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Rockin’ Holiday Thanks You!

Rockin’ Holiday Thanks You!

Rockin Holiday Thanks You! By Chris Murphy This wonderful community effort to bring back the retro day’s of holidays past and connect them to our future would not be possible with out the gracious, creative and dedicated sponsors to bring these crazy ideas to life.   Thanks to these amazing local business that believe that living […]

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BigView – Making and Dreaming

BigView – Making and Dreaming

The BigView By Chris Murphy There is something special about this time of year. We are experiencing a wonderful harvest, pumpkin patches, corn mazes and the tastiest treats at our local farmer’s markets. But as we go into the fall, we are thinking about the people that create, make and invent. The holidays are not […]

By November 4, 2017 Read More →
Jazz&WorldView – Latin Explosion

Jazz&WorldView – Latin Explosion

JazzView by Eric Benson If you luv music you’re gonna love this By Eric Benson And on to Fall & the Holidaze we go. Button up your overcoats and find that old umbrella you’re going to need pretty soon. Plenty to do this month before we come together with family and friends to cool the […]

By November 4, 2017 Read More →
Design View – Modestan Pioneers Mechanical Voting

Design View – Modestan Pioneers Mechanical Voting

DesignView Modesto designer pioneered early mechanical voting by Lee Davis, Founder, Modesto Design Collective (MO.DE) As we head to the polls this month, it seems only appropriate to feature a pioneering Modesto designer who invented an early 19th century voting machine. I ventured out on a chilly autumn morning to the Modesto Pioneer Cemetery to […]

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ChefView – Papachino’s Mediterranean Heaven

ChefView – Papachino’s Mediterranean Heaven

Chef View By Tasha Williams Papachino’s – A Smooth Transition into Mediterranean Heaven My picture may not have given it away. So, just in case, I am going to help you out here. I am not Greek. I have never sailed the Mediterranean Sea, nor have I had an opportunity to visit any of the […]

By September 6, 2017 Read More →
JazzView – Sizzling September Songs

JazzView – Sizzling September Songs

JazzView by Eric Benson If you luv music you’re gonna love this All right folks I did the deed turned the big 60 and realized man I’m old. Garden party to celebrate in Bezerkely Ca in the house I was born with some amazing musicians: Barry Finnety guitar, Dave Hawks drums, Johnny Valdes guitar, Tim […]

By September 5, 2017 Read More →
ArtView – Labor Day and Back to School

ArtView – Labor Day and Back to School

Art View By Jim Christiansen Labor Day and back to school. Time to consider some classes. Mistlin Gallery, Chartreuse Muse, Carnegie Arts Center all field art classes. So do other groups like The Shire, The Black Sheep’s ink, Black Hearts and the Tri-Chromatic Gallery. Commercial party art places, Art Time and Sip Wine, and Pinot’s […]

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It’s MAMA Season 2017

It’s MAMA Season 2017

MAMAview By Middagh Goodwin Be very, very quiet(forget that get LOUD.) It is that time of year when if have local friends who are performers you are going to get inundated with request for Votes. What I challenge you to do first is take a peruse all the nominees, see who you like. Remember you […]

By September 5, 2017 Read More →
UnpluggedView – A Moon With A View

UnpluggedView – A Moon With A View

A Moon With A View By Aaron Rowan Moon & Sixpence Music And Art House is the happening new concert destination in town. Somewhere between a theater venue, warehouse space, and house show, M&S is our area’s newest home for all sorts of performing & visual art. In August we enjoyed everything from in-your-face rock […]

By September 3, 2017 Read More →
BluesView – Fall Favorites

BluesView – Fall Favorites

BluesView By “Big” Earl Matthews Hello everybody, we are entering into my favorite time of year – Fall. The weather is nice and my birthday is just around the corner so let’s all start celebrating it early with some great music. On September 2nd I will be on the Oakdale Beer train again with the […]

By September 3, 2017 Read More →
Rockabilly View – Rockin’ Rick Goes Wild

Rockabilly View – Rockin’ Rick Goes Wild

RockabillyView By Jennifer Allsup Exciting news for Sonora based Rockabilly band Rockin Rick and the Rhythm Wranglers. After spending a few years on the Hi-Hi Silver Record label. The boys have decided to travel new horizons and sign with Wild Records out of LA. “Yes, we recently received an offer from Reb Kennedy to sign […]

By September 3, 2017 Read More →
ChefView– Tour de Modesto

ChefView– Tour de Modesto

Publisher’s Note: Our Chef View takes a detour with our newest ViewCrew Tasha Williams. Mother, Student and wonderful writer, she takes you on a whirlwind ride of our local culinary specialties. Please welcome her to these pages. – Chris Bike Riding and Foodie Dreams with Modesto’s Very Own Tour de Food By Tasha Williams Bicycles […]

By August 6, 2017 Read More →
JazzView – Cycle of Summer

JazzView – Cycle of Summer

JazzView by Eric Benson If you luv music you’re gonna love this Years roll by with the cycle of the summer being on vacations, farmer’s markets, being too long at the fair and one day you wake up and realize oh my god I’m going to turn the big 60! It kind of crept on […]

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Unplugged – MIMsy & Whimsy

Unplugged – MIMsy & Whimsy

Unplugged View By Aaron Rowan MIMsy and Whimsy I ran off on an adventure with one of my favorite songwriter friends a few weeks ago, on a weeklong tour through a few states. It was high time to escape from this valley heat for a while. We went to Phoenix. Brilliant plan, right? Well, in […]

By August 6, 2017 Read More →
InterView – Robert J Ulrich

InterView – Robert J Ulrich

InterView By Chris Murphy Talent and Where to Find it Robert J Ulrich Modesto is a treasure trove of talent. From the elementary school theatres, to YES Company to the Modesto Performing Arts, Prospect Theatre, Gallo Repertory, Denair Gaslight and more, we have so many great options. Live theatre performances really make our cultural scene […]

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