Wonder Women

March 28, 2019

7 women who devote their lives to the betterment of San Joaquin County Across the globe women are forging the path to a better world. From spearheading initiatives, to founding local nonprofits, to investing in the wellness of the underserved population in their cities, women […]

Reno: 5 Ways

March 25, 2019

Are you ready to choose your own adventure? In Reno, where every hotel caters to a new crowd, there are plenty of ways to enjoy a weekend away. Whether you’re looking to win big on the tables or dance the night away, we’ve got the […]

Smooth Operator

March 25, 2019

Looking for a pre-summer pick me up? Looking good can have you feeling good! Find that fountain of youth right here in San Joaquin County with treatments focused on smoothing skin and treating other imperfections from nose to toes. Hair Removal Don’t be afraid to […]

On the Town

Getting Control: Stress Eating and How to Avoid it

March 25, 2019

Sometimes it happens after getting an angry email from your boss, or after you go through a break-up. Whatever the case may be, it starts with a handful of chips, then a few pieces of cheese, and next thing you know you have polished off […]

Feeling Hygge

February 26, 2019

The Danish Parenting Concept Taking the Nation by Storm You’ve likely heard the term before even if the definition was unclear. That’s because hygge—a Danish word without a direct English translation—is a little hard to describe. But we’re going to try. Hygge (pronounced “hoo-ga”) means […]

Meet the Maker

February 21, 2019

John Giannini of Van Ruiten Family Winery How did you get started? After four years of reading about, buying, and tasting wines, I decided to go to California to learn about the process. That was in 1994. I completed the Enology program at California State […]

48 Hours in Ventura

February 21, 2019

Visit California’s Central Coast The weather is heating up on the Central California Coast and Ventura Harbor Village is calling all San Joaquinians to come warm their toes in the sand. Located in the heart of Ventura, this vibrant, working harbor village and fishing marina […]

SJ City Guide

Technology in the Classroom

February 21, 2019

San Joaquin County Schools Focus on Technology-Based Learning for the Future Imagine visiting a space where possibility is the theme. Where math, science, and other STEM topics come to life before students’ eyes, urging them to solve real-life problems with hands-on learning. In San Joaquin […]

Hacking Sustainability

February 18, 2019

H₂0 Hackathon Encourages Coding Skills and Environmental Awareness  A competition that combines coding and environmental awareness—truly fitting for a state that is both home to a booming tech industry in Silicon Valley and in a constant state of drought. Even more fitting that this competition, […]

Romance in Mendocino

January 25, 2019

Fall in Love on the Coast February is for lovers—and so is Mendocino. The Northern California coastal town offers a quiet luxury perfect for the month of love. Whisk your sweetheart away for a weekend full of adventure, or skip the adventure and instead spend […]

Hear This

January 23, 2019

Noise Pollution Poses New Threat to Heart Health Yep, you read that right: the newest threat to heart health is noise pollution, a term just barely being recognized on the medical scene but has been present since the Industrial Revolution. According to a review paper […]

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