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By Jacqui D. Sinarle If there’s one celebration that’s uniquely Modesto, it’s Graffiti. Every year, local residents have looked forward to Modesto’s annual Graffiti Summer, which combines cars and music in a fun family environment. Today, Graffiti activities are more numerous than ever and attract people from across the country, a

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By Jordan Severns The arts give life and energy to any community, and few art forms bring people together quite like a concert. That’s why on May 20, downtown Modesto is being transformed into a free music festival for the second annual Porchfest! Modesto Porchfest is a series of concerts

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By Jacqui Sinarle There are so many great reasons to attend this year’s Stanislaus County Fair, scheduled for Jul. 13, through Jul. 22. Not only does the Fair offer family fun with exhibits, livestock, rides, and food—but now, for the third year, the Fair will also feature the empowHER Lounge

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By Noel Daniel Sometimes beauty products can be downright expensive. Some commercial beauty products can even damage your skin with harsh chemicals and perfumes. When in doubt about which products to rely on, we’d recommend whipping up some of your own. We’ve put together a whole beauty routine just for

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By Noel Daniel In what was deemed a runaway success, Turlock Restaurant Week had its inaugural run from Jan. 19 – 28. In it, 25 Turlock restaurants came together to offer a variety of delicious menu items at great prices. So, how did such a large-scale event make its way to

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Sometimes it can be hard to buy for a wedding. Whether you’re the one putting it on, or you’re coming with gifts, we think the best idea is to look local. We stopped by Our Little Shop on Needham in Modesto to pick some great ideas to jumpstart your list.

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By Jacqui D. Sinarle How’s your heart health? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. One in every three deaths is from heart disease and stroke— that’s 2,200 deaths per day! Heart disease is also the leading

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By Jacqui D. Sinarle No matter where you live in the Stanislaus region you can join Americans throughout the country in celebrating African American history. African American History Month, also known as Black History Month, was originally celebrated as Negro History Week in 1926 to encompass the birthdays of both Abraham

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By Jordan Severns With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s time for our annual freak out about how to best show that special someone how much they mean to us. Well freak out no longer, because compiled here is a short list of DIY gift ideas that are sweet,

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By Jordan Severns Love is in the air and Valentine’s Day is on the horizon! If you, like so many others, find yourself hopelessly in love and hopelessly unsure how to show it, look no further! Here are a handful of date ideas that are certain to delight, providing the

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