Lodi Living - Mobile

back Side Panel

Lodi Living

Soldiers wrote home to Lodi from the front in France during World War I

Soldiers wrote home to Lodi from the front in France during World War I

Posted:

Veterans Day in the U.S. honors military veterans from all branches, those who served in war and in peacetime.

Most Popular

  • Lodi Council sends letter to Bureau of Cannabis Control

    Despite the popularity of California Proposition 64, the Marijuana Legalization Initiative, which was passed in November of 2016, Lodi City Council voted in favor of requesting communication from the League of California Cities, pressing the Bureau of Cannabis Control and the newly proposed regulations.

  • Leftover turkey stuffing will freeze well for month if done right

    Leftover turkey stuffing will freeze well for month if done right

    Dear Barbara: In regard to Michael Warren’s twist on stuffing (Lodi Living cover, Nov. 20), can the cooked end product be frozen without being all stuck together or too dry? Any tips?

  • Choosing Holiday Gifts for Your Co-Workers

    Choosing Holiday Gifts for Your Co-Workers

    (StatePoint) Looking for that special holiday present for your employees or your team? Instead of regifting that impenetrable fruit cake, try giving gifts based on individual working styles.

  • Lodi Salvation Army kicks off holiday season

    Lodi Salvation Army kicks off holiday season

    Approximately 500 Lodians lined up along all four walls of the Chardonnay Hall at the Lodi Grape Festival grounds late Thursday morning, waiting patiently for a meal of turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce during the Lodi Salvation Army’s Kettle Kickoff, an annual event to mark the start of its fundraising season.

  • Mayor’s awards recognize service of three Lodians

    Lodi City Council recognizes Mark Armstrong, Pastor Glen Barnes, and Claude Brown to receive the prestigious Mayor's Community Service Award for 2018.

Sign Out

Local history groups honor veterans who served during Vietnam War era

Local history groups honor veterans who served during Vietnam War era

Posted:

On Saturday, Nov. 3, more than 80 veterans who served during the Vietnam War era were recognized for their service by the Daughters of the Ame…

Celebrate local veterans this weekend

Celebrate local veterans this weekend

Posted:

At 11 a.m. Nov. 11, American Legion Post 22 in Lodi will host their annual Veterans Day service, a one-hour program featuring a guest speaker,…

Idol Beer Works and Operation Restored Warrior come together for second annual Roc-Vemberfest

Idol Beer Works and Operation Restored Warrior come together for second annual Roc-Vemberfest

Posted:

About 12 to 20 percent of veterans from the wars in Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq — both the Gulf War and Operation Iraqi Freedom — have post-…

Jen Kirkman to serve up hilarious evening at Harlow’s

Posted:

Jen Kirkman keeps audiences cracking up all over the world as touring stand-up comedian.

Celtic harp and cello will create enchanting harmonies at St. John’s

Posted:

Cellist Eugene Friesen and harpist Maeve Gilchrist have nothing but praise for one another.

Celebrate Diwali with the Indian Association of San Joaquin County

Celebrate Diwali with the Indian Association of San Joaquin County

Posted:

Every fall, people around the world celebrate Diwali, the Hindu festival of light.

Richard Shindell brings ‘One Voice, One Mic, Two Guitars’ tour to Sacramento

Posted:

Singer, guitarist and songsmith Richard Shindell will bring his all acoustic, completely solo, North American tour to Sacramento on Nov. 4 at …

Lodi’s First Friday Art Hop gets a makeover

Posted:

The First Friday Art Hop has been a Lodi tradition for years — and this Friday, it’s getting an update.

Disney on Ice marks a century of magic

Disney on Ice marks a century of magic

Posted:

Disney on Ice is celebrating the animation company’s storied history with “100 Years of Magic,” a new ice skating spectacular that will come t…

Timaree Hagenburger: The first step of escaping the ‘Try Trap’? A healthy breakfast

Timaree Hagenburger: The first step of escaping the ‘Try Trap’? A healthy breakfast

Posted:

I have heard it many times before, from students, clients and friends: “I try to eat a good breakfast.”

All Hallows Faire brings touch of fantasy to Halloween in Sonora

All Hallows Faire brings touch of fantasy to Halloween in Sonora

Posted:

All Hallows Faire is bringing fantastical Halloween magic back to the Mother Lode Fairgrounds in Sonora, and organizers have big plans for the…

Zombie Club, WOW Science Museum plan ‘Thriller’ event

Zombie Club, WOW Science Museum plan ‘Thriller’ event

Posted:

The Zombie Walk is spreading.

Lake Tahoe home of new underwater trail

Lake Tahoe home of new underwater trail

Posted:

LAKE TAHOE — California State Parks and the Sierra State Parks Foundation are proud to debut California’s first maritime heritage underwater t…

Lodi native Sam Anderson shares Oklahoma City’s wild history in ‘Boom Town’

Lodi native Sam Anderson shares Oklahoma City’s wild history in ‘Boom Town’

Posted:

Sam Anderson is a New York writer with local roots — he grew up in the local area and graduated from Lodi High School.

Lodi author Barron Sudderth blends photos, haiku in 'love song' to Central Valley

Lodi author Barron Sudderth blends photos, haiku in 'love song' to Central Valley

Posted:

In his first offering, Lodi High teacher Barron Sudderth turns a personal challenge — write a haiku each day for a year — into a “love song” t…

Beginner’s guide to Oktoberfest

Beginner’s guide to Oktoberfest

Posted:

First Oktoberfest? Don’t worry — here’s the important info:

Put on your polka shoes — Oktoberfest returns to Lodi next weekend

Put on your polka shoes — Oktoberfest returns to Lodi next weekend

Posted:

Bratwurst and chicken schnitzel and cheese buttons galore! It’s Oktoberfest, and the Lodi-Tokay Rotary Club is ready to party, German-style — …

Galt author Durlynn Anema shows ordinary can be extraordinary

Galt author Durlynn Anema shows ordinary can be extraordinary

Posted:

In her newest book, local author Durlynn Anema shares the stories of ordinary women who, when faced with enormous challenges, overcame and tur…

Tokay students, PALS hold fundraisers for shelter pets

Posted:

Two events this weekend will benefit local dogs and cats: Tokay High School’s 2018 Fun Run, and the second annual PALS Oktoberfest.