• Classic Design
  • Mastering Minimalism

    January 23, 2019

    Less is more. That’s the philosophy behind minimalism, an interior design and lifestyle trend that’s seen a lot of popularity in the 2000s. Looking at 2019, Nordic Minimalism will be the new style of choice for design junkies—think stress-less furniture and Scandinavian touches to highlight […]

    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 […]

    Rekindle Your Romance

    January 22, 2019

    Why You Need A Couple’s Massage This Valentine’s Day Are you feeling uninspired by the usual options for Valentine’s Day dates? Then consider a couple’s massage! You and your partner will both get to indulge in some pampering and you’ll enjoy some luxurious quality time […]

    Spinning True

    January 22, 2019

    Bicycle Repair Org “HUB” Repairs Bikes and Lives of Locals In California, we’re all about helping people who’ve fallen to get back on their feet: numerous welfare programs provide people with the food, shelter, and funds they need to re-integrate themselves into society. But Deacon […]

    Weddings

    Power of Positivity

    January 22, 2019

    Operation School Bell Provides Clothing and Comfort For many children, back to school shopping is a bittersweet experience: picking out fresh school supplies and brand-new clothes for the upcoming year can be exciting, even though it means an end to vacation. But for children who […]

    Date Night

    January 22, 2019

    5 Romantic Dinner Spots in San Joaquin County Grab your sweetie and hit the town! We’ve rounded up some of San Joaquin County’s most romantic dining locations with ambiance, food, and libations that set the scene for falling in love again and again. Midgley’s Public […]

    Carving Connection

    January 22, 2019

    Catching up With Culinary Artist Chef Duey For a living, culinary artist Chef Ray L. Duey gets to do exactly what his parents told him not to do—play with his food. Perfecting his craft for the last 42 years, the 62-year-old chef has become world-renowned […]

    One of a Kind Gifts and Goods at Lodi’s Nava and Co

    December 31, 2018

    For as long as she could remember, Letty Nava had wanted to own and operate her own shop. “It was a long-distance goal,” muses Letty. The years flew by, and as is often the case, she ended up focusing on other things. In this instance, […]

    At Home Mag

    Always Positive

    December 31, 2018

    After 20 years, CEO Andy Prokop Bids Farewell to United Way Life hasn’t always been easy for Andy Prokop—but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t blessed. As CEO of United Way of San Joaquin County for two decades, and even long before then, Andy has maintained […]

    Tracy Portrait Studio Tells Your Story Through Pictures

    December 26, 2018

    We live in the age of the photograph: the snap, the ‘gram, the selfie. Many families are content to document their family’s growth through the lens of a cellphone, but what are the chances you’re ever going to print those photos and hang them for […]

    Family Resolutions

    December 26, 2018

    New Year’s resolutions are a popular tradition, but breaking those traditions seems to be just as common as making them. Instead of going it solo, get the whole family involved and keep each other accountable! Why you should do it?Making New Year’s Resolutions is a […]

    Almond Blossom Festival

    December 26, 2018

    It’s that time of year again! Mark your calendars for Feb. 22-24 for the 57th Annual Ripon Almond Festival! The event celebrates the beautiful pink blooms that take over Ripon every February in anticipation of a bountiful harvest. Attendees can take advantage of three days […]

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