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Local optimization along with SEO, SEM and Social Media marketing can play a large role in the search capabilities of any Carmel Valley San Diego business. For mom-and-pop business without the knowledge or capabilities to enact a paid or organic search campaign, submitting ones business to online local directories such as: Google, Yahoo & Bing […]

Marie Raftery was announced as the Jewish Family Service 2017 Board Chair. A Boston native, Raftery came to San Diego in 1980 as director of the UCLA Dental Clinic, before opening her own Dental Practice Management Corp. in 1987. She went on to open and manage 10 offices throughout San Diego County. All of the […]

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Post High School Graduation and what should you expect next. Many High School Seniors will graduate either this week or next. Then, in just a few months, they will be leaving the comfort of their homes, family, and friends to embark upon a new stage in their lives – “the life of college”. On the surface, […]

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“Get Outside San Diego is the first of its kind,” said Dan Rademacher of the nonprofit GreenInfo Network, the site’s creator. “While search engines and web maps can be useful for finding neighborhood parks, they don’t have accurate park details for the entire county. Get Outside San Diego allows users to search for all San […]

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Pop Theater is thrilled to present The Beautiful Machine – An original Sci-Fi Pop/Rock Musical- part of the 5th Annual San Diego International Fringe Festival with five performances at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, June 24 – July 1, 2017.  The Beautiful Machine is set in a dystopian, futuristic enclosed city. The government […]

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You’ve heard the old saying “quality time” versus “quantity time” haven’t you? Well, when it comes to spending time with kids, this old adage speaks loud and clear.  Most invested parents do their best to spend time with their kids and hope that those times together will be cherished moments in the minds of their […]

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Where is San Diego’s Best Burger? A couple of years ago I invited a handful of guys from the Carmel Valley San Diego community to join me in a Burger Quest. Having relocated to the Carmel Valley from the culinary-rich Bay Area, it was time for me to compile a list of good eateries in […]

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Jewish Family Service of San Diego raised more than $1.1 million at its annual Heart & Soul Gala at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine on April 1. Guests participated in a silent auction with more than 100 packages and raised their paddles in a “Fund-A-Mitzvah” that included a $200,000 donation match by Honorary […]

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April 13 special event planned: San Diego Symphony Special Projects Director Nuvi Mehta brings acclaimed artists Callot, Goya, Bellows’ to life with the music of Shostakovich and Mahler illustrating the human condition in times of conflict.  In an innovative twist for exhibitions, the Timken Museum of Art is charting a new course by collaborating with […]

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More than 800 people gathered at Congregation Beth El in La Jolla on Thursday, Feb. 2, for a demonstration of solidarity and allyship by the Jewish community in support of refugees and immigrants. Organized by four San Diego Jewish nonprofits – the Anti-Defamation League of San Diego County, Jewish Family Service of San Diego, Jewish […]

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Who doesn’t love tamales? At Diane Powers’ Casa Sol y Mar, diners can now try a delicious twist on this Mexican food classic: the Inside-Out Tamale. Casa Sol y Mar’s Inside-Out Tamales begin with handmade, fresh masa with cheese. The masa is butterflied open and topped to order with a choice of chile Colorado, chile […]

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Just exactly what is Entitlement?  Entitlement is when a child assumes that he or she is deserving of something that they have not earned. In other words, they assume they should receive something for the mere fact of being who they are.  Within this paradigm, there is not a relationship, or connection, between good effort […]

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