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Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Photos and story by Lucy Wheeler In September, over 600 communities, nationwide, gathered to ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s.  San Diego’s Imperial Chapter held its North County event at ...

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Educator on a Mission Quest

Californian to honor the past on 800-mile pilgrimage to each of the 21 California Missions San Mateo CA— Christian Clifford, author of three books about Spanish-Mexican history in ...

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GlenBrook Health Center Introduces New Pets – Batteries Included

By Lucy Wheeler GlenBrook Health Center, 1950 Calle Barcelona in Carlsbad, has always known pets play an important part in people’s lives, no matter at what age.  This year, ...

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Protoje’s Penetrating Perspective (The Interview)

By Stephen A. Cooper As much or more than any album in recent memory, in any genre, reggae star Protoje’s “A Matter of Time” – released at the ...

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The Bots Are Coming; The Bots Are Coming!

By Lucy Wheeler If Paul Revere were making his famous midnight ride in this modern era, he would raise his LED lantern from the window of his leased ...

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Don Diego’s Top Scholar, Angelina Manasan, is “Positively” the Best

Del Mar CA— Omaha-based Creighton University, the prestigious destination for Don Diego Scholarship Foundation’s top 2018 recipient, Angelina (Gigi) Manasan of San Diego, says it offers a highly ...

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Workshopping Myself with Writer Steve Hauk

By Stephen Cooper Because I’m blessed, but also, because I’m a writer and therefore accursed with all the selfish, self-doubting sensibilities writers share, this past Memorial Day weekend ...

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Stu Journey- A Dog’s Tale

By: Faye Schultz Founder of SPOT Oceanside CA— Like so many others before him, Stu, a 55 lb black and white pointer mix, came into the shelter as ...

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Legacy of Love Begins on Track

Del Mar CA— The odds-on favorite at the Del Mar Racetrack on November 18, 2017 was not a horse, but a young San Marcos couple deeply in love. ...

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The Faces of Dia de los Muertos, Oceanside 2017

Oceanside CA—The annual Dia de los Muertos, event at the Mission San Luis Rey, in Oceanside, continues to grow in popularity with thousands attending the celebration on Sunday. ...

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Make that 155 Nations and Counting

By Tom Morrow OsideNews Columnist Oceanside’s Jim Schroder has traveled to every continent on earth except Antarctica  – and he’ll be going there next August. Of all the ...

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Terminally Ill Norma Walker’s Salute to Life

95-year-old Vet Norma Walker Lives Joyfully at Home Despite Terminal Diagnosis By Marilyn Campbell Carlsbad CA— It may astonish some people to discover that a nonagenarian on Hospice ...

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Snapshots from the 2017 Tri-City Medical Center-Oceanside Independence Parade

Oceanside CA— Oceansides’ annual Independence Parade took place Saturday morning, July 1, 2017 with Chuck Atkinson, President and co-founder of the Veterans Association of North County (VANC) Resource ...

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Oceanside Residents Kickin’ Fitness up a Notch

Oceanside CA— “This is so addicting. I’m just shaving off the pounds.” said Melissa Sinclair after a one-hour class at iLoveKickboxing(ILKB) in Oceanside. Her sentiments were echoed by ...

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Spectacular Christmas Light Display a Labor of Love for Cancer Survivor

Oceanside CA— If you are planning to take a tour of the many Christmas light displays around the North County area, you will want to add, to your ...

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