacher by day and an awesome father and husband by night. In fact some of you may know him as Mr. Slam on Rye. Last year Sam Pierstorff had the opportunity to compete on […]

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NonProfit View – Community Hospice

NonProfit View – Community Hospice

NonProfitView Community Hospice By DeSha McLeod, For over 36 years, Community Hospice has walked along side patients and families as they have navigated life’s end-of-life journey. Founded in a church basement by two volunteer registered nurses, Community Hospice has grown to meet the needs of the community becoming the oldest and largest non-profit hospice provider […]

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