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Can We Rely on Government Officials to Be Taxpayer Advocates?

| February 5, 2023 | 0 Comments

For any of us who subscribe to Nextdoor, which was initially a good site to seek information on neighborhood services and make connections, it’s become hot with negative comments about City Hall, primarily with our elected officials who have elected to ignore the concerns of San Diegans. One of the recent comments was about the […]

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Lions Tigers & Bears Offers “Bear-y” Special Valentine’s Day Offers and Gifts  

| February 5, 2023 | 0 Comments
<strong>Lions Tigers & Bears Offers “Bear-y” Special Valentine’s Day Offers and Gifts  </strong><br><br>

San Diego’s Lions, Tigers & Bears, an accredited big cat and exotic animal sanctuary, is offering Valentine’s Day activities for couples, friends and families – for the adventurous type, the romantic type – or both.  Impress your Valentine with an “un-fur-gettable” overnight stay at White Oak Wild Nights, the sanctuary’s on-site luxury retreat overlooking the vast […]

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Mission Hills Artists Win “Best” For Their Entries

| January 10, 2023 | 0 Comments
<strong>Mission Hills Artists Win “Best” For Their Entries</strong>

Mission Hills artist Ann Slater has won the Best of Miniatures award in the highly competitive December Members Show “Do you Hear What I Hear…” on display in the San Diego Watercolor Society gallery at 2825 Dewey Road in Liberty Station, San Diego.  Ann’s painting entitled “A Calm Moment” was selected by nationally known juror […]

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Remembering Tom McGibeny

| January 9, 2023 | 0 Comments
<strong>Remembering Tom McGibeny</strong>

One of Mission Hills’s biggest fans and residents was Tom McGibeny.  Born in 1942, Tom was raised as an Air Force “brat” and moved frequently during his youth, including six times while in high school.  While attending Arizona State in 1966 he was drafted into the Army and sent to Viet Nam. It was during […]

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Hope for the New Year

| January 9, 2023 | 0 Comments
<strong>Hope for the New Year</strong>

During my lifetime I have had the opportunity to work with some incredible people, including those who made it possible for me to dream and live outside the box.  One of those people I refer to is Phyllis Schwartz, who I met and worked with when I was the executive producer of First Night San […]

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Historical San Diego Hardware Retail Store Adds Online Services

| January 9, 2023 | 0 Comments
<strong>Historical San Diego Hardware Retail Store Adds Online Services</strong>

San Diego Hardware, offering the largest selection of decorative hardware in San Diego, is celebrating 130 years in business this month. Founded in 1892 on Dec. 8 in San Diego, the company is still owned by one of the original founding families and is one of the ten oldest family-owned businesses in San Diego.  In […]

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“The Nutcracker” Returns to the Historic San Diego Civic Youth Ballet

| December 3, 2022 | 0 Comments
“The Nutcracker” Returns to the Historic San Diego Civic Youth Ballet

Celebrate the holiday season at the ballet in Balboa Park by taking an extraordinary journey to the magical Land of the Sweets with brave young Clara and her Nutcracker Prince in San Diego Civic Youth Ballet’s beloved annual production of “The Nutcracker.”  Witness an epic battle between toy soldiers and mice before being whisked away to […]

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“Anxious Nation” Released at the Coronado Island Festival

| November 6, 2022 | 0 Comments
“Anxious Nation” Released at the Coronado Island Festival

Supermodel turned super mogul Kathy Ireland, Academy Award winning documentary filmmaker Vanessa Roth and 21-time New York Times bestselling author Laura Morton presented the world premiere of their documentary, “Anxious Nation,” which took place this past month at the Coronado Island Film Festival.  What sets this film apart?  This film is not celebrity focused by design. While […]

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Internationally Acclaimed Lightscape Coming to San Diego Botanic Garden For 2022 Holiday Season

| November 6, 2022 | 0 Comments
Internationally Acclaimed Lightscape Coming to San Diego Botanic Garden For 2022 Holiday Season

Lightscape will transform the 37-acre San Diego Botanic Garden from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Friday, November 18 through Sunday, January 1, except for Christmas Day. The enchanting, after-dark, illuminated trail will span one mile and feature spectacular sights with eye-catching artistic installations from international artists that come alive at night with color, imagination, and sound. […]

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64th Annual Las Posadas Takes Place at Heritage Park in Old Town San Diego

| November 5, 2022 | 0 Comments
64th Annual Las Posadas Takes Place at Heritage Park in Old Town San Diego

Join us for the 64th Annual Las Posadas event in Heritage County Park in Old Town San Diego which takes place at 7 p.m., Friday, December 9 at 2454 Heritage Park Row. Presented by the Old Town San Diego Chamber of Commerce, Old Town Trolley Tours, and the Mormon Battalion Historic Site, Las Posadas (“the […]

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