To New Heights: Old Sacramento Underground Tour

February 27, 2018

It’s hard to imagine our capital city underwater, but Sacramento spent much of its earliest days immersed in both the gold rush, and seasonal lakes that sloped through streets and humble residences. And we’re not talking puddles, here, but communities that required rowboats to cross […]

Back to Our Roots: Flame Tokay Grapes

February 27, 2018

Imagine, for a moment, Lodi’s vast appellation. What do you see tucked along the vines? Are the crisp, green jewels of Chardonnay peeking out between the leaves? Or maybe you’re visited by images of rich, deep shades of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot? Then again, as […]

Every Child in Need: CASA Aids Foster Youth

February 27, 2018

There’s a common theme amongst children dependent on the San Joaquin County justice system—they feel unwanted. In foster care or living at home in conditions no child should endure, these children have no voice and they aren’t getting the care they need to thrive. In […]

Solved In Sixty Minutes: A Peek Into Stockton Escape

February 27, 2018

The clock is ticking, and your mind is reeling. You have sixty minutes. That’s it. Sixty minutes to solve the many puzzles spread throughout a singular space encompassing not only yourself but up to nine other people. Friends? Family? Coworkers? It doesn’t matter where your […]

SJ City Guide

Let the Bodies Hit the Floor

February 27, 2018

In March, the girls in black and green will hit the rink for their 12th season. They may look sweet as they line up wearing red lipstick, but once the whistle blows, mouth guards go in and hips are checked. Games are broken up into […]

Bella’s Closet: Boutique Styles Abound at This Local Lodi Shop

February 27, 2018

Looking for a boho-chic boutique that stocks not only the latest in designer trends but also those timeless staple favorites? Then turn your attention to downtown Lodi where Bella’s Closet awaits, the ultimate one-stop shop for anyone looking to experience a taste of the exotic. […]

Meet the Maker: Jeremy Trettevik, Jeremy Wine Company

February 27, 2018

Meet the Maker: Jeremy Trettevik, Jeremy Wine Company   Q. How’d you get started? A. I started out in 1994 working in the cellar at Sebastiani Cellars on Turner Road (now Constellation). At that time I had no interest in pursuing a career in the […]

Oak Farm Vineyards

February 27, 2018

It’s hard to recall you’re only a short drive from downtown Lodi when paradise rests in the palm of your hand. Gazing over the deep crimson Cabernet swirling in your glass, worries tend to roll away with the breeze, carried off and through the patio. […]

At Home Mag

Behind the Knife: Richard Hyman of Fe-nix

February 27, 2018

If you’ve ever had the chance to meet Richard Hyman, you know that he is one of the kindest guys in the food business. He often wanders the dining room greeting customers and checking in on his clientele. At Hyman’s restaurant, Fe-nix, he serves up […]

Mighty Mules

February 27, 2018

Crafting cocktails is an art and even the simplest recipes can be transformed by a skilled bartender. The Moscow Mule has three basic ingredients—vodka, ginger beer, and lime. But as these four local takes will prove, the only real requirements for a good mule is […]

The Incredible Edible Egg

February 27, 2018

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Does it really matter? They both rock, but eggs take the cake this month. And with spring and Easter just around the corner, you might want the scoop on all things egg! These days eggs are on breakfast, […]

Snack Attack at the Abbey

February 27, 2018

It’s all about the experience when visiting the Miracle Mile’s leading hotspot for brews and bites. And, not wanting to disappoint, The Abbey Trappist Pub delivers with incredible ales and meals that make you go “Mmmm” in all the right ways! But seriously—don’t take our […]

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