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Archive for April, 2013

Historic Home Tour Weekend

| April 2, 2013 | 0 Comments
Historic Home Tour Weekend

Join SOHO on April 13 and 14 for the Annual Historic Home Tour Weekend featuring early 20th-century homes in Mission Hills. On Saturday, April 13, select from your choice of walking or bicycle tours, and a textile workshop, and on Sunday, April 14 spend the day with us at the Historic Home Tour. On Saturday, […]

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South Mission Hills Walking Tour Hosted by Mission Hills Heritage

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South Mission Hills Walking Tour Hosted by Mission Hills Heritage

Historic mansions, a legendary evangelist’s Spanish Revival domicile and post World War II ranch homes are part of the potpourri of architectural styles to be explored on the first-ever walking tour focusing on South Mission Hills. Sponsored by Mission Hills Heritage (MHH), the event is slated for Saturday, April 13, from 1 to 4 p.m. […]

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Marlee Matlin is Keynote Speaker for “Tea & Tonic”

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Marlee Matlin is Keynote Speaker for “Tea & Tonic”

Center for Community Solutions (CCS), a non-profit agency that offers a complete range of sexual assault, domestic violence, and elder abuse prevention and intervention services, announced that its 14th annual “Tea & Tonic” event will be held on Friday, April 26th from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at The Grand Del Mar Resort. Chaired by […]

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Book Signing and Lecture on Klezmer Music

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Book Signing and Lecture on Klezmer Music

World renowned artists Yale Strom, Elizabeth Schwartz and Jeff Pekarek will present a book lecture and Klezmer concert and book signing with their new book, SHPIL: The Art of Playing Klezmer from 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday, April 11 at Mission Hills Books & Collectibles, 4054 Goldfinch Street, San Diego, CA 92103. Klezmer music is […]

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Celebrations with a Tradition Rich In Culture

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Celebrations with a Tradition Rich In Culture

In the months ahead there will be numerous celebrations for Mother’s Day, graduation, as well as wedding and baby showers. While planning your celebrations, there is a very unique tea house situated at the center of Old Town’s beautiful Heritage County Park and surrounded by7.6 acres of gardens and historic homes. It is the new […]

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Pacific Hospitality Group Purchases Historic Warner Springs Ranch

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Pacific Hospitality Group Purchases Historic Warner Springs Ranch

San Diego-based Firm to Invest $50 million in Landmark Property Poised to rejuvenate a longtime San Diego County destination, Pacific Hospitality Group, Inc. (PHG) has acquired the historic Warner Springs Ranch – an iconic San Diego County destination long known for its healing natural hot springs. The nearly 2,400-acre property was purchased by PHG at […]

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Historic Pillars Are Restored in Mission Hills

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Historic Pillars Are Restored in Mission Hills

With the support of Mission Hills Heritage (MHH), several pillars located in Mission Hills received new plaques and were refurbished. According to Barry Hager, MHH board chairman, after proposing the project to the City’s Historical Resources Board (HRB), the pillars were photographed and measured to replace the missing plaques. MHH worked with a plaque manufacturer […]

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The Super-Ego – an Ego on Steroids?

| April 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Super-Ego – an Ego on Steroids?

by Mrs. Freud Sigmund Freud, the Father of Psychoanalysis, coined the term “Super-Ego.” It is a concept we all carry inside ourselves that helps us with ethical conduct and moral decisions. It is responsible for self-imposed standards of behavior. We “acquire” the Super-Ego while growing up and getting feedback from our parents on our behavior, […]

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Tax Efficient Investing, Part I

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For the first time in over a decade, tax rates on income and investment gains have risen. In addition, a new Net Investment Income tax has been imposed on all investment income for taxpayers whose Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) is above certain thresholds ($200,000 for single filers and $250,000 for married filers). So, given these […]

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A Tribe Called Red at the Casbah April 21

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A Tribe Called Red at the Casbah April 21

A Tribe Called Red is a Canadian electronic music group that blends instrumental hip hop, and reggae influenced dance music with elements of First Nations’ music, particularly vocal chanting and drumming. Based in Ottawa, Ontario, the group consists of three DJs, Ian “DJ NDN” Campeau, Dan “DJ Shub” General and Bear Witness, and describes its […]

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