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Archive for March, 2013

Back to Nature with Tribal Wear

| March 7, 2013 | 0 Comments
Back to Nature with Tribal Wear

by Aubree Lynn Stylist/Producer/Writer www.stylishlyaubreelynn.com It drives me, ignites me, is my natural high, and rejuvenates my creativity. What I am referring is the art of styling. I was recently asked to style a photo-shoot with the theme “back to nature” with the inspiration of tribal prints. I take my challenges to extremes as I […]

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Between the Lines: The Future is Now

| March 7, 2013 | 0 Comments
Between the Lines: The Future is Now

  Warwick’s Books has done it again. Last fall they brought the author of one of my favorite contemporary novels to town (Amor Towles, “Rules of Civility”); in January they hosted Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor for a discussion and reading from her book “My Beloved World.” Most recently, a capacity crowd at UCSD’s Mandeville […]

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World War II Veteran and His Art and Book Gallery

| March 7, 2013 | 0 Comments
World War II Veteran and His Art and Book Gallery

by Vanessa Christie Located on the 1600 block of West Lewis, in between Mission Hills Wine Cellar and the With Love gift shop, is the Art and Book Gallery, a small bookstore and gallery. Its owner is 86 year-old Leo Finegold, a World War II veteran who taught Russian and biology at City and Mesa […]

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Preuss School Earns a Peacemaker Award

| March 4, 2013 | 0 Comments
Preuss School Earns a Peacemaker Award

The National Conflict Resolution Center’s 25th annual Peacemaker Awards will take place Thursday, March 14. This year, the Peacemakers are the U.S. Naval Ship Mercy and the Preuss School UCSD. We talked with Cecil Lytle, a renowned musician, a former chair of the Awards, and a founder of Preuss School. LW: You must be hugely […]

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The Devil & Alan Greenspan

| March 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

One afternoon late I stopped off at the Adams Avenue Book Store in Normal Heights. I needed to say hello to my friends, Betsy Brown and Michael Smythe. I normally drop by several times a month, but with extended travel – Denver, Boston and Washington (for President Obama’s Inauguration) – it had been a while. […]

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Malashock Dance Company Hosts 25th Anniversary Concert

| March 4, 2013 | 0 Comments
Malashock Dance Company Hosts 25th Anniversary Concert

A Celebration of Imagination and Human Spirit After reviewing his work for several years, I finally got to meet John Malashock, the founder and artistic director of Malashock Dance Company, which is considered one of California’s premiere dance organizations. John’s career is an inspiration. John shared with me that he never intended to start a […]

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