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arts and cultureIssue 27

Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science Talk about dinner and a show—“Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science” is everything you could want in a night out, from spirited songs, multimedia presentations, talk-show antics, and, of course, big and potentially dangerous food demonstrations. Brown’s penchant for mixing science, music, and food

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By Jacqui D. Sinarle If a dog is man’s best friend, then Barkin’ Dog Grill has got to be the local artist’s best friend. Not only does Barkin’ Dog exhibit the work of local artists, it also showcases performances by area musicians and poets. “We’ve been featuring local musicians and

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healthIssue 27

By Noel Daniel Heart disease and stroke kill more women than cancer does. It’s a scary statistic, isn’t it? One in three women die to heart disease and stroke. That’s why the American Heart Association embarked on a national movement to end the illnesses, it’s called Go Red for Women.

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healthIssue 27

By Noel Daniel Taking care of your teeth is more important than you might think. A beautiful smile is great in pictures—but it turns out, it’s also great for your overall health. “You should have good oral hygiene due to the fact that you want a nice smile,” said Savannah

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featured-healthhealthIssue 27

By Noel Daniel For as nice as it is for the weather to start warming up, it brings with it some itchy, red-eyed side effects. Allergy sufferers all through the Valley understand the price of living here. Although produce is delicious and fresh, it also means that pollen is plentiful—and can

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contentmentIssue 27

By Noel Daniel As the weather starts to warm up, it gets more and more tempting to go outside and play. But where to go once you’ve all loaded up in the car? If it’s a staycation you have in mind, then you’re in luck—we have four local hot spots

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Past Articles

food and wineIssue 26Uncategorized

By Noel Daniel “World-class dining” evokes images of prime steak, decadent wine, and gleaming crystal stemware holding rich and precious liquors. Fortunately for those in the Central Valley with a taste for the exquisite, Ernie’s Food & Spirits has all of this and more. Ernie’s offers the class of a

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capturedIssue 26

  Modesto came prepared to have fun at the 2016 Salvation Army’s annual “Kettle Kickoff” and donate to an organization that always ventures to help the community in need. Friends, neighbors, and coworkers were all welcomed to join in helping their favorite bell-ringer fill their kettle.

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arts and cultureIssue 26pulse

By Noel Daniel Every year, the community gets stronger. That’s because, each year, the community has hundreds of thousands of volunteers who come together to make Modesto a better place. The Modesto Chamber of Commerce Leadership Modesto Program takes time each year not only to identify, educate, and motivate potential

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Issue 26

1. HISTORIES AND THE GRAPHIC NOVEL Graphic novels have made a splash in recent years, drawing more popular and media attention. The medium, however, is far from a new way of telling a story, and in his Jan. 15 talk at Turlock’s Carnegie Arts Center, Dr. Mario Sifuentez wants to

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arts and cultureIssue 26

By Jacqui D. Sinarle Buy a ticket to Sankofa Theatre Company’s next performance and you’ll get more than a wonderful night at the theatre. “Our mission is both to develop and promote the cultivation of African American history, life and culture through the performing arts, and also to create unforgettable

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contentmentIssue 26

By Noel Daniel The premier event for women in business—featuring insights, inspiration, and motivational ideas from successful business leaders—was held on Nov. 3 at Greens on Tenth. That event was the Business Women’s Symposium: Overcoming Obstacles, Celebrating Success and it featured powerful women from the community with equally powerful advice.

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