Weekly Greeting

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Greetings View – Brightest and Best

Greetings View – Brightest and Best

Greetings friends, Brightest and best; doesn’t it just sound amazing? It does because it describes the people that are making great changes, building new ideas, creating new spaces, and planning better things for our community and our future. We want our brightest and best back here in Modesto so that we continue our path of […]

By September 2, 2018 Read More →
BargainView – Season of Mellow

BargainView – Season of Mellow

Season of Mellow By Monica Barber Summer might be the high season but Labor Day welcomes in that time of year that Keats called the ‘season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’. Ms. M throws a light sweater in her bag and plans her day around the cool weather. The temperature drop marks the turning of […]

By September 2, 2018 Read More →
BigView –  Fall Season Preview

BigView – Fall Season Preview

HS-Football-Cheat-Sheet.pdf The BigView By Chris Murphy It is football season! About time huh? The ViewCrew loves this time of year and we especially love the fun and the spirit of high school football games. But, where and when are they? The ViewCrew is here to help and have compiled a handy-dandy cheat sheet so there […]

By September 2, 2018 Read More →
Graffiti-Con Review in Prose

Graffiti-Con Review in Prose

Graffiti-Con Review By Dave Storm Well hello loyal readers of “MView” It is I Dave Storm, staying IN-TUNE. IN-TUNE with our readers In tune with our town. In tune with tomorrow Everywhere, all around. Let’s start up our engines And stomp on the gas. And color our worlds, With Comic-Art flash. Steering our way, through aisles of […]

By July 20, 2018 Read More →
MetalView: Modesto’s Most Hated

MetalView: Modesto’s Most Hated

METALView: Modesto’s Most Hated By Eve Oberlander The wait is over, the day is finally here. Nothing But Losers CD release party!!! Okay, okay, so I’ve only been waiting for this day for the last seven years since I first came on to the metal scene. Losers were the first band to welcome me with open arms. We’ve been […]

By July 11, 2018 Read More →
StageView – Gathering Place Needed

StageView – Gathering Place Needed

StageView By Chris Murphy We need a community gathering place. This summer, when we were planning the 2018 Music in the Plaza series, we were struggling on how to make this more of an event, where more people can gather and enjoy and see the band better. A stage, or some kind of community platform/ […]

By July 2, 2018 Read More →
ChefView: Kimoto We Like The Way You Roll

ChefView: Kimoto We Like The Way You Roll

ChefView: Kimoto We Like The Way You Roll by Brandilyn Brown and Christopher Mitchell Looking for fresh seafood and sushi? Us too! We found the most delightful dishes at our local “izakaya” (Japanese for “stay in sake shop” or what we call a Japanese Pub), Kimoto Sake & Sushi in Modesto. Owner Brandon Dodge and […]

By April 30, 2018 Read More →
MetalView Get Lucky

MetalView Get Lucky

MetalView-Get Lucky By Eve Oberlander Modesto’s Nude Medusa is back in action. They sound harder and heavier from when they first started a few years back. Their sound reminds me of stoner doom rock. They also have a sludge grunge sound, reminiscent of 1990’s alternative days. With band members Ericka on vocals and Potter on […]

By March 4, 2018 Read More →
ComedyView Not Your Granny’s Comedy

ComedyView Not Your Granny’s Comedy

ComedyView-Not your Granny’s Comedy By Felicia Aleman Hello, hello, hello. Happy March. Is it winter? Is it spring? Why is it sunny but if I go out in flip-flops I end up with frostbite? What do leprechauns do the rest of the year? Questions, questions… Speaking of leprechauns and questions, this month’s interview is with […]

By February 26, 2018 Read More →
ValentineView

ValentineView

ValentineView By Chris Murphy There is always time for some romance. A quick date with your wife, partner or significant other is always possible. Don’t save your romance just for Valentine’s Day. There are little things you can do that have the look of love, a cool mix with Sinatra, some retro Rat Pack, Dusty […]

By February 8, 2018 Read More →
ComedyView Pod Casts

ComedyView Pod Casts

ComedyView by Felicia Aleman Hello, hello, hello. There are bells to be jingled, halls to be decked and toes to be mistle-ed.  So you ask “How can I enjoy fabulous local comedy when I’m so busy?”  PODCASTS!  Listen to podcasts anytime online and get to know your local comics from the privacy of your own […]

By December 2, 2017 Read More →
ComedyView Hello Hello Hello

ComedyView Hello Hello Hello

By Felicia Aleman Hello, hello, hello. It’s October, and while you are thinking of Halloween, some of us are thinking about the MAMA Awards. Vote for your favorite comic at www.ModestoAreaMusic.com until October 8. The 2017 nominees are Jason Sohm, Anthony K., Serena Gamboa, Chris Teicheira, Taylor Evans, Nick Larson, Connor Martin, Saul Trujillo, AJ Demello and Felicia […]

By October 19, 2017 Read More →
Power of the Purse Shop Local

Power of the Purse Shop Local

by Middagh Goodwin Modesto’s population is approximately 204,933, it is the 18th largest city in California. What does that ultimately mean? There are a lot of people living in and around Modesto. Statistics show that about 68% of what is spent locally is reinvested in the community. Remember that statistic. Independent retailers return back into the […]

By September 11, 2017 Read More →
Cherry Poppin’ Daddies in the name of Swing.

Cherry Poppin’ Daddies in the name of Swing.

  The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies burst onto the music scene 20 years ago with the release of Zoot Suit Riot a compilation of their Swing songs with four newly recorded songs(including the title track.) The album would go on to sell over 2 Million copies. On the tail of the 20th Anniversary and a remastered […]

By July 25, 2017 Read More →
HistoryView –  Save The Lions!

HistoryView – Save The Lions!

HistoryView: Save the 7th St Lions Publisher’s Note: ModestoView promotes planning for the future by respecting and celebrating the past. This month, we combine our Design View and HistoryView with an beautiful piece by Gavin Bruce. The 7th St Bridge is slated for demolition to be replaced with a basic structure, but we can still […]

By May 31, 2017 Read More →