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Archive for October, 2012

Taste of Mission Hills Debut’s 10.16.2012

| October 15, 2012 | 0 Comments
Taste of Mission Hills Debut’s 10.16.2012

  Tuesday, October 16, 2012 5-9pm Tickets go on sale Friday Sept, 28th! San Diego, CA- Restaurants in Mission Hills will be featured and host the first annual “Taste of Mission Hills” on Tuesday, October 16th from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Experience an evening in Mission Hills while sampling Tastes from around the globe. Council President […]

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Point Loma High School Kicks Off 2012 Football Season

| October 10, 2012 | 0 Comments
Point Loma High School Kicks Off 2012 Football Season

Dedicates New Turf Field and Weight Room Point Loma High School invited students, parents, staff and community members to kick off its 2012 football season and to celebrate the completion of its new synthetic turf football field and new weight room on Saturday, Sept 1. Board President John Lee Evans, Board Vice President Scott Barnett […]

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Award Winning Theatre Makes Major Announcement

| October 2, 2012 | 0 Comments
Award Winning Theatre Makes Major Announcement

Award winning Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company announces the appointment of Jessica Bird to serve as interim general and producing manager during Executive Artistic Director Seema Sueko’s upcoming working sabbatical. Bird, who will begin at Mo`olelo on September 10, served as casting director and artistic associate at San Diego Repertory Theatre and brings a wealth of […]

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Scripps Announces Naming and Opening of New Treatment Center

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Scripps Announces Naming and Opening of New Treatment Center

Woltman Family Infusion Center at Scripps Mercy Hospital San Diego Local community and health care leaders gathered in Hillcrest on Sept. 19 to celebrate the naming and opening of the Woltman Family Infusion Center, an outpatient service of Scripps Mercy Hospital San Diego that specializes in cancer care and treatment of other health conditions. The […]

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Bayside Community Center Celebrates 80 Years of Philanthropy

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Bayside Community Center Celebrates 80 Years of Philanthropy

The Bayside Family Reunion luncheon took place on Friday, September 21 at the center in Linda Vista. Over 200 guests attended, including donors, clients, staff, community members and elected leaders who have contributed to its 80 years of operating and success. This event was held in an outdoor venue featuring the Center’s community vegetable, herb […]

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Petco’s Second Annual National Adoption Reunion

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Petco’s Second Annual National Adoption Reunion

October 6, 2012 marks Petco’s Second Annual National Adoption Reunion where every Petco and Unleashed by Petco store nationwide will host adoption events to help find shelter pets loving homes. To help kick off Petco’s National Adoption Reunion, “Animal Practice’s” monkey star, Crystal, made a special appearance for employees at the Petco Corporate offices on […]

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A Graceful Take on Weight Loss

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
A Graceful Take on Weight Loss

A frequent topic from my coaching clients is the dreaded weight loss issue. When they start talking about it, I can already see the shame they have around it. Their posture sinks, voice loses energy, face is stripped of its natural radiance. How sad, I think, looking at this very accomplished, strong and passionate person […]

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Municipal Bonds Part II

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

Whatever happens in Washington on the tax policy front will have a significant impact on the holders of municipal bonds (“muni bonds” or just “munis”). As I discussed in July, the benefits of owning muni bonds depends on your tax rate. The higher your tax rate, the better off you are with muni bonds lower […]

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Bob Dylan releases 35th Studio Album “Tempest” To Rave Reviews

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Bob Dylan releases 35th Studio Album “Tempest” To Rave Reviews

Bob Dylan was once quoted as saying, “A songwriter doesn’t care about what’s truthful. What he cares about is what should’ve happened, what could’ve happened. That’s its own kind of truth. It’s like people who read Shakespeare plays, but they never see a Shakespeare play. I think they just use his name.” Rolling Stone’s Mikal […]

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Country Outlaw Billy Joe Shaver at AMSDConcerts October 9

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Country Outlaw Billy Joe Shaver at AMSDConcerts October 9

AMSDConcerts is bringing a solo country act to the stage at the old church at 4650 Mansfield in Normal Heights that will be well worth the pittance you’ll pay to see. October 9 brings Texas Country music singer and songwriter Billy Joe Shaver, whose mid-1970’s album “Old Five and Dimers Like Me” remains a classic […]

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