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Technology Lets Prospective Buyers “Tour” The Park, Bankers Hill, before It’s Complete The Park, Bankers Hill, is still under construction with the completion scheduled for 2017, yet prospective buyers can take 3D tours of the luxury project thanks to a new virtual reality experience launched by the San Diego-based real estate development and investment company, […]

“The duo is being recognized by the Association of Fundraising Professionals for helping construct memory care homes for adults with developmental disabilities” Homebuilder and developer Brookfield Residential in partnership with HomeAid San Diego has been selected as a finalist for the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ 2016 Award for Outstanding Corporation. The association recognizes outstanding achievement […]

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Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego is proud to announce the co-chairs for the 2016 Miracle Makers Gala – Camp Miracles. The Miracle Makers Gala will be held on Saturday, June 11 at the Hilton Bayfront San Diego and proceeds will benefit autism services and research at Rady Children’s to help our efforts to improve quality of […]

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As a dance related business owner, I understand how beneficial social media can be to the arts in general and more specifically dance schools and studios.  A good social media campaign can provide direct access to colleagues, clients, and potential clients that might otherwise not be reached through conventional advertising and networking.  It also can […]

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Nestled in Carmel Valley’s highly desirable Hunt Club at Seabreeze Farms, sits the stunning San Diego Property; 13141 Sandown Way. Located at the end of a cul-de-sac on a spectacular 17,600 square foot lot, this 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath San Diego Property boasts over 4,300 square feet of luxurious living spaces and is truly the […]

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It happens the same weekend every year and it’s the only day when dogs are allowed in the San Diego Botanic Garden (SDBG). Register now for the “Fourth Annual 5K Paw Walk in the Garden” on Saturday, February 20, 2016. Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) and the San Diego Botanic Garden are joining paws to […]

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Each