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  • 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 […]

    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 […]

    Fashion Forward at FINA

    July 25, 2018

    There’s something soothing about FINA. The boutique in Stockton’s Lincoln Center welcomes you in with hanging racks of color-coordinated clothing, eye-catching jewelry and shoe displays, and a full jean bar on the back wall. It’s a store designed for a stress-free shopping experience (which is […]

    Students Soar with Stockton Scholars

    July 25, 2018

    Higher education is becoming increasingly difficult to access, particularly for young adults who don’t have the resources it takes to get there. College tuition is more expensive than ever, leaving graduates with detrimental amounts of debt as they attempt to enter the workforce. That’s enough […]

    The Fast and The Feminine

    June 30, 2018

    Looking at this photograph taken in 1918, one can’t help but notice two things: First, a smiling subject, as opposed to the usual stoic stare that haunts the frames of most old photographs. Second, a woman behind the wheel of a racecar. Both surprising factors […]

    At Home Mag

    Igniting the Spark

    June 30, 2018

    German aviator and religious leader Dieter F. Uchtdorf once said, “the desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul.” Yet, in adult life, we are so rarely offered the chance to create. Most jobs require us to analyze, produce, or […]

    Docked and Ready to Rock

    June 30, 2018

    With over a dozen marinas in the Stockton area, it’s not hard to find the perfect place to rest your captain’s hat between adventures down the deep water channel. Here’s our pick of the top four marinas where you can dock, dine, drink, and fully […]

    No Boat? No Problem.

    June 30, 2018

    For those who want to skip around the Delta but don’t want the hassle (and cost) of boat ownership, we’re here to tell you that you really can have the best of both worlds. Freedom Boat Club—a national organization that allows members access to their […]

    Shades of Color Paint

    June 30, 2018

    While public schools continue to phase out art classes in favor of math and science, our community’s youth are becoming less inclined to explore their own creativity. That’s why it’s so important—now, more than ever—that parents make the effort to cultivate their child’s creative spark. […]

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