People

Spring 2017

Stockton’s Homeless Blues

Underneath Interstate 5 near downtown Stockton, a homeless population creates a community in an attempt to find refuge, safety and comfort. Their stories are all different. Their lives not much different than ours. By Killian Barnhart and Mikael Honzell


A passion for caring

Foster care is intended to provide temporary, safe living arrangements and therapeutic services for children who can’t remain safely at home due to maltreatment, or whose parents are unable to provide adequate care. By Daniel Sophus


In the Shoes of a Car Crew

Regulatorz Crew is a family of car enthusiast and car lovers. To be part of the crew is to love cars, and one must absolutely love cars to join the crew. By Pym Corpuz


Fall 2016

Growing success

Meet Marlene Hepner a teacher at Merrill F. West High School in Tracy. In addition to teaching, Hepner is one of the advisors for the school’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) program and runs a flower shop in her classroom. By Chanelle Muerong


Etched in skin

Tattoos, and the meanings behind them, are as varied as the growing number of people who choose to get them. For some people it can be as simple as getting what they think will look nice. For others it has to be something more personal. By Austin Nordyke


Fall 2015

Quilter’s quest

Mass produced blankets are available everywhere, but nothing replaces the warmth of a quilt made at home.


Summer 2015

Planting for the future

A look at a fruit stand that sells fresh-picked strawberries, in addition to others fruits and vegetables, daily in North Stockton.