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State of San Diego Water

| February 5, 2017 | 0 Comments
State of San Diego Water

By Mike Wille, meteorologist California reservoirs saw a welcome turnaround in the annual winter rainy season of 2016-17, the likes of which we haven’t seen in six years. It was December 2010 where portions of the San Diego County mountains received a mega 14-plus inches of rain, challenging rivers as it raced back out to […]

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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

| January 16, 2017 | 0 Comments
Human TuneUp Column by Cath

Intent I’ve come to see the difference between intentions and intent. Intentions have a bit of fluffiness to them, as in having good intentions but nothing much happens – the kind of intentions associated with new year resolutions. Losing weight. Making more money. The ones that are usually dead by January’s end. Intent on the […]

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J*Company Youth Theatre Presents “The Wiz”

| January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
J*Company Youth Theatre Presents “The Wiz”

“Ease on Down the Road” with Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion in a trippy take on “The Wiz,” a contemporary revision of “The Wizard of Oz.” Performances of The Wiz will run from Friday, January 13 through Sunday, 29 at the David and Dorothea Garfield Theatre at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community […]

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Wishing You Health and Prosperity in 2017

| January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

by Krista Lombardi, President, Mission Hills BID Lombardi Team at Scott & Quinn Real Estate In Italy, it’s customary to eat cotechino con lenticchie or sausages and green lentils, just after midnight on New Year’s Day. Pigs symbolize progress. Legumes including beans, black eyed peas, and lentils are symbolic of money and are consumed with […]

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Save Our Heritage Organization Files Lawsuit on Controversial Project

| January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
Save Our Heritage Organization Files Lawsuit on Controversial Project

This past December 2016, Save Our Heritage Organisation filed a lawsuit in Superior Court to stop the controversial Balboa Park Plaza de Panama Project citing violations of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The $79 million construction of a massive bypass bridge, roads and paid-parking garage would irreparably damage the historic park, an internationally renowned […]

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Emilio Nares Foundation Dedicates Bell for Childhood Cancer Survivors

| January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
Emilio Nares Foundation Dedicates Bell for Childhood Cancer Survivors

This past December, childhood cancer patients at Rady Children’s Hospital received an inspirational opportunity to announce a victory milestone in their battles against cancer. The Emilio Nares Foundation (ENF), a non-profit organization that helps families navigate their child’s journey with cancer, dedicated the first, permanent childhood cancer Survivor Bell for the hospital’s oncology inpatient unit, […]

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Salad Subscription Service Delivers Healthy Meals

| January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
Salad Subscription Service Delivers Healthy Meals

Farmer’s Fix, a San Diego salad delivery company, offers weekly subscriptions of delicious and nutritious salads delivered directly to homes or offices. The salads are handmade in small batches every week using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Each salad is $10 and delivered weekly to customers’ doorsteps in reusable insulated bags with icepacks, staying fresh regardless […]

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The Diamond Process:

| January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Diamond Process:

How to Fix Your Organization and Effectively Lead People Do you need help moving your organization from chaos to order, or advice to achieve better balance? “The Diamond Process: How to Fix Your Organization and Effectively Lead People” (Greenleaf Book Group; April 17, 2017), is a timely new book that was written to will help […]

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Balance the New Year with Herbs

| January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

by Violet Green Phew! 2016 is finally over. The beginning of the calendar year often marks the end of a stressful holiday season. Sometimes we’re feeling drained from all of the holiday fun and running around, which is often exacerbated by sugar-filled, yummy homemade goodies or drinks that we’ve shared with friends and family. You […]

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Barons Market Opens Doors in North Park

| January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

In the heart of one of San Diego’s most vibrant and artistic neighborhoods, Barons Market announces that its North Park location is now open to the public. With its first urban store, the family-owned grocery store strived to create a market with as much character and charisma as the people who live in the community. […]

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