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ZenView – New Energy

ZenView – New Energy

By Mary Layton New Energy I have been busy lately, the days go by so fast and some days I forgot if I’ve eaten. There’s so much to do, projects, daily chores, organizing, reorganizing, helping friends move, out of the old and in with the new. I seem to be in perpetual motion. I’ve been […]

By November 5, 2020 0 Comments 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 […]

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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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GoModesto – Keep Modesto Healthy

GoModesto – Keep Modesto Healthy

Keep our Community Healthy Currently local restaurants are in the Red Zone but Stanislaus County is right on the edge of the Purple and Red Zones so please do your part, wear your masks in groups and stay distances. Sure there are people in town that are ignoring those rules and putting you at risk, […]

By November 5, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
FitView: Winterizing Your Fitness

FitView: Winterizing Your Fitness

FitView: Winterizing Your FitnessBy Efren Martinez Winter work out in some ways like going from night to day instantly. As winter starts to set in our entire workout regiment can start to change as does our internal clock. Go with the flow and don’t kick all of your fitness to the curb just because it’s […]

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 →
FoodView – Harvest Moon is Back!

FoodView – Harvest Moon is Back!

FoodView Harvest Moon By Chris Murphy I learned to love Harvest Moon soon after moving back to Modesto in 1996. After we bought our house, we decide to remodel and had no kitchen. So with our 1-year old and our 6-year old in tow, we explored looking for places to dine out. We had already […]

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GoModesto – Shop Local

GoModesto – Shop Local

Go Modesto This year, it is more important than ever to shop local. Our local businesses have been hit so very hard this year. Even if you are not confortable dining indoors, or being inside, you can purchase a gift card at nearly every local restaurant and business. Please consider starting here. Local businesses like […]

By November 1, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
Strut Performing Arts

Strut Performing Arts

Strut Performing ArtsOn Site Winter Session 2020Classes begin Monday, November 2nd!    DRUM ROLL PLEASE …We are opening for our Winter  2020 Session ON SITE!! After careful consideration and guidance from local officials, SPA developed a weekly schedule that we feel would best suit our students and will allow our dancers of all ages / levels, […]

By October 28, 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 →
Mc Henry Mansion Gift Store Now Open

Mc Henry Mansion Gift Store Now Open

The McHenry Visitor Center & Gift Store located at 924 15th Street in downtown Modesto, CA has reopened! The Gift Store is now open to the public from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed weekends. Masks and social distancing are required in the store and hand sanitizer is readily available. Customers who desire to […]

By October 15, 2020 Read More →