When it comes to issues of digestive health, for so many people, both men and women, it’s mum’s, or rather bums the word. If you’ve ever suffered from things like hemorrhoids, and constipation, you know how embarrassing it can be to talk about. Join us for a below the belt talk with colorectal surgeon, Jennifer McNeil, MD
Homecoming weekend will feature popular signature events including Tiger Rally: United We Roar (a combined event including Lip Sync and Midnight Mania), Taste of Pacific and the Homecoming Parade, along with a host of other events in between. With Alumni Reunions and wine tasting for adults, family activities and student events, Pacific Homecoming is truly an event for all ages.
Free event at the Faye Spanos Concert Hall, 3511 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA
Jazz musicians have often chosen to speak out about issues of race or equality as a way of drawing attention to problems in society. Our speakers will each share insights regarding specific artists that took a stand through their music or actions to address inequality.
The Bob Hope Theatre will feature two fantastic performers beginning at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 17...
50 Shades of Pink: Every Ribbon Tells a Story
Join us for the night as we raise money to fight cancer and promote general health advocacy. This gala benefit focuses on cancer awareness and the health changes that one can do to benefit their lifestyle. There will be informative segments, resources, and guest speakers from the American Cancer Society and UC Davis Nutritional Outreach Program to help achieve the awareness of our causes.
It’s that time of the year again. Halloween season is here and that means the That's Showbiz is getting ready for the big production of The Rocky Horror Show.
Join Brad and Janet as guests in Dr. Frankenfurter's lab to see what's on the slab! Our most popular show ever returns for the second year in a row, as That's Showbiz presents a new and delightfully warped take on this cult classic musical, featuring all the songs you know and love! Directed by Martin Lehman.
On Thursday, October 22, Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services will host its 2nd Annual “Night of Remembrance,” a vigil in memory of those who have been murdered in acts of domestic violence in San Joaquin County. The vigil will be held at Women’s Center-YFS’ main office from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and will be free and open to the public.
The award-winning St. Mary's Theatre's upcoming comedy, MY SISTER EILEEN, opens on Saturday, October 3, 2015 and plays 6 shows through October 11.