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The Chris Robinson Brotherhood to perform in Stockton June 27

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood to perform in Stockton June 27

STOCKTON - The Chris Robinson Brotherhood will be in Stockton on Monday, June 27, to play a gig at the Stockton Empire Theatre, located at 1825 Pacific Avenue. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. and tickets cost $20 for general admission.

Led by singer Chris Robinson, The Brotherhood features Robinson, Neal Casal on guitar, Adam MacDougall on keys, George Sluppick on drums and Mark "Muddy" Dutton on bass.

According to Robinson, "We'll be playing a bunch of new songs I have been working on and will be digging deep into what is happening at that musical moment. There will be old stuff that I've done and a handful of covers that just feel right. Please come with your good vibes, feel free to trip along with the bouncing ball or just float away. Remember we all want great gigs!"

To purchase tickets online visit www.qproductionsco.com, or by phone call 800-514-3849.

Register now for News10's free Blog U 2.0 June 20

Register now for News10's free Blog U 2.0 June 20

Register now for News10's free Blog U 2.0 session at News10 on Monday, June 20.

The event will take place from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. in the News10 studio at 400 Broadway in Sacramento.

ROAD CLOSURE: State Route 12 from I-5 in San Joaquin County to SR-160

ROAD CLOSURE: State Route 12 from I-5 in San Joaquin County to SR-160

State Route 12 (SR-12) from Interstate 5 (I-5) in San Joaquin County to SR-160 in Sacramento County will be closed next week.

Detours will be posted.  Motorists should consider I-80 and I-5 as alternate routes and should allow additional travel time due to the detour.  The signed detour for the area will be SR-160 north to Walnut Grove Road, then to I-5 (a 30-mile/45-minute detour).

Current truck restrictions apply.  CA LEGAL with kingpin to rear axle less than 30 feet are OK on SR-160.  Trucks are discouraged from using this detour route.  Trucks are encouraged to use I-5 and I-80 as an alternate route. 

No through traffic will be allowed through the area, however access to local residents, businesses, and emergency services will be allowed.

 WHAT:           Full road closure for road maintenance 


Stockton Energy Challenge looking for homeowners

STOCKTON, CA - The Stockton Energy Challenge continues to look for residents of a particular neighborhood who want to learn more about energy efficient homes and how to cut energy costs.

The effort is being sponsored by the State of California, PG&E, and local contractors like Green Home Solutions of Stockton.

Homeowners in Lincoln Village West, of Stockton, are being targeted in the campaign to get older homes more energy efficient.

"You're looking at attic insulation, duct sealing, air sealing," Green Home Solutions' Stephanie Rodriguez said. "Sometimes people need new heating and air units, because they're older."

Twenty-eight homeowners have signed on to the project so far, with future workshops scheduled to educate people who need more information.  

Stockton Chamber launches 'Try It Local' discount program

Stockton Chamber launches 'Try It Local' discount program

STOCKTON - The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce launched a new program called Try It Local, an electronic discount program featuring local retailers, restaurants, service providers and more. New deals are offered once a week at a deep discount of 40-90 percent off regular price (i.e., $20 of food and drink at a restaurant for $10). The offers are delivered to Try It Local subscribers via email, social media, and TryItLocal.com. There is no cost to sign up for Try It Local – visit www.tryitlocal.com/Stockton to receive deal alerts. There is also no cost for companies to offer a deal; businesses interested being featured can visit www.TryItLocal.com for details.

“Try It Local is an exciting way for citizens to explore new businesses and experiences in Stockton, while at the same time supporting the local economy and area companies,” said Douglass W. Wilhoit, Jr., CEO.

Keeping it real with Alejandro Reyes

Last night I drove to Stockton to co-host our News10 Blog U event. It was small event of about 20 people but all were aspiring bloggers who were full of passion, energy and great ideas.

There was Manuel who was thinking of doing a DUI electrician blog, Anthony who plans of unveiling his street fashion blog soon, Kyle who writes the http://www.TheGirlKyle.com, Kamica who owns Baby Cakes & Co… and so on. Each person had a unique story – and you know I love hearing about stories and dreams.

But the person who pulled it all together was Alejandro Reyes.

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News10 hosts 'Blogging 101' workshop in Stockton

News10 hosts 'Blogging 101' workshop in Stockton

STOCKTON - A group of eager bloggers, small business professionals and folks looking to learn, walked away from News10's "Blogging 101: Setting up a successful blog" workshop Tuesday night, with handy tips and tools to take their blog to the next level! The free event featured Sacramento social media guru Alejandro Reyes, who shared his passion of blogging, story of success and "tried and true" advice.

The group of about 20 gathered at the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce for the evening, with pen and pad in hand. Reyes touched on numerous points but emphasized why a blog is unique when compared to other social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.