Almost 50 years ago, 650 million people around the world gathered around their television sets and watched, breathless, as Apollo 11 touched down and astronaut Neil Armstrong took a giant leap for all mankind.
SummerFest is back, and the food and wine-focused fundraiser is once again collecting donations for a good cause: Catching cancer early — and hopefully treating it successfully before it spreads.
On a recent morning, Janice Walth took a brisk walk around her neighborhood in Lodi. It’s something that the world-class archer often does on days she’s not training.
Good health isn’t just about eating right and exercising and staying on top of your annual check ups. Good health is also about being happy.
Start singing one of ABBA’s hits — “Dancing Queen,” “Take a Chance on Me,” “Waterloo,” “Mamma Mia” — and chances are anyone nearby will join in.
One Sunday evening every summer, members of the Buddhist Church of Lodi dress in traditional clothing and gather outside of the church building. They dip and raise fans high, sway and slowly turn as they gracefully dance in a large circle — the Obon Odori.
While the genesis of this article came from a podcast episode that I recorded recently — I have my own podcast, “Office Hours with The Nutrition Professor,” if you weren’t already aware — this month’s recipe was inspired by an unexpected guest from Thailand who was craving vegetables!