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GivingView

GivingView

GivingView By Chris Murphy & Middagh Goodwin There are so many in need this year. With the fires up north and those here in our community in need, there are so many ways you can lend a hand. One of the best organizations to help is the Salvation Army as they can help you connect […]

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DesignView – Glorious Modesto

DesignView – Glorious Modesto

Glorious-Modesto-Final-Logo-Type_Color-1.pdf DesignView by Lee Davis, Founder, Modesto Design Collective (MO.DE) #GloriousModesto is catalyzing the creative cool In the early 1900s, a group of enthusiastic Modesto business and civic leaders developed a wide-reaching campaign to promote the booming city of Modesto, then one of the fastest growing and prosperous cities in California. Alongside an advertising campaign […]

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SongwriterView – Outro

SongwriterView – Outro

SongwriterView By Patty Castillo Davis Outro It would be easy to list every musical happening of worth in our scene from 2018-Grammy Winner John McCutcheon, the incarnation of the Drum Love Drum Circle, the first annual International Woman’s Day Music extravaganza, the incomparable Porchfest, the Buddy Holly Tribute, Red Tie Arts’ phenomenal concert series, the […]

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ZenView: Foresight

ZenView: Foresight

ZenView: Foresight By Mary Layton Foresight, having a sense of the future, is essential to our survival and safety. The Chinese have two good proverbs about foresight: “Weaving a net is better than praying for fish at the edge of the water” and “Remember to dig the well long before you get thirsty”. This is […]

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MAMAView: Become a patron of the Arts for the Holidays

MAMAView: Become a patron of the Arts for the Holidays

MAMAView: Become a patron of the Arts for the Holidays by Middagh Goodwin   Buy Local Saturday was November 24th but I encourage everyone to continue the trend and Buy Local Art and Music for all your Holiday Gifts. Your purchases will help to keep our arts community vibrant and healthy. So many of our […]

By December 3, 2018 Read More →
2019 Train Calendar Released By Sonora Artist- Signing Sat. Dec. 22nd

2019 Train Calendar Released By Sonora Artist- Signing Sat. Dec. 22nd

2019 TRAIN CALENDAR- BY AMERICAN RAILROAD ARTIST, PATRICK MICHAEL KARNAHAN American Railroad Artist/ oil painter, Patrick Michael Karnahan, has just released a 2019 Train Calendar- featuring thirteen of the artist’s oil paintings. The focus of the new calendar is on historic California Steam Railroads. Featured works include: The Yosemite Valley Railroad, Sierra Railroad, Pacific Coast […]

BigView – Tis the Season to Celebrate

BigView – Tis the Season to Celebrate

The BigView By Chris Murphy Tis the Season to Celebrate The weekend after Thanksgiving when the leaves turn and the excitement in the air turns festive. Whether is it the holiday parties, the new snow on the ground or the anticipation of winter break, there is just a cool feeling in the air. We are […]

By December 3, 2018 Read More →
AthleteView – CCHS Tennis Celebrates

AthleteView – CCHS Tennis Celebrates

AthleteView By Abigail Murphy Modesto’s very own Central Catholic Girls Tennis Team won the 2018 – 2019 San Joaquin Section Championship Title! Seeded number two in Division 4 Playoffs, Central powered through to victory by beating Los Banos 9-0, Placer 8-1, and Kimball 7-2. Sophomore Colleen Ballatore, born and raised in Modesto, defeated the 2-year […]

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GreetingsView – Ready for a Local Rockin’ Holiday

GreetingsView – Ready for a Local Rockin’ Holiday

Greetings Friends, Going for a walk on these fall days is just about the best thing going as these last few days when the rain fell and cleared the air and brightened our sky. It has been a long time since rain made such a difference and those big rainbows were a welcome sight. There […]

By December 3, 2018 Read More →
SantaView – Find Santa Now

SantaView – Find Santa Now

SantaView By Chris Murphy Hey Kids! ModestoView is on the lookout for Santa. We will keep our eyes open and will keep you posted at www.modestoview.com all month long. Make sure you like us at facebook.com/modestoview and be up to speed all the time. Don’t forget to track Santa as he travels around the world […]

By December 3, 2018 Read More →
ArtView

ArtView

ArtView Note: Jim Christiansen’s regular column this month can be found at www.modestoview.com We would like to welcome a special guest ArtView author, local artist and gallery supporter Betty Kenney. Great Things in December By Betty Kenney The Modesto Area art community is really doing great things in December. Join us for “Holiday Shopping Spree” […]

By December 3, 2018 Read More →
The New Persuasion Brewing BrewView

The New Persuasion Brewing BrewView

by Christopher Mitchell and Brandilyn Brown The Market at La Comisaria is THE best market in town if you love craft brew. For a prime example of craft beer, look no further than The Market. Light, dark, doesn’t matter. Ales, pilsners, hoppy IPAs, stouts, sours, you like it, they carry it. Try a new brand. […]

By December 1, 2018 Read More →
Art – Jim Christiansen December 2018

Art – Jim Christiansen December 2018

December Art View 2018 By Jim Christiansen Update on the point of the Graceada Park Performance Art Project. Even though I’ve returned to Riverside, California, my birthplace over the past 40 some years I’ve been in Modesto, I have no immediate plans to move back, just visit Riverside events like the opening of the Cheech […]

By November 30, 2018 Read More →
ComedyView: December

ComedyView: December

ComedyView By Felicia Aleman Hello, hello, hello. It’s December already. I can’t be the only one trying to figure out where the year went. It seems like summer just ended and threw us into winter. Did we even have fall? Who’s the fat guy in red? We couldn’t possibly be ready for holidays yet, right? […]

By November 30, 2018 Read More →
Unplugged View: Swan Songs

Unplugged View: Swan Songs

Unplugged View: Swan Songs by Aaron Rowan Nobody has ever yelled “Freebird!” at one of my listening concerts. And that’s just the way I like it. The Modesto Unplugged live music series divides its programming between beautiful originals and re-imaginings of traditional folk tunes from all regions of the globe. The slate is full of […]

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