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North County Teen Plans Youth Leadership Workshop for 100 San Diego Freshmen

Jasdeep Shiota is a high school Junior at San Marcos high school in Carlsbad.  She was already involved in Link Crew and the Speech and Debate Club at her school and in her community.  Then last year she was chosen by her high school to attend the regional Hugh Brian Youth Leadership seminar for Southern […]

SCORE San Diego to offer workshops in January

SCORE San Diego to offer workshops in January

SCORE San Diego offers low-cost workshops on business development. The subjects range from writing a business plan to social media marketing and doing business with the government. Jan. 23 Using the Internet to Market Your Business Cost: $49 National University 3678 Aero Court San Diego, CA 92123 Jan. 24 Business Plan 4: Financial Planning & […]

California Hospice and Palliative Care Association Honors  Nathan Adelson Hospice with Notable Awards

California Hospice and Palliative Care Association Honors Nathan Adelson Hospice with Notable Awards

White House Honors San Diego Veteran Elizabeth Perez as a Champion of Change

White House Honors San Diego Veteran Elizabeth Perez as a Champion of Change

Elizabeth Perez and GC Green where honored by The White House as a Champion of Change – Veteran Advancing Clean Energy and Climate Security. As part of the Champions of Change program, the White House recognizes every day Americans who are making positive changes in their communities. This champions’ event was designed to honor veterans […]

Bolander Law Group, Local Professionals, Nonprofit Agencies and Sponsors to Host Free 3rd Annual Adoption Experience

Bolander Law Group, Local Professionals, Nonprofit Agencies and Sponsors to Host Free 3rd Annual Adoption Experience

Bolander Law Group and event co-sponsors, Walden Family Services and San Diego Youth Services, are hosting its 3rd annual Adoption Experience at the Handlery Hotel in Mission Valley on Nov. 2. This annual event features a free, one day, one-of-a-kind seminar to provide prospective adopting parents with everything they need to know about the adoption […]

The Nutcracker Market scheduled for Nov. 9-10 to support the San Diego School of Ballet

The Nutcracker Market scheduled for Nov. 9-10 to support the San Diego School of Ballet

The Nutcracker Market is scheduled for Nov. 9-10 at NTC Liberty Station, San Diego’s flagship civic, arts and cultural district. In its inaugural year, this shopping event is already creating a buzz within the Greater San Diego and regional cultural communities and we expect excellent attendance. The Nutcracker Market will consist of approximately 100 vendors […]

Over 26,000 Students Enroll in Third Season of “Reading Wranglers”

Over 26,000 Students Enroll in Third Season of “Reading Wranglers”

Six-week program encouraging kids to read kicks off Monday The Las Vegas Wranglers and The Public Education Foundation’s Clark County READS program announced Wednesday the return of the third annual “Reading Wranglers” program, a partnership designed to encourage good reading habits in elementary schools across the county. The “Reading Wranglers” program rewards students with various community-donated prizes […]

Hidden Las Vegas: The 6th (!) Annual Barrett Jackson Road Rally

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Hidden Las Vegas: The 6th (!) Annual Barrett Jackson Road Rally

Written and photos by Jake Conlee The sixth (!) annual Barrett Jackson Road Rally is another Las Vegas Gem that happens right under our noses, and it is not only FREE, but very cool. It is also the beginning of a huge weekend here in town. Since it’s inception at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in […]

Hidden Las Vegas: The Goldstrom Collection of Hot Rods and Memorabilia

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Hidden Las Vegas: The Goldstrom Collection of Hot Rods and Memorabilia

By Jake Conlee One of my favorite facts about Las Vegas, is that most of the hidden gems are right under our noses. Tucked away in ambiguous strip malls, or buried within the concrete maze of non-descript industrial parks, are numerous businesses that keep our city sparkling. In these places, our city is being lit […]

Performing Arts in America: A Timeless Tale of Future Trends Affecting the Arts

Performing Arts in America: A Timeless Tale of Future Trends Affecting the Arts

What does the future hold for the dance community and other arts? “Issues of cultural preservation, equity and representation are important in and of themselves, but are also of concern, as they link to growth and development, economics, tourism, public funding and other cultural areas,” -Maria Rosario Jackson, American for the Arts By Chandra Healy […]

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