Archive for December, 2012

What Now? Game’s On!

| December 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

by Inga, Humor Columnist, La Jolla Light & Laura Walcher, Humor Columnist, Presidio Sentinel Inga: At the San Diego Press Club Journalism Awards in 2010, the first year that my column in the La Jolla Light was eligible, I won second place in the Humor division after Laura Walcher, who writes for the Presidio Sentinel. […]

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Cross Over the Bridge to Experience Leroy’s Kitchen & Lounge

| December 2, 2012 | 0 Comments
Cross Over the Bridge to Experience Leroy’s Kitchen & Lounge

There is a song that David Spatafore probably would like to hear played on radio and TV more often. It is a classic song, “Cross Over The Bridge,” which I enjoyed hearing Patti Page perform more years ago than I’d like to admit. Spatafore probably would like to influence residents of San Diego and all […]

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Validation of Folk Uses for Guinea Hen Weed

| December 2, 2012 | 0 Comments
Validation of Folk Uses for Guinea Hen Weed

Modern medicine has always had its roots in herbal folk remedies. After all, if they hadn’t worked, the tradition of using folk remedies would not have been passed on to the next generation. The famous author, Dr. James Duke, wrote that the Green Pharmacy made his 30-plus year career at the U. S. Department of […]

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Three Tips to Improve Your Healthy Lifestyle

| December 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

Living a fit and healthy lifestyle doesn’t happen overnight. It takes a consistent and dedicated effort to not only become physically fit, but to maintain a healthy lifestyle in the long-term. Although exercising consistently and eating a nutritious diet are the cornerstones to achieving a healthy lifestyle, the following three quick tips can help improve […]

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Holiday Décor from a Master

| December 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

Because the Mission Hills Garden Club’s October meeting was a pumpkin carving event, I chose to cross the bridge to Coronado’s Beach and Bay Garden Club to see another René van Rems’ spectacular instead. As usual, he was introduced as an award-winning floral designer, teacher, author, stand-up comic and popular speaker. René studied floral design […]

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Giving Up and Giving In

| December 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

After years of fighting, I’ve given in and become one of them. I’m tired of being made fun of. I’m tired of all the raised eyebrows and the questions when friends saw my phone. People kept asking how I take photos and my answer seemed to dumbfound them, “with my camera” was always my quick […]

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The Artful Spirit – The Joy of Living Creatively

| December 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
The Artful Spirit – The Joy of Living Creatively

Artful Appreciation by Concetta Antico December is here again, a reminder that another year has presented itself in its completeness. We have journeyed through this year with the opportunity to touch others’ lives and have been reciprocated in one way or another. The purpose and meaning of “artful appreciation” comes to mind, because during this […]

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San Diego’s Celebrity Stylist – Lizz Russell

| December 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
San Diego’s Celebrity Stylist – Lizz Russell

by Aubree Lynn Writer/Stylist/Producer www.StylishlyAubreeLynn.com “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” ~Arthur Ashe This celebrity designer’s favorite quote has played out all through her life, and as a very modest designer, Lizz Russell states, “It was a natural gift from God that I was born with.” For over twenty […]

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Between the Lines: Book Adventures

| December 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Between the Lines: Book Adventures

Buon Appetito in Little Italy was the setting; lunch was a bowl of pasta with spicy tomatoes, mozzarella and basil—I was transported into an Italian frame of mind for our speaker, San Diego author Susan Meissner, who read, shared photographs, and talked about her newest novel, “Girl in the Glass.” The story is about Florence […]

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