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Broadway’s Phantom, Modesto Native Jeremy Stolle in Concert at Gallo Center

Broadway’s Phantom, Modesto Native Jeremy Stolle in Concert at Gallo Center

Broadway’s Phantom, Modesto Native Jeremy Stolle In Concert At Gallo Center January 23 Jeremy Stolle, Modesto native and  12-year veteran of Broadway’s The Phantom of the Opera, will be performing at the Gallo Center for the Arts at 2:00 pm on Sunday, January 23, 2022.  Tickets, priced from $39 to $54, are available online at www.galloarts.org, […]

By January 10, 2022 Read More →
Mural Tour of Downtown Modesto

Mural Tour of Downtown Modesto

Mural Tour of Downtown ModestoBy Middagh Goodwin Photos by Middagh Goodwin Take a walking or, even better, a bike tour of the Murals of Modesto. There is so many located Downtown that it is the perfect start to enjoy the 100 public art pieces found around Modesto. You can start at any point but let’s begin on 7th […]

By January 7, 2022 Read More →
MAMAView: New Year Resolutions

MAMAView: New Year Resolutions

MAMAView: New Year ResolutionsBy Middagh Goodwin A recent post on social media stated the importance of a professional headshot when booking comedy gigs, of course, this is true for any performer aspiring to do more than open mic nights. Now no one is saying to go out and spend thousands or even hundreds of dollars […]

By January 6, 2022 Read More →
ArtView: New Beginnings

ArtView: New Beginnings

ArtView: New BeginningsBy Jim Christiansen New beginnings and Auld Lang Syne. 2022 is here, but first, wrap up old business from 2021. Iconic venue Barkin Dog Grill has hosted its last art on the walls with the announced closing in December. Hanibal Yadegar has been a stalwart supporter of the arts in downtown Modesto for […]

By January 5, 2022 Read More →
Jazz-BluesView: Out with the Old in with the Blues

Jazz-BluesView: Out with the Old in with the Blues

Jazz-BluesView: Out with the Old in with the BluesBy Eric Benson And so it goes another year laid to rest full of Christmas cheer and resolutions on that list checking it twice and seeing who’s been naughty or nice. A lot of change in our lives, business, and music. Shout out to Hanibal Yategar of […]

By January 4, 2022 Read More →
Modesto Little Free Library Directory

Modesto Little Free Library Directory

Like and follow Modesto Free Libraries to stay up to date on new Libraries and you can also up date if you have stocked any or needing books for your own.   1126 14th Street, Modesto CA 95354 808 Aspirations Ct Modesto CA 95356 915 Bowen Ave Modesto CA 95350 1904 Canyon Oak Drive, Modesto […]

By January 3, 2022 Read More →
UnpluggedView: The Big Year

UnpluggedView: The Big Year

Unplugged View: The Big Yearby Aaron Rowan Happy New Year, dear reader. In the world of birding, there is an annual contest called the “Big Year.” You may have seen the Steve Martin/Jack Black film about this challenge to spot as many species of birds as possible over the course of the calendar year. In […]

By January 3, 2022 Read More →
BargainView: Start the New Year

BargainView: Start the New Year

BargainView: Start the New Year!By Monica Barber The start of the New Year brings new things to do. The season for trying new things never ends. Luckily, most things continue on, so that we can give them a go. Ms M. is currently sipping on a cup of Earl Grey while browsing the class offerings […]

By January 2, 2022 Read More →
New Years Eve Events

New Years Eve Events

Here is a list of confirmed New Years Eve events at the time of printing. We will update the online calendar and share it on our social media as any new events may get announced. Remember Don’t Drink and Drive, designate a driver or take a cab, Lyft or Uber when you are done partying for the night. Looking […]

By December 13, 2021 Read More →
FitView: Get The Balance Right

FitView: Get The Balance Right

FitView: Get The Balance Right By Efren Martinez Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. This is my favorite time of the year! The smell of wood-burning fireplaces is in the air along with all those yummy holiday baked goods in the oven. This also being the two times a year that I personally let somewhat loose […]

By December 3, 2021 Read More →
Jazz Blues View: Live Music Support It and It Will Grow!

Jazz Blues View: Live Music Support It and It Will Grow!

Jazz Blues View: Live Music Support It and It Will Grow!By Eric Benson A little bio on one of our fellow Jazz pianists – 81 years young Kent Gripenstraw, who is hanging up his shingle playing out, secondary to feeling like his playing is not as it once was and schlepping around music gear. Kent […]

By December 2, 2021 Read More →
GoDowntown: CWB Nutcracker

GoDowntown: CWB Nutcracker

CENTRAL WEST BALLET- December 10-December 19 Central West Ballet is proud once again to present a favorite holiday tradition, The Nutcracker, complete with spirited party scenes, mesmerizing snow fall, Sugar Plum Fairies and all the characters you love!  Shop for unique Nutcracker gifts at the boutique in the lobby and purchase tickets for on-stage Sugar […]

By November 26, 2021 Read More →
ArtView: Fall Colors

ArtView: Fall Colors

Art View: Fall ColorsBy Jim Christiansen The leaves fell upon us and the first rain blessed us at the end of October. Perfect weather for the first Fall Stanislaus Artist Open Studio weekend. The event survived several postponements. Current decision for participating artists is to return to the April Spring event, again in the Fall […]

By November 10, 2021 Read More →
SmileView: Twist & Shout

SmileView: Twist & Shout

SmileView: Twist & Shout By Tasha Wilson    Katie Clawson loves to dance! But even more than dancing, she loves to help people. Most of all, her joy comes from assisting senior citizens and she is constantly looking for ways to help them feel better physically. As an Occupational Therapist, she incorporates dance into her […]

By November 6, 2021 Read More →
Unplugged View: The Song Remembers When

Unplugged View: The Song Remembers When

Unplugged View: The Song Remembers Whenby Aaron Rowan & friends Welcome, dear reader, to the 100th UnpluggedView column. Here’s something special to mark this milestone: stories from a few of the great creative people I’ve worked with over the years, about pieces of music that carry a special meaning and the true-life tales that accompany […]

By November 5, 2021 Read More →