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ArtView – New Places for Art

ArtView – New Places for Art

Art View By Jim Christiansen October was a great month for art in the community with the second round of Downtown International Mural competition. Take a walk down Art Alley and see the new work, up against the murals that appeared last year, and you get a whole new environment to enjoy in our downtown […]

Save Mart opens Flagship Store

Save Mart opens Flagship Store

The Save Mart Companies opens flagship Save Mart store in the heart of its hometown, Modesto Modesto, Calif.—The Save Mart Companies (TSMC) celebrated the opening of its 54,000 square foot, prototype Save Mart store today,

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Unplugged View – Band of Brothers

Unplugged View – Band of Brothers

Unplugged View By Aaron Rowan Band Of Brothers “The dream world of sleep and the dream world of music are not far apart.” – Linda Ronstadt. I called up Linda’s nephew Michael G. Ronstadt some years back to talk details of a concert I was soon to host with his family band. I’m normally a […]

By September 6, 2019 0 Comments Read More →
Jazz&BluesView

Jazz&BluesView

Blues&JazzView by Eric Benson If you luv music you’re gonna love this Alright turned 62 years young this August, celebrated with my Blue Monday Band with Barry Finnerty Jazz guitarist from Miles Davis with catered New Orleans food; Gumbo, Crab cakes, Tri Tip, wings and more in my home town house of Bezerkeley California. You […]

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ArtView – Dog Days of Summer

ArtView – Dog Days of Summer

Art View –The Dog Days of Summer By Jim Christiansen It’s the Dog Days of Summer, even if billed as the Central California Art Association Autumn Art Festival, and artist Eva Hass making the best of it, with “Dog in Yellow Sweater” as the Best of Show Award at Mistlin Gallery. Chella won four awards […]

MAMAView: Celebrating 20

MAMAView: Celebrating 20

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PerformingView – Exciting New Seasons

PerformingView – Exciting New Seasons

PerformingView By Kaye Osborn Did you know that many of our local performing arts present a full season with a wide variety of shows. Have you ever considered being a season subscriber? It’s a great way to secure your coveted tickets plus save money. Many theater groups offer season tickets. You can chose the dates […]

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ArtView – August Autumn Art

ArtView – August Autumn Art

Art View By Jim Christiansen August is near back to school shopping and end of summer time. Third Thursday Art Walk comes up middle of the month August 15, and a good time to take a saunter downtown to the various art walk venues, and make a deal with local artists on a piece of […]

GalloView – YES Singin in the Rain and More

GalloView – YES Singin in the Rain and More

Gallo Summer The Gallo Center takes a summer breather while YES Company takes over the big stage for the amazing performance of Singin’ In the Rain. This is a Broadway quality performance of the stage musical, complete with real rain! The new 2019/2020 season tickets are all on sale now. Some of the highlights this […]

“A Walk In the Woods” Opens TONIGHT at PTP!

“A Walk In the Woods” Opens TONIGHT at PTP!

A WALK IN THE WOODS opens TONIGHT! ……………………………… Joel Eddington-Morrison returns to the Prospect stage, on summer break from his studies at Cal State LA, to play John Honeyman, the American idealist who has recently taken over an arms negotiation assignment. His counterpart, Soviet realist Irina Botvinnik, is played by the delightful Jill Taylor, most […]

ChillView

ChillView

ChillView When it’s hot outside, you need to Chill indoors with some hot team poetry slamming. The Ill List is one of our favorite events each year. Not only do we get an amazing line up of national caliber slam poets, the Ill List team makes out amazing sponsor commercial. This year, the Chill List […]

SongwriterView – Mine Ears Hath Heard the Glory

SongwriterView – Mine Ears Hath Heard the Glory

By Patty Castillo Davis When Independence Day is upon us, I cannot help but think about the origins of our patriotic music. It’s a bit supernatural how Roots music is all linked together by a thread of beautiful, diverse, cultural melodies from immigrant contributions. Sacred spiritual melodies have lent some of the richest ingredients to […]

ArtView – Graffiti Creations

ArtView – Graffiti Creations

Art-View-June-20191.docx Art View By Jim Christiansen June for me often opens at the Riverdance Farms Pick and Gather festival, where I started with a watercolor for their fliers, and show art, and help get local bands on our shade house stage. It’s a fun project, and again opens June 1 and 2, with artists, crafters […]

Songwriter View: Songs For My Daddy-O

Songwriter View: Songs For My Daddy-O

PerformingView – Happy Summer

PerformingView – Happy Summer

PerformingView By Kaye Osborn Happy Summer Readers! May your days be filled with adventure, exploration and wonders. If you are looking to enhance your artistic and dramatic flairs consider attending a summer camp in theater, dance, singing, music or art. Camps are offered at Gallo, Hammonds House in Oakdale and local theater and dance companies. […]