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Tell Our Elected Officials We Pay for Clean Water; So Stop Contaminating It

| September 14, 2016 | 0 Comments
Tell Our Elected Officials We Pay for Clean Water; So Stop Contaminating It

It is five years later and finally the glue that holds the fluoridation house of cards together is starting to collapse. It’s mainly because those who support it haven’t been willing to have a rational debate/discussion about it. And, I know from experience. Back in 2011, I became one of hundreds of people who created […]

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Spreckels Organ Society Presents “Bach to Bowie”

| August 2, 2016 | 0 Comments
Spreckels Organ Society Presents “Bach to Bowie”

Due to travel complications, The Spreckels Organ Society announced that the previously announced artist, Kevin Bowyer, organist to the University of Glasgow in Scotland, will not perform this season. Instead, the Festival concert at 7:30 p.m., Monday, August 1 at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion will feature San Diego Civic Organist, Carol Williams, and the CW […]

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Independence Comes With Responsibility

| July 9, 2016 | 0 Comments
Independence Comes With Responsibility

As Americans, we know this month starts with lots of celebrations. We celebrate our independence and the people who made it possible. We are reminded that there was a resolution of independence that had been proposed declaring the United States independent from Great Britain’s rule. There was also a Declaration of Independence, a statement explaining […]

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Baseball Legends to Make Appearances at MLB All-Star Fanfest

| May 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
Baseball Legends to Make Appearances at MLB All-Star Fanfest

Free Autographs, Q&As, Clinics and More with Price of Admission More than 40 legends of Major League Baseball and the San Diego Padres will make appearances at MLB All-Star FanFest from July 8 through 12, 2016 at the San Diego Convention Center. Fans will have the opportunity to receive free autographs and participate in question-and-answer […]

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San Diego Artist Invites Guests to Contribute to Her Creation

| May 2, 2016 | 0 Comments
San Diego Artist Invites Guests to Contribute to Her Creation

Recently I had the opportunity to communicate with a local artist who enjoys creating large format artwork and to make the process “inclusive.” Nan Coffey, a contemporary artist, says she’s not exactly sure what motivated her to begin creating in such a large format, and to invite participation. However, she prefers the large format because […]

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Running for an Important Cause

| April 3, 2016 | 0 Comments
Running for an Important Cause

Recently I met with two of my close friends (Richard and Diane Nares) who were excited to share with me a collaborative program that was benefitting a non-profit organization that they helped to create. The Emilio Nares Foundation (ENF), founded in 2003, has been serving low-income families whose children are fighting cancer. The organization’s most […]

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Ahley Bathgate Solo Cello

| March 9, 2016 | 0 Comments
Ahley Bathgate Solo Cello

Ashley Bathgate has been described as an “eloquent new music interpreter” (New York Times) and a “rising star of her instrument” (Albany Times Union) who combines “bittersweet lyricism along with ferocious chops” (New York Magazine). Her “impish ferocity,” “rich tone” and imaginative phrasing” (New York Times) have made her one of the most sought after […]

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Singer Gillian Margot Reinvents a Diverse Mix of Jazz, Soul and Pop Songs

| February 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Singer Gillian Margot Reinvents a Diverse Mix of Jazz, Soul and Pop Songs

All-Star Cast and Grammy-Nominated Pianist Combine their Talents Up-and-coming singer Gillian Margot is just as much at home with jazz standards as she is with R&B, blues and the sophisticated side of pop music. She’s earned an avid global following from Asia to her native Canada and the USA. On her debut album as a […]

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Malashock Dance to Open 2016 Season with ‘Signatures’ Performances

| January 3, 2016 | 0 Comments
Malashock Dance to Open 2016 Season with ‘Signatures’ Performances

To kick-off the company’s 28th season, Malashock Dance aims to deliver big plans and big impact through more accessible programming. The schedule begins with “Malashock Signatures,” an intimate and thrilling program of dance that highlights two “signature” works and two world premieres by John Malashock, artistic director, Malashock Dance. Performances will be held Jan. 22 […]

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“The Nutcracker” Features Live Symphony Accompaniment

| December 2, 2015 | 0 Comments
“The Nutcracker” Features Live Symphony Accompaniment

California Ballet Company presents “The Nutcracker” this December at the San Diego Civic Theatre, accompanied by the Classics Philharmonics (December 12-13, 2015) and the San Diego Symphony (December 16-20, 2015). This annual production has entertained audiences for 45 years with Director Maxine Mahon’s playful interpretation America’s favorite holiday ballet. Tchaikovsky’s extravagant score comes to life […]

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