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Archive for October, 2016

Want to Feel Good Again?

| October 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
Want to Feel Good Again?

By Anne Sack What was initially a desire to learn about possible options to medical issues has now become a part of my lifestyle and regular regimen. It wasn’t what I expected. I’m referring to a decision to talk to Sheila Kendro, R.N., L.Ac, who provides acupuncture and craniosacral therapy. Several years back, I had […]

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The Frame Station is Getting a New Home

| October 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
The Frame Station is Getting a New Home

By Ginny Ollis Tom Sandler has been an icon of the Mission Hills business community since 1981. That’s when he opened his Frame Station business, creating and delivering perfectly suited custom framing for whatever you want to show off. (In case you don’t know, a quick visit to the big competitors, like Aaron Bros., will […]

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The Presidential Election and your Investments

| October 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
The Presidential Election and your Investments

Last night, I listened to a commentator call the election an existential moment: deciding the fate of our country and proclaiming that the wrong choice would be ruinous and a disaster. Let me be clear also that I’ve heard way too much of this kind of talk from both sides of the political spectrum. Politically, […]

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What Now?

| October 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

Just Sayin’… This could have been a very, very long column. I could have included radio and TV commentators; friends, colleagues, family, national, regional, local media, international media: The Economist (unrelentless!). A Charles M. Blow headline, reads: “Trump, The Worst of America.” Next month, I’m going back to humor: Does this definition of a narcissist […]

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

| October 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
Human TuneUp Column by Cath

No Guarantees If we were refrigerators or cars or computers, we would have a guarantee. But no. Here we all are hanging out on this swirling-through-space earth, never really knowing from one day to the next what life will bring. I admit to wishing we did have at least the following guarantees:  If we’re good, […]

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Can America Recover?

| October 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

On taking office following the resignation of Richard Nixon, President Gerald Ford said, “Our long national nightmare is over.” Different time, different circumstances, but I here invoke the president’s words slightly paraphrased, “Our long national nightmare is almost over.” The first nightmare was Nixon; the second, Donald Trump. The first, a Quaker from Yorba Linda, […]

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Pardon My French Bar & Kitchen

| October 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
Pardon My French Bar & Kitchen

French without Being Pretentious Ever hear someone use “unacceptable language” while in the midst of “polite” company? Often such comments are prefaced with an exculpatory “pardon my French.” That cute phrase has now become the name of a new and exciting restaurant in Hillcrest, on Park Boulevard near University Avenue. New owners took over the […]

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Planking for Your Health

| October 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

Along with nutrition and sleep, exercise is a core pillar of great health. It is a critical part of living a long and healthy life without too many health complications. The human body was designed to move, and it is always a good time to get started. You will want to try different exercises to […]

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Sparks Gallery Hosts Opening Reception of Animalia Exhibit

| October 29, 2016 | 0 Comments
Sparks Gallery Hosts Opening Reception of Animalia Exhibit

On Saturday, November 12, Sparks Gallery, a local fine art gallery and event space at 530 6th Ave, San Diego, CA 92101, will open their latest exhibition entitled “Animalia / A Group Show” from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The exhibition will feature 32 local San Diego artists, each presenting a work of art depicting […]

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More Facts and Ideas about Conserving Resources Part 3

| October 29, 2016 | 0 Comments
More Facts and Ideas about Conserving Resources Part 3

The Garden Club’s May meeting at SDG&E’s Innovation Center ended with a presentation by Janet O’Dea of Powers Plumbing. She says that California’s population should be around 60 million by 2050. (SDG&E projects 51 million. Either way, it’s a lot of people wanting water for drinking, cleaning, or irrigation.)    Californians may be deprived of some of […]

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