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aestheticsarts and culturefeatured-aestheticsinspiring spacesIssue 22

By Michele Laverty The Farm to Table movement comes home at Bloomingcamp Ranch. Once a sheep farm where hundreds of sheep grazed pasture land the ranch became known as the place for fresh produce and even fresher baked goods. Founders Bill & Joy Bloomingcamp began planting almond and walnut trees

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aestheticsfeatured-aestheticsinspiring spacesIssue 21

By Elisa Hutsell Greens Market has always been known for their gorgeous displays of delectable, artisan foods. Always fresh and bright fruits, soups, salads, and sandwiches with wholesome ingredients. But it’s not just their fare that has high visual appeal. With the recent renovation to their building, Greens on Tenth

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aestheticsIssue 19

By Noel Daniel Most will remember the story of the boy who read junk mail because his family didn’t have the means to buy books. It’s a sobering fact, that not everyone can access books as readily as they want. Thankfully, Modesto residents Michelle and Jared Oller have a hand in fixing that: They

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aestheticsfeatured-aestheticsIssue 18

By Alex Cantatore In the old Southern Pacific Railroad station, in the heart of the “Cowboy capitol of the world,” sits the Oakdale Cowboy Museum.It’s a testament to men who worked the land, forged a community, fed the region, and made a name for Oakdale at rodeos across the nation. These real cowboys

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aestheticsfeatured-aestheticsIssue 17

Take a look at a map of Stanislaus County, and you’re not likely to see a place called “Roberts Ferry.”

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aestheticsIssue 16

 BY ALEX CANTATORE What was once a dilapidated downtown is now an adorable district, poised to become the hub of the city once again. After years of relative neglect, Downtown Riverbank underwent a multi-million dollar renovation project starting in 2007. The renovation is part of a much larger, longer-term plan to

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aestheticsIssue 13

Flying Turtle Cast Concrete Showcase Home BY DANA KOSTER Mat Rogers is having a love affair with concrete.To hear the Designer, Owner and Chief Craftsman of Flying Turtle talk about the material he’s made famous with his exquisite installations—15-footlong white counters with slot drain sinks integrated right into the design,

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aestheticsIssue 12

Tony Trevino and His Vinatage Barber Shop By Nathan Lloyd Formerly the office of a car lot tucked away just off McHenry on Drake Avenue, the quirky little structure that houses Trevino’s Barber Shop and Shave Parlor was built in 1948. Owner Tony Trevino has himself lent even more historical

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leavitt weaver
aestheticsIssue 5

One of the design world’s most venerable innovators create right here in your backyard.

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