Get ready for some fun this Memorial Day Weekend at the Old Sacramento Waterfront during Waterfront Days.
Unseasonably wet weather isn’t going to stop the Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians from holding their annual Chaw’se Day Celebration — though it is moving indoors.
How often do you read the labels of the tomato sauce or bag of tortillas you are about to put into your shopping cart?
Following the loss of trumpeter and assistant conductor Jerry Schwartz, the Valley Community Orchestra of San Joaquin will dedicate its spring concert to him.
On Saturday, lions will jump and spin as cymbals crash. Folklorico dancers’ feet will kick and their skirts will swirl. Breakdancers will spin and flip to the cheers of the audience.
Every year, the Lodi Community Concert Association hosts a series of performances for the community to enjoy. Musicians from all over the United States, and sometimes from other parts of the world, visit Hutchins Street Square to bring incredible music to Lodi fans.
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.