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MODESTO, CA – (November 28, 2011) – Soul and R&B singer and musician Aaron Neville will appear at the Gallo Center for the Arts for a Christmas performance on Tuesday, December 20 at 7:00 PM. Neville is known for his 1966 hit single “Tell It Like It Is,” and his collaborated duets with Linda Ronstadt; “Don’t Know Much,” “All My Life,” and “When Something is Wrong with My Baby.”

Tickets for this performance range from $15 19 to $45. A 15% discount is available for groups of 15 or more. For tickets or more information, visit or call (209) 338-2100.

Neville has released over 20 singles; including three #1 hits on the Adult Contemporary format and a fourth on the R&B format. His versatile sound and duet work with other outstanding artists have led to 12 Grammy nominations, 3 Grammy awards, one Dove nomination, and one Academy of Country music nomination.

For Aaron Neville, there is an equally intimate connection between his music and the faith that has sustained him for his entire life. Through challenge and tragedy, he’s managed to thrive, protecting both his heart and his voice. Ask him how and he says simply this: “He who sings once, prays twice.”

Information Provided by The Gallo Center

C.S. Lewis Evening at the Gallo

Bilingual Weekly

MODESTO, CA –  David Payne’s esteemed one-man show, “An Evening with C.S. Lewis,” will come to the Gallo Center for the Arts on Friday, April 29 at 7:00 p.m.  Payne has performed for sold-out crowds throughout the U.S. and Europe, delivering a message of encouragement, hope and redemption.  Continue reading

Stockton Accepting Applications for Cultural Heritage Board Vacancy

Official seal of City of Stockton

STOCKTON, CA  – The City of Stockton is accepting applications for one vacancy on the nine-member (9) Cultural Heritage Board, due to resignation of one of its members.  Full terms are for four (4) years.  Continue reading

Cinco De Mayo Parade

STOCKTON, CA – The 2011 Cinco de Mayo Parade was announced to be scheduled on Sunday, May 1, 2011. 

“200 years of partnerships Mexico California” is the theme of this years’ parade announced Ines Ruiz-Huston, President of the Coalition of Mexican American Organizations. Continue reading

Film Festival Kicks Off

"The First Beautiful Thing"

STOCKTON, CA – The Red ribbon was cut at the 4th International Film Festival Kick off at Stockton, CA Empire Theater.   Continue reading

Hall of Big Heads

Postcard for Don Hall

Bilingual Weekly

STOCKTON, CA – The Tidewater Art Gallery located in downtown Stockton welcomes Don Hall for a second exhibit titled Big Heads. The exhibit began on Monday, March 7 and ends April 1, 2011featuring a series of enlarged portraits mostly grayscale pastel on paper.
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Viviana Guzmán: Flute of the World comes to town

Half Moon Bay, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Viviana Guzmán is not just an internationally renowned flutist, but an example of triumph over fate. Continue reading

Stockton Symphony’s Eternal Quest


The midsection of a cello.

Mid Section of Cello


Stockton,CA-Israeli-born Cellist Featured at Stockton Symphony’s “Eternal Quest” Classics Continue reading

Miracle Mile October Fest

October Fest Stockton,CA

Bilingual Weekly

Stockton, CA A Mile of games, rides, performances and chalk closed down a part of Pacific Avenue between Cleveland and Castle Street.  The October festival celebrated Stockton’s  heritage as a free community (click more to see more photos) Continue reading

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