Archive for September, 2013

Old Town San Diego Art Festival Will Be Held on October 5 & 6

| September 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

The streets of Historic Old Town San Diego transform into an art extravaganza at this year’s Old Town San Diego Art Festival, Saturday, October 5 and Sunday, October 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The Old Town Chamber of Commerce invites guests to experience a world full of colorful art, live music, international food […]

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What Now? Getting on With the Show!

| September 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
What Now?  Getting on With the Show!

  Just for fun, think over the musicals you’ve seen and loved.   Here’s a little launch:  The “Fantastics,”  “Dames at Sea,” “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” “Good News; No, No, Nanette”; and “Promises, Promises.”  Add dozens more, and you’ve probably named many of the shows that Rick Simas has produced, and/or directed, or […]

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Cosmopolitan Restaurant & Hotel Hosts Special Reception

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments
Cosmopolitan Restaurant & Hotel Hosts Special Reception

  A packed audience attended a special reception to meet the State Parks director and to recognize the contributions of volunteers who have contributed to the economy and well-being of Old Town. Major General Anthony Jackson, retired United State Marine Corps, is the State Parks director. He is also a resident of San Diego. During […]

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The Price of a Good Life

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Mrs. Freud “Of course I want to live a good life,” is the astonished answer of anyone I have ever asked if they aspire to live a good life. However, in my 15 years as a psychologist as well as life coach, I have come across many instances where significant resistance arose as soon […]

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The Value of a Financial Advisor

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

We Americans tend to be a very optimistic bunch. It’s part of our national character and some might even say part of our DNA. Perhaps that’s why casinos are so popular despite certain knowledge that the odds are against us. How else could you explain spending $1 for a lottery ticket with odds against us […]

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Girls and Boys and all Their Toys

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments
Girls and Boys and all Their Toys

  As the mother of two sons I watched how my boys played and thought nothing of it. Although I did not see them gravitate toward dolls or dishes, I thought they must be playing the same as girls only using different toys. Instead of dolls they had G.I. Joe and action figures, instead of […]

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Tom Ham’s Lighthouse – Come For the View, Stay For the Food

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments
Tom Ham’s Lighthouse – Come For the View, Stay For the Food

  Can you see the light…at the end of the island? Harbor Island lies adjacent to the airport, just across Harbor Drive. Enter onto the Island, turn right at the intersection and you’ll shortly reach Tom Ham’s Lighthouse, a fully functioning and still operating facility to guide ships. But – surprise – it is more […]

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Yellow is for Depression

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments
Yellow is for Depression

  The news on health benefits of ingesting turmeric (Curcuma longa) just keeps accumulating. Using the original research that validated this root crop as an effective anti-inflammatory, many researches are building from there to test whether the anti-inflammatory properties will affect a wide range of conditions from heart disease to diabetes, from cancer to skin […]

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Exercise Tips to Shape up Your Golf Game

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Your favorite golf course is ready for another great round of golf, but is your golf game up to par? Shape up your golf game with the following exercise tips to increase your fitness level as you shoot for more of those birdies and eagles. The fairways are groomed, the putting greens are smooth and […]

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The Mission Hills Garden Club Presents Education, Beautification, and Fun

| September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Mission Hills Garden Club Presents Education, Beautification, and Fun

  Over 14 years ago Mission Hills Garden Club had a fairly lengthy gestation period. However, once it was born, it grew by leaps and bounds. Its history begins before 1999 and continues today with a medley of traditions and changes. In the beginning, Fausto Palafox posted a notice in the Mission Hills Nursery asking […]

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