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How Green Tea Can Benefit You

| August 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Many cultures are very devoted to their tea, and rightfully so. The health benefits of various types of teas have been known for centuries. One of the most fascinated things about teas is that they can soothe you while also boosting your sense of alertness. This is especially true of green tea. People are very […]

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Granny’s Got an Axe to Grind

| August 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Granny’s Got an Axe to Grind

Local senior began writing thrillers and horror novels in her seventies When 84-year-old University Heights resident Sharon Hawes tells people she’s authored two books, they assume she spins cozy mysteries or historical romance novels. She looks as though she might write sweet children’s picture books about baby unicorns and winged pixies casting magical spells in […]

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Local Ronald McDonald House Receives Gifts from UnitedHealthcare

| March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments
Local Ronald McDonald House Receives Gifts from UnitedHealthcare

UnitedHealthcare donated Valentine’s Day-themed gifts to families at Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego this past February. The gifts, in the form of 150 toy bags for kids, were delivered to families and officials of the Ronald McDonald House. In addition to toys, the colorful packages – known as Grins 2 Go bags – […]

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Hispanic Media Awakens to Fluoridegate and Fluoridation Harm

| January 21, 2016
Hispanic Media Awakens to Fluoridegate and Fluoridation Harm

Telemundo, a major news and programming outlet for Hispanics here in the U.S., has produced a three-part series in Spanish that aired recently. The series is called: Drinking Water or Poison? For the first time, CDC was put on the defensive about fluoridation harm to Latinos, and an interview happened at CDC. The first piece […]

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Italian With A Twist – Davati Enoteca

| December 5, 2015 | 0 Comments
Italian With A Twist – Davati Enoteca

Davanti Enoteca opened in Little Italy some four years ago, the local expansion of a Chicago-based restaurant group founded by Chef Scott Harris. A second local location is in Del Mar. Harris’ restaurant group now operates 33 restaurants in four states, of which 23 locations are Mia Francesca sophisticated fine dining concepts, five Glazed & […]

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California Native Brings New Music Home

| July 6, 2015 | 0 Comments
California Native Brings New Music Home

Natalie Cressman to Perform at Dizzy’s Singer, songwriter, and trombonist Natalie Cressman will bring her Brooklyn-based band back home to California for a six-show run in July. Cressman will be joined by trumpeter Ivan Jackson, guitarist Mike Bono, bassist Jonathan Stein, and drummer Michael Mitchell. The San Francisco-raised instrumentalist and chanteuse returns to her old […]

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A Glass of “Wooder” Please

| June 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

I laughed when she ordered a glass of “wooder” and the waitress had no clue as to what she was saying. Her thick South Jersey accent was so foreign to our San Diego born and bred server that she sounded like she was speaking a different language. I have been here 38 years and had […]

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VIDEO: Help Get the F Out…of Austin!

| February 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

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Mother of Balboa Park

| February 3, 2015 | 0 Comments
Mother of Balboa Park

Katherine Olivia Sessions Yesterday a local San Diegan saw me reading a book written by Kate Sessions. She asked who Kate was. I was surprised. I thought every San Diegan should know who this woman was and what she accomplished for San Diego. Obviously, what I know not everyone else has learned. I’ve had the […]

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VIDEO: Pediatrician Speaks Out On Fluoridation

| May 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

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