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Archive for March, 2012

A Green Fest Returns on Saint Patrick’s Day

| March 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
A Green Fest Returns on Saint Patrick’s Day

shamROCK is back for the 17th year and since lucky number 17falls on a Saturday this year, shamROCK is opening its doors early to welcome over 20,000 Irish revelers into the streets of the Gaslamp Quarter. The 17th Annual shamROCK 2012, presented by Jameson Irish Whiskey and The Field, will take place on St. Patrick’s […]

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Creating a Bungalow Garden

| March 1, 2012 | 1 Comment
Creating a Bungalow Garden

John Beaudry spoke about the Craftsman Bungalow and its complementing garden at the January Mission Hills Garden Club meeting.  Beaudry began with an explanation of what the Arts and Crafts Movement was before segueing into the bungalow and garden. The Arts and Crafts Movement grew from a rebellion against the mechanization of the Industrial Revolution.  […]

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Seventeen San Diegans Earn Local Heroes Awards

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Seventeen San Diegans Earn Local Heroes Awards

As part of its ongoing commitment to cultural diversity and responsible banking, Union Bank, N.A., partnered with KPBS to honor 17 local individuals who are making a difference to enrich the lives of others.  The honorees were announced as part of the 2011 Cultural Diversity Partnership, which recognizes and pays tribute to local heroes from […]

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MomsMakingSixFigures.com

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MomsMakingSixFigures.com

Have you ever seen MomsMakingSixFigures and wondered, what do they do?  They are a group of women from various professional backgrounds that have partnered with a U.S. based manufacturer.  They don’t sell anything and are not your traditional “home based business.”  They start by educating.  They would love to educate you on their business and […]

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School for Homeless Children Is Expanding

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School for Homeless Children Is Expanding

A  celebration took place this past month  to showcase the new Monarch School campus at 1625 Newton Avenue, just south of Petco Park. The current site will be undergoing a massive remodel to become a state-of-the-art school serving homeless youth. The community has supported a long campaign to find the best site for the school […]

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