How often do you read the labels of the tomato sauce or bag of tortillas you are about to put into your shopping cart?
Claudia Yost is a student of mine who not only changed the health trajectory of three generations, but she even started her own business ... all within a few months! She shares her story and some sage advice below, along a great recipe to enjoy with friends and family.
Everyone has at least one profound memory associated with growing up and eating lunch at school. Favorite items or recipes, a memorable lunch staff member or going through the lunch line are all memories that come to mind when you ask someone to reflect on their school lunch experience.
About two years ago, Lodi residents Doug and Salwa Bojack removed their lawn and reimagined their yard space. Instead of an expanse of short-trimmed grass, paths wind through California poppies, sages and other native plants. A growing valley oak offers shade.
Each spring, more than 2,000 people flock to the Lodi Grape Festival Grounds for the annual Lodi Beer Fest & State BBQ Competition.
Attention, shoppers and local artisans: Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park will play host a vibrant, high-energy and fun three-day event — Shop Traders’ Faire! — next weekend.
Paddlefest, the annual celebration of all things kayak-related, will return to Lodi Lake next week. And this year — the festival’s fifth — promises to be bigger and better than ever.
At least once every month — sometimes every week — Lana Carouba travels from Lodi to the University of San Francisco for cancer treatment.
With nearly half of Americans looking into ways to lose weight each year, an often under-utilized yet very effective tool in the weight-loss journey is all around us: community.