Archive for February, 2013

Between the Lines:

| February 1, 2013 | 2 Comments
Between the Lines:

I Am Lubo Two years ago I enrolled in an Osher Institute class on memoir writing at SDSU. I thought the topic would be relevant to the personal essays I was writing. It turned out to be most worthwhile, with skill-building exercises and useful writing tips and resources. The instructor, Kathi Diamant, author of “Kafka’s […]

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The Gun Debate Goes On

| February 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

A Grandmother’s Perspective My 15 year old grandson is a gun enthusiast. There I said it. It’s not easy for this ‘60’s era liberal to admit, but I’ve known this for years, in fact since he’s been a small child. At first his schoolteacher parents said no guns, just plain out, no guns. But by […]

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Community Collaborations

| February 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Community Collaborations

Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company Outreach Efforts I recently joined the board of Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company and was given an opportunity to experience the collaborative efforts of staff who invite groups and individuals from the community to participate in the production process. I spoke to three individuals who attended a pre-show rehearsal that included the […]

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The Navarra Family Continues a Family Tradition

| February 1, 2013 | 3 Comments
The Navarra Family Continues a Family Tradition

Jerome’s 58 Years and Counting In 1954 a furniture and appliance store opened in downtown San Diego during the boom following WWII. It was a family owned business, started by Jim Navarra (and a couple of other partners.) Jim named it Jerome’s to honor his son Jerry who is a household name in San Diego […]

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