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Human TuneUp Column by Cath

| March 8, 2019 | 0 Comments
Human TuneUp Column by Cath

If you’re urban, you likely know the intersections that are interminable. The ones where we could eat dinner…grrrrrr. ADVICE: A simple shift from grrrrr can do wonders: from fuming-with-delay to pausing, breathing and looking around. Let it be a small shift into the “now-moment-zenishness” of where you are. Ha! But, really. Use it as a […]

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Art & Empire: The Golden Age of Spain

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Art & Empire: The Golden Age of Spain

The San Diego Museum of Art, located at 1450 El Prado in Balboa Park, presents the exhibition Art & Empire: The Golden Age of Spain, featuring more than 100 outstanding works by leading artists from Spain and its global territories during the pivotal years of around 1600 to 1750. On view May 18, 2019 through […]

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Just in Time for Foster Youth’s 6th Annual Celebration

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Just in Time for Foster Youth (JIT) will hold its 6th Annual Walk the Talk fundraising celebration from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday, March 23, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine, to raise awareness and resources for transition age foster youth in San Diego County. The theme of this year’s event […]

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A Reading Addict

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A Reading Addict

I have an addictive psyche. I am addicted to overeating and buying shoes, but I am not addicted to alcohol or coffee or sodas. At times I have mastered food and shoes, but not my earliest addiction: reading. Long before I could read, I took a book with me wherever I went. Our bathroom had […]

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Should I Retire in A Lower Tax State?

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When considering how to plan for a comfortable retirement, taxes are a significant consideration. Taxes of all types are among the largest contributors to your cost of living during retirement, and cost of living can make the difference between a comfortable retirement and a meager one. What’s more, high state and local taxes have been […]

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George Mitrovich Makes Huge Contribution to San Diego’s Central Library

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George Mitrovich Makes Huge Contribution to San Diego’s Central Library

This past month, George Mitrovich and his son Mark Mitrovich met with librarian Misty Jones for the purpose of selecting space where his library, approximately 4,000 books, will be publicly available for reading and reflection. When the library staff has finished cataloguing the books and space is readied, there will be a ceremony marking the […]

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“Eat. Drink. Read. A Culinary Event for Literacy”

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“Eat. Drink. Read. A Culinary Event for Literacy”

For the tenth year, the San Diego Council on Literacy (SDCOL) is challenging San Diego’s finest chefs to prepare gourmet dishes inspired by their favorite book or literary character for its annual “Eat. Drink. Read. A Culinary Event for Literacy.” To be held from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, May 2 at the San […]

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National Conflict Resolution Center Presents the 31st Annual Peacemaker Awards Dinner

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National Conflict Resolution Center Presents the 31st Annual Peacemaker Awards Dinner

National Conflict Resolution Center (NCRC) presents the 31st Annual Peacemaker Awards Dinner on Saturday, April 6, starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront at 1 Park Boulevard. The theme of this year’s event is “Celebrating Human Dignity” honoring individuals and organizations dedicated to peacemaking in their own neighborhoods and around the world. […]

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Mission Hill-Hillcrest Branch Library

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Mission Hill-Hillcrest Branch Library

Friends Bookstore For more than 35 years, the Friends of the Mission Hills Library have raised funds to provide needed materials to the Library and support Library programs for the community. Book carts placed outside of the now-closed former branch, monthly Saturday book sales, and sales of books on Amazon generated most of the Friends’ […]

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Churches & Civil Society

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Churches & Civil Society

By George Mitrovich On Christmas Eve at the Church of the Resurrection (United Methodist) in Leawood, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City, an offering was taken for the church’s many charities, including a school built in Lebanon for some of the 750,000 Syrian children whose schools have been destroyed in Syria’s civil war, The senior […]

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