The Fast and The Feminine

June 30, 2018

Looking at this photograph taken in 1918, one can’t help but notice two things: First, a smiling subject, as opposed to the usual stoic stare that haunts the frames of most old photographs. Second, a woman behind the wheel of a racecar. Both surprising factors […]

Igniting the Spark

June 30, 2018

German aviator and religious leader Dieter F. Uchtdorf once said, “the desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul.” Yet, in adult life, we are so rarely offered the chance to create. Most jobs require us to analyze, produce, or […]

Be Lovely – Lovely Girl Mobile Boutique takes fashion on the road

June 30, 2018

When it comes to what’s in style this summer, Lovely Girl Mobile Boutique, a fashion hub on four wheels owned by mother-daughter team Jan Peterson and Casey Means have customers covered from trendy sunhats to strappy sandals. A close-knit pair professionally and personally (they talk […]

Take a Bite Out of the Raw Food Diet

June 30, 2018

Everyone’s health could benefit from the natural vitamins and nutrients found in raw fruits and veggies. In fact, the power of leafy greens alone are a guaranteed way to get more fiber, iron, potassium, and calcium into a diet. But the raw food diet isn’t […]

Weddings

Docked and Ready to Rock

June 30, 2018

With over a dozen marinas in the Stockton area, it’s not hard to find the perfect place to rest your captain’s hat between adventures down the deep water channel. Here’s our pick of the top four marinas where you can dock, dine, drink, and fully […]

No Boat? No Problem.

June 30, 2018

For those who want to skip around the Delta but don’t want the hassle (and cost) of boat ownership, we’re here to tell you that you really can have the best of both worlds. Freedom Boat Club—a national organization that allows members access to their […]

Hey, Sunshine

June 30, 2018

Sun-kissed shoulders aren’t cute when it comes to longtime dermatologist and owner of California Skin & Laser Centers, Dr. Gerald Bock. He’s been in practice since 1974 and says he tells his patients that sun exposure to the skin is like cigarette exposure for the […]

Understanding Arthritis

June 30, 2018

Arthritis is a condition that can, and does, affect millions of people as they age. According to the Arthritis Foundation, arthritis is the leading cause of disability among adults in the U.S. The most common type of arthritis is osteoarthritis, which affects an estimated 31 […]

SJ City Guide

Let’s Glamp!

June 30, 2018

Forget camping—let’s glamp! It’s the vacationing craze that’s taking over the country. Glamping mixes all the best parts of camping with the added bonus of luxury accommodations and modern amenities (think in-room massages and guided yoga practice). Lucky for San Joaquin residents California is home […]

Treating a Sunburn

June 30, 2018

The best course of action to protect against sunburns is prevention. But when SPF isn’t enough, it’s time to go on the defense. Use these quick tips for soothing bad burns, especially those on young, sensitive skin. 1) Whip out the dairy. This all-natural approach […]

3 Must-Have Back to School Items

June 30, 2018

In addition to the laundry list of school supplies every district requires, these extras will make starting school something to get excited about! Monogrammed backpack and lunch pail Let’s face it, kids lose stuff. And sometimes classmates have duplicates. Keep your child organized—and ensure lost […]

Shades of Color Paint

June 30, 2018

While public schools continue to phase out art classes in favor of math and science, our community’s youth are becoming less inclined to explore their own creativity. That’s why it’s so important—now, more than ever—that parents make the effort to cultivate their child’s creative spark. […]

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