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Archive for August, 2017

Composer John Luther Adams’ ‘The Wind Garden’ Debuts

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Composer John Luther Adams’ ‘The Wind Garden’ Debuts

19th Addition to the Stuart Collection at the UCSD It’s early morning and you’re strolling through a grove of eucalyptus trees when you hear the sounds, like bells softly trilling. Or is the wind whispering through the tall branches above? It is not your imagination; you have discovered the “The Wind Garden,” the 19th public […]

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

Pause and slow-breathe My theory of breathing: We can breathe our way to a less-zoomy, less-stressed life. We can slow-breathe ourselves calm. Do you know this? Normal breathing is 15 to 16 cycles of inhale/exhale per minute from the chest area, whereas less-zoomy breathing is seven to eight cycles per minute and from the lower […]

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Romesco Mexiterranean Cocina

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Romesco Mexiterranean Cocina

A Blend of Culinary Concepts San Diego is famous for its Mexican food. The history of the city and its proximity to Mexico have created a Latino influence that is reflected in the authentic flavors found in many local eateries, both large tourist oriented venues and small neighborhood locales. For years, Old Town, where San […]

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Overnight Accommodations Back at Warner Springs Ranch Resort

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Overnight Accommodations Back at Warner Springs Ranch Resort

10 Historic Cottages Now Open for Reservations Get a glimpse into the life of the Old West by staying in one of the 10 renovated historic cottages now available for overnight stays at Warner Springs Ranch Resort. Surrounded by tall oaks, sandstone and granite formations, vast meadows, rugged hills and streams, these cottages highlight the […]

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Growing Plants that Boast Medicinal Benefits

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Growing Plants that Boast Medicinal Benefits

By Violet Green Yep, I’m a plant nerd! I’ve spent most of my life dabbling in gardening (on the East Coast, then the Midwest, and now here in Southern CA) and playing with plants. I’m happiest with soil under my fingernails and on the bottoms of my feet. My current home garden boasts medicinal herbs, […]

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La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival 2017

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La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival 2017

By Stylishly Aubree Lynn Writer, Stylist and Producer This year I was officially invited by Producer Fred Sweet to attend the La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival. To say I was honored would be an understatement. Attending an event I had heard of, but hadn’t researched, felt very foreign to me. My first thought was […]

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What Now?

| August 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

So How’s the Family? Of course, Trump has known Putin. Not well, nor intimately, y’know. Actually, he only knew Putin for a day or two, back in 2016. It was casual-like. Lately, though, they re-upped, for an hour or so of hushed discussion with one interpreter, from English to Russian, but not one present for […]

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Enriching Your Garden and Discouraging Bugs

| August 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Enriching Your Garden and Discouraging Bugs

A More Effective and Economical Source of Gardening Products Andy Danenberger is part of the Voluntary Purchasing Group (VPG). Their focus is on keeping a garden healthy without sacrificing the environment. He brought a host of products that, if used properly while carefully following the directions on the package, will help you to do just […]

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Deliziosa Mission Hills — Sip, Shop, Enjoy

| August 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Deliziosa Mission Hills — Sip, Shop, Enjoy

by Krista Lombardi, President, Mission Hills BID and Lombardi Team at Scott and Quinn Real Estate Summer time and the livin’ is easy, especially in Mission Hills. One of the highlights for my business has been Concerts in the Park where we were title sponsors and shared information about the Mission Hills Business Improvement District […]

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August Musings

| August 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

When you average writing 7,000 words a week, there’s a possibility you may encounter what’s called, “writer’s block.” This may disappoint you, but so far it hasn’t happened to me. Which is to say my Sentinel column for August is a collection of random thoughts, rather than a single theme, as is my norm. I […]

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