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Archive for September, 2015

Is That All There Is?

| September 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

The words of Peggy Lee’s song are haunting, but they come to mind, not in a philosophical/mystical sense, though they are that, but politically. I’ve been in politics, around politics for 49 years. Beginning with the lieutenant governor’s office in Sacramento in 1966, through Bobby Kennedy’s presidential campaign to five years on Capitol Hill in […]

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Fiestas Patrias

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Fiestas Patrias

Experience a Traditional Mexican Independence Celebration It’s that time again to head to Old Town San Diego State Historic Park to celebrate Mexican Independence. This year the annual festivities commence with the ringing of the bell at the historic Casa de Estudillo on Saturday, September 12, 2015. The festivities take place from noon to 4 […]

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Fashion-forward Brunch Series at the Patio on Goldfinch

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Fashion-forward Brunch Series at the Patio on Goldfinch

Fashion Week San Diego® (FWSD), California’s biggest fashion event, is presenting Glamour on Goldfinch, an ongoing Saturday brunch series held at the Patio on Goldfinch in Mission Hills, a pet friendly, upscale restaurant. The next ‘Glamour on Goldfinch’ brunch, featuring FSWD 2015 Designer Lady Lane, will take place on Saturday, Sept. 5, leading up to […]

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Emilio Nares Foundation hosts 12th annual “Harvest for Hope”

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Emilio Nares Foundation hosts 12th annual “Harvest for Hope”

San Diego Central Library Provides Setting   The  Emilio Nares Foundation (ENF), a San Diego-based nonprofit dedicated to helping navigate families through their child’s journey with cancer, will host the 12th annual “Harvest for Hope” from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, September 13 at San Diego Central Library. Guests can expect gourmet food and beverage stations, a […]

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“Add Cheese and Dip”

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“Add Cheese and Dip”

“Someday, I’ll ask you to marry me!” That was my “romantic” proposal to the wonderful woman who agreed to share her life with me. It was the ’60s, a time when fondue was the cuisine du jour. Fondue is defined as “a sauce like dish of Swiss origin made with melted cheese and seasonings together […]

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The Muse News

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The Muse News

Living Artfully with Yourself As summer draws to a close, and September and all it’s hustle and bustle of the business of life restarting and renewing itself, it is important to take your own pulse every day and check-in with number one. Time to be sure you are taking the best of care of you. […]

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Summer Is Over

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As summer begins to wind down, so do the days with no routines or schedules. As you start to get your kids in their back to school routines, you should also think about getting back into your regular fitness routine. Face it, summer break probably left you with little time during the day to schedule […]

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Water Wise and Water Weary

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Water Wise and Water Weary

Over the past few years we have heard more and more about conserving water. I often wonder about the practicality of some of these methods. Some make a great deal of sense. Others sound good but won’t work. Still others are rather bizarre. One of the oddest water-saving methods I’ve heard of is for plants. […]

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Susan Sarandon to Speak at the San Diego Film Festival

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Susan Sarandon to Speak at the San Diego Film Festival

Two San Diego entrepreneurs and film makers have taken on a huge responsibility of furthering the role of the San Diego Film Festival. Tanya Mantooth, with 20 years of film production experience, and an eight time Emmy award winner, is director of programming for the San Diego Film Festival (SDFF). Her partner and husband, Dale […]

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The Prarie Style Homes of Mission Hills to be Showcased

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The Prarie Style Homes of Mission Hills to be Showcased

Mission Hills Heritage’s Eleventh Annual Historic Home Tour The Mission Hills neighborhood of San Diego features a rich variety of early 20th century architectural styles. This year, Mission Hills Heritage (MHH) is showcasing Prairie Style homes built in the 1910s and 1920s on its Eleventh Annual Historic Home Tour, Friday, September 26.  Six lovely homes […]

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