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  • A Mighty Matriarch

    Beth Lambdin just radiates this intense energy. I felt it the moment she sat down for our interview—opting for the seat next to me, instead of the typical one across the table. She looked right into my eyes and asked questions about my life. “In […]

    Honoring Service with Every Stitch

    “If you tell them that you want to honor them they’ll say they don’t deserve it, that they don’t want it, that they don’t need it,” explains Gail Belmont. “But—as a surprise gesture—the quilt and all it represents brings recipients to tears. You’d be shocked […]

    War Comes Home

    The struggles of war throughout history have been told from just about every angle and perspective. Arguably the most compelling perspective is that of the soldiers’ and their families. The San Joaquin County Historical Museum in Micke Grove Regional Park is hosting a rare and […]

    Facial Festitivies

    From the minute that turkey hits the table the holidays hit you full force–before you know it your in-laws will be knocking on your door laden with gifts. This time of year can seem like a never-ending whirlwind of office parties, family gatherings, and desperate […]

    SJ City Guide

    Young Stocktonian Ignites Hope

    Once a foster youth, Xavier Mountain is now pursuing his Master of Social Work at University Southern California. Since attending Lincoln High School in Stockton, he went on to become an alumnus of University of the Pacific. His goal is to attend law school at […]

    Friendsgiving

    I don’t know about you, but there’s something about this time of year that draws me closer to family and friends. Maybe it’s my love of Thanksgiving, the one holiday that isn’t associated with gifts, costumes, or heart-shaped chocolates! It’s about taking the time to […]

    From Pen to Picturesque

    In honor of  Stockton Arts Week, we reached out to one of our favorite 209 creators, Shelley Castillo, for a brief interview on her incredible work.           In honor of Stockton Arts Week, we reached out to one of our favorite […]

    The Heat is On

    The Stockton Heat Preps for the Upcoming Season While locals are indulging in fall favorites like PSL, haunted houses, and pumpkin patches, the Stockton Heat is gearing up for another season. With the first game kicking off in Stockton on October 6, the team and […]

    At Home Mag

    The Life of a Guide Dog

    San Joaquin County’s Elite Canines Have you ever seen a puppy in a green-colored vest walking through Weberstown mall? Your immediate reaction is likely devastation, knowing you aren’t allowed to touch the fluffy pooch, a guide dog puppy in training. But have you ever wondered […]

    San Joaquin Tamale Festival Oct 14-15

    The Third Annual San Joaquin Tamale Festival In mid-October, tamales and tamale lovers will unite at the third annual San Joaquin Tamale Festival at the San Joaquin Fairgrounds. This year, attendees can look forward to live music, including rock, reggae, and Mexican regional music, a […]

    Dining in the Dark

    San Joaquin Steps Into The Shoes Of Its Blind Community It’s a quarter past nine and the power goes out. Your phone light isn’t much use and you’ve burned all your candles down, for fashion, not function. Instinctively, you recall where your furniture is as […]

    Talking to Spirits

    Theresa Caputo Live! The Experience A mom, wife, NY Times Bestselling author, and a woman who talks to the dead? Theresa Caputo is coming to Stockton on Friday, October 13th! When she first discovered her gift, Theresa knew she wanted to use it to help […]

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