New running group takes a bite out of fitness

There is a special group of sharks that have built a reputation for moving on land, and if you’re scratching your head about who they are, better move that arm on top of your head and make it a fin. The group is the Lodi […]

Vote Best of San Joaquin 2021 Ballot

BEST of SJMAG. VOTING STARTS NOW Best of San Joaquin Ballot Rules: 1) Please limit your votes to county-based businesses 2) Please fill out at least 25 categories 3) Automatically be entered in our DINNER-ON-US Giveaway! 10 Lucky Winners $50 Restaurant Gift Cards 4) Votes […]

Downtown Drinks and Dishes

Downtown Tracy has undergone a transformation in the last half a decade, growing from a sleepy suburb that closed by 6 PM to the vibrant gathering place that it is now. From bistro pubs to breweries and gourmet groceries, we’ve got the places you can’t […]

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ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT Get Our Best-of-the-Best Edition Delivered Right to Your Door Step. We can’t wait to share our readers have voted as their top picks. We’re giddy to showcase over 500 winners in over 175 categories along with untapped local gems that make San Joaquin […]

SJ Health Magazine 2019

  Proudly Celebrating 16 years. San Joaquin Magazine is the region’s most elegant and comprehensive lifestyle magazine of the area. In print and online, this sophisticated monthly lifestyle publication continuously provides readers with the most exclusive information on living in San Joaquin. The award-winning magazine […]

5 Ways to School Kids on Sustainability

Sustainability can be a complicated concept for little ones to grasp-but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. In honor of Earth Day, this month we’re giving you five tips for teaching your kids how to live a sustainable lifestyle-after all, it’s their generation that will inherit […]

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Find Adventure in the Great Outdoors

Durham Ferry’s NEW Summer Camp New camp alert! For years, children have explored the Durham Ferry Outdoor Education Center in Manteca on classroom field trips, offering an opportunity to get outdoors and explore the Delta’s ecosystem. This year marks the first time that SJCOE has […]

Feeling Hygge

The Danish Parenting Concept Taking the Nation by Storm You’ve likely heard the term before even if the definition was unclear. That’s because hygge—a Danish word without a direct English translation—is a little hard to describe. But we’re going to try. Hygge (pronounced “hoo-ga”) means […]

Raising a Daredevil

At two years old my youngest niece stood on top of a high table and announced loudly, “I’m going to jump!” At the park, my son climbs on the outside of the high drawbridge instead of inside of it. I’ve seen other parents cringe in […]

Breakfast for a Busy Morning

It’s easy for a morning to get hectic. Between searching for lost tennis shoes, arguing about proper hygiene, and refereeing hallway quarrels, the rush to get off to school can leave parents feeling harried at best. I’m sure we’ve all once pushed a small human […]

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