• Alter Hair Care
  • 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 […]

    Financing Freedom

    You’ve spent your whole life working hard and now you’re looking forward to enjoying your retirement. But it can be hard to enjoy the prospect of nearly two decades without work if you, like so many Americans, are worried about the state of your finances. […]

    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 […]

    Parents Magazine

    A Community for All

    For 20 years Lisa Sughayar has run the inclusion program at Boys & Girls Clubs of Tracy, a program aimed at bringing quality after school enrichment activities and sports leagues to children with both physical and cognitive disabilities. The goal is to create a space […]

    Learn to Ski & Ride

    January is Learn to Ski & Ride month in Tahoe—thirty-one days dedicated to encouraging newbies to take to the slopes, free of intimidation. Resorts will be offering special packages throughout the month to coax new riders out on the mountain including equipment rentals and lessons. […]

    Stockton’s Music Man

    Geovanie Brooks, 29, is ten years into his music career. Ever since a friend convinced him to take a guitar class at Delta Community College, Geo hasn’t put one down. Learning to play guitar fed a desire he’d always had, one that led him to […]

    Super Commuter

    Twenty-six hours. That’s how long Sheila James spends commuting to and from work each week, earning her the designation of super-commuter. But the 65-year-old public health advisor at the US Department of Health and Human Services isn’t complaining about the long hours, instead she is […]

    Parents Magazine

    Get Cozy!

    Keep yourself warm this winter with a cozy blanket from C.R. Porter. The faux fur throws come in a variety of prints making it easy to match your décor. Not only will it keep your toes warm, this piece will look spectacular with your seasonal […]

    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 […]

    Holiday 101

    What’s worse than a Christmas tree that doesn’t keep until Christmas Day? For those that like to celebrate the season as long as possible by getting their tree early, the biggest struggle is often making sure the tree doesn’t dry out before the grand finale. […]

    1 2 3 31