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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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He’s an Original King of Comedy. He’s had a sitcom named after him. And on Aug. 15, D.L. Hughley will perform at the Gallo Center for the Arts.

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Nothing says summer like the county fair. This year the Stanislaus County Fair will feature even more fun for the whole family, including MindWorks, an interactive science exhibit, and a new exhibit with live butterflies.

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Issue 17Uncategorized

    1.Fourth of July Fireworks If you know a Turlocker, you’ve probably heard them complain about the lack of fireworks at CSU Stanislaus. The local college campus was home to the region’s best pyrotechnics show for more than 20 years, before budget cuts ended the tradition in 2009. Now,

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BY ALEX CANTATORE The heart of the world’s most productive agricultural region. No, it’s not Christmas. But if you ask a local foodie, you might hear that Farmers’ Market Season is actually the most wonderful time of the year. Across Stanislaus County, in the heart of the world’s most productive agricultural region, a slew

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food and wineIssue 16Uncategorized

BY ALEX CANTATORE No one’s sure exactly where they come from. But there’s no doubt that apricots are delicious. They were a favorite of Alexander the Great, who introduced the apricot to Greece. William Shakespeare wrote of the purported aphrodisiac in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” citing apricots as a key

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Issue 16Uncategorized

BY JACQUI D. SINARLE Direct Appliance has everything that a homeowner could ask for – 20 years in business, a great selection of appliances, knowledgeable staff and experienced remodeling crews. “We’re locally and independently owned, our contractors and installers are in-house, and we service everything we sell,” said Ron Winter,

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Issue 16Uncategorized

BY JACQUI D. SINARLE In the 60-plus years since Phillips Lighting & Home first opened, trends and styles have changed. But the family- owned business’s commitment to quality products and customer service has remained strong. “We’ve become a destination for quality lighting, lamps and fans,” says Carrie Arnold, who owns

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Issue 16Uncategorized

BY JACQUI D. SINARLE Maybe your living room could use a new sense of style. Perhaps the bedroom needs a new coat of paint. Or it could be time to remodel the kitchen or bathroom. From design services to project management and custom painting, the teams at Design Studio 120

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Issue 16Uncategorized

BY ALEX CANTATORE 1. Plant a Gorgeous, Drought-Friendly Garden You’ve seen the news and heard the ads – it’s time to ditch that water-hungry landscaping. Becoming drought-friendly can be a great excuse to make your landscaping even more beautiful, using native plants that thrive in this area. The professional landscape

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