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Center for Human Services Crab Feed

Center for Human Services Crab Feed

8thANNUAL OAKDALE CRAB FEED TICKETS ON SALE TO BENEFIT OAKDALE RESIDENTS  WHO: Center for Human Services Oakdale Family Resource and Counseling Center (FRC)  WHAT: Crab Feed fundraiser to raise money for the Oakdale FRC’s numerous programs for children, families and individuals. The Oakdale FRC will be celebrating their 10-year anniversary in 2021. This year the […]

By November 18, 2020 Read More →
VeteranView – Celebrating Alfred E Menshew

VeteranView – Celebrating Alfred E Menshew

A Life of Example By Chris Murphy There are people in our community that just bleed community service. There are some people that are not afraid to serve our country There are some people that are not afraid to serve our community There are some people that are not afraid to serve others There are […]

By November 5, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
BargainView – New November

BargainView – New November

BargainView By Monica Barber New November In November, the smell of the air is new and different, it smells of food and warmth, like coming home. The aromatic rushes of cinnamon and pumpkin can fill up the empty spaces like an invitation to everyone in their homes. Ms. M remarks that the air bites with […]

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BigView  – Modesto in the 2000s

BigView – Modesto in the 2000s

The BigView The 2000s By Chris Murphy Modesto USA really lit up during the 2000s. As the new millennium began, Modesto celebrated New Year’s Eve in downtown, with a Beatlemania concert and a fireworks display that was one of ModestoView’s first live webcasts. There was a lot of excitement and optimism in our community as […]

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Modesto 2000s Timeline

Modesto 2000s Timeline

Timeline 2000s It was an amazing and exciting decade in Modesto USA. Downtown came to life and the local music scene exploded and politics became dysfunctional. 2000 Population 188,856 Mayor Carmen Sabatino elected May 29th Grandaddy Sophtware Slump released celebrates 20 Years August 9 President Bush Whistle Stop through Manteca Stockton, Tracy and Lodi July […]

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ArtView: Red Letter Day

ArtView: Red Letter Day

Art View By Jim Christiansen It’s a red-letter day, we’ve reached the red tier, there is hope for the holidays. Thanksgiving this month, but this year you will have to wait for ModShop 2021. Red tier status does mean more opening of museums and galleries, so you will find Mistlin Gallery open limited hours, mask […]

By November 4, 2020 Read More →
UnpluggedView: Homeward Bound

UnpluggedView: Homeward Bound

UnpluggedView: Homeward Boundby Aaron Rowan When I grow up, I want to be like George Clooney in ‘Up In The Air’ and travel full-time for a living. This is one of my favorite movies. Modesto even gets mentioned as one of Clooney’s destinations. Much like his character, I am most at home when I’m out […]

By November 3, 2020 Read More →
BrewView: 18Seventy Downtown Modesto

BrewView: 18Seventy Downtown Modesto

18Seventy Downtown Modesto By Brandilyn Brown In case the buzz hasn’t reached you, we have a new brewery in Modesto, smack dab in the heart of downtown. We recently had the opportunity to speak with Bridgette Berry, owner and head brewer of 18Seventy Brewing, located at 911 J Street. This place needs to be a […]

By November 2, 2020 Read More →
MetalView: The 209 Scene 2000-2010

MetalView: The 209 Scene 2000-2010

Metal View: The “209” Metal Scene 2000-2010By Mike Vanek Check out his blog Mike Vanek Sucks Hello friends and neighbors. It’s your old friend Mike Vanek and I still suck!! I’ve come out of hiding to talk about possibly the best ten years in the history of the Modesto area Metal scene 2000-2010. I could […]

By November 1, 2020 Read More →
JazzBluesView: Shoveling Against the Tide

JazzBluesView: Shoveling Against the Tide

Jazz/BluesView: Shoveling Against the TideBy Eric Benson Well folks we made it to the red zone, Yippie!. This meaning we are having a smaller number of Covid cases in our county and we have a green light to opening ibusiness in our city. This is a good thing to get us back to normalcy. For […]

By November 1, 2020 Read More →
MAMAView – 2020 Covid Version

MAMAView – 2020 Covid Version

MAMAView Virtual MAMA 2020 By Chris Murphy Everyone is sick of hearing it by now, but this year has upended so many of our community events and traditions. We all miss the things we used to do, but we need to do the right thing. One of the hardest hit has been live music and […]

By November 1, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
MSO Virtual Youth Orchestra Concert

MSO Virtual Youth Orchestra Concert

MODESTO SYMPHONY YOUTH ORCHESTRA TO PRESENT  VIRTUAL CONCERT NOVEMBER 18 MODESTO, CA – The Modesto Symphony Youth Orchestra (MSYO), led by Music Director Ryan Murray, will open its 45th season with a virtual concert on Wednesday, November 18 at 7:00 pm. The virtual performance will feature both MSYO orchestras performing pieces including Pachelbel’s Canon and Bizet’s […]

By October 29, 2020 Read More →
Halloween Alternatives

Halloween Alternatives

Halloween will soon be upon us and this year many will be looking to celebrate differently. Here is a list of low to moderate risk activities to enjoy with the whole family.  Carving or decorating pumpkins with members of your household and displaying them Carving or decorating pumpkins outside, at a safe distance, with neighbors […]

By October 22, 2020 Read More →
BigView – Rebuilding and Rejuvenation

BigView – Rebuilding and Rejuvenation

By Chris Murphy The 1990s delivered a lot of change to Modesto. Most of it for the good but some that would kneecap one of our greatest and most famous traditions. As our Graffiti Summer and the cruise got bigger and cruisers and famous rockers came from all over the world, the City of Modesto […]

By October 12, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
VirtualPerformingView

VirtualPerformingView

Virtual PerformingView By Chris Murphy We are in uncharted waters now for the performing arts. Some of our local companies are doing some wonderful live performances, that are streamed to audiences. Upside is that maybe more people can experience these shows, but the downside is that the beauty of live performances is the audience feedback. […]