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California Protons Treats 3,000th Patient with Proton Therapy

| May 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
California Protons Treats 3,000th Patient with Proton Therapy

California Protons Cancer Therapy Center recently announced the treatment of its 3,000th patient with proton therapy since the Center opened in 2014. The Center, located at 9730 Summers Ridge Road in San Diego, has been in operation for six years, with California Protons operating it since December 2017.   Proton therapy is a form of radiation treatment that is less […]

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Cabrillo National Monument Celebrates National Park Week With Junior Ranger Day and Plein Air Artists in the Park

| May 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
Cabrillo National Monument Celebrates National Park Week With Junior Ranger Day and Plein Air Artists in the Park

Cabrillo National Monument celebrated National Park Week with a Junior Ranger Day event on Saturday, April 17, and is holding a plein air painting by local artists through Monday, May 10.  Families were invited to pick up free copies of the park’s new Junior Ranger booklets from the Visitor Center and complete the activities as […]

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GI Film Festival San Diego Announces Virtual 2021 Season

| May 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
GI Film Festival San Diego Announces Virtual 2021 Season

Organizers of the GI Film Festival San Diego are thrilled to announce its diverse film lineup for their annual festival happening Tuesday, May 18 through Sunday, May 23. For the first time ever, the multi-day military-themed event is streamed online. Established in 2006 and brought to San Diego in 2015, the festival solely presents films […]

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Medicare Advantage has a (VERY) dark side

| May 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

If you’ve been stuck at home watching TV for the past 12 months, you’ve almost certainly seen at least one ad in which Joe Namath, the former NFL star, is promising all kinds of perks if you sign up for Medicare Advantage instead of ‘regular’ Medicare. It sounds like a great deal, and in some […]

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Eradicating pandemics one signature at a time – the Recall Reopening

| May 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
Eradicating pandemics one signature at a time – the Recall Reopening

By Sen. Scott Wilk If there’s one thing that’s consistent with Gov. Gavin Newsom during the pandemic, it’s inconsistency. Constantly moving goalposts have caused more economic harm in California than anywhere else in the country. While our unemployment rate hovers at around nine percent, one of the highest, more than 19,000 businesses have closed their […]

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Inflation – Here to Stay?

| April 5, 2021 | 0 Comments

The single greatest question facing investors at the moment is what will happen to inflation. This was highlighted with the grounding of a large freighter which recently blocked the Suez Canal, cutting off shipping between Asia, Europe and the U.S. East coast. Inflation affects interest rates and interest rates affect just about everything else. So […]

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Questions and Answers about Covid-19 Vaccines

| March 6, 2021 | 0 Comments
Questions and Answers about Covid-19 Vaccines

By Dr. Michelle McMurry-Heath Many Americans have questions about Covid-19 vaccines – and rightfully so. There’s lots of information out there, and researchers are learning new details about the virus daily. But the science is very clear: Getting communities vaccinated is a crucial step to returning to “normal” life. Here are some answers to frequently […]

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As Small Business Optimism Is at Its Lowest Level, Local Government Isn’t Helping or Responding

| March 6, 2021 | 0 Comments

Sadly, many small and independent business owners are beginning to wonder if there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Those hoping for an upturn in the economy aren’t confident that the business climate will get any better within the next six months. According to the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Optimism […]

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California’s Anti-Worker Law Shouldn’t be Imposed Nationwide

| February 25, 2021 | 0 Comments
California’s Anti-Worker Law Shouldn’t be Imposed Nationwide

By Patricia Bates Independent contracting and freelancing work have been under assault in California for years because, among other things, it interferes with unionizing efforts. California passed a law in 2019 that significantly hurt worker freedom (Assembly Bill 5) and Congress could pass a similar law this year (PRO Act) that would devastate freelancers across […]

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Greater Good Charities and Actor Chris Pratt Raise Funds for Feed Thy Neighbor Initiative

| February 7, 2021 | 0 Comments
Greater Good Charities and Actor Chris Pratt Raise Funds for Feed Thy Neighbor Initiative

Greater Good Charities and actor Chris Pratt award nearly $650,000 after successful Feed Thy Neighbor initiative to combat food insecurity across the U.S. that has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Hunger Site by GreaterGood and 12 Tomatoes covered all credit card processing fees so that 100 percent of every dollar given helps, and Greater Good […]

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