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Archive for April, 2015

Walking Tour Showcases Midwest Homes in Mission Hills

| April 6, 2015 | 0 Comments
Walking Tour Showcases Midwest Homes in Mission Hills

By Val Sutter “Prairie Style in Mission Hills” is the topic of Mission Hills Heritage’s Eleventh Annual Walking Tour slated for 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 18. The tour will take walkers through several enclaves of Prairie style homes built in Mission Hills between 1910 and 1920. Conceived by architects in the Midwest, this […]

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Saffron To Celebrate “Songkran” Thai New Year

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Saffron To Celebrate “Songkran” Thai New Year

Food Market, Thai Dance Performances and a New Year Blessing to Occur The ever-popular Saffron restaurants on India Street in Mission Hills will welcome Thai New Year on Friday, April 10 with an enticing selection of street food specialties, a New Year blessing ceremony, and wonderful performances of traditional Thai dances presented by Kru Aye, […]

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Malashock Dance Dedicates Liberty Station Dance Studio

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Malashock Dance Dedicates Liberty Station Dance Studio

Malashock Dance, a leader in contemporary dance and arts education since 1988, renamed their spacious, state of the art studio in honor of Abbe Wolfsheimer’s longstanding legacy of passionate support for dance by officially naming the space The Abbe Wolfsheimer Studio. The announcement of the dedication came at a private celebration on Friday, March 13 […]

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California Ballet Company Presents “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

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California Ballet Company Presents “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

    “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” returns this April to the San Diego Civic Theatre for the first time in nearly a decade. California Ballet transforms William Shakespeare’s beloved comedy into a shimmering ballet filled with moonlit nights, fairy magic and romance. The ballet adaptation perfectly translates the Elizabethan comedy into the universal language of movement, […]

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The Hillcrest Wind Ensemble presents a “Centennial Concert”

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The Hillcrest Wind Ensemble presents a “Centennial Concert”

At 7 p.m., Saturday, April 25th, The Hillcrest Wind Ensemble presents a “Centennial Concert” at the San Diego Woman’s Club, 2557 Third Avenue, adjacent to the park. The concert will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 1915 Panama-California Exposition which celebrated the opening of the Panama Canal. The ensemble will partially recreate the New Years […]

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Dog Helps Kids Learn Life Skills

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Dog Helps Kids Learn Life Skills

Bobbi Hanna is a certified occupational therapy assistant in Point Loma. She partnered with colleague Kim Benson to form Kids on the Point OT, where they help children with autism, sensory processing disorders, generalized anxiety and learning disabilities. Recently, Hanna added another partner to their practice. Breezy is a facility dog from Canine Companions for […]

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Jean-Luc Ponty Tribute Takes Place at Croce’s Park West

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Jean-Luc Ponty Tribute Takes Place at Croce’s Park West

  In case you missed it last time, Chris Vitas and friends once again perform a tribute to the great Jazz Fusion violinist Jean-Luc Ponty, said to be “The first jazz violinist to be as exciting as a saxophonist.” The performance is from 7 to 10:30 p.m., Friday, April 24 at Croce’s Park West, located at 2760 Fifth […]

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Volunteer to Make a Positive Difference

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By Trish Watlington, President, Mission Hills BID Citizen: a person who is entitled to enjoy all the rights and privileges granted by a state or community, to the people comprising its constituency and is obligated to obey its laws and to fulfill his or duties as called upon. If you are a citizen of Mission […]

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Bicycling in Mission Hills

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Bicycling in Mission Hills

by Judi Tentor May is Bike Month in San Diego and many of us will ride our bikes to enjoy the wind on our face and the quiet joy of non-motorized mobility. During Bike Month, there will be many events leading up to National Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 15. One special event […]

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Kinesio Tape: Fashion Fad or Sports Medicine Cure?

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by Sean Ryback Recently, I was watching a lifting competition on TV with a friend and we discussed the new trend of athletes wearing brightly colored neon elastic tape on their bodies. Is it a new flashy fashion trend in the exercise world or innovative technology for correct muscle function, improved circulation, pain relief, and […]

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