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Archive for November, 2017

GoModesto – Omelete Lunch

GoModesto – Omelete Lunch

Go Modesto Omelet Brunch for Salvation Army This is a very tasty way to support a fantastic local organization that does so much for so many. The Salvation Army really delivers on services and programs for those in need. They are management lean and very effective so you get the most bang for your donated […]

BIG VIEW – Journalism 101

BIG VIEW – Journalism 101

The BigView By Chris Murphy Who? What? Where? When? Why? and How? I love newspapers. I always have. I have them delivered to my home daily. In addition to the papers, I scan all of the feeds to keep me up on current events, and I really try to educate myself on all of the […]

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DramaView

DramaView

DramaView Student Theatre Season By Chris Murphy There are some amazing performances this month by our youth. You never know who the next Jeremy Renner or Tim Olyphant will be, so don’t miss these. These theatre groups have worked so very hard and the audience should be packed with our whole community, not just their […]

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IrishView

IrishView

The Irish Weekend / Month By Chris Murphy It is a sea of Irish green all over our region. If it is Guinness, Irish Coffee, some music, or a Car Bomb and Corned Beef and Cabbage, you can find it all this month. California looks like Ireland each March so let’s dance a jig and […]

H.O.S.T. House brings laughter and warmth to those who need it

H.O.S.T. House brings laughter and warmth to those who need it

H.O.S.T House in association with Red Dragonfly Productions presents H.O.S.T. House Comedy Night Comedy Benefit for H.O.S.T. House (Helping Others Sleep Tonight) Starring Don Friesen with Liz Grant Friday, March 24, 2016, 8 pm Federated Church Fellowship Hall 45 S. El Circulo Avenue Patterson, CA 95363 $15/advance and $20/door General Admission Doors 30 minutes before […]

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Cosplay Award Show to Make a Splash at StocktonCon

Cosplay Award Show to Make a Splash at StocktonCon

StocktonCon and the NorCal Cosies are teaming up to bring you The Cosies at StocktonCon. California’s only Red Carpet Cosplay Awards show is expanding its reach by joining forces with StocktonCon to bring San Joaquin County/East Bay their very own Cosplay Awards Show. Over the last five years, StocktonCon has grown not just in attendance […]

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CommunityView La Loma Neighborhood

CommunityView La Loma Neighborhood

CommunityView by Rhonda Allen   La Loma Neighborhood has been fortunate to have many involved neighbors working together on a variety of projects to improve the neighborhood. Thanks to the handiwork of Doug Highiet, new La Loma signs will soon be placed in the roundabouts to dress up the neighborhood entrances. The signs are metal […]

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FitView: InterView of Enrique Montano

FitView: InterView of Enrique Montano

FitView: InterView of Enrique Montano In respect to both sports, between football and soccer, the game of soccer burns far more aerobic calories per game. According to livestrong.com, “Soccer requires tremendous cardiovascular endurance, as players must engage in 90 minutes of jogging, striding, running and sprinting. American football requires explosive strength every 20 to 40 […]

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RockabillyView: Interview with Jack of “Johnny Devil & His Sins”

RockabillyView: Interview with Jack of “Johnny Devil & His Sins”

RockabillyView: Interview with Jack of “Johnny Devil & His Sins” Johnny Devil & His Sins, a Rockabilly group from Sonora, CA, is made up members, Jack Sanchez, (Vocals, Guitar), Rockin’ Rick, (Guitar), Kevin Schwarz, (Drums) and David St. Germain (Upright Bass). ModestoView caught up with Jack Sanchez for an exclusive interview, just for you! MV: Tell me about when […]

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Voice of the March SongwriterView

Voice of the March SongwriterView

Voice of the March By Patty Castillo Davis There has been a direct and indirect resurgence of fire and a sense of rebellion in music. Does political music still exist? Protest songs in their most traditional form are flourishing. Songs of truth. Songs of Solution. If one good thing came out of the U.S. election-it […]

Pig Out This St. Patrick’s Day At Twisted Pig

Pig Out This St. Patrick’s Day At Twisted Pig

Pig Out This St. Patrick’s Day! By Brandilyn Brown With a name like “Twisted Pig”, you would expect pork on the menu every day of the year at this restaurant, and 364 days of the year you’re right. But on St. Patrick’s Day, Corned beef is front and center, ruling this roost. Friday March 17th, […]

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March BluesView

March BluesView

Hello everyone! I hope you all fared the February storms well. March is upon us and with it hopefully spring. So let’s get down to business and talk about all the fun we are going to have. I, along with the other members of the Poorhouse Millionaires, are taking off for Santa Cruz on the […]

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History from your backyard: Lovers Leap and Knights Ferry

History from your backyard: Lovers Leap and Knights Ferry

History from your backyard: Lovers Leap and Knights Ferry By Lloyd G. Ploutz Going East from Modesto through Oakdale on Highway 108 toward Sonora, you will see “Lover’s Leap” on the left side of the highway with an American flag implanted upon its top.  This is just before the Knights Ferry turnoff.  This location had many other […]

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MetalView: Attract Some Luck This Month

MetalView: Attract Some Luck This Month

Attract some luck this month. It’s March, the month of my Birthday, Women’s History and St. Patrick’s Day. St. Patrick’s Day is a day for anyone, whether you are Irish or not, to let loose and have a bit of fun. Here are five lucky things to do or see in the month of March: […]

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March is Marvelous! BargainView

March is Marvelous! BargainView

BargainView March is marvelous! March says goodbye to the cold winter and gives a warm welcome to spring. There’s something for everyone in the month of March; outdoor enthusiasts can say hello to warmer temperatures and longer daylight hours, students and teachers anticipatespring break, garden lovers celebrate the beginning of the new growing season as flowers bloom and who doesn’t love St Patrick’s Day?  It’s time for the senses […]

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