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Archive for May, 2017

Human TuneUp Column by Cath

| May 2, 2017 | 0 Comments
Human TuneUp Column by Cath

Tacky Don’t complain most of the time and expect to enjoy your life. Or others to enjoy you. In my Human TuneUp classes, we do an experiment where I ask participants to pair up; first one, then the other, gets two minutes to complain. I suggest they can complain about their work, people in their […]

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You Won’t Get Carded At The Red Card Cafe

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Paris is known as the “City of Lights.” To romantics, it is the “city of love.” To foodies, it is the “city of great cuisine.” It is, after all, the city that originated cordon bleu. Even the smallest bistro on the left bank of the city seems to embed extra flavor in even its simplest […]

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What Now?

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
What Now?

Literacy, of Course! Thursday, May 18 is the date, for the San Diego Council on Literacy’s (SDCOL) 8th Annual “Eat. Drink. Read. A Culinary Event for Literacy, ” in which our local chefs’ create an original dish that corresponds to their favorite books. CEO Jose Cruz never lets up on his mission: to raise the […]

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High School Entrepreneurs to Present Innovative Enterprises

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
High School Entrepreneurs to Present Innovative Enterprises

Whatever It Takes (WIT), a local nonprofit with a mission to foster social entrepreneurship and leadership in teens, will host its annual WIT Showcase Event on Thursday, May 18, 2017 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the San Diego Central Library, 330 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101. Educators, entrepreneurs, community leaders and all […]

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Roses: Lost and Found

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Roses: Lost and Found

Last February, John Bagnasco spoke of his passion for roses. Having been in the horticulture world for over 50 years, Bagnasco began with a horticulture degree from Michigan State University. He went on to work at various nurseries, and in the 1990s became a head rose buyer for Armstrong Garden Centers. A friend asked why […]

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Honoring Our Heroes

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Honoring Our Heroes

by Krista Lombardi, President, Mission Hills BID The weather is sumptuous enough to wear as we begin the month of May in celebration of La Festa del Lavoro; a time to catch up with friends and family, eat, socialize, dance, and, of course, rest. La Festa del Lavoro is celebrated throughout Italy on May first. […]

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Celebrate the Memory of Spencer Topham

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

From 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday May 4 the Mission Hills United Methodist Church (MHUMC) invites the community to celebrate Spencer Topham at the patio of the church, located at 4044 Lark Street, San Diego, CA 92103. Spencer Topham, who worked at Kids Corner after-school program and led the Sidewalk Play Stop science and […]

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Do Tax Cuts Really Stimulate the Economy?

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

There’s a very popular economic theory that suggests that if tax rates are at zero or 100 percen, the government will raise no revenue in either case. At 100 percent, all income goes to the government so there is no incentive for people to work, while a tax rate of zero percent obviously raises no […]

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What Happens When You Fall Into a Weight Routine?

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

People enjoy having a routine. Getting up and going through the same motions every morning is comfortable for us. You always know what to expect and what you will get out of it. This habit can also spill over into our workout routines. When you are practicing weightlifting; aka resistance training, it is not uncommon […]

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Special Delivery Receives Grant to Feed Homeless and Those in Need

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Special Delivery Receives Grant to Feed Homeless and Those in Need

Special Delivery, a non-profit organization serving the nutritional needs of disadvantaged San Diegans, has received a grant from the County Employees’ Charitable Organization (CECO) to purchase nutritional foods stocked in its food pantry serving over 5,500 people annually, announced Ruth Henricks, founder and executive director, “We are thrilled to receive this very generous award from […]

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