15 Cities in 15 Days

After months of being quarantined in one city, we’re all itching to get out and explore. But when we’re allowed to travel again, where will we go? If you’ve spent months dreaming of all the spots you’d visit when it was all over, it likely […]

Burger Me! Our Favorite 33 Burger Places in San Joaquin

Fried eggs, avocado, chili, jalapenos, pineapple, donuts—San Joaquin County and its many eateries certainly don’t shy away from experimenting with burger toppings. From breakfast concoctions made with hash browns to loaded burgers dripping with house sauce and other choice ingredients, residents here can stuff their […]

Fulfilling A Civic Duty

When COVID-19 caused shelter-in-place orders in San Joaquin County, the Community Foundation mobilized to start the San Joaquin Emergency Response Fund, a fund used to support food banks, essential social service providers, homeless shelters, and schools as the disease and closures quickly affected everyone in […]

Life In A Pandemic

COVID-19 turned our world upside down this spring when national, state, and county shelter in place orders shuttered business throughout SJC. During that time, our hometown looked a little different, and if you were hunkered down inside you might have missed some of what made […]

Weddings

The Lost Sierras

The Lost Sierra sounds like a mystical place better suited for a J.R.R. Tolkein novel or James Cameron film than the real world. But many will be surprised to hear that this real-life wonderland is not only in California, it’s just three short hours from […]

When We Meet Again

Hey, we miss you. And I bet you’ve missed us—and everyone else—too. While it’s been necessary to shelter in place and keep our distance for quite some time due to Covid-19, we’ve spent the whole “break” dreaming of the days we can start seeing people […]

Breaking Through Glass Ceilings

Kathryn Nance, 45, is the second female police officer to promote to captain at the Stockton Police Department. However, she isn’t fulfilling any great lifetime dream with her success. In fact, Kathryn never had any intention of becoming a cop at all. It was a […]

Wonder Women

It takes a lot to keep the community running, and more importantly thriving. Nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and individuals with kind hearts are at the core of San Joaquin County’s success. But while we know these organizations are making a difference, we often overlook the […]

At Home Mag

Ooey, gooey, melty goodness

It’s the staple you loved as a kid—slices of cheese expertly meted between two pieces of bread. Whether you made it on the stove or in the oven, on sourdough, white, or wheat—a grilled cheese sandwich was most likely a lunch-time staple of your childhood. […]

Waterfalls & Wildflowers

Gorgeous, rainbow blooms; loud, cascading waterfalls; lush green hills brimming with colors—spring is the time to get out in nature and indulge in the luminous super blooms, wildflower bursts, and more. This time of year is when many of the most magnificent florals come to […]

How to Crush the Farmer’s Market Like A Pro

One of the best things about living in San Joaquin County is the bounty of agriculture that surrounds us. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of tasting fresh-from-the-farm fruits and vegetables, chances are you’ve visited a local farmers’ market. While the rows of booths might […]

Heroes of the Delta

The Delta is a recreational wonderland, providing the community with opportunities to get on the water and explore through water skiing, jet skiing, wakeboarding, house boating, fishing, and more. It’s also an expansive waterway system that provides water supply for millions of Californians and millions […]

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