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Joe Sabolick on KUSI Good Morning San Diego

| November 12, 2011 | 3 Comments
Joe Sabolick on KUSI Good Morning San Diego

Sabolick writes the most uplifting music. It touches your soul. Music is the soundtrack of our lives. When you hear 20 seconds of a song it takes you to the memory you associate with that song. Tony Robbins always starts his live events with what he calls “power songs” because music helps transform your mood. […]

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A Point Loma Tradition – All Souls’ Saint Nicholas Home Tour

| November 5, 2011 | 0 Comments
A Point Loma Tradition – All Souls’ Saint Nicholas Home Tour

Marketplace and Tea The longest running holiday home tour west of the Mississippi celebrates its 60th Diamond Jubilee with this year’s offering of six Point Loma homes. A Saint Nicholas Marketplace, Afternoon Tea, and featured musicians at All Souls’ Episcopal Church are also included in the day’s festivities. The Diamond Jubilee event takes place from […]

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Heroes Rise to the Occasion

| October 6, 2011 | 0 Comments
Heroes Rise to the Occasion

Some people say “Heroes are born,” some believe heroes are manufactured by the media. I believe that heroes are ordinary people who in times of crisis decide to step up and do something for others. This story tells of a few people that live in San Diego who rose to the occasion when it counts. […]

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Hooyah! Celebrating 100 Years of Chevy + 100 Years of Naval Aviation

| October 6, 2011 | 0 Comments
Hooyah! Celebrating 100 Years of Chevy + 100 Years of Naval Aviation

Man has dreamed of going fast and flying high since the dawn of time, and at the 2011 Coronado Speed Fest, we celebrated 100 years of innovation at Chevrolet together with 100 years of advancements in naval aviation. From the historic military plane flyovers to the dozens of vintage Chevy racers on the racetrack, the […]

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Bravo Mo`olelo

| September 10, 2011 | 0 Comments
Bravo Mo`olelo

By Ilene Hubbs I hope most readers are aware of an innovative socially conscious theater that is getting rave reviews for their performances. Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company has been around since 2004 playing at various venues, including the first theater to be chosen as the inaugural resident theater company at La Jolla Playhouse. Now Mo`olelo […]

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“When Hollywood Comes to San Diego…Wait I’m already here.”

| August 2, 2011 | 0 Comments
“When Hollywood Comes to San Diego…Wait I’m already here.”

A geek moment with Mark Christopher Lawrence Actor and comic Mark Christopher Lawrence is best known for his role as Big Mike on NBC’s “Chuck,” but anyone who has followed his career knows it is only the latest in a string of successes. As “Chuck” enters its 5th and final season, Mark Christopher Lawrence’s name […]

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New Expressions Music Presents Fiddle, Guitar workshops, Concerts

| August 2, 2011 | 0 Comments
New Expressions Music Presents Fiddle, Guitar workshops, Concerts

New Expressions Music at 4434 30th Street in San Diego presents a series of fiddle and guitar workshops on August 6th and August 27th for beginners and intermediate players, and at a reasonable cost of $30.  Anyone who has ever considered learning the fiddle, or fiddlers who want to improve their tone and technique should […]

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