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  • Stockton Hosts America’s Greatest Race

    April 24, 2018

    This year, Stockton proudly hosts the largest cycling event in North America, the Amgen Tour of California. Racing from the palm tree-studded streets of Long Beach to the grand capital of our Golden State, some of the most renowned cyclists and cycling teams in the […]


    April 23, 2018

    Shop small, shop local. It’s a mantra that has been sweeping the U.S. since the Great Recession. And it doesn’t get more local than the sisters behind Lincoln Center’s Zuesters (sisters in Dutch), the affordable family fashion and accessories store owned by Shaina Fahey and […]

    Golden Gate Pinball Festival Comes to Lodi

    April 23, 2018

    Flashing lights and whizzing sounds, exhibits, lectures, food and adult beverages, a silent auction, and even a space to camp out. If that sounds like fun to you, then the Golden Gate Pinball Festival is the place to be. The event will take place on […]

    Sail : Champion Chris Geiler takes flight

    April 23, 2018

    At the cliff face, time stands still for Chris Geiler. Staring across the abyss, he steps forward in his wingsuit as the wind tugs against his seams. Adrenaline, hesitation, the fear of the unknown is all foreign notions that roll off his shoulders and away […]

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    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 […]

    Cannabis Culture

    March 29, 2018

    In January of 2018, California became the sixth state in the U.S. to allow licensed shops to sell marijuana to anyone, 21 years and older, with a state licensed ID or passport. Stockton is currently home to a handful of dispensaries that welcome the public […]

    Run with Comfort : Finding the Best Fit for You

    March 29, 2018

    Whether you’re a triathlete or just a weekend warrior, making sure your running shoes fit properly is top priority. To find the best shoe for you, we asked Fleet Feet Stockton shop owner Tony Vice for guidance. “Everyone’s biomechanics are different,” says Tony. “How the […]


    Artistry in Accessories

    March 29, 2018

    Dorene Willet sells handcrafted jewelry at Lodi’s Boxwood Finch. Zzyzx may sound like a mythical place, but Dorene Willet promises it’s real. Formerly known as Soda Springs, it’s the spot Dorene got her start in jewelry making 15 years ago, attending a jewelry camp at […]

    Into the Depths : At Moaning Cavern Adventure Park

    March 29, 2018

    Imagine stepping underground and into a world that has never seen the light of day. That first hollow touch of cavern air, the echo engulfing your every intrepid footstep, and a low, eerie moan that crosses the walls and settles into your eardrums. This is […]

    Creating Families

    March 29, 2018

    When Richard Cardenas’ sister was having trouble with her son, he and partner Ted Hererra stepped in. Struggling in school and experiencing behavioral problems, the boy moved in with Ted and Richard. With their intervention, the nephew returned home. It was a positive outcome, except […]

    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 […]

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