Archive for March, 2017

It’s All About March

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by Krista Lombardi, President, Mission Hills BID Lombardi Team at Scott & Quinn Real Estate Services We owe a debt of gratitude to Mars, the Roman god, after whom March is named. It was during this month when spring began and the military campaign season got underway, following winter. Since childhood, springtime has always been […]

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When is the Best Time to Exercise?

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There have been many debates about the effectiveness of exercise during certain parts of the day. While nighttime workouts have been thought to disrupt sleep, new research adds in a new factor of the body’s circadian rhythm to determine the best time to exercise. The human body has a circadian rhythm that corresponds with the […]

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Encountering Ayn Rand at Fourteen?

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I was 14 when I saw “The Fountainhead” with Gary Cooper and Patricia Neal. I saw the film on a Saturday afternoon at the North Park Theater (a 10 cents trolley ride from our home on Redwood Street on the border with South Park). The “gang” I hung out were all from the neighborhood and […]

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Winner of Regional Finals is Announced

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Winner of Regional Finals is Announced

A National Poetry Recitation Competition for High School Students Write Out Loud, an organization founded in 2007 with a commitment to inspire, challenge and entertain by reading short stories aloud for a live audience. announced the 2017 winner of the Poetry Out Loud Regional Finals. The Regional finals were held this past Febrary at the […]

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Estate Planning Is More than Just a Will

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Not too long ago, I wrote about the most basic estate-planning tool: your will. If you have children, or really anyone whom you wish to benefit at your death, your will is the most essential foundation for putting your affairs in order after you’re gone. However, “after you’re gone” isn’t the only scenario your estate […]

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Past, Present, and Future

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Past, Present, and Future

Fashion Week San Diego Spring Showcase Who doesn’t love a good night out, hanging with girlfriends, cocktails, shopping, and spending the evening at one of the most iconic venues in San Diego? I know I sure do! With that in mind, here’s an invitation on behalf of Fashion Week San Diego, to the 10th Annual […]

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Mission Hills Heritage to Host Free Workshop on Historic Districts

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Do you want to know the facts about historic districts and what they mean for you and your neighbors? Then mark your calendars for Saturday, March 11, 2017, when Mission Hills Heritage will host a free public workshop to explain and answer questions about historic districts. The workshop will take place in the auditorium of […]

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

Five choices other than wearing out Indulge me, please, while I restate the obvious: you can only overdo something for so long until there is a price to pay. Overworking without breaks and enough rest can quickly lead to a dip in health. You wear yourself out. How long can you keep overworking? Only you […]

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“Coldmaggedon” Got You This Season?

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“Coldmaggedon” Got You This Season?

by Violet Green Did you succumb to “coldmaggedon” this winter season? No. Well lucky you! Many of the rest of us were not so fortunate. When we had cold and flu season last year in San Diego, I remember there were lots of colds and sniffles and even some serious cases of whooping cough. This […]

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Propagation: An addicting pastime.

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Propagation:  An addicting pastime.

Part 1: Sexual Propagation: Growing plants from Seeds On a sunny Saturday, Jill Schmidt, a fellow member of the Mission Hills Garden Club and San Diego Horticultural Society, and I drove to El Cajon for a propagation workshop. Anne Moore, English native but in the U.S. long enough to have lost most of her accent, […]

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