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Archive for March, 2016

Lamb’s Players Theatre’s Production of “The Miracle Worker”

| March 15, 2016 | 0 Comments
Lamb’s Players Theatre’s Production of “The Miracle Worker”

Lucia Vecchio, local Encinitas teen, active San Diego actress and Lamb’s associate artist will be performing the role of Helen Keller in Lamb’s production of “The Miracle Worker,” March 4 through April 10 in Coronado at 1142 Orange Avenue. Vecchio, currently in her final year of high school, has been seen on stages across the […]

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Parker Announces Annual Gala Fundraiser

| March 13, 2016 | 0 Comments
Parker Announces Annual Gala Fundraiser

2016 Black and White Ball with Old Hollywood Glamour Francis Parker School is holding a Black and White Ball, the gala to raise funds for student scholarships and faculty professional development. The event will take place on Saturday, May 7, 2016 on the Linda Vista Campus. This year’s Black and White Ball theme will evoke […]

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Woodland Style Baby Shower

| March 9, 2016 | 0 Comments
Woodland Style Baby Shower

by Stylishly Aubree Lynn, Stylist, Producer and Writer I have never been a huge fan of baby showers and I’ve never really liked any of the games played. I really never understood for myself how I would feel being pregnant and opening up gifts for my child who had not yet arrived into the world. […]

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Weeds, Weeds Everywhere

| March 9, 2016 | 0 Comments
Weeds, Weeds Everywhere

By Violet Green Have you been seeing dandelions and clovers popping up in your lawn or along the side of the street? Spring comes early here in San Diego and the tender green plants are everywhere you look. You might not know it, but these plants are good for you and delicious too. Now, you […]

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Good Coming from Bad

| March 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

It was 2.30 am a few days after Valentine´s Day and I was up nursing my four-month old daughter. As usual, all was quiet and we were the only ones up. I was pondering the topic for this column when things turned scary. After seeing flashlight beams in our hallway and a loud pounding on […]

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Six Rules of Lending to Family Members

| March 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Bank of Mom and Dad is a popular institution these days, generally offering favorable terms and frequently more sympathetic treatment in the event of a late payment. That said, there need to be ground rules when you are considering supporting a family member with a loan or gift, and some of these rules can […]

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Super Tuesday Election in Our Community

| March 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

As the nation was preparing for election results for Super Tuesday of the Presidential Election, the Uptown Community, which includes Mission Hills, Hillcrest, University Heights and Bankers Hill, also had an important election. This election was for the upcoming board members for the Uptown Planners. This organization is responsible for voting on the Community Plan […]

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Mad for March!

| March 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

by Troy Curnett, MHBID President With spring upon us we look forward to nature’s renewal with the vernal equinox and the anticipation of increasing daylight hours. So where should we get started? Hiking and biking is a great way to relax, solo or with friends and family, after a long day’s work and on weekends. […]

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What Now?

| March 9, 2016 | 0 Comments
What Now?

The Euphorbia, Trust Me! Now and then in my now-long life, I am keenly reminded that I’m … from the Bronx. I mean, who in the Bronx ever heard of “The Euphorbia?” It sounds like a Greek play. These days, they might ship these evil little growths from the southwest, just to pique curiosity, and […]

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Staying Down

| March 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

The handsome and very young doctor at urgent care stood before me and in a serious tone proclaimed that with a dual diagnosis of flu and pneumonia, combined with my age, it was imperative that I stay down, drink plenty of fluids and basically rest for at least a week. After that my regular doctor […]

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