Click Bait : Telling Stories that Get Results

March 29, 2018

Barbara Daly has moved from on-air personality to behind-the-camera talent. The Stockton videographer who runs the video production company Daly Video Services got her start as an on-air reporter in Santa Rosa, El Paso, and Tucson. When her husband landed an on-air reporting gig for […]

2018 Wonder Women

March 29, 2018

Six women who combat community challenges Rebecca Deal Five generations and a community built on friendship ties Rebecca Deal to San Joaquin, and with such a strong connection to the Central Valley, she can’t picture herself anywhere else. “All of my family is here, born […]

You Only Better: 2018 Cosmetic Trends

March 29, 2018

Female empowerment is in these days. From women supporting other women, the Harvey Weinstein accusations that launched a million other celeb-centric callouts, to the #timesup movement, the female future is undeniable. For years some have turned their noses at cosmetic procedures, insisting they go against […]

De Vega Brothers

March 29, 2018

Take a trip into the soul of Stockton and uncover Italy along the curving business of Stone Creek Village. Here, food and family go hand in hand, complementing laughter with fresh bites of Bruschetta, and smiles with plates of Chicken Scaloppini, Eggplant Parmigiana, and Cioppino. […]

At Home Mag

24 Hours in Sacramento

March 29, 2018

It’s time to take a break! Need to escape the stressors of daily life, but don’t have time for a full-blown vacation? Take 24 hours and get away from it all in Sacramento. The nearby escape is undergoing a revitalization. Recently coined America’s farm-to-fork capital, […]

Feminine Philanthropy

February 27, 2018

Kristen Spracher-Birtwhistle humbly describes herself as “an experienced woman” and a feminist. Others would likely describe the fourth generation Stocktonian as an innovator and a mentor. In 2015 Kristen founded the Eleanor Project, to help connect women across generations and careers, establish personal and professional […]

Dining by Waterside

February 27, 2018

Saturday nights are bubbling alongside Delta Bistro. As hungry guests walk the halls of University Plaza, so, too, do famished fans adorned in red, black, and white jerseys. It’s another win for the Heat, just a stone’s throw away at the Stockton Arena, and succulent […]

Big Sur Road Trip

February 27, 2018

The long-awaited reopening of Big Sur State Park came last fall when the northern stretch of Highway 1 was reopened following a devastating winter responsible for destroying much of the roadway. Before the reopening, Big Sur was only accessible by a hair-pin-heavy roadway that many […]

Parents Magazine

Everything Guide to Kids

February 27, 2018

61 Things to Do with Your Brood in San Joaquin SJ Families are blessed to live in family-centric communities dedicated to providing worthwhile entertainment for children of all ages. Plan a family outing for Saturday or send your teen off after school to enjoy all […]

Bakeries and Cakeries: Our favorite Local Sweet Spots

January 24, 2018

What’s better than the rich romance between buttercream frosting and carrot cake? Or the crisp, fluffy layers of a freshly baked croissant folded around melted chocolate? What can match that tangy first bite into a lemon bar? Or the unfolding flavor in apple pie a […]

Goodstock Makes Good

January 24, 2018

Goodstock makes an impact on its community, one event at a time. Don’t let the website fool you. While Goodstock Productions would like you to believe that they’re all about Stockmarkets and Style Swaps, art showcasings, and putting on pretty sweet events in general, that’s […]

Dying of a Broken Heart

January 23, 2018

Achieve cardiovascular health with help from local experts, and a little bit of cardio.  A sudden squeezing pain in the chest, tightness that spreads to the left arm, a wave of dizziness, shortness of breath. These are the symptoms most sufferers feel when they have […]

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