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    October 16, 2018

    The Benefits of Animal Companionship for Seniors Aging comes with challenges. Depending on home life and health it can be hard for seniors to continue living a full life. Loneliness creeps in as getting out of the house and participating in events and hobbies gets […]

    Stockton Wordsmiths

    October 16, 2018

    In Honor of NaNoWriMo, A Round Up of Famous Local Novelists When the leaves turn and the morning chill lingers long past dawn, aspiring writers everywhere are firing up their laptops in honor of National Novel Writing Month, AKA, NaNoWriMo (Na-Noh-REE-Moh). The goal? To spin […]

    Hatching Progress

    October 16, 2018

    Workshop/Co-Op Aims to Invigorate Downtown Stockton For years the enormous potential of Downtown Stockton has lingered, in wait of someone with the right vision and resources to break through the glass ceiling and actualize it. Enter Phoenix and Malachi Trent. Brothers by blood and business, […]

    Lessons in Lifestyles and Fashion at Lilou of the Valley Vintage

    October 16, 2018

    Downtown Stockton is booming—or should we say blooming? Many locals once looked upon the city’s old buildings as forlorn reminders of better days. But today, the beauty in these spaces are once again celebrated, granting old walls a new lease on life. Lovers of vintage […]


    How To: Survive a Heat Game

    October 16, 2018

    Pro-Tips and Tricks The sharp chill in the air, the aroma of garlic fries, the sound of beers being drawn from their taps, and the excited murmurs of hundreds of Heat fans fill the Stockton Arena. There’s really nothing like a good hockey game to […]

    The K-9 Connection

    September 18, 2018

    When budget cuts hit our county’s police departments, K-9 units were the first to go. Today, our local police reach into their own pockets to reintroduce an essential crime-fighting element: One with a heightened sense of smell, a high drive, and a startling bark. In […]

    Women in Wine

    August 29, 2018

    The next generation of women in Lodi Wine Country take the helm They say it’s a man’s world. But, if the Lodi wine industry is any indication of workforce trends, women of the world are poised for success! Our AVA has a rich and storied […]

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    To Build a Nest

    August 20, 2018

    Manteca boutique “Nested Owl” flourishes with faith in God When God told Linda Thurman that she was going to receive a building, Linda believed. A pastor of 21 years at Praise Chapel Manteca, Linda had prayed to the Lord for 12 of those years, asking […]

    Holding on to Heritage

    August 20, 2018

    Mexican Heritage Center promotes fine art and education on latino culture It’s not often that one stumbles upon a place that serves up a healthy dose of fine art, culture, community, and a nice latte. But that’s exactly what the Mexican Heritage Center—and Terra Coffee, […]

    Beauty Buzz

    August 20, 2018

    Two must-try trending treatments What’s the buzz on the latest beauty trends?! Are you in the loop, or are you missing out? Advances in health and beauty make it easier than ever to look your best, almost effortlessly (even for us girls who can’t contour). […]

    Sacramento Street Rising

    August 20, 2018

    For decades, School Street has served as downtown Lodi’s hotspot. But, there is a renaissance happening just a block away, with new storefronts, wine tasting opportunities, and local beer to boot. Sacramento Street is rising, and the transformation has only just begun. Check out a […]

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