Around the World in 26 Meals

Take a trip with us around the world in just 26 days—or less. From Asia to South America, Europe to the states, every region has its own menu of popular dishes it’s known for. And lucky for San Joaquinians, many of those international cuisines are […]

20 Great Valentines Dates

Looking to impress someone special this month? Whether the goal is to plan the perfect Valentine’s Day, or simply to treat your significant other to a night on the town, our list of local excursions is perfectly curated with lovers in mind. From first dates […]

Surviving a Broken Heart

Traditionally this is the month for lovers and all things romance related, but February also serves as a reminder to take care of our heart physically. American Heart Month, celebrated each year in February, is an annual celebration that began in 1963 to encourage Americans to join the battle against heart disease. According to the […]

Napa is for Lovers

Celebrate your love in Napa, a not-so-hidden oasis among the vineyards. Throughout the wine tasting region, guests can indulge in over-the-top experiences that encourage romance and togetherness, just in time for Valentine’s Day. It’s a place to splurge. So, sweep your lover off their feet […]

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10 California Wine Regions to Visit

Every time of year is a good time for winetasting, and California isn’t running low on wineries or AVAs, with 139 American Viticultural Areas in total. Skip over the big-name regions and instead focus on some of the cooler, kicked backed wine tasting cities in […]

Setting Limits: Small Device Use

Modern smart phones and the culture surrounding small device use is a wonderfully complex topic. While these devices have given parents security in being able to track and communicate with their children as well as giving people of all ages the ability to maintain long-distance […]

Gliding All Over

This season marks the 15th anniversary of hockey in Stockton. Started in 2005 when the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies relocated to Stockton and was renamed the Stockton Thunder, the ECHL team (third tier underneath the National Hockey League and American Hockey League) called the portside […]

Top 20 Health & Wellness Trends for 2020

To say there is a lot going on in this booming, $50+ billion industry would be an understatement. On any given day, you can go on social media and easily discover a new workout, supplement, or “healthy” recipe. While social media may not always guide […]

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Winter Escapes

Whether you’re looking for the perfect destination to hit the mountain, or you simply want to enjoy the snow from a cozy cabin, there are plenty of winter hideaways in both California and Nevada to satisfy your seasonal craving for cold. Learn more about the […]

Give Back this Holiday Season

Women’s Center Youth & Family Services 620 N. San Joaquin St., Stockton, (209) 941-2611, WCYFS.org WCYFS, a Stockton nonprofit, offers two opportunities for community members to help their cause over the holiday season. The first is by adopting an individual or family from a local […]

Jayden’s Journey

Jason David’s son, Jayden, was diagnosed as an infant with Dravet Syndrome, a rare form of life-long epilepsy categorized by frequent and prolonged high-intensity seizures that are often drug-resistant. Even so, by his fifth birthday, doctors had prescribed Jayden 22 anti-seizure pills per day that […]

Being Santa Claus

Darrell Phillips, 80, has been Santa Claus for 39 years. His first gig was at the Clements Buckaroos Christmas Party, a private event for members and their guests. Since then, he’s kept busy being Santa, dressing up in a red suit and donning a full […]

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