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FitView: Clean Air Fitness

FitView: Clean Air Fitness

FitView: Clean Air Fitness By Efren Martinez During the month of November, we experienced some of the unhealthiest air unfortunately from all the massive forest fires all across California. During this time we were advised to spend as little time outdoors as possible. This is a real drag for those of us who enjoy exercising […]

By December 2, 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 →
Community Hospice Celebrates National Hospice and Palliative Care Month

Community Hospice Celebrates National Hospice and Palliative Care Month

Community Hospice Celebrates National Hospice and Palliative Care Month and Expansion of Services to Include Community-Based Palliative Care Program November is a month of many celebrations, including National Hospice and Palliative Care Month. For Community Hospice, it is a time we share our gratitude with those that are important to us, our patients and families, […]

By November 19, 2018 Read More →
MJC Turkey Trot

MJC Turkey Trot

A Turkey Trot Blessing A long-awaited Thanksgiving tradition is upon us, MJC’s Turkey Trot. This happens Thanksgiving morning rain or shine, hopefully, rain. Yes, rain is forecasted for our Thanksgiving holiday and in my mind, I couldn’t be more grateful for that. Although some might think rain isn’t the best conditions to run in, I […]

By November 19, 2018 Read More →
American Heritage Scholarship

American Heritage Scholarship

American Heritage Scholarship Program Focuses on the Constitutionality of the Right to Bear Arms Essay Contest Winners to be Honored on Tuesday, November 27  This fall, 317 high school juniors and seniors from throughout the county participated in the American Heritage Scholarship Series essay contest, a competition sponsored by The Modesto Bee, in partnership with […]

By November 15, 2018 Read More →
Poinsettia Fundraiser

Poinsettia Fundraiser

The Parent Resource Center will hold its 22nd Annual Poinsettia Fundraiser.  Florist quality red and pink poinsettias are available for purchase by phone or online.  The fundraiser benefits the non-profit child abuse prevention agency. Details below and in the attached news release. Decorate with holiday plants and help local families 22nd annual poinsettia sale benefits child […]

By November 14, 2018 Read More →
InterView – Veteran Michael D Pelucca

InterView – Veteran Michael D Pelucca

InterView Michael D. Pelucca Each November 11, we take the time to remember, recognize and celebrate those that put their lives on the line to service our county, keeping us free for nearly 250 years. There are also those that make sure that our veterans are cared for and served every day of the year. […]

By November 10, 2018 Read More →
Veterans Pavillion Dedication

Veterans Pavillion Dedication

Veterans Pavilion Dedication   WHAT: Community Hospice will be honoring those that have served and are currently serving our country in the armed forces at the annual Veterans Pavilion Dedication Ceremony on November 12, 2018. Community members are welcome to reflect and memorialize a loved one. There is no charge to attend.    Community Hospice is a partner in […]

By November 6, 2018 Read More →
BrewView: Rabbit’s Foot Meadery-The Largest Meadery You’ve Never Heard Of

BrewView: Rabbit’s Foot Meadery-The Largest Meadery You’ve Never Heard Of

BrewView: Rabbit’s Foot Meadery-The Largest Meadery You’ve Never Heard Of By Christopher Mitchell and Brandilyn Brown Nothing gets BrewView more excited than trips to check out new libations. And it doesn’t have to be new to the scene, as long as it’s new to us! We keep driving farther and farther to find new tap […]

By November 6, 2018 Read More →
BluesView: November Nights

BluesView: November Nights

BluesView Big Earl Matthews Hello Friends and welcome to November. There are some pretty cool events coming up this month so let’s talk about it. It’s not blues but its still pretty cool, WAR is coming to the Tracy Grand on Nov 2nd. Classic tunes and more groove then one man can handle. On the […]

By November 2, 2018 Read More →
BargainView: Lots to be Thankful for!

BargainView: Lots to be Thankful for!

by Monica Barber The afternoon sky is a mix of sun and clouds as this day lights up with color. It’s on the trees, the flowers and in the leaves strewn across the ground. Ms. M finds herself fortunate enough to be able to enjoy to soak up the colors during this season preparing for […]

By November 1, 2018 Read More →
GEEKView: Central Valley Con

GEEKView: Central Valley Con

GEEKView: Central Valley Con By Middagh Goodwin There are a ton of Pop Culture Conventions, actually just about every weekend in Northern California. Sometimes it is hard to choose which one to choose. For a one day Convention, you cannot beat Central Valley Con. With so many options for an event to be successful, one […]

By October 29, 2018 Read More →
Opera Modesto 35th Anniversary Concert Gala

Opera Modesto 35th Anniversary Concert Gala

Opera Modesto’s 35th Anniversary Concert on October 28th includes 21 teens from the Summer Opera Institute, a summer program of the new Townsend Opera Program (TOP) for Young Artists. They spent an intensive two weeks this past summer in voice lessons, performing techniques, language lessons and more. The culmination of their efforts was a concert […]

By October 19, 2018 Read More →
Costume Halloween Events at Public Libraries

Costume Halloween Events at Public Libraries

Costumed Halloween events to take place at Stanislaus County Libraries Local libraries to give community members fun, free options for celebrating the Halloween season  Several Stanislaus County Libraries are giving children and their families an opportunity to dress up as their favorite characters as part of their Halloween celebrations this October, beginning with the Turlock […]

By October 10, 2018 Read More →
MetalView: Hauntings in October

MetalView: Hauntings in October

Greetings Metal Heads and aspiring Metal Heads! My name is Brent Terry, and I will be your gracious tour guide through the ever-changing world of the Modesto Metal Scene. I have been a proud member of the community for a number of years, and even though some of you may not know my name, face, […]

By October 6, 2018 Read More →