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  • Every Child in Need: CASA Aids Foster Youth

    There’s a common theme amongst children dependent on the San Joaquin County justice system—they feel unwanted. In foster care or living at home in conditions no child should endure, these children have no voice and they aren’t getting the care they need to thrive. In […]

    Solved In Sixty Minutes: A Peek Into Stockton Escape

    The clock is ticking, and your mind is reeling. You have sixty minutes. That’s it. Sixty minutes to solve the many puzzles spread throughout a singular space encompassing not only yourself but up to nine other people. Friends? Family? Coworkers? It doesn’t matter where your […]

    Let the Bodies Hit the Floor

    In March, the girls in black and green will hit the rink for their 12th season. They may look sweet as they line up wearing red lipstick, but once the whistle blows, mouth guards go in and hips are checked. Games are broken up into […]

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    Feminine Philanthropy

    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 […]

    Goodstock Makes Good

    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 […]

    Celebrate Spring at Sassy Pants Boutique

    Flitting down the streets of Stockton’s bustling Lincoln Center, popping in and out of local shops, is an experience Angela Scannavino Karp had often growing up in the portside town. Her love of fashion and her hometown of Stockton inspired a dream early in life […]

    Ice Skater Landed

    Ice Skating is in their blood Evan Mullins’ foray into figure skating started late. At 11 ½, most skaters already have a few competitions under their belt. But it wasn’t until a pair of men’s figure skates in his size just happened to be donated […]

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    Tiny Slivers of Sparkly Glass

    Local mosaic creator takes her talents full-time. For years, Kristi Halva’s glass mosaics were confined to a makeshift studio in a corner of her garage. And the time she spent there was constricted to the hours of 9 PM and midnight, after she put her kids to bed. […]

    Play Ball!

    Overdose on America’s Favorite Past Time at Spring Training in Arizona.  For baseball lovers, spring training is nothing short of a dream come true. Over the course of six weeks hundreds of games are played by every Major League Baseball team in existence in just […]

    The Vibe

    Promoting artists of all passions. Sparks flew when Andrea ‘Kitten’ Perry and Brandon ‘Tiger Owndabea’ Wiggins met—igniting a flame that fiercely burns in hopes to set fire to a rebirth of art and culture in the Stockton community.  “It’s like we auditioned for each other,” […]

    Let’s Get Digital

    Haggin Museum debuts renovations and exhibits A prominent fixture in Stockton since the early 1930s, the Haggin Museum is home to the artwork of Albert Bierstadt, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and 20th-century illustrator J.C. Leyendecker. But while the exhibits themselves are timeless, the museum itself needed a […]

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