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Digital Media Literacy Non-Profit to Fast Pitch in Final Round of “Advance San Diego”

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 […]

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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Dirty Dogs and Hotel Indigo Raise $1,500 for “Furry” Non-Profit  Del Mar was bustling with dogs Wednesday night as Hotel Indigo hosted the latest in a series of dog-focused fundraisers called Bark After Dark.  The bi-monthly fundraisers are organized by local dog wash, Dirty Dogs.  The event drew more than 200 dog owners and their […]

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With the lowest child-to-coach ratios in Southern California, Super Soccer Stars is thrilled to finally bring classes to Carmel Valley families! Super Soccer Stars is a child-development program that offers skills-based classes for children ages 2-12 years old.  The program was founded in NYC in 2001 by Gustavo Szulansky – a father of three and […]

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Shelter to Soldier, a San Diego-based 501 c 3 non-profit organization that rescues shelter dogs and trains them to become certified psychiatric service companions for post 9/11 U.S. combat Veterans suffering from PTSD, is hosting their 2nd annual benefit on Monday, July 28, 2014.  The event will be held from 6:00 to 10:00 pm at The […]

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Everybody goes to Jimbo’s for their great organic food, but does everyone know how to cook these raw materials to extract the fullest flavor? That’s why Jimbo’s has started a monthly cooking class. This class is on the third Thursday of every month and is part of their community outreach program, here parents that are […]

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Gwen Coronado, a Feng Shui Columnist for the Carmel Valley Life will be speaking at AREAA (The Asian Real Estate Association of America) on July 23, 2014 from 11 am to 1 pm. Gwen is graciously donating her speaking fee to an organization, Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition (BSCC) fighting against Human Trafficking. The Asian Real […]

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                                 ACT San Diego presents “Annie Jr.” At The Lyceum Theatre, Horton Plaza July 18-27, 2014 Featuring several of San Diego’s most talented up-and-coming young performers.  Leapin’ Lizards!  The award-winning Actors’ Conservatory Theatre (ACT- San Diego) is proud to present […]

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With summer underway and countless activities beckoning locals and tourists alike, it’s time to break out those calendars and mark down the season’s hottest happenings.  From surf contests to twinkies and superhero-clad beer drinkers, this summer’s events don’t fall short on entertainment or fun.  Here are a few San Diego summer events you don’t want […]

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