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FitView Basketball Madness

FitView Basketball Madness

FitView Basketball Madness By Efren Martinez Last month, many of us enjoyed the March Madness basketball games on TV. What caught my attention was not so much the talent these players had but their endurance to be able to continually keep moving from one end of the basketball court to the other. In my neighborhood, […]

By April 1, 2017 Read More →
ZenView – Simplicity

ZenView – Simplicity

ZenView By Mary Layton Simplicity From a Zen point of view simplicity is an important aspect on the road to peace and serenity. The idea is that the simpler your surroundings, the simpler and calmer your mind will be. If you are a serious Zen Buddhist you will shave your head, regardless whether you are […]

By March 2, 2017 Read More →
ArtView – Art in March

ArtView – Art in March

Art View By Jim Christiansen FOTO Modesto first time event was spectacular in scope with its 28 venues, numerous openings, 28 days up, and over 90 artists on display. I hope to see more ambitious visual art initiatives like this in Modesto. March has a busy schedule and is National Youth Art Month. March 5 […]

By March 2, 2017 Read More →
Design View – Awesome Inclusive Design

Design View – Awesome Inclusive Design

DesignView by Lee Davis, Founder, Modesto Design School Modesto’s awesome, socially-inclusive design In 1905, Modesto inventor Joseph C. Dana filed a patent application for “a writing-guide designed for use by blind persons.”This may be Modesto’s earliest example of “accessible design,” “inclusive design” or “universal design,” i.e., the design of experiences, places and products usable by […]

By March 2, 2017 Read More →
LeadershipView – Intersection of Art

LeadershipView – Intersection of Art

LeadershipView By Dezaree Seeds, MBA INTERSECTION OF ART Every year the Modesto Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Modesto Program not only identifies, educates and motivates potential community leaders; but also requires its participants to volunteer their time to identify and complete a service project that will have a positive impact in the Community. The Leadership Modesto […]

By March 2, 2017 Read More →
Go Sonora – Jousting !

Go Sonora – Jousting !

Go Sonora This sport is so extreme that National Geographic did a special television series based on it’s followers and came to Sonora to cover it five years ago. We’ll it’s back with more riders, more challenges, and only one knight will walk away with the grand honor of being champion. Riders are coming to […]

By March 2, 2017 Read More →
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 […]

By March 1, 2017 Read More →
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 […]

By March 1, 2017 Read More →
BrewView: Erin Go Bragh! P. Wexford’s Pub

BrewView: Erin Go Bragh! P. Wexford’s Pub

Erin Go Bragh! P. Wexford’s Pub By Brandilyn Brown & Christopher Mitchell    There a few fun St. Patrick’s Day parties in the Central Valley, and up high on the list is St. Paddy’s at the MAMA winning P. Wexford’s Pub!  A great little Irish pub in the heart of Modesto, with an impressive array […]

By March 1, 2017 Read More →
AllAgesView

AllAgesView

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson Between the Turkey Trot and ModShop, I’m sure you have a grasp on how packed with events this month is going to be. Before your calendar is completely filled; plan for an outing using my favorite form of travel; the train. I am infatuated with the idea of transportation and the […]

By November 5, 2016 Read More →
ModShop Artist highlight for 2016

ModShop Artist highlight for 2016

We love Mod Shop! Downtown Modesto transforms into one big holiday shopping guide, where you can literally find something for everyone on your list, and then even find the wrapping, bows and cards to go with your gift. These are some of the artists we will have this year. Lovely Woods We have had the […]

By November 1, 2016 Read More →
All Ages View

All Ages View

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson I am a huge fan of clouds and rainy day music so naturally these fall months have me feeling wonderful. After a long, hectic summer, it feels so great to be back into the swing of things. With influence from friends and family, I have always had a strong will to […]

By September 30, 2016 Read More →
Ohana Music Festival on the Beach

Ohana Music Festival on the Beach

Ohana Music Festival on the Beach by Russ Allsup and Dan Westcott Upon arriving at the very first Ohana Fest, the vibe was friendly and laid back. The first sight as one exited the freeway was the blue water and splashing waves of the Pacific Ocean, which added to the anticipation. After securing a parking spot, […]

By September 17, 2016 Read More →
FitView – Pep Up Fitness

FitView – Pep Up Fitness

FitView By Efren Martinez Pep-up Fitness I am a man who appreciates one of God’s greatest creations on earth, the human body. So I’ll ask you to push aside all your reasons for not exercising, eating healthy and doing the right thing when it come to taking care of our bodies. I realizing that none […]

By September 3, 2016 Read More →
Local Fruit Stands

Local Fruit Stands

Our local fruit stands are an absolute treasure and will help you stay fit and healthy by eating fresh and tasty produce grown right here in the Central Valley. This handy list of local certified farmer’s market locations will help you find your groove and stay on track with your health goals. Remember to take […]

By August 1, 2016 Read More →