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August – the “Reset Button” of the Year

| August 2, 2011 | 0 Comments
August – the “Reset Button” of the Year

When I was a child my visual image of the year was a circle where New Year was on the bottom and opposite on the top was August. It seemed to me that the middle of my endless seeming summers was the climax of the year which divided it into two halves. Whereas the mathematical […]

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Lamont Street Grill – Smart Local Dining

| July 21, 2011 | 0 Comments
Lamont Street Grill – Smart Local Dining

Many restaurants in our city advertise extensively to attract tourists and locals to their tables. One must wonder how small, local eateries can compete, how they can stay in business. Indeed, many don’t stay in business. The failure rate of small, undercapitalized restaurants is extremely high. But there are some small restaurants that keep on […]

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The Jewel of the City Saved from Costly and Massive Redevelopment

| July 17, 2011 | 1 Comment
The Jewel of the City Saved from Costly and Massive Redevelopment

Friends of Balboa Park grateful for community support What began as the restoration of Plaza de Panama, and a pedestrian friendly environment, suddenly became a major redevelopment of Balboa Park. The initial plan was to “polish” the jewel of San Diego for the 2015 Centennial of the Pacific-Panama Exposition. This past June thousands of San […]

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Clean up the Neighborhood with Graffiti Removal Spray!

| July 15, 2011 | 0 Comments
Clean up the Neighborhood with Graffiti Removal Spray!

Motsenbocker’s LIFT OFF line of Earth Friendly products is turning heads around the world. A REAL GREEN PRODUCT since 1978. The most effective removers & cleaners in the world THAT REALLY WORK and are 3 ways safe: for the environment, for any surface and for the people who use them. Invented and made in USA. […]

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Mission Hills Concerts in the Park 2011

| July 15, 2011 | 0 Comments
Mission Hills Concerts in the Park 2011

18th Annual  Mission Hills’ Summer Concerts in the Park From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, July 15, July 22, July 29, August 5, August 12 and August 19, Mission Hills/Pioneer Park, located at 1425 Washington Place (next to Grant Elementary) enjoy a concert for guests and residents of the neighborhood: July 15 – […]

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Amtrak California Ridership and Revenue Off the Charts

| July 14, 2011 | 0 Comments
Amtrak California Ridership and Revenue Off the Charts

California motorists left the highways in record numbers over the past 12 months to ride two of California’s highly successful intercity passenger rail corridors, Caltrans announced today. Led by the San Joaquin corridor, which serves the Central Valley, linking Los Angeles and Bakersfield with Sacramento and the Bay Area, California’s state supported intercity passenger rail […]

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