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By Jacqui D. Sinarle Do you love your city? You can show it by participating in Love Modesto or another Love Our Cities event this spring! “Healthy communities need everyone to get involved,” observed Jeff Pishney, Executive Director of Love Modesto and Love Our Cities. “We’re trying to make a

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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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By Noel Daniel It was a night of love, loss, and celebration there in the Tenth Street Plaza. During the day, the streets buzzed with activity—fair booths, a stage for dances, and tables for meals which honored those who had passed. There were also, perhaps most importantly, memorial altars. The

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ByNoel Daniel For those out of the design loop, Pantone chooses one—or, in last year’s case, two—colors for the year. These colors appear in home decor, in fashion, and in graphic design. Colors like this are chosen two years in advance and after careful analysis of color trends. Those who

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capturedIssue 24Uncategorized

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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contentmentIssue 23Uncategorized

Help for Depression in Stanislaus County By Noel Daniel – Resources at the bottom of this article. Lisa Sanchez had a very rough start in life. She was diagnosed very early with Rapid Cycling Bipolar disorder, meaning her condition could cycle from manic to depressive in as quickly as a

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By Jacqui D. Sinarle Anything is possible in Jasen Bracy’s world. Name just about any activity a ten-year-old boy could dream of doing and chances are he’s done it. Play baseball with his peers? Yep. Perform music at Gallo Center? Check. Try indoor skydiving? Done it. And while they appear

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By Michele Laverty Stanislaus Grown and the University of California Cooperative Extension hosted the first annual Local Food Show at the Stanislaus County Ag Center’s Harvest Hall in March. This was a precursor to the Farm to Table dinners and restaurant partner meetings they will be having at Greens on

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hidden talentsIssue 19Uncategorized

PEOPLE NORMALLY KNOW ME AS… the IT Analyst that promotes accessibility on campus. I do a lot of training and education about the Accessible Technology Initiative to remove barriers to success caused by inaccessible technology. BUT WHAT THEY DON’T KNOW IS THAT I… that I’m a Steampunk fan. Steampunk is a mashup of science

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Issue 19Uncategorized

1. Constellations Maybe you’ll meet the love of your life at this play – or maybe you won’t. Nick Payne’s Constellations, directed by award winning director Jere O’Donnell, is a story of love and multiple universes. Find a world, or maybe several, full of explorable possibilities that can end or begin when we least expect them. General

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