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Bike to Work to Get a Raise

Bike to Work to Get a Raise

Bike to work to get a raise By the Staff of My City Bikes Friday, May 20 is National Bike to Work Day. If you’re looking for a reason to ride, consider this: biking to work could up your pay grade, lift your mood, and land you a promotion. Make More Money Biking instead of […]

By May 17, 2016 Read More →
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 […]

By May 1, 2016 Read More →
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 […]

By May 1, 2016 Read More →
Go Oakdale – Oakdale Rodeo

Go Oakdale – Oakdale Rodeo

Go Oakdale Oakdale Rodeo By Chris Murphy This is one of the longest running rodeos on the west coast. Live from the Cowboy Capitol of Oakdale, the festivities start early the week of April 5 and get crazier as it leads up to the weekend finals. One of the highlights of the whole week is […]

By April 1, 2016 Read More →
ArchitectureView – Modesto Landmarks

ArchitectureView – Modesto Landmarks

Modesto Landmarks By Barrett Lipomi March is often the month where seasons start to change in Modesto and our residents get outdoors to enjoy all that our town has to offer. So I thought this would be a great month to encourage you to get out and explore the amazing historic buildings and sites in […]

By March 2, 2016 Read More →
FitView – A Runner’s Heart Attack

FitView – A Runner’s Heart Attack

FitView By Efren Martinez A Runner’s Heart-Attack When you look at 38 year old Marla Vargus, you see a young, attractive and healthy woman. Marla’s been a runner for over 16 years. She runs three to four times a week averaging around 15 miles. According to Marla, she also eats right most of the time […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →
ArchitectureView – Senior Housing Taking Shape

ArchitectureView – Senior Housing Taking Shape

Senior Housing taking shape in Downtown Modesto By Barrett Lipomi When I see a new construction fence go up around town, I always find myself very curious about what is going on. Too often lately I find myself worrying what will become of that site. I think to myself, I hope it’s not another big […]

By January 31, 2016 Read More →
All Ages View

All Ages View

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson Here‘s to a year of new beginnings! Imagine yourself exactly a year ago…today. It’s absolutely insane how much you change in just twelve months. Within these twelve months you have had hundreds of experiences that help shape who you have become today. For the most part, you get to pick and […]

By January 3, 2016 Read More →
ZenView – Health and Wealth

ZenView – Health and Wealth

ZenView By Mary Layton Health and Wealth For those of those you haven’t noticed yet, Modesto’s city slogan “Water Wealth Contentment Health” has found a second place to shine in form of a welcoming inscription on one of the pillars supporting the new Pelandale overpass. Seeing this again, I was reminded once more of what […]

By January 3, 2016 Read More →
FitView

FitView

FitView Running in El Nino By Efren Martinez Lately we have been hearing a great deal about preparing your home and family for another wet El Nino year from all sorts of media outlets including the National Weather Service. This is smart advice and if you are into fitness as I am. It would be […]

By January 3, 2016 Read More →
All Ages View – Happy Holidays

All Ages View – Happy Holidays

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson Happy holidays, I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! Let’s keep the spirit thriving for another month. In this article, I will be giving you 5 things to do to make your December better. I hope you can incorporate some of these ideas into your month. First you can donate! Out […]

By December 9, 2015 Read More →
ArchitectureView – Bringing 10th St Back to Life

ArchitectureView – Bringing 10th St Back to Life

Bringing Tenth Street Back to Life by: Barrett Lipomi, AIA If you have been downtown over the past few months you likely have noticed city crews working on the block of Tenth Street between I and J Streets. However this isn’t your typical road project. This section of Tenth Street has been a significant part […]

By December 9, 2015 Read More →
Christmas Canceled by the Grinch?

Christmas Canceled by the Grinch?

Christmas Canceled? By Efren Martinez According to Mr. Grinch, Christmas is canceled this year or he’d like it to be. Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, the Grinch is at it again as he tries doing his worst to steal your 2015 Christmas. Lately he’s been seen at Modesto on Ice wreaking havoc there as […]

By December 9, 2015 Read More →
FitView – Staying Alive

FitView – Staying Alive

FitView By Efren Martinez Staying Alive Well you can tell by the way he uses his walk he’s a racing man with no time to talk. When Bob Tennent takes his place at a race you can bet that he’ll be “Staying Alive” speed walking with no “Jive Talk’n.” Eat your heart out John Travolta […]

By December 2, 2015 Read More →
Baby It’s Cold Outside

Baby It’s Cold Outside

Baby It’s Cold Outside By Efren Martinez I don’t mind winter all that much even though I prefer the summer; but my heart really aches for the animals and the homeless who have to sleep outside when the mercury drops below freezing. Thankfully we have warm shelters for some of the homeless to escape from […]

By November 29, 2015 Read More →