• Alter Hair Care
  • Golden Bear Ranches

    July 30, 2019

    A tale of football and farming John Gibson, owner and farmer of Golden Bear Ranches in Lodi, has long harbored a love for agriculture. While attending Cal Berkeley to play football, he was also working toward a degree in agricultural history. After a career-ending injury, […]

    How To Train Your Dog

    July 30, 2019

    Choosing a new best friend is a big step for anyone. You need compatibility, shared interests, and specific characteristics to be a true match. And once you’ve brought a new dog home—whether it’s a puppy or an older dog—you might find it takes some time […]

    Pups with a Purpose

    July 30, 2019

    The therapy dog program at St. Joseph’s Hospital spreads joy to patients in need The motto for St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Stockton is Hello Human Kindness, but the truth is, it’s not just humans spreading kindness—the facility gets a little help from their four-legged […]

    Gardening and Giving Back

    July 30, 2019

    Pacific Robb Garden Take a stroll across the University of Pacific’s breathtaking Stockton campus and you just might spot the enchanting Ted & Chris Robb Garden. Step inside the beckoning gates to this picturesque oasis where visitors come for inspiration, education, and retreat for students, […]

    On the Town

    Family Hurdles

    July 30, 2019

    Brothers at St. Mary’s High School Win State Jamar Marshall, 17, and his brother Jadyn, 15, have been collecting track and field titles across the country for years now. With countless accolades under their belts—including Jamar’s recent state record-breaking 110m high hurdles run at the […]

    Adventuring with Man’s Best Friend

    July 30, 2019

    If your best friend has four legs and is furry, you may get turned away at the doors to some local hotspots, a hard pill to swallow for you and Fido. Lucky for those living in San Joaquin County, for every place that says no […]

    Wall to Wall

    July 30, 2019

    Make Boring Walls Pop Drab walls? Ugh, no. There is nothing worse than a home with white-white walls in every room. Trade in those boring canvases for something that pops! New technology makes changing out wall colors and design easier than ever so you’re not […]

    Explore Highway 1

    July 30, 2019

    A Central Coast Getaway Iconic Highway 1 is a gold mine for those looking to merge the beauty of the outdoors with the finer things in life. Set on California’s Central Coast, the Highway 1 Discovery Route winds through ten artisan communities. In a long […]

    On the Town

    Fearless Advocate The Queen of all Things San Joaquin

    July 1, 2019

    If you’ve ever had the distinct pleasure of meeting Heather Brent, you know she is a force to be reckoned with. The former broadcast journalist turned public relations practitioner is a fireball of energy and exudes a passion for all things San Joaquin. Between her […]

    The Last Straw

    July 1, 2019

    In San Joaquin County, we haven’t experienced a ban on plastic straws yet, but there is a movement geared toward paring down our use, or stopping it all together. That’s because 500 million straws are tossed out daily in the United States. That creates a […]

    Backyard Farming

    July 1, 2019

    The urban chicken-farming trend flies into SJ County A surprising number of San Joaquin families are welcoming a new kind of pet to their homes—chickens. Once reserved for farms, the feathered friends are now taking up residence in residential backyards in a trend known as […]

    In Case of Emergency

    July 1, 2019

    Summer hits and our habits change. From warmer weather to spending more time outdoors, there is a lot to love about these months in San Joaquin County. However, there are some risks that come with these hot weather behaviors. Keep this list close so you […]

    1 2 3 28