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InterView American Made Ingenuity

InterView American Made Ingenuity

InterView American Made Ingenuity – Eli Lester By Chris Murphy From the blues, rockabilly, to chrome, steel and environmental lubricants, Eli is the classic renaissance man. Born and raised here in Modesto, Eli went to Davis High and earned a degree from San Francisco State. Eli lives life surrounded by his wife Jaci and their […]

By July 2, 2018 Read More →
Music in the Plaza July

Music in the Plaza July

July Music in the Plaza is Rockin! By Middagh Goodwin Wow, we have been getting some amazing crowds for Music in the Plaza, thank you all for coming out and bringing your friends. It is so great to see people dancing and enjoying some of the areas talented musicians. July 6th we kick things off […]

ChefView – The Scene to be Seen

ChefView – The Scene to be Seen

Chef View The Modesto Scene’s” Hottest Place to “Be Seen By Tasha Williams ATTENTION: NEW HOTSPOT ALERT! Whether you’re eating, drinking, and/or socializing, lately, Skewers Restaurant is the hottest place to “Be” and to “Be seen”! If you are a native of Modesto, then you are fully aware that Skewers Restaurant is not new; only […]

By July 2, 2018 Read More →
YESView – The New YES Company

YESView – The New YES Company

YesView By Chris Murphy YES Company is truly a civic treasure. Some of the YES alumni have gone on to do great things in TV and film and it just goes to show how important it is to get kids on stage, performing and confident at an early age. Created and lead by Melanie Wyatt, […]

AllAgesView – Firefighting Dreams

AllAgesView – Firefighting Dreams

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson “Never give up on what you really want to do. The person with big dreams is more powerful than one with all the facts. ” –Albert Einstein Not only does Modesto’s Max Raymond have a dream, but he also has the facts! At the age of four, Max had an encounter […]

By June 29, 2018 Read More →
GlobalView – Mobility in Mongolia

GlobalView – Mobility in Mongolia

GlobalView By Chris Murphy Mobility in Mongolia There are parts of the world that don’t necessarily have the resources what we do, but nevertheless, they have the same needs. In many cases, the issue of disability or lack of mobility can mean the difference between life and death, especially in developing countries. Hope Haven West, […]

ParadeView – Celebrate the 4th!

ParadeView – Celebrate the 4th!

Fourth of July View By Chris Murphy Modesto has a special place in all things 4th of July since 1974. For 144 years, Modesto USA has hosted a 4th of July Parade, making it one of the longest running in the western USA. Held on the 4th, the Modesto Fourth Parade brings out thousands of […]

JazzView – July R&B Fun

JazzView – July R&B Fun

Blues&JazzView by Eric Benson What’s new with Jazz and the Blues News? If you luv music you’re gonna love this And the summer rolls on and it’s time to go to summer camp, Coop Camp Sierra is a destination I have gone to since I was 12 years old every year. First girl friend, carving […]

By June 28, 2018 Read More →
BargainView – Hello July!

BargainView – Hello July!

BargainView By Monica Barber Hello July! Hope you’re ready for the Summer, Modesto because it’s ready for you. Today finds Ms. M by the pool sipping iced tea and reading a murder mystery. She’s been trying her hand at the Summer Reading Challenge at the Downtown Modesto Library this year. Good news dolls, the challenge […]

By June 28, 2018 Read More →
FW: GoModesto – The Chill List

FW: GoModesto – The Chill List

Go Modesto The Chill List – July 21 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 an amazing sponsor commercial. This year, they are doing something new called the Chill List. The Chill […]

RotaryView – Celebrating Nick Mascitelli

RotaryView – Celebrating Nick Mascitelli

RotaryView There are so many people that really go above and beyond in their service to ours and other communities. We are fortunate to have really great service organizations in Modesto. At the Modesto Sunrise Rotary, Rotarian Nick Mascitelli was honored by outgoing club President Tom Bryant as a Rotarian of the Year. This was […]

WalkofFameView

WalkofFameView

Walk of Fame View By Chris Murphy Modesto USA is famous around the world as the Home of American Graffiti and the Home of George Lucas. We celebrate this history during Graffiti Summer and all year long. The Modesto Historic Cruise route is where it all happened. This is a 25 marker walking tour on […]

Community Radio is Almost Here

Community Radio is Almost Here

KCBP 95.5 FM Community Radio is almost here! By JAMES COSTELLO The good news: our nonprofit, community radio station should be on the air by the August 12 deadline. The bad news: we won’t be broadcasting at full-power. What gives? Our application for a use permit is currently in the Stanislaus County Planning Department for […]

FitView – Fitness Bursts

FitView – Fitness Bursts

By Efren Martinez Fitness Bursts The standard has been set up for years, long workouts are the most beneficial to your overall health and life span. Or are they? Just recently all this has changed. New studies out now are continually starting to show that fitness bursts are and can be just as effective as […]

AllAges Pages

AllAges Pages

AllAgesView By Leia Johnson Spring is a tough act to follow, God created June -Al Bernstein It’s Gemini season! This means June should be spent with your friends doing things that are energetic and intellectual! This is a month to be conscious of your environment, figuratively and literally. Be sure to surround yourself with positive […]