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BY NOEL DANIEL Get ready to munch, crunch, and brunch on everything from fresh made-to-order crêpes, shrimp cocktails, chicken fajitas and so much more at The Community Brunch this year. This year, on Sept. 23 in the Modesto Center Plaza from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., the brunch will deliciously

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BY JACQUI D. SINARLE An outstanding variety of musical acts are slated to perform at the 2018 Stanislaus County Fair on the Bud Light Variety Free Stage this year. Here’s the lineup:     Jul. 13 | JOHN MICHAEL MONTGOMERY Known for tunes like “I Swear,” “I Love the Way

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By Ashley Stinson Built in 1883, McHenry Mansion is the only original Victorian home still standing in Modesto. The house was built by Robert McHenry, a director at the Modesto Bank. This house has been an enduring Modesto landmark since 1976, when it was granted to the City of Modesto

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Items Courtesy of Vintage Faire Mall FOR KIDS   FINGERLINGS INTERACTIVE BABY MONKEY Mr. Toys, Vintage Faire Mall, Level 1 $24.99 TSUM TSUM COLLECTABLES The Disney Store, Vintage Faire Mall, Level 2 3.5″ – $5.95 11″ – $12.95 17″ – $24.95 HOVERHEART FOLDABLE THREE WHEEL ELECTRIC SCOOTER Mr. Toys, Vintage

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By Noel Daniel For some, the holidays are a time where spending spirals out of all control. Splurging on that cousin’s gift or that aunt’s birthday card can lead to a budget that’s hundreds of dollars beyond what you initially thought. And have you given any thought to investing in

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By Connor Duewell It’s that time of year again! The excitement and stresses of the Holidays are coming to an end, and all that’s left is the one big night of celebration: New Year’s Eve. You’ve got the balloons, the champaign, the glasses–everything you need to ring in the new

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By Connor Duewell The season of giving is here again, which means it’s time to brush up on our gift wrapping techniques! The first–and possibly the most important–step is to make sure that your wrapping paper is the right size. If the paper is too small it won’t cover the

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By Author Ken White We choose to rejoice because our hometown is blanketed with roses. Showcasing those roses is the purpose of “Touchstones: Life and Times of Modesto,” a new book commissioned by the McHenry Museum & Historical Society, as we near the sesquicentennial founding of our city. Touchstones is

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By Noel Daniel The JobRedi® Foundation hosted 100 grant recipients, their families, and distinguished guests at the 2017 JobRedi HOOPLA Celebration on Aug. 9, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Stockton Arena. JobRedi grants provide financial support to high school grads who face real adversity. These grantees are fulll-time students

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By Noel Daniel The First Friday Street Faire is an evening pop-up outdoor event that features our marvelous downtown restaurants and businesses who are ready to start your weekend right. There are finger-licking food options, local makers, and vendors who curate vintage apparel and smaller vintage household goods. “We want

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