MAH MAGAZINE

MAH Magazine is published quarterly we highlight local and central valley artists, art venues, organizations and supporters. It is published January, April, July and October. MAH Magazine is printed and distributed in Merced County and can be viewed online world wide. 

Aftershock Festival

Shinedown

Shinedown

September Mourning

September Mourning

Shinedown

Shinedown

Turbowolf

Turbowolf

Breaking Benjamin

Breaking Benjamin

September Mourning

September Mourning

Aftershock Fans

Aftershock Fans

Shinedown

Shinedown

August 23, 2017

Seven Months into the release of their debut self-titled album, local act Cottonwood Creek has been hard at work sharing their passion for music in every venue, bar, theatre, and festival throughout nation. Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, their album quickly climbed...

August 15, 2017

  

A dual approach is underway to identify and assist homeless veterans in Merced County. An outreach campaign is going on this week to locate homeless vets and connect them to services and housing. The following week a Vet Connect event is being held to provide a...

August 10, 2017

Friday procession will honor fallen firefighter from Merced.

Merced resident Clayton Charles Ogden III, husband, father, Santa Cruz firefighter/paramedic and true hero will be honored with a procession through the streets of Merced Friday afternoon.

Between 2 and 3 p.m....

August 1, 2017

MAH Magazine caught up with Eulalia Gámez at Coffee Bandits last Wednesday during her Meet and Greet Reception. Gámez thought she’d change things up a bit by inviting the community to join her for an afternoon of interactive art. Gámez was available from 3-9pm and had...

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