Weekly Greeting

Weekly Greeting Archive

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Authentic Modesto for the Future

Authentic Modesto for the Future

This is a Modestination Proclamation and a roadmap for the future. “Be who you are and it will show the way…” Chris Murphy 2016 Oh yeah, pretty epic quote right? Branding is a very simple process. What is a brand? Why do we do it? What does it mean? It is quite simple really. Branding […]

By May 14, 2018 Read More →
Garden Club Spring Luncheon June 6&7

Garden Club Spring Luncheon June 6&7

Modesto Garden Club Spring Luncheon Table Viewing The Modesto Garden Club presents its Spring Luncheon and Table Viewing event June 6 and 7 at Del Rio Country Club More than 30 tables will be decorated by garden club members, all with a multitude of beautiful spring themes ranging from whimsical to elegant. Viewing will be […]

By May 8, 2018 Read More →
Ride for Mom – May 12

Ride for Mom – May 12

It’s here! May 12th’s Ride For Mom 2018 is just days away as cyclists of all ages and abilities will ride together for a healthier life and community. We’re so grateful to all of you who have signed up for the 10, 35, or 77 mile rides thus far, and grateful for partners like Doctors […]

GreetingsView – May Rushes In!

GreetingsView – May Rushes In!

Greetings Friends! May has rushed in so fast. We had a fantastic Love Modesto and we raised a lot of money for Haven Women’s Center by Walking a Mile in Her Shoes. Thanks to all that donated to this and got to enjoy my walking efforts. May is reason to celebrate. April showers do bring […]

By May 1, 2018 Read More →
Unplugged View – The A Force Awakens

Unplugged View – The A Force Awakens

Unplugged View By Aaron Rowan The A-Force Awakens I got my first taste of the touring lifestyle last summer, when I joined a songwriter friend on a train adventure through the Southwest to play a few venues I helped set up. It was she who gave me the name ‘A-Force’ when I first did booking […]

By May 1, 2018 Read More →
Remembering Grace Lieberman

Remembering Grace Lieberman

Remembering Grace Lieberman By Chris Murphy Grace Lieberman was a cultural sparkplug. She championed all of the arts and her talent and drive got people to get together and create amazing works. From opera and musicals to stage concert performances, Grace was Modesto’s Sweetheart. Her opera performances with Buck Townshend and with Paul Tischer were […]

Memorial Day Events

Memorial Day Events

Memorial Day is celebrated the last Monday in May will be observed this year on the 28th. It is a day to remember and honor all those who died serving in the American armed forces. Here is where you can join others in remembering family and friends who have died in the line of duty. […]

BarView – BB8’s Blunder

BarView – BB8’s Blunder

BarView The Force is with Redwood Café BB8’s Blunder It is always an out of this world experience at the Redwood Café and Jedi Mixmaster Chris Hull has teamed up with his favorite driod. BB8 is one of the most faithful and capable droids, but he was a bit shy, so Chris has created w […]

Fly Fishing Film Tour May 30

Fly Fishing Film Tour May 30

The Stanislaus Fly Fishers and Rivers of Recovery are proud to invite you to the 10th presentation of The Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) at the State Theatre in Modesto, California, on May 30, 2018 (details in attachment)! All proceeds will directly benefit RIVERS OF RECOVERY, the non-profit organization serving combat disabled veterans through rehabilitative […]

By May 1, 2018 Read More →
NonProfit View: A Daughter’s Role Model

NonProfit View: A Daughter’s Role Model

NonProfit View: A Daughter’s Rolemodel By Denette Covarrubias   A women’s heart can change the world even after she’s gone.   Thank you Patty Scott for instilling kindness and compassion in the heart and mind of your daughter, Alana Scott; president and founding member of Women’s Education & Leadership League (WELL).  The summer you helped your […]

By May 1, 2018 Read More →
InterView – The Force is with Wes Page

InterView – The Force is with Wes Page

InterView The Force is With Wes Page By Chris Murphy There are people in our lives who really make an impact, with vision, wisdom, outlook and integrity. My friend Wes Page has been one of those voices of vision in Modesto and he has the eye of a filmmaker. It might be coincidence that Wes’ […]

By April 30, 2018 Read More →
ChefView: Kimoto We Like The Way You Roll

ChefView: Kimoto We Like The Way You Roll

ChefView: Kimoto We Like The Way You Roll by Brandilyn Brown and Christopher Mitchell Looking for fresh seafood and sushi? Us too! We found the most delightful dishes at our local “izakaya” (Japanese for “stay in sake shop” or what we call a Japanese Pub), Kimoto Sake & Sushi in Modesto. Owner Brandon Dodge and […]

By April 30, 2018 Read More →
5 questions with Zodiac Gallery’s Dustin Carpenter

5 questions with Zodiac Gallery’s Dustin Carpenter

5 questions with Zodiac Gallery’s Dustin Carpenter by Monica Barber   Six to eight months ago, Dustin Carpenter was playing an art walk at Colossal tattoo in Turlock and I might’ve have overlooked him, but the music & beats he was playing caught my ear and blew my mind. Musically known by the moniker, Zodiac […]

By April 29, 2018 Read More →
MJC Theater stages Four Seasons

MJC Theater stages Four Seasons

MJC Theater stages “Four Seasons” – four one act plays by Professor Michael Lynch The Modesto Junior College Theater Department presents “Four Seasons” – four original one act plays written and directed by Professor Michael Lynch on May 10, 11, 12, 17, 18 and 19 at 7 p.m. in the Cabaret West Theatre of the […]

By April 25, 2018 Read More →
RetroView – Nashville 2007

RetroView – Nashville 2007

Nashville is the New Vintage* By Chris Murphy I have always been a blues guy. My first electric guitar was a Fender Stratocaster with a tube amplifier. The BBQ and the Blues was my thing, and Nashville was always 4 hours away. It was in the category of “Never got around to it”. So this […]