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Modesto, USA – A Classic All-American City

Modesto, USA – A Classic All-American City

Something amazing happened on March 1, 2011. The Modesto City Council approved the special designation of 10th and 11th Streets as the Historic Graffiti Cruise Route. This is such a huge milestone in the history of Modesto and for the future of our city. Modesto has a very special brand, one that is all about […]

By April 6, 2011 Read More →
Time to Perform

Time to Perform

There area few things more enriching that a live stage performance.  It is so real, so live and it shows so much talent and personality.  These performers rehearse for months and the presentations are always amazing. There are many April theatrical offerings this month. Central Valley Theater for the Deaf has its debut on Friday, […]

By April 5, 2011 Read More →
ArtView – April 2011

ArtView – April 2011

April is a busy month in Stanislaus County Art Scene starting with the Stanislaus County Artists Open Studio Tour April 2 and 3,ending with the last day of the Celebration of Fiber Arts Exhibition April 30, at Mistlin Gallery. We hope you have your map and passport for the Stanislaus County Travel and Tourism Round […]

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All Ages – March 2011

All Ages – March 2011

Basketball season is over 🙁 It is so exciting to feel school spirit.  I always wonder if every feels about their school the way I feel about Modesto High.   These are great times and this year, the basketball season has been amazing.  But people, really, let’s get out there and cheer for girls basketball.  It […]

By March 3, 2011 Read More →
Fit for Fun

Fit for Fun

It’s been a little over 2 years since we have all had the pleasure in opening Modesto’s one and only The Modestoview Magazine. I invite you to take a trip with me on my first piece here and I’ll ask you to forgive me if I get ahead of myself from excitement in the resurrection of […]

By January 30, 2011 Read More →
Hot Blues in Town

Hot Blues in Town

Modestoview is back with a vengeance! Yes it will be online also but to have a steaming copy hot off the presses with real pages that you can turn and peruse leisurely in your favorite coffee shop of choice is the real deal. Okay, back to the business at hand, no lip-synching, DJ’s, or Elvis Impressions […]

By January 30, 2011 Read More →
Spring Art Shines

Spring Art Shines

For those who attend Downtown Modesto Third Thursday Art Walk, this month marks State Theatre’s return to film nights Thursdays, as it ended its art walk entry after a successful 3.5 year run. Many of the usual suspects, Mistlin Gallery, Anderson Gallery and Frame Shop, the Chartreuse Muse, Crow Trading, Barkin’ Dog Grill continue on. In […]

By January 30, 2011 Read More →
Reel Randy

Reel Randy

On behalf of The Modesto Film Society, I welcome the return of the print edition of Modesto Community’s only view, too long absent from the local arts scene. The goal of the “Reel Randy” column is to bring you news and opinions about the local cinema scene. The Modesto Film Society launched its seventh season […]

By January 30, 2011 Read More →
All Ages Allowed

All Ages Allowed

A lot of kids don’t know that there are so many all ages places here in town. It’s hard when you see all the shows coming to the Fat Cat and we can’t go. But you can check out shows at Queen Bean, Barking Dog, The State Theatre, Gallo Center, Jax On H, and P […]

By January 30, 2011 Read More →