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Archive for March, 2018

What Now?

| March 5, 2018 | 0 Comments
What Now?

The National Conflict Resolution Center Celebrates 30 Years of Peacemaker Awards Thirty years ago, with a cadre of attorneys, activists, civic-minded citizens, Liz O’Brien, CEO of the S. D. Mediation Center, launched the organization’s Peacemaker Awards. It was time. The group, wholly dedicated to the practice, nevertheless struggled – as non-profits often do – with […]

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

Whispers and Shouts Here are the various answers I have recorded over time in response to the question: “What does your inner voice tell you?” Watch out! It acts as a warning system. Something in you says, “Pay attention.” This or that? Intuition is helpful in making decisions. You tune into body messages as you […]

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Best Indoor Cardio Workouts to Do Without a Treadmill

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Of course, a good weight-lifting session is always something that people love to do when hitting the gym, but in order to have the best overall health, it is important to add some cardio in as well. Studies show that overweight and obese people who begin exercise programs that involve both cardio and weight training […]

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Benefits of Wild Fires

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Benefits of Wild Fires

Going to hear naturalist Gary Ferguson speak on wild fires was difficult for me. I have been terrified of fire since I was five-years old when the kindergarten class, seated in a lotus position on wooden folding chairs so feet wouldn’t bang on the seat’s edge, saw a movie about what not to do to […]

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Third Annual Mission Hills 5k Run/Walk Returns Saturday, March 10

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Third Annual Mission Hills 5k Run/Walk Returns Saturday, March 10

The third annual Mission Hills 5k returns Saturday, March 10 at 8 am. Promising fun for the whole family, this fun run/walk will wind through the scenic, historic neighborhood of Mission Hills, beginning and ending at Grant K-8 (1425 Washington Place), a local, public school. Runners of all ages and fitness levels are encouraged to […]

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Mission Hill Heritage’s Legal Challenge Moving Forward

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Mission Hill Heritage’s Legal Challenge Moving Forward

A Comment on Building Heights and Affordability By Barry E. Hager The legal challenge filed by Mission Hills Heritage (MHH) to the new Uptown Community Plan reached a milestone last month with completion of the administrative record. MHH’s legal challenge was filed under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and is based on flaws in […]

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Uptown Planners

| March 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

Notice of Board Election Tuesday, March 6, 2018 – 6:00-7:30 p.m. Three seats will be filled at the election on March 6, 2018 for board terms of four years; which will begin on April 3, 2018. Qualifications to be Candidate: To be qualified to run for Uptown Planners a candidate must: (1.) be a resident, […]

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In the Life of a Stylist

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In the Life of a Stylist

Designer Territa Torres’ Las Vegas Fashion Week By Stylishly Aubree Lynn, Stylist/Producer/Writer Can’t top doing what you love in life? Well, I would like to introduce you to someone who fits the bill. I had the pleasure and honor of styling Fashion Week San Diego Designer Territa Torres’ look-book for Las Vegas Fashion Week this […]

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Billy Graham

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Billy Graham

By George Mitrovich Upon the passing of Billy Graham, I posted a tribute to him on Facebook and shared my tribute with close friends I frequently email on issues important to me. First, here is my tribute: The passing of Billy Graham ends an era, not alone for American Christianity, but in the world. In […]

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