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Townsend Opera looking for best “Stella” scream

Townsend Opera looking for best “Stella” scream

MODESTO — The Townsend Opera is hosting, a “Stella” screaming contest. The contest is based on the scene from “A Streetcar Named Desire,” where Marlon Brando’s character Stanley Kowalski passionately screams “Stella!” to garner his wife’s attention.

In honor of the upcoming January performances, the Townsend Opera will host a contest to determine the best “Stella!” yell.

Winners will receive two tickets to “A Streetcar Named Desire” and a chef tasting dinner with wine pairings valued at $250 from Galletto Ristorante in downtown Modesto.

Those wining to enter can do so by clicking on the “Enter to Win” tab on Townsend Opera’s Facebook page, “Like” the page and then submit your “Stella!” video with a YouTube, Vine or Instagram link. 

Contest participants must be at least 14 years old to be considered. The contest runs through Jan. 17 and the winner will be chosen by a panel of judges... Read More

Use News10 promo code - Walking With Dinosaurs at Sleep Train Arena Jan. 1

Use News10 promo code - Walking With Dinosaurs at Sleep Train Arena Jan. 1

Looking for something to do with the family this holiday season?  Don't miss this great opportunity.  It's a fantastic show, and if you use our News10 promo code for the January 1 show, you'll get a discount.

What am I talking about?

You may remember when Ellen invited Noah Ritter, the Apparently Kid, to visit Walking with Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular this summer.

Click here to see the video.  It's well worth seeing and has been viewed more than 24 million times. 

Well, you can take the Apparently Kid in your family to Walking With Dinosaurs during the holidays when the twenty million dollar production visits Sacramento January 1-4 at Sleep Train Arena.

AND, if you''d like to go opening night (Jan. 1), you can get half price tickets by using promo code NEWS10.

Why home buyers will likely return to market in ‘15

Why home buyers will likely return to market in ‘15

By PJ JOHNSEN
2014 President, Central Valley Association of Realtors

Job growth has improved throughout California and the state’s housing market looks bright for 2015. To be a successful player in the next year’s home buyer market, it’s essential to understand what indicators and trends will push market gains, and one real estate statistic has Central Valley professionals enthusiastic about the New Year... Read More

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Stanislaus sheriff issues letter to community


Stanislaus County Sheriff-Coroner Adam Christianson posted the following letter on the sheriff's department's Facebook page to reassure the local community of the department's commitment to serve in light of many police agencies feeling beleaguered by protests against police tactics( i.e. Ferguson, New York City, Cleveland). The sheriff also thanked those served for their continued support.

Post by Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department.

World Series trophy to tour Central Valley

World Series trophy to tour Central Valley

Central Valley residents wanting to get a first-hand look at the San Francisco Giants’ World Series trophy will have serval chances in February and March. The trophy will tour Northern California and southern Oregon, beginning Jan. 7 and running through April 13.

The trophy will visit San Joaquin county beginning at 5 p.m., Feb. 11 ... Read More

2014 rankings: University of the Pacific is diverse, smart and cool

2014 rankings: University of the Pacific is diverse, smart and cool

University of the Pacific awards more doctoral degrees to Asian American students than any other college in the country. Pacific alumni have the sixth-highest salaries among recent graduates who earned diplomas at West Coast colleges. And the university counts among the 15 most popular, 50 most beautiful, 50 smartest and 100 “coolest” campuses in the nation.

Those are just some of the rankings Pacific chalked up this year in assessments from popular magazines and websites, including Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Payscale.com, PolicyMic.com, Lumosity, Sierra Magazine and more.

“It’s wonderful when these rankings emphasize what we already know about Pacific,” said Provost Maria Pallavicini. “Pacific is a special place that prepares students for success through rigorous academics and superior teaching. While no ranking should be taken too seriously, we appreciate being recognized in so many areas.”

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