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Archive for June, 2017

Write Out Loud Presents “The Open Road”

| June 6, 2017 | 0 Comments
Write Out Loud Presents “The Open Road”

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 – announces “The Open Road,” the final production in their 10th Anniversary Season. Write Out Loud Story Concerts bring literature to life – aloud – with rehearsed readings by […]

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Embraceable Summer

| June 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

by Krista Lombardi, president, Mission Hills BID | Realtor, Lombardi Team at Scott and Quinn Real Estate A very special tradition in Italy is the preparation of nocino liqueur from unripe walnuts and eating snails in celebration of the Summer Solstice and the night of St. John, on June 24. Bonfires are lit and music, […]

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What Now?

| June 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Hey, Thanks for Asking… So…not to bore you, but I’m sure you’re anxious to learn how I’m doing, what with that ugly New York city sidewalk pothole trip – really, trip – to be followed, before I even retired the crutches, by a relentless attack of bronchial something or another, which dotes on me, mystifies […]

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

Time Out I was young and out to save the world. From a hometown of 12,000, I was testing the waters of the big city. I came west from Michigan to California with my college degree and ended up working in the downtown welfare office. My job was to take applications for welfare and determine […]

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Showing Gratitude for our Fathers and Forefathers

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It’s impossible for me to not realize the importance of the month of June. It’s when most of us take time to show gratitude for our fathers. My father was an exceptional human being and amazing father. I also know that he lived a hard life. He helped me to understand that hardships and life’s […]

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Do Not Annoy or Molest the Alligators

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Do Not Annoy or Molest the Alligators

Guessing game…where am I? There is no upper age limit for women on wearing short shorts or for men who cut the sleeves out of their tee shirts. Gnomes, pink flamingoes and leaping dolphins’ main habitat is front yards of homes. There are billboards that flash noting how long it will take, at any given […]

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Learning by Example

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Learning by Example

by Dove Braunstein I am sitting on a bench just outside the curved, sea-green bars that surround the Ocean Beach (OB) skate park. It is an afternoon that reminds me why I call San Diego home; late winter, and you’d swear it was summer. My dog, Zephyr (who, fittingly, is named after the Zephyr skateboard […]

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To Feed the Family

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To Feed the Family

We were told to bring our appetites, so we did. Craig Madden spoke at the Mission Hills Garden Club’s March meeting. And, yes, we did get to eat. However, first we heard how he came to his current philosophy and lifestyle concerning food. Four and a half years ago, Madden’s baby girl was ready for […]

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Apollo 13’s Fred Haise Attends America Celebrates the 45th Anniversary

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Apollo 13’s Fred Haise Attends America Celebrates the 45th Anniversary

A star-studded forum of astronauts and mission control directors will share in-depth personal experiences from NASA’s legendary Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space programs with Museum guests during a rare special event, America Celebrates the 45th Anniversary of Apollo 16, at the San Diego Air & Space Museum in Balboa Park on Wednesday, June 7. Fred […]

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Big Face Smile Entertainment Is a Hit!

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Big Face Smile Entertainment Is a Hit!

  When it comes to fashion shows around town, it is the norm to have designers presenting their collections and vendors supporting this cause. There are shows all over town that I have attended with this same sentiment. I can honestly say, there is always something unique and refreshing about each of them. With no […]

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