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BargainView – The Heat is On!

BargainView – The Heat is On!

BargainView By Monica Barber The Heat Is On! It’s hotter than imaginable as Summertime greats us with open arms. Ms. M is sipping a pink lemonade under a shade tree in her backyard on this hot day thinking how wonderful it is to be able to feel the heat and also wishing it was a […]

UnpluggedView – When The Moon Hits Your Ear

UnpluggedView – When The Moon Hits Your Ear

Unplugged View By Aaron Rowan When The Moon Hits Your Ear A century ago, W. Somerset Maugham wrote ‘The Moon And Sixpence,’ a novel about a man who leaves his family to pursue his dream of becoming an artist. It was the perfect inspiration as I searched for a name for downtown Modesto’s newest live […]

JazzView – July Celebrates Penny White

JazzView – July Celebrates Penny White

JazzView By Eric Benson If you luv music you’re gonna love this Well you know it’s “Summer in the City” when you’re up at the crack and still it is hot, hot, hot!. I have learned to pace myself since moving to the Valley years ago and now have the sense to get out of […]

Go Modesto – Bastille Day

Go Modesto – Bastille Day

Aller (go) Modesto Bastille Day State – July 9 – State Theatre Join your neighbors and friends for crepes made to order in the French classical tradition by Master Baker David Bradford. Enjoy live musical accompaniment as you dine by the youth string ensemble Strings of Fire. And please do indulge in either a Champagne […]

PoetryView – Sincerely, the Sun

PoetryView – Sincerely, the Sun

Sincerely, The Sun by Sam Pierstorff, #NinjaPoet I see you down there, lathering your bare shoulders in sunscreen like a baker frosts a cupcake. You’re right to do so. The closer I get, the more I burn, which makes people afraid of a relationship with me. These days, I’m hotter than ever, so it’s your […]

Performing View and Stage View

Performing View and Stage View

PerformingView A Time to Perform in July By Kaye Osborn and Chris Murphy July offers many activities for you and your whole family! Fireworks, the 4th of July parade and concerts in the park. There are many theatrical productions to support. Some are local but there are some that requires some driving. Check out theatrical […]

GlobalView SF OutsideLands Turns 10!

GlobalView SF OutsideLands Turns 10!

GlobalView By Chris Murphy OutsideLands turns 10! Are you ready for San Francisco OutsideLands 2017? The ViewCrew has been covering this amazing 3-day festival for many years. This music, food and culture festival will happen August 9-11 in the lush greenery of Golden Gate Park at the Polo fields and surrounding meadows featuring The Who, […]

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CommunityView – Boy Scouts Help Park

CommunityView – Boy Scouts Help Park

CommunityView By Rhonda Allen & Chris Murphy LaLoma Native Garden Helped by Eagle Scout The LaLoma Native Plant garden is finally a reality and thanks to a huge neighborhood and Love Modesto effort, this once barren lot is now a really cool park with a trail and native California plants. Now, the park has a […]

CountryView – All American Music

CountryView – All American Music

CountryView By D. J. Walker, KAT Country 103 With the Birthday of our Country’s freedom this month, there’s no genre of music more patriotic than Country Music. The freedom of speech that gives us the right to print this magazine was given to us by a soldier fighting on the front lines. One of the […]

BluesView – Hot July Blues

BluesView – Hot July Blues

BluesView By Big Earl Matthews Hi folks, I am writing this up on the first day of summer and if this is any indication of things to come it’s going to be a hot one. I’m going to recommend that you drink lots of water and hang out with some cool blues musicians. Some things […]

SongwriterView -Sounds of Summer

SongwriterView -Sounds of Summer

An Explosive Summer of Music By Patty Castillo Davis There is no shortage of things to do in and around the 209. Music is on every corner and music makers are in their “season”. One of the key events where we invest in and teach the next generation of musicians and sound engineers is at […]

DesignView – Raising the Bar for Young Design Talent in Modesto

DesignView – Raising the Bar for Young Design Talent in Modesto

DesignView by Lee Davis, Founder, Modesto Design School Raising the Bar for Young Design Talent in Modesto Born in Ecuador and raised in Modesto, Jordi Camps, Jr. is an exceptionally talented young designer and illustrator. Camps attended Beyer High School and Modesto Junior College (MJC) where he discovered his passion for design. He went on […]

By July 1, 2017 Read More →
CommunityView – Boy Scouts Help Park

CommunityView – Boy Scouts Help Park

CommunityView By Rhonda Allen & Chris Murphy LaLoma Native Garden Helped by Eagle Scout The LaLoma Native Plant garden is finally a reality and thanks to a huge neighborhood and Love Modesto effort, this once barren lot is now a really cool park with a trail and native California plants. Now, the park has a […]

ParadeView – Happy 4th Modesto!

ParadeView – Happy 4th Modesto!

ParadeView By Chris Murphy The Fourth of July in Modesto is so very special. It is one of those days where everyone is family and we all are celebrating the USA and our very own special blend of ModestoCana that we serve daily. Downtown Modesto will be the place to be on July 4th as […]

By July 1, 2017 Read More →
Smart way to get to School

Smart way to get to School

MJC Partners with MAX/ Bus for FREE Rides by Tasha Williams Exciting news is brewing here Positive Peeps! Modesto Junior College (MJC), Modesto Area Express (MAX), and Stanislaus Regional Transit (StaRT) buses have come together for a great cause. MJC is doing more than simply assisting students with a great education. They recognize that pursuing […]

By June 30, 2017 Read More →