LODI360 Editor

Keith Colgan is the Editor of LODI360.com and owner of Keith Colgan Photography
LODI360 Editor has written 220 posts for LODI360

Ice Cream on Pine

Local artist and owner of Double Dip Gallery, Tony Segale, and the Lodi Historical Society hosted the first annual “Ice Cream on Pine” event last evening in downtown Lodi.  In addition to ice cream, the well supported event featured prize drawings, a silent auction, classic cars and live entertainment. See all photos at Keith Colgan … Continue reading

2016/2017 High School Sports Photographs

The end of the 2016/2017 season of local high school sports is fast approaching.  We’ll be adding more in the next few months, but now is a good time to review the photo galleries at Keith Colgan Photography.  The thumbnails below will give you some idea of the action we captured in high resolution.  If your … Continue reading

Lodi Winter Sports Photographs

It has been an exciting Winter season for Lodi and Tokay High … and playoff’s are still ahead.  We captured much of the enthusiasm and festivities.  If you have an athlete in your family, see if we caught him or her in action.  You may order prints or download high resolution files directly to your computer … Continue reading

Local High School Sports Photographs

It’s exciting to photograph local sports, have them published in the newspaper and make them available to parents who recognize their unique value.  This crop of photo’s, which are available at KeithColganPhotography.com for viewing and purchase (as prints and downloads), include water polo, football, and soccer. Thank you, Keith Colgan .

Kofu Japan: “We Made It Again!”

by Tatsumi Akita LODI360 Contributing Reporter in Kofu, Japan Kofu First High School (Kofu Dai-ichi Koukou in Japanese) held the Annual Exhausting Hike called “Kyoukou Ensoku” on October 3rd and 4th. 365 boy students started at the school in Kofu, Yamanashi, at 2:00 p.m. on October 3rd and headed to Komoro City, Nagano.  They are … Continue reading

Big Valley Seniors Softball League

Before last Saturday I don’t remember ever using the words “Senior” and “Softball” in the same sentence.  However, when I arrived at Lodi’s Chapman Field at 9:30 am to take photographs of the Big Valley Seniors Softball League Tournament, the first game was nearly over and two more teams of gentlemen between the ages of … Continue reading

Clements Buckaroos Junior Rodeo

The Junior Rodeo in Clements last Saturday was my second in life and first with a camera.  My mission was to get a photographic record of most events and show as many participants as possible.  Not knowing the difference between “pole bending”, “goat tying”, and “chute dogging”, I was at a distinct disadvantage. But with … Continue reading

4th Annual West Coast IMaC Competition

Radio controlled aircraft swarmed the sky over Tyler Island Saturday and Sunday for the 4th annual West Coast IMaC Competition.  Hosted by the Tokay RC Modelers of Lodi, CA, individuals from several states joined like-minded enthusiasts to compete in this two-day event open free of charge to all spectators. Track future events from the Club’s … Continue reading

Faces of July 4th at Lodi Lake

Photos tell the story as young and old stand amazed at sparklers the size of 40 story office buildings.  That was the scene at Lodi Lake on the 4th of July.  We captured locals visiting with friends, cooking, sleeping under trees, and reacting to the spectacular light show. If you were there, you may be … Continue reading

Cinderella and Seven Brides Meet at Hutchins Street Square

Within the last few weeks two theater events at Hutchins Street Square featured the outstanding talent of local producers, dancers, singers and actors.  Troupe Cabana Studio, directed by Nicole Howton, presented Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.  The Lodi Youth Ballet, under the direction of Judy Pittman, presented Cinderella. If you missed either performance and/or want … Continue reading

100th Anniversary Photographs of Lodi Japanese American Baseball League

This season’s opening game on Saturday afternoon at Zupo Field may have ended in a 10 to 0 loss to the San Francisco Hawks, but smiles prevailed among the men who play for the joy of it and honor their mentor Mauch Yamashita. Click on any thumbnail photo below or here to see a gallery … Continue reading

2015 Lodi-Tokay Athetlic Portraits

This was a good year to attend local high school athletic events. We were able to capture action images of many football, wrestling, basketball, soccer, baseball, and softball home games played at a variety of Lodi venues.  In addition, we were happy to contribute dozens of images used in this year’s Lodi Flames Yearbook.  If … Continue reading

Lodi Mile Race Results & Portraits

The 3rd Annual LODI MILE drew runners of all ages and abilities last Saturday afternoon to downtown Lodi.  LODI360 took a position at the corner of Oak and Church streets to record the faces of those who participated.  Click here for race results.  Click here or on any one of the thumbnails below to see … Continue reading

Police Officer’s Association Gift Lodi Youth

by Nathan Woods – LPOA 2nd Vice President On February 11, 2015, the Police Officer’s Association of Lodi presented two, brand new bicycles to 16 year old Juan Pulido and his 14 year old brother, Jose.  These two brothers were identified by members of the POAL after being involved in a hit and run vehicle … Continue reading

2015 Flames/Tigers Basketball Photographs

By Keith Colgan As a contributing photographer to the Lodi News~Sentinel, I enjoy the challenge of capturing the action of local high school sports.  This basketball season is offering great opportunities to witness some of Lodi’s most talented athletes. Lodi and Tokay High Schools have about a month to run before League and Division Tournaments. … Continue reading

