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What makes today’s Lodi wines special?

What makes today’s Lodi wines special?

Four reasons why Lodi wines are so special: !ZaZin and REDS winemakers Ray Kaufmann and Patrick Campbell (left & center), Klinker Brick owner/grower Steve Felten, and ancient, gnarly 109-year old Rauser Vineyard Carignan vine

What makes Lodi wines special?

Just ten, fifteen years ago, the stock image of Lodi was as a place where

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Combining the Best of East & West in the Art & Science of Healing
For All Your Septic Needs!

Chamber honors memory of Stockton Artist Antonio DeZuniga

Chamber honors memory of Stockton Artist Antonio DeZuniga

Nearly 100 people attended the Asian-American Chamber of Commerce mixer Sept. 25 at the Red Orchids restaurant in downtown Stockton. But it was much more than a monthly mixer. Red Orchids is home to the Antonio DeZuniga Tribute Gallery and features some of his most well-remembered artwork. There was an emotional ribbon-cutting ceremony with Zuniga's family members, including his widow and daughter.

Horton Gallery: Art & Social Change, Oct. 9

Horton Gallery: Art & Social Change, Oct. 9

Delta College L.H. Horton Gallery Presents:

Art & Social Change
October 9 - November 6

CCBVI'S Annual Holiday Boutique October 7 to 9

CCBVI'S Annual Holiday Boutique October 7 to 9

Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CCBVI), Stockton, is having its annual holiday boutique event today through Thursday, Oct. 9.  

Kick off your holiday shopping at CCBVI's Annual Holiday Boutique! From fall festivities to Christmas gifts-we have you covered! See what our clients have been creating, browse a variety of handmade, new and gently-used merchandise, find unique items and some unbelievable deals. Get your own table for just $5 and join in the fun!

Spots are limited; to reserve your table ($5 for 1-3 days) please contact Jennifer Boylan at (209) 466-3836, Ext. 210 or email jenniferb@communitycenterfortheblind.org for more information

 

 

Community Sponsors

Combining the Best of East & West in the Art & Science of Healing
For All Your Septic Needs!

CAL WATER LAUNCHES CUSTOMER HARDSHIP GRANT PROGRAM

CAL WATER LAUNCHES CUSTOMER HARDSHIP GRANT PROGRAM

Eligible Customers Can Receive Grants of Up to $200 per Year to Offset Water Bills California Water Service Group's (NYSE: CWT) largest subsidiary, California Water Service Company (Cal Water), has launched a new grant program to assist customers facing unique hardships. Through the Cal Water Cares Grant Program, eligible customers can receive a grant of up to $200 to assist in paying their water utility bill. Customers may apply for a new grant once every 12 months.

The Cal Water Cares grant program is being funded by Cal Water's shareholders, who are contributing $100,000 to eligible customers in 2014. The program is administered by Dollar Energy Fund, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and one of the largest hardship funds in the United States. Cal Water will partner with local community-based organizations to assist customers in applying for grants.

A Little Help From Our Friends

A Little Help From Our Friends

 

We all need a little help from our friends.  The arts are no exception.  The arts give us so much – ways to express ourselves, beauty, activities to enjoy.  It is time to give back to the arts.

How you can help –

Keep your eyes and ears open for the arts in Stockton and attend when you can. Stockton is full of art events every week.  Think Stockton first. Visitstockton.org has the best events calendar I know.  You can also read the Stockton Record and walk the Miracle Mile to see the latest event posters in store windows.  The arts need an audience of people, like you, to appreciate them and keep them strong. 

If you want to do more and have the time, volunteer.  Volunteers are always needed at art events because nothing happens alone.  More hands make lighter work.