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Archive for June, 2018

WHAT NOW?

| June 4, 2018 | 1 Comment

Music Saves Here are all the things you can’t think about while you’re playing music: Did I pay my mortgage? I know I put the payment on automatic, but does it begin this month? Next month? Should I wear the floral skirt? Maybe basic black’s better. Are Syria’s wars ever going to end? Nope. Even […]

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

Summer Murals of Appreciation I came of age with the military when I sort of knew my uncles were in World War II but it never occurred to me to ask them what that was like for them. I remember somehow knowing not to ask. By the time I was waking up to an outside-of-Niles-Michigan […]

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Hanging Out in La La Land

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Hanging Out in La La Land

By Aubree Lynn, Stylist/Writer/Producer Back in November of 2016 I had the beautiful and talented actress, producer and entrepreneur, Tamera Mowry Housley, co-host of the Emmy winning talk show, “The Real,” take over my Instagram. Since then I had been asked if I wanted to go to the show to connect with the co-host and […]

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Mission Hills BID Asks for Community Feedback on Reynard Way

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Mission Hills BID Asks for Community Feedback on Reynard Way

Three years ago, the Mission Hills BID Design Committee and the Mission Hills Parking Advisory Committee began discussing the Reynard Way area. About the same time, the Mission Hills Town Council formed a Reynard Way Ad Hoc Committee and invited residents and business owners to Saturday morning meetings, which included Reynard Way walk-abouts. In 2017, […]

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Reducing the Risk of Wildfires*

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Reducing the Risk of Wildfires*

Last January Gary Ferguson spoke of some of the results of wild fires. He covered aspects of its benefits and those of its dangers. We know that today wildfires occur with increasing frequency; they burn hotter and faster; and they are incredibly difficult to contain. The consequences of wild fires are ecologically and economically enormous. […]

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Roth Conversions: More Important Than Ever Before

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A Roth Conversion is when you distribute money out of a regular IRA and “convert” it into a Roth IRA. Because you are taking a distribution from your IRA, this creates taxable income. If the funds are then left in the Roth IRA for five years or more (and you are over 59½), earnings in […]

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Best Muscle Workouts for Your Glutes

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Best Muscle Workouts for Your Glutes

Are you trying to get optimal muscle definition for the summer months especially in the booty? If so, you may be starting to hit the gym or research some weight training ideas to bolster your backside. You probably are already familiar with doing a squat, as they are an effective way to sculpt your legs […]

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Walkabout Australia Opens at San Diego Zoo Safari Park

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Walkabout Australia Opens at San Diego Zoo Safari Park

The Safari Park is known for its expansive habitats featuring African and Asian species, but now it offers a view into the Land Down Under, featuring Australia’s interesting and unique species. Walkabout Australia takes guests through four different types of Australian habitats: grassland, rain forest, wetlands and desert. Featured animals include western gray kangaroos, red-necked […]

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Point Loma Teen Leads “MayMatters” Community Service Fundraiser

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Point Loma Teen Leads “MayMatters” Community Service Fundraiser

The School for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SET High) announces “MayMatters,” an inaugural community service and fundraising initiative that encourages social entrepreneurism and assists local charities and their school. Not only do students, their friends, and their family members spend time volunteering, but also raise funds for the organizations as well. It’s a new twist on […]

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The New Mission Hills-Hillcrest Branch Library Expands in Size and Content

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The New Mission Hills-Hillcrest Branch Library Expands in Size and Content

Due for completion of construction September 2018, and to open in January 2019, the Harley and Bessie Knox Library of Mission Hills and Hillcrest will be one-story with two stories of underground parking. In addition to shelves of books, it will include a children’s area, computers, media, media-making such as 3-D printers and other technology, […]

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