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Graffiti USA Museum – Coming Soon!

Graffiti USA Museum – Coming Soon!

GraffitiUSAView By Chris Murphy We are bringing 1962 back! There is only one home of American Graffiti in the whole galaxy and it’s here in Modesto USA. This is were George Lucas grew up, went to school, created his stories and raced his cars and then went to Modesto JC before heading off to USC […]

ArtView – Starting to Open Up

ArtView – Starting to Open Up

Art View By Jim Christiansen With the limited opening up of Modesto, it’s not quite a June swoon in the art scene, and not yet the summer blast of art openings, open galleries and festivals. Still, there is art news this month, encouraging for the summer months in the age of social distance. Artists around […]

ZenView – Flexibility

ZenView – Flexibility

ZenView By Mary Layton Flexibility The 3rd month into living in the world of COVID 19, I find that the shock waves are lessening. Certainly news of some businesses being allowed to reopen has helped. I’m beginning to relax. Evidence of how people have rallied for mutual support has been amazing. It’s so obvious to […]

Music is Good Medicine Pt. 1

Music is Good Medicine Pt. 1

Music is Good Medicine Part 1By Patty Castillo Davis Many people’s lives have been altered by COVID19. Social media and news outlets have focused to a great degree on the implications of the virus in regard to mental health and offering recommendations on how to preserve well being. One particular group we should keep in […]

Pride is a State of Mind

Pride is a State of Mind

PRIDE IS A STATE OF MINDBy Patty Castillo Davis The Coronavirus Pandemic has forced the cancellation or postponement of 475 Pride events from coast to coast. Celebrations are racing to digitize to happen at all. The Virtual Global Pride, organized by InterPride will happen online Saturday, June 27, cycling through time zones and will include […]

Stan State President Junn Announces Plans for Fall 2020

Stan State President Junn Announces Plans for Fall 2020

As announced early last week, I wanted to update you on how our campus is continuing to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic with the health, safety and well-being of our students, faculty, staff and community as our top priority. We now have guidance from the CSU Chancellor’s Office and the Board of Trustees with Chancellor […]

UnpluggedView: Lockdown

UnpluggedView: Lockdown

Unplugged Viewby Aaron Rowan     My first official act when life after lockdown begins: an entire week of nightly Young Artist shows at the Dragonfly art gallery downtown, featuring some of our greatest hits. Until that day comes, I’ll just turn the spotlight on a few bright stars of the next musical generation I’ve had a […]

By May 8, 2020 Read More →
1940s Modesto Time Line

1940s Modesto Time Line

1940s Timeline 1940 Modesto population is 16,379. 1941 The attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7 pushes the United States into World War II. Modesto and Stanislaus County put their emergency defense plan into effect on Dec. 8. Modesto has its first blackout drill on Dec. 13. 1942 First California Relays take place at the […]

Earth Day InterView – Vicki Rice

Earth Day InterView – Vicki Rice

InterView Vicki Rice – Recycling is What We Do By Chris Murphy The City of Modesto has so many functions. The number one is to make sure that the citizens of Modesto are safe and be a part of the community. From the basic utility billing to the parks and neighborhoods department, the City plays […]

American Graffiti Car Parade and Festival Cancelled

American Graffiti Car Parade and Festival Cancelled

Due to the current COVID 19 pandemic, the North Modesto Kiwanis Club will not hold its annual American Graffiti Festival & Car Show this year.This cancellation includes the popular car parade (classic car cruise) and the two-day show and festival that had been scheduled June 12-14. If the public health crisis has subsided sufficiently by […]

By April 3, 2020 Read More →
GreetingsView – Make the Best in Strange Times

GreetingsView – Make the Best in Strange Times

Greetings Friends, It is really important that we find a way to stay positive now. It is hard. These are strange times. From less than a month ago, we went into March, aware that something big was happening, but over the last 30 days, the global impact of this hit us right here at home. […]

PoetryView – Love in the Time of Coronavirus

PoetryView – Love in the Time of Coronavirus

Love-in-the-Time-of-Coronavirus.docx Love in the Time of Coronavirus by Sam Pierstorff, @njapoet Six feet feels like a hundred miles when handshakes are forbidden and high fives have been replaced by winks and head nods like we are all flirting inside a crowded bar, but the bar is our kitchen—the strangers are our neighbors walking past dusty […]

COVID-19 Message from the Mayor

COVID-19 Message from the Mayor

Message from Mayor Ted Brandvold, While we’re all practicing social distancing, I can assure you that Modesto City services and operations continue, even though we’re not able to accept the public at our counters at city hall. As we navigate how to provide the services you expect with staff who are also practicing social distancing, […]

Grab and Go Modesto

Grab and Go Modesto

Let’s Grab and Go Modesto! Here is a list of Restaurants and Cafes still serving with Curbside Pick up or deliveries. Remember to tip generously. Order directly if possible as Grubhub and Doordash charge 20-30% to the restaurant. Information is subject to change. These are subject to change day to day. Copy and paste this […]

By April 2, 2020 Read More →
Go Modesto: Support Local

Go Modesto: Support Local

Go Modesto: Support LocalBy 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 businesses return […]

By March 21, 2020 Read More →