Photographs: Tokay Tigers Victory Over Lodi Flames

Friday night’s final score of 42 to 12 may reflect Tokay’s technical dominance over Lodi, but enthusiasm on and off the football field were an even match.  Players gave their all while fans invented ways to demonstrate their support with everything from body art to copious clouds of white powder normally reserved for newborns.  By … Continue reading

Fashion Show at Millswood Middle

Mrs. Radotic, a teacher at Millswood Middle School, produced, promoted and hosted a fashion show last Tuesday evening featuring her students in an array of outfits, formal wear and costumes.  Hundreds of proud parents watched and snapped runway pictures of their children strutting their very best. Mrs. Radotic explained during introductory comments that while “fashion” … Continue reading

Who’s Really Calling Us to Lower Our PG&E Bill?

For what seems like a very long time, PG&E customers have been receiving automated calls from companies promising to lower our utility bills. You know … the ones that wait a few seconds to respond to your “hello” and ignore your requests to stop calling. This week I contacted PG&E’s customer service department to find … Continue reading

Lodi High Football & Homecoming Photos

Lodi High’s Homecoming Football game against Edison last night ended well for the Flames after the home team played catch-up with an impressive series of forth-quarter plays.  Both teams played well for their respective coaches and schools.  Photographs of enthusiastic participants, including Homecoming, are available for review by clicking on one of the thumbnails below. … Continue reading

Grape Festival 2014 Highlight Photos

Let a photographer loose at the Lodi Grape Festival and he’ll walk around with a big lens trying not to look suspicious in search of the “perfect” picture.  You know … the one that captures a moment in time for which people pay you big money and bestow great honors.  That didn’t happen last Saturday, … Continue reading

Kingdon Drags Highlight Photos

Last weekend gave Lodi residents multiple entertainment choices.  One of these choices was admittedly loud, smokey and hot, but kept you distracted with fast cars, low-flying planes and colorful chassis. Kingdon Drags hosted three days of drag racing that included a jet-powered dragster that pulled 3.5 G’s on acceleration and nearly 7 negative G’s when … Continue reading

Up, Up and Away

It’s about 7A.M., the bars closed hours ago, no aftershocks from Napa’s earthquake, and most of Lodi is sound asleep. So what explains the behavior of these rowdy adults? FIELD & FAIR DAY!!!                             This morning Lodi continued a nearly lost tradition … Continue reading

Solar Day at WOW Science Museum

by Keith Colgan A quick trip up the downtown parking lot elevator on Saturday delivered my grandson Ethan and me to a roof top of fascinating demonstrations of solar energy courtesy of Lodi’s World of Wonders Science Museum.  No electric plugs or cords could be seen at this location because everyone was “off the grid” … Continue reading

What Were You Doing 9 Days Ago?

Nine days ago on Sunday, July 27th, most people in Lodi were hiding from the 100 degree heat.  Not Misty Springmeyer. She was 1000 miles to the north in Whistler, British Columbia swimming 2.4 miles, biking 112 miles, and running 26 miles in the IRONMAN Canada competition. Last evening, “Corporal” Springmeyer, a twelve-year veteran of … Continue reading

Lodi CycleFest Photo Album

It was difficult to know who was having a better time on Saturday … the runners, the bicyclists, cheering relatives, or the photographers.  Those of us carrying heavy camera gear in the July heat may not have shown it on our faces, but we were excited to attend and document the 6th Annual CycleFest event … Continue reading

The 4th of July From Inside a Police Car

By Keith Colgan As a photojournalists who tries to see things from unique perspectives, my point view of Lodi on the 4th of July came from the inside of a police car. Officer Dominic Carillo was my driver and guide.  We were on a first name basis right away and I found his attitude about … Continue reading

2014 Taco Truck CookOff Photos

The Lodi Arts Commission was established in 1982 by the City of Lodi to promote interest in the fine and performing arts.  They partner with the entire community to provide quality programs and events that foster creative expression.  Those expressions were well represented last Saturday on Central Avenue at this year’s Taco Truck CookOff. As … Continue reading

1st Annual Junior Powder Puff Game Photos

By Keith Colgan I really didn’t know what to expect as I entered the Grape Bowl last Saturday to photograph Lodi’s 1st Annual Powder Puff Football Game featuring the Lodi Jr. Flames vs. the Tokay Jr. Tigers.  Perhaps the best way to describe the scene is to compare it with typical high school football. First, … Continue reading

Farmers Market Photos: Free Hats, Cold Treats & Healthy Food

Thursday evenings, May to September, means the “Farmers Market” in Lodi.  Scores of visitor’s at tonight’s event were treated to free hats, free samples and free rocking music.  You had to pay for the fruits and vegetables, but there was something for everyone.  Click on any of the thumbnails below to view and purchase photographs … Continue reading

Lodi High School Baseball: Up-Close & Personal

By Keith Colgan I was privileged to photograph most of Lodi’s and Tokay’s varsity home games at Zupo Field this season … along with all of Tokay’s Sac-Joaquin Section Division I South Championship games at UOP. Not having been in a high school dugout for 50 years, it was a real treat to see the … Continue reading

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