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Archive for July, 2015

Lingerie that Expresses Attitude and Self Esteem

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Lingerie that Expresses Attitude and Self Esteem

For decades now, the average American woman has considered bras and panties as just underwear – functional and utilitarian garments that are hidden and forgotten as soon as something goes on over them. In 2015 a growing number of women are quickly discovering the magic and excitement of high-quality lingerie, adding enhanced comfort and style. […]

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Personal TuneUp by Cath

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Personal TuneUp by Cath

How is this going to work out?!? Excuse me while I put my Pollyanna outfit in the closet and make sure my feet are planted firmly on the ground before I begin… I know. The nerve of me, saying things will all work out (and usually for our highest good to boot). We’ve all experienced […]

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Hollywood Celebrities Come to Mission Hills for Food and Conversation

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Hollywood Celebrities Come to Mission Hills for Food and Conversation

  Emmy nominated actress Patrika Darbo (“Days of Our Lives”) recently graced The Front Porch on Fort Stockton Street in Mission Hills for a special meet and greet with friends and guests. Darbo also came to offer her interview skills for a new television show with Gustaf Anders Rooth. “On The Porch with Gustaf Anders […]

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Religion, Politics & Media

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Sometime back I wrote about this here in the Sentinel, but it is for me an important issue, so I am revisiting it. A religion reporter for a major American newspaper wrote a story about an openly gay United Methodist minister who lost her church over her sexual orientation. The reporter wrote the minister was […]

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Casa de Bandini – The Mark of A Winner

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Casa de Bandini – The Mark of A Winner

My email inbox overflows every day with offers of self-help and how-to books. Some of them describe at great length the characteristics of successful businesspeople. But in my mind, the most obvious predictor of success is a tenacious attitude to keep going in the face of obstacles until success is achieved. Diane Powers has that […]

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The Muse News

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The Muse News

Living Artfully Without Television   As we embrace the huggable warm months of summer time with all of its outdoor fun and adventure under the stars, you may wish to ask yourself, does television play the staring role in my life? If the answer is yes (if you can’t compute how to answer this, just […]

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Cartoons and Pop Art Strip Down in North Park

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Cartoons and Pop Art Strip Down in North Park

Caricatures, Satire and The Funnies runs from July 3 through July 26 at The Studio Door, located at 3750 30th Street in North Park, presenting new, independent voices of the comic strip. The month-long exhibition of original art takes its inspiration from traditional strips, single gag panels and caricatures that have entertained us in newspapers, […]

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Allen Road Trail and Canyon Clean-up

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By John Sandmeyer Allen Road Trail is one of the finest canyon trails in Mission Hills. It’s a short length with a sweet aroma and has always offered natural relief and a valuable link to Mission Valley from Mission Hills. It starts at the top at the intersection of Allen Road and Fort Stockton Drive […]

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Nutrient Timing

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The Ins and Outs of Fueling for Activity “You are what you eat,” is a common saying in the fitness industry. But, when it comes to optimizing the nutrients you put into your body, when you eat can be a significant factor to your body’s performance and energy levels. By using a concept known as […]

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Eucalyptus: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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Eucalyptus: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Once upon a time Californians loved eucalyptus, or as Matt Ritter calls them, eucalypts. From Kate Sessions to my husband and me, eucalypts were welcomed with open arms. They are no longer favored; shunned because of their shallow and invasive roots, the oil and branches they drop copiously with no regard for whatever is beneath […]

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