Archive for April, 2014

Travis Tatum Mills at the Epicentre April 19

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Travis Tatum Mills at the Epicentre April 19

  Twenty-four year old Travis Tatum Mills (aka T.Mills) has been able to turn a laptop musical experimentation in his bedroom into national tours (alongside Breathe Carolina, We The Kings and Sammy Adams among others) and a deal with Columbia Records, all in just over two years. In March 2012, Mills received a 2012 MTV […]

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Jeff Black Releases Folklore April 1

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Jeff Black Releases Folklore April 1

Singer/songwriter Jeff Black is pleased to announce the release of his upcoming album, “Folklore” on April 1, 2014. “Folklore” is the eleventh album from Black, a respected and pioneering influence on modern folk and roots music for more than three decades. “Folklore” closely follows the back to back critically acclaimed releases “Plow Through The Mystic” […]

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Mo`olelo – Act II

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It began with a call in late summer last year. “I have news for you, but I need you to keep it confidential for a little while,” she said. “I have been offered another job and it will probably be finalized very soon.” My response, “Well, to be candid, I’m not surprised; I knew this […]

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Seasons 52 – Dieters Delight

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Dieting is difficult. Very few people like to do it. At its best – and maybe at its worst – it requires motivation, self control, and self deprivation of many of one’s favorite foods. The difficulty is perhaps why our country has one of the world’s highest obesity rates. But, now there’s help. A relatively […]

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I’m Ready, Coach.

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I’m Ready, Coach.

  Lots of recent health research has centered on the psycho-social aspects of what predicts our well-being. One study found that a person’s weight is often predicted by their social network; slim folks hang out with others who are trim and heftier people gravitate toward friends of similar girth. Other research shows the importance of […]

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Sweating With Your Sweetie

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The Pros and Cons of Getting Your Burn On Together Now that you’re more than a month into your health and fitness goals for the year, you might be thinking it’s time to spice up your workouts by inviting your spouse to join you at the gym. Before you embark on the journey of sweating […]

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Planning Regulations Affecting Mission Hills

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Planning Regulations Affecting Mission Hills

  by Barry E. Hager There is good news on two fronts for Mission Hills’ residents: The Uptown Interim Height Ordinance (IHO) has been extended again and there has been progress on the Uptown community plan update. These developments will advance the goals to protect the character of Mission Hills. Firstly, the San Diego City […]

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Roses Remembered

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Roses Remembered

  Although it may be environmentally questionable to have rose gardens, Anita Clevenger, head of the National Rose Foundation, has a profound respect and love for roses, especially those no longer regularly seen. When she spoke at the February meeting of the San Diego Floral Association, Clevenger gave us a visual history of Sacramento’s Historic […]

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1st Annual Rock and Roll Retreat

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Presented by Production I Two 77 by Aubree Lynn, Stylist/Production/Writer In preparation for the Annual San Diego Rock n’ Roll Marathon, runners are carb loading, selecting tinted shades and the right sun block, training and getting mentally and physically psyched for the gun-shot fired start to the 26.2 mile race. And they are reminded of […]

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Read This? You’re Lucky!

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments
Read This?  You’re Lucky!

If you can read this, you are appreciably literate. Not so for nearly 200,000 adults and children in San Diego who cannot read. While illiterate adults and children get plenty of help from the San Diego County on Literacy (SDCOL) year ‘round, on May 14 they’ll get even more via the organization’s 5th annual, “Eat. […]

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