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Issue 20Out and About

Somewhere between family and work, the volunteers of Murals in Motown find time to inspire positive change wherever they can in Modesto— and that’s exactly what they did at the Gallo Center for the Arts on Nov. 5. The Finger Painting Face-Off features Modesto’s most influential people in a Finger

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PEOPLE NORMALLY KNOW ME AS… A graphic designer, artist, truth-teller, spiritual seeker, and highly intuitive person. BUT WHAT THEY DON’T KNOW IS THAT… I love to play with fire! I’m a flow artist and fire spinner. The term “flow arts” refers to a movement-based art form that integrates dance and

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Issue 20Out and About

People from all around came to wet their skates on Modesto’s new ice skating rink. The rink is close to the cinema as well as a few restaurants, making it the place to be last winter. Even though it was the rink’s first year, it was impressively large, standing at

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 By Noel Daniel Love Is A Hard Thing To Describe,to experience, to pin down. Whether you have a special someone in your life or don’t, February shouldn’t be the cruelest month. Maybe you just found love, maybe you’re still looking, or maybe you’re not interested at all in the sort of

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Have Something You’ve Always Wanted To Do? Have resolutions you make every year? A motivation board is one proven way to inspire you to succeed. For some, it might seem tired to rebuild yourself, and so they decry the idea of “New Year, New You…” but a Motivation Board would

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By Anne Marie Bergthold Using only a trunk of costumes, one woman brings to life the story of Harriet Tubman. For one evening only on Feb. 26, “The Spirit of Harriet Tubman” will be performed by Leslie Lorraine McCurdy. Born into slavery in Maryland, Tubman escaped to freedom in Pennsylvania. At great risk to

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Fairy Tales and Fantasy If you’re looking to start your holiday season with a sprinkle of funny, don’t miss “Elf the Musical” in its two-day debut to the Gallo Center for the Arts on Nov. 17 and 18. Let the Bringham Youn University’s Theatre Ballet dance into your heart, bringing all your childhood dreams

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By Noel Daniel The lights have dimmed. You and nine other captives are locked in a room you’re not familiar with. Symbols, foreign words and numbers are scrawled along the walls. These and the occasional item are your only clues to escape. A voice crackles through a speaker: You have only sixty minutes. Sixty minutes to

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   By Noel Daniel The Leave Flutter down on a familiar Modesto street, the sharp smell of Spring is heavy in the air. Hundreds of thousands of Modesto citizens are running – and it’s for the beast reason. The Modesto Marathon started as a way to serve the local community by

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Last year’s main altar for the Dia De Los Muertos event focused on domestic violence awareness and honored those lives that were tragically lost because of it. The event was presented by the District Attorney’s Office Victim Service Program, the Haven Women’s Center, and the Gallo Center for the Arts.

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