Archive for July, 2012

Herbs for Metabolic Syndrome

| July 31, 2012 | 0 Comments
Herbs for Metabolic Syndrome

Metabolic syndrome is the name being given to a variety of familiar symptom clusters. One of the primary symptoms is becoming overweight and especially with “belly fat.” Other symptoms include insulin resistance (over production of insulin and poorly controlled blood sugar), inflammation (joint and muscle pain), digestive problems (cramps, gas, burping, constipation/diarrhea), hormonal imbalances (water […]

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What Now? Vinole’s Horn: It’s A Blast!

| July 31, 2012 | 3 Comments
What Now? Vinole’s Horn: It’s A Blast!

Rey Vinole, master trumpet player and teacher, taught dozens of San Diego musicians as he launched and led the Mission Bay High School Jazz Band for 26 years. To his credit, it’s still going strong under the direction of Jean Paul Balmat, the school’s music director, and one of Vinole’s former students. Vinole’s a man […]

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LANDMARK THEATRES

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LANDMARK THEATRES

The Well-Digger’s Daughter Daniel Auteuil (star of Claude Berri’s adaptations of Marcel Pagnol’s Jean de Florette and Manon of the Spring) makes his directorial debut with this affectionate remake of a Pagnol classic. The sun-soaked melodrama stars Auteuil as Pascal Amoretti, a hard-working well-digger who is raising six girls on his own, after the death […]

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Old Globe

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Old Globe

“As You Like It,” by William Shakespeare, is directed by A drian Noble and runs through September 30 at the Lowell Davies Festival Theatre. Flirtation, friendship and mistaken identity make for one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies. Rosalind escapes into the forest and adopts the persona of a man to get close to her beloved […]

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San Diego Civic Theatre

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San Diego Civic Theatre

The critically acclaimed production of “La Cage Aux Folles,” starring George Hamilton and Christopher Sieber, will play at the San Diego Civic Theater, located at 3rd and B Street, in downtown San Diego, August 7-12, 2012. Tickets are on sale now and as part of Broadway/ San Diego’s 2012-2013 35th Anniversary Season Package. “at the […]

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Balancing San Diego’s Budget to Restore Services

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Balancing San Diego’s Budget to Restore Services

  by Council President Pro Tem Kevin L. Faulconer San Diego is beginning to restore neighborhood services, better protect our beaches and bays, reinvest in public safety and guard San Diego’s tax dollars by strengthening financial safeguards. I recently voted for a balanced budget that delivers these results without unrealistic assumptions or accounting gimmicks. The […]

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The Whole Ensemble on Fashion Week San Diego

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The Whole Ensemble on Fashion Week San Diego

An Interview with Allison Andrews By Aubree Lynn www.stylishlyals.weebly.com Walking up with her cute fedora hat, peep toe wedges and cuffed shorts, a hue of red on her lips and a personality as big as the hug she gave me Allison Andrews was ready for her interview. Not only is Andrews a resident of Mission […]

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Ann Taylor Opens New Concept Store at Fashion Valley

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Ann Taylor Opens New Concept Store at Fashion Valley

Ann Taylor, which dates back to 1954, opened a new concept store at Fashion Valley in San Diego on Friday, July 13, 2012. Ann Taylor has other concept stores throughout California in South Coast Plaza, Stanford Shopping Center, Manhattan Village, Stonestown Galleria Mall, and Arden Fair. “The new Ann Taylor is chic and stylish with […]

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Twainfest Expands In Old Town San Diego

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Twainfest Expands In Old Town San Diego

TwainFest is a free and family-friendly festival celebrating the writing of Mark Twain and his contemporaries. The event is produced by Write Out Loud in partnership with Fiesta de Reyes and the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. TwainFest runs from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 18, in Old Town San Diego […]

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Two Days and Three Nights of Magical Lights and Entertainment

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Two Days and Three Nights of Magical Lights and Entertainment

The Little Saigon Foundation (a local non-profit), and the community of City Heights are proud to announce the 4th annual Lantern Festival that will take place from 5 to 11 p.m., Friday, August 17 and10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, August 18 and 19 at Hoover High School at 4474 El Cajon Boulevard. […]

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