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Common IRA Mistakes in Retirement and How to Avoid Them

| November 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

The most common IRA mistakes made in retirement are easy to avoid. Most come from not understanding the complex rules surrounding Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs). Others come from trying to game those rules to avoid paying taxes. As tempting as it might be to try to avoid paying taxes on retirement savings distributions, breaking the […]

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Yes on Prop 6 Campaign Is About the Gas Tax and To Protect Us From Unauthorized Spending

| November 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

Over the past year, some of us who believe that our state government has become greedy and frivolous about our tax dollars have decided to “push back.” It’s because we don’t believe the state government (Governor Brown and certain assembly members) should make bold and expensive decisions that impact us without our involvement and consent. […]

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California State Parks to Construct a New Outdoor Space at Old Town San Diego

| October 3, 2018 | 1 Comment
California State Parks to Construct a New Outdoor Space at Old Town San Diego

California State Parks and Senator President pro Tempore Toni Atkins hosted a press conference at 10 a.m. Monday, September 24, to announce the transformation of a Caltrans’ District 11 Office Complex (Complex) in Old Town San Diego State Historic Park (Old Town) into a new public open space, located at 2829 Juan Street in Old […]

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Territa Torres Brings Motherliness Maternity To Life

| October 3, 2018 | 0 Comments
Territa Torres Brings Motherliness Maternity To Life

This spring/summer I had the opportunity to work with Ready to Wear Designer Territa Torres on a special collection called Motherliness Maternity Wear. I came to her with an idea of expanding her clothing line because of my personal experience. Most of us realize that the maternity clothing market is limited for mothers who are […]

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Protecting Your Travel Investment

| October 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

A lot of Baby Boomers have been retiring recently, and a good many of them have spent that extra time travelling. For some, that has meant hopping in a recreational vehicle and roaming the highways and byways of the Continental United States. For others, that has meant jetting off to destinations they didn’t have time […]

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Plugged In

| October 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

My friend Raejean looked at her navigation screen on her Tesla and told me it’s time to plug in. We had taken a ride to Los Angeles to shop and were on our way home. Reaching San Clemente, her car gave her the information to find the nearest plug in spot and directed us to […]

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Mama’s Kitchen Hosts West Coast’s Largest Bake Sale

| October 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

The holiday season is fast-approaching. Ringing in the season for giving thanks is the citywide favorite, Mama’s Pies Thanksgiving Bake Sale, which brings together many of San Diego’s top pastry chefs, caterers and bakeries who donate hundreds of traditional Thanksgiving pies for the fundraiser. Now in its 14th year, Mama’s Pies Thanksgiving Bake Sale, formally […]

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On the Doing of Good Deeds

| October 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

By George Mitrovich There was a time, say ten or fifteen-years ago, okay, twenty, maybe 30, when I was the media-go-to-Democrat in San Diego. Not surprising, as I have had a very high public profile for someone who never ran for elective office, but also as someone involved in a great many public undertakings, from […]

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Torero! Artivista! Viva La REvolution! ?

| October 3, 2018 | 0 Comments
Torero! Artivista! Viva La REvolution! ?

Mario Torero’s lifelong dedication to both Chicano and ancient indigenous cultures is rooted in every aspect of the post-modern metropolis in transition. Torero’s border town attitude of survival through transition, sustainability and adaptation is very much alive in the colors of his paintings and murals.  He is showing his latest work at the Latchkey Brewing […]

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San Diego’s Homeless Scenario Brings Tension to Neighborhoods

| October 3, 2018 | 1 Comment
San Diego’s Homeless Scenario Brings Tension to Neighborhoods

Over the past several months I have been participating in meetings and efforts to address the homeless situation in various parts of urban San Diego. What is obvious is that all of us who live and work in these areas of the county are being impacted by an increasing experience with homeless people and encampments. […]

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