In Season: Lemons

Lemons are in Season Tart, tangy, and delightfully transformative. The lemon is a must-have in kitchens across the country and beyond. Their use in recipes has been established in poultry and fish, desserts and, of course, a plethora of unique and refreshing beverages. Alongside its […]

Health & Wellness from A-Z

A healthier you in 2018. I’m gonna teach you (teach you, teach you), all about generalized health topics. A-B-C, it’s as easy as 1-2-3. Just kidding, it takes time and effort. And the known lack of instant gratification is enough to lead others astray—but not […]

Indoor Playtime

Get the kids out of the house—while staying inside!  If Santa’s shiny new deliveries have lost some of their luster and you’re scrambling for new ideas to keep the kids entertained for the rest of the Central Valley’s rainy season, consider these five options. Ginger […]


January is National Bath Safety Month.  Bath tub slips are dangerous for more than just the elderly. For children under four years old, bath time has hidden risks. That’s why the American Academy of Pediatrics says that a caregiver should always be present when a […]

At Home Mag

Kids on the Block

The show opens with two young girls talking. The first girl is telling her friend how she travels back and forth between her two parents’ houses week to week. It’s a common result of divorce in many families, and one that kids may struggle to […]


I write about my kid a lot because he’s my favorite thing that exists in this world, a sentiment I’m sure most mother’s share. He’s funny, bright, adorably clueless, and profoundly wise all at once. What I don’t write about often is how being a […]

Let’s Get Digital

Haggin Museum debuts renovations and exhibits A prominent fixture in Stockton since the early 1930s, the Haggin Museum is home to the artwork of Albert Bierstadt, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and 20th-century illustrator J.C. Leyendecker. But while the exhibits themselves are timeless, the museum itself needed a […]

Into the Music

Getting to know the music There are those that like music, those that love music, and then there are those who live through every note, transforming page scores into resonating works of art. University of the Pacific Graduate Assistant Scott Downs revels in the task, […]


A Bite of Brie at Blackwater

The Reopening of Blackwater Delicatessen Generations of foodies are flocking to the reopened doors of Blackwater Delicatessen, one of Stockton’s most memorable cafes and hangout hotspots near Victory Park. Priding itself in a combination of vintage and modern décor, and a menu that caters to […]

Electrified! RTD First Electric-Fueled Bus

RTD launches the nation’s first electric-fueled, zero-emission bus rapid transit route In 2018, there isn’t a single day that a hybrid doesn’t pass someone along the freeway. Tesla has made itself a comfy little office in our Lathrop community, and charge stations are popping up […]

Your Best You

Local life coach shines light on self-love Self-love isn’t always an easy job, but it’s crucial to your development, happiness, and success. Onisha Love, a Stockton native began to understand the importance of this ‘inside job’ when faced with a seemingly easy task—stand in front […]

What is Super Lice?

It’s a parent’s nightmare: tiny bugs infiltrating the house through your children’s hair. What’s worse? California has been identified as a super lice state. What are super lice? Super lice are a genetically mutated form of lice that resists the active ingredients in shampoos used […]

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