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Del Mar Plaza Hosts “Live It” Fundraiser Event

“Live It” is a fundraising event, hosted at the Del Mar Plaza, that utilizes yoga, music, art and food to bring about social change.  The Hale Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization that was created by a group of teachers, performers, entrepreneurs, and artists that are committed to making sure all kids in San Diego have […]

Jack Liang: The Spirit of the Celestial Horse – Forgixng Chinese Painting into a New Frontier The San Diego Chinese Historical Museum is thrilled to host renowned artist and scholar Jack Liang for an artistic demonstration and exhibition of original work.  Jack Liang shows a pioneering spirit in Asian art, while maintaining an illustrious style […]

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Dance Hearts/Bells of Freedom Rings in Happy Holidays for Military Families San Diego based Dance Hearts, a recognized 501 (c) 3 Public Charity and Bells of Freedom, a program specifically designed to care for U.S. military families, kicks off  two events aimed at making the Holidays for our local enlisted men, women and their families […]

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Hi, I’m Matt Othick, the owner of Crust Pizzeria. This will be our second location we’re opening up here in Carmel Valley. We’re really happy to be out here. We’ve met a lot of great people already during the build-out. We’re about 75% done with the restaurant. We have a lot to do, but we […]

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Hi! I am Laura Penn Gallerstein, and today we’re at Del Mar Beach and we just did a dance for One Billion Rising, a group that started in 2012 and it’s to support women and girls all around the world to help create awareness for violence and abuse to help stop it. And this group […]

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The San Diego Chinese Historical Museum is pleased to welcome, Vivian Yang, an award-winning and Publishers Weekly-profiled author, journalist, public speaker, and mentor, for a special presentation and book-signing. Take a transcontinental literary journey with Vivian Yang, whose work bridges East and West through emotionally compelling and entertaining fictional work set in Shanghai, New York, Hong […]

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Four-Day Conference Nov. 19-22 at the California Center for the Arts in Escondido will be presented by the Asian Heritage Society and County of San Diego and hosted by San Diego County District 3 Supervisor Dave Roberts. Major participants include CONNECT of San Diego, North San Diego Business Chamber, San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation, Alliant […]

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Outside the Lens, Digital Media Literacy Non-Profit for At-Risk Youth, to Fast Pitch in Final Round of “Advance San Diego” Out of 67 applications, and 30 semi-finalists, Outside the Lens—an arts and digital media literacy non-profit—has been selected by San Diego Social Venture Partners, a local non-profit giving organization, to be a finalist at “Advance […]

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Hi, I’m Jim Wheeler and I’m the executive director of Tunes for Tots of Southern California. Here behind me you can see Mason Mercer singing. He’s one of our members here in Tunes for Tots of Southern California and what we do is we throw charity concerts for children’s charities all over Southern California, raising […]

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11th Annual Spirits of Mexico Festival Announces New San Diego Location Mexican spirit connoisseurs, tequila lovers and San Diego foodies will gather in Del Mar on September 28th for the 11th Annual Spirits of Mexico Festival.  Formerly held over a five-day period in Old Town San Diego, this year’s event will come at the Del Mar Fairgrounds for […]

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The Rush Celebrates One Year in Carmel Valley The atmosphere is electric at The Rush Indoor Cycling Studio, where the energy level is matched only by the health benefits obtained with each class’s efficient cardio workout. The Rush is San Diego’s original and fastest growing, multi-location, concert-style indoor cycling studio.  There are currently two locations, […]

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Stamped: China Proclaims Its Changing of the Guard Join the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum for an intriguing look at the economic turmoil surrounding the end of the Chinese Civil War in 1948 and 1949 through a never-before-seen collection of stamps, currency, and documents.  Opening Presentation: Saturday, August 16, 2014 from 2 – 4 pm […]

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