It's the ultimate fashion paradox.
One… two … three… Drive down McHenry Avenue in Modesto and you will lose count trying to keep track of the number of thrift shops that line the street. As a recent addition to the McHenry thrift scene, Endless Possibilities Thrift Store is expanding its presence in Modesto.
Alexandra may be considered a savvy shopper.
New Year's Eve is a time to reflect on the past year and look forward to a new one, but it is also time to do one thing: party. Whether it's a restaurant or a church, a nightclub or a bar, Modesto offers a host of events to make ringing in 2014 a memorable experience.
Say goodbye to an old friend with fun, food, friends and everything else on the New Year's side of happy.
Three. Two. One.
What better way to make a splash for 2014 but with the Polar Run and Dunk.
A healthy start to a new year
SAN JOSE - Perched high on Mount Hamilton above San Jose is the Lick Observatory.
It's impossible to miss the Marsden home in the neighborhood off Crom Avenue just north of the Manteca Golf Course. It literally outshines all the houses at Greenview Place. The entire length of the house facing the street is dripping with all kinds of Christmas bling – blinking lights, chasing lights, dancing diode lights, a lighted choo-choo train, a red snowman, and Frosty the Snowman sporting a top hat. Proudly occupying a central location among all the outdoor decoration is a lighted American flag handmade by Alan Marsden.
"Okay everybody, it's time to go into the closet."
Whether it's Rockefeller Square in New York City or San Francisco's Union Square, Christmas trees are a staple of the holiday season found in cities and homes across the world. While Turlock's community tree may not tower in comparable sky scraper heights, it is a staple of the Central Valley town's annual holiday traditions since the early 1920s.
Yuletide memories of years past include heart and soul reflections of family life under living room Christmas trees, church time together and the special gifts of long ago.
In the mad, mad world of retail, the Christmas season starts right after back-to-school sales.
While hanging lights during the holiday season is an annual tradition for many families, it is often met with mixed feelings: Children love seeing the various lights while parents often find the task a dreaded duty.
COLIUMBIA - If you're looking for a low-key place for a short winter getaway that won't break the bank and has unique outings within ...
While diehard fans can debate for hours which football team reigns supreme, there is one thing they can probably all agree on: the best place ...
In Ripon there is at least one planned Super Bowl party.
So you've got your team colors, your face paint, and your foam finger.
STOCKTON - The great part about any Super Bowl or playoff game is that you don't even have to be a sports fan to enjoy ...
Make no doubt about it.
SAN FRANCISCO - San Francisco is home to many different cultures; however, one notable community located just one mile west of Union Square is Japantown, which ...
I was a senior in high school when a photographer friend of mine took me up to the top of Telegraph Hill and up the ...
SAN FRANCISCO – Nearly everybody I know that lives within a 200-mile radius of San Francisco has been there at least once in their lives.
The first time I happened along the Warming Hut was about six years ago.
SAN FRANCISCO - Hitting the beach in the City of San Francisco for visitors means either going to Ocean Beach that seems to run for miles ...
Enrique Cardenas doesn't look forward to holiday meals very much.
For the Assyrian community in Turlock, Christmas traditionally means two things: enjoying delicious food and spending time celebrating with family and friends.
"Sinterklaas" is Santa Claus in the Netherlands.
The Nativity Scene was the important décor coming from a Filipino household.