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By Jacqui D. Sinarle If there’s anyone who can appreciate the fragility of life, it’s Rebekah Gregory. As a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing, Gregory also knows how incredible it feels to overcome tragedy and rediscover the joy of living every precious day. “Before the bombing, I didn’t realize

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By Noel Daniel It’s the season of the gourd, and people everywhere are playing in patches, decorating, and drinking lattes. So what are some of the best places in Stanislaus County to fuel your pumpkin fire? We’ve found local stops that’ll curb your cravings for pumpkin fun, style, and eats.

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fitnessIssue 24

By Jacqui D. Sinarle When it comes to Modesto Moves, the name says it all. “The Modesto Moves Training Team is a nonprofit organization whose main purpose is to get people out and moving,” explained Leanne Mason. She and husband Mike, both longtime members of ShadowChase Running Club and Team

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Not only is Pokémon GO affecting Stanislaus County in a big way, but Modesto-Con was a huge success, with fans and enthusiasts of all ages coming together from Jul. 9 to 10. Started to “further the culture of geekery,” the success just might mean we’re in for a nerdier Modesto.

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Luigi’s Pizza to Go KitchenLocated in a nondescript strip of storefronts on Yosemite Avenue in Modesto, Luigi’s Pizza To Go Kitchen is almost literally a hole in the wall. Step into the little shop and you’re met with two tables, a handful of chairs, a beautiful brick oven and the

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By Noel Daniel “You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it.” – Edith Head Fashion Week is coming to Modesto Sept. 14 through 18, and bringing an air of pride with it. Reggie Rucker, Co-Founder and Fashion Week Committee Chair, wants Modesto to realize that

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arts and cultureIssue 24

By Noel Daniel The Central Valley is the large, flat central point in California—a sprawling landscape permitting a view to the far mountains, if you cared to look. Traveler and artist Tyler Abshier put pen to paper, documenting his travels in handwritten and sketched journals in a series he calls

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food and wineIssue 24

By Noel Daniel By now, you’ve probably had potatoes prepared in at least five ways: as chips, fries, baked potatoes, scalloped potatoes, or any other number of comfort food goodness. But potatoes are used in more ways than you’d think. Potatoes are fermented for vodka, as well as the Irish

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food and wineIssue 24

By Noel Daniel Next time you get a craving for some creamy, spicy deviled eggs, you might want to consider stopping in at Concetta— but they won’t be your grandma’s deviled eggs. Served with shrimp or else a tangy Sriracha kick, Concetta’s food is the most gourmet comfort food you’ll

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Issue 24Out and About

By Noel Daniel It’s a run for only the boldest runners, where some races include fire jumps, crawling in mud under barbed wire, wall climbing, spear throws, rope climbs, monkey bars, tractor pulls, diving under water-submerged walls, skipping across stumps in a pond, and even more madness. And we have

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