STOCKTON - Chris Brubeck opens the Stockton Symphony's Classics season with a Mini-Brubeck Festival on Thursday, Oct. 11, and Saturday, Oct. 13.
LODI - Delta College's 3rd Annual Veterans Muddy Maul & Crawl, takes place on Saturday, Oct. 6, at 8:30 a.m., at Jessie's Grove Winery, 1973 W. Turner Road in Lodi.
The 28th annual Manteca Pumpkin Fair is seeking entrants for three contests - baking/cooking with pumpkin, pumpkin carving and making a scarecrow.
When Turlocker Tommy Tickenoff decided to start his own business, he combined his love of sports and his knowledge of nutrition to create a power snack for athletes.
MODESTO - The Modesto Junior College Dance Department will offer their annual "Jam 'n Jive" Jazz dance concert on Sept. 26, 27, 28, & 29 at 7:30 p.m. and on Sept. 30 at 2 p.m. in the auditorium of the Performing and Media Arts Center on the East Campus.
MODESTO - The Gallo Center for the Arts and Modesto Area Partners in Science (MAPS) is partnering to present "Manya: A Living History of Marie Curie" to serve as a fundraiser for Modesto Junior College's Great Valley Museum Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. Susan Marie Frontczak will portray Marie Curie, the first winner of two Nobel Prizes. The show will transcend the theme of science and touch on issues of politics, feminism, and history.
STOCKTON - Legendary rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd joins the Dobbie Brothers in concert on Friday, Oct. 5, at the Stockton Arena.
STOCKTON - "The Magic is Back!" at the San Joaquin County Fair to be held Sept. 20-30.
MODESTO – At any given time more than 100 trucks are crisscrossing Northern California on their way back to the Blue Diamond processing facility in Modesto.
Although classes started only a few short weeks ago, California State University, Stanislaus students have already found the perfect places to hang out - some for relaxation and socialization, and others to get a jump on their studies.
STOCKTON – Students may come and go.
STOCKTON - Alexander Lacey is the big cat among the big cats.
MURPHYS - The Ironstone Concours d'Elegance takes place each year on the last Saturday of September. It's held at the Ironstone Vineyards, just outside the historic Gold Rush town of Murphys, California.
SONORA - Sierra Repertory Theatre will open its 2013 season with the biographical musical BUDDY: The Buddy Holly Story. With nine shows in all, the recently announced 2013 season will also include a summer performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, a fall performance of the comedic play Harvey, and a special Christmas run of It's a Wonderful Life: The Radio Play, which will close the season. Season tickets are now on sale, and general admission tickets go on sale to the public October 1.
Although Nutcher Milk Company only made its first appearance at the Turlock Certified Farmers Market last week, Rick Nutcher reported that his family's idea to build their own creamery and bottle their own milk was years in the making.
Usually when there is an aggregation of cars in one area, it means traffic.
The first of the Friday night 'Pre-Cruise' events has been staged in Escalon, adjacent to Hula's Restaurant on Jackson Avenue, and they will continue throughout the summer. They are a popular weekly 'lead in' to the annual downtown Autumn Cruise the Escalon Lions Club hosts each September.
COLUMBIA - Barbershop quartets, Fourth of July celebrations, ice cream socials and marching bands find a home at Columbia State Park's Fallon House Theatre when Sierra Repertory Theatre presents The Music Man, June 26 – August 16.
SONORA - Fast-moving comedy comes to the East Sonora stage through June 28 in Sierra Repertory Theatre's Unnecessary Farce.
LODI - Cruise Night is back at A&W Root Beer of Lodi.
The coolest spot in the Manteca-Ripon area without the aid of air conditioning can be found along the Stanislaus River in one of the few remaining stands of riparian woodland in the Central Valley.
Buckley Cove is one of those tucked away places in the 209.
ESCALON – I used to tell my parents when I was leaving to head out to the river with my friends.
Lodi Lake has something for practically everyone.
A delicate blanket of "cotton" from falling seed pods coated the narrow path amid oaks, cottonwoods, and undergrowth.
Since the beginning to the month, Pixie Woods Amusement Park has re-opened for the new season.
Kids looking for the perfect way to spend their summer in Turlock will not have to look further than city limits.
School is out for the summer.
My memories of Micke Grove Regional Park are unforgettable.