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HeartView – Go Red For Women

HeartView – Go Red For Women

HeartView By Chris Murphy This time last year I had no idea that heart issues would be part of my life, but now they are. Fortunately, I did the research, got the help I needed and had a successful heart procedure that will hopefully get me back on track. That is why I am proud […]

BarView – DoGood GINger Martini

BarView – DoGood GINger Martini

BarView By Chris Murphy Photos: Michael J Mangano DoGood GINger Martini “I am so into ginger right now” explains Raw Bartender and health and fitness trainer Melinda Jaco. When she is not getting people into shape, she is working on ways to create fresh tasting cocktails that DoGood for the body. The DoGood Tiki Gin […]

FitView – Train Like a Frogman

FitView – Train Like a Frogman

FitView By Efren Martinez Train Like A Frogman When we think of a frogman, most of us usually tie that with a Navy Seal. My comparison would be to train similar to one of these heroes if you’re a tri-athlete. Just recently I headed back to the Sea of Cortez for some winter open-ocean training. […]

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BargainView – April Showers

BargainView – April Showers

BargainView By Monica Barber April Showers of Savings! April Showers Bring May Flowers and with generous amounts of rain lately and intermittent sunshine, this month may start off a bit irregular. However, the recent rain has brought many beautiful things with it, rainbows, flowers that keep on poking through the dirt and all the beautiful […]

ZenView – Unknown

ZenView – Unknown

ZenView By Mary Layton Fear of the unknown Human nature is hungry for information and knowing stuff. We don’t do so well with the unknown. In the ancient world kings would go ask the advice of an oracle or gaze into a crystal ball to see the future. Today we ask Siri, Alexa or go […]

JazzView

JazzView

JazzView by Eric Benson “If you luv music you’re gonna love this” If you have not already heard Jamie Dubberly, Latin Grammy Winner Trombonist and arranger you have to check him out in the Blue Monday Band, second Monday of every month at the Barkin’ Dog Grill. This Month Friday the 13th at the Barkin’ […]

AllAgesView

AllAgesView

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson There is a vast amount of excitement and chaos towards the end of the school year. Though having a lot on your plate can be appealing, it is extremely important to take a step back and reflect on yourself! I consider April a month of rejuvenation. There are many ways that […]

ModestoPorchFest is Coming – May 20

ModestoPorchFest is Coming – May 20

Modesto Porchfest is Coming Fun thing to do calendar alert. This is one of the biggest music, fun and community events ever in Modesto. 30+ porches in the College, Bodem/Morris & LaLoma neighborhoods will be featuring live music on May 20 from 12 – 6 pm. ModestoView will be hosting a porch in the LaLoma […]

OutsideLands Line Up Announced!  #osl2018

OutsideLands Line Up Announced! #osl2018

OUTSIDE LANDS ANNOUNCES 2018 LINEUP By Chris Murphy The clues are out, and the wait is over. One of the USA’s favorite music, food, fun and comedy festivals is ready to announce the 2018 line up. This year offers a great variety, some epic favorites, up and comers and some groundbreaking performers. But, what you […]

By April 3, 2018 Read More →
InterView – Kendall Wesenberg

InterView – Kendall Wesenberg

InterView By Chris Murphy Kendall Wesenberg – Olympic Experiences and Advice Modesto is fortunate to have many hometown heroes, and it seems like there are always more people that are stepping up to take this part. The people of Modesto were celebrating having one of their own at the Winter Olympics in South Korea. Kendall […]

GoModesto  – Modesto on American Idol

GoModesto – Modesto on American Idol

GoModesto on Idol Let’s give it up to our own Effie Passero who killed it on the auditions for American Idol. When Lionel Ritchey goes over and looks to see if she has an extra volume knob on her, you know it is good. Many of you know her as the former Francesca Bavarro and […]

Greetings View – Play Ball and Take Heart

Greetings View – Play Ball and Take Heart

Greetings Friends, It’s baseball season friends. I’m not really the kind of baseball fan that tracks the stats and watches all of the games, but I love the idea of the sport, the ballpark, that people still listen with a transistor radio with an earphone, the 7th inning stretch, peanuts & crackerjack and the tastes […]

Help Us Walk a Mile in Her Shoes!

Help Us Walk a Mile in Her Shoes!

NonProfitView Walk a Mile for Haven By Chris Murphy We have no use and there are no excuses for spousal or domestic abuse. Period. This is something that we all must stand up against and prevent sexual abuse of any kind. We must support those that protect our most vulnerable in our community. The Haven […]

By March 30, 2018 Read More →
Libraries to Host Free Family Fun at Diá de los Niños/Diá de los Libros

Libraries to Host Free Family Fun at Diá de los Niños/Diá de los Libros

Libraries to Host Free Family Fun at Diá de los Niños/Diá de los Libros Modesto Library to give away free children’s books on April 7. Stanislaus County libraries are celebrating Diá de los Niños/Diá de los Libros (Day of the Child/Day of the Book) this spring. Día celebrations will feature crafts, activities, and a special […]

MJC presents Emmanuel Escamilla in Positive People Speaker Series

MJC presents Emmanuel Escamilla in Positive People Speaker Series

MJC presents Emmanuel Escamilla as next presenter in Positive People Speaker Series Emmanuel Escamilla, Code X program founder, is the next presenter for Modesto Junior College’s Positive People Speaker Series. The free, public presentation is Thursday, April 12, at 6 p.m. in the Mary Stuart Rogers Student Learning Center on West Campus, 2201 Blue Gum […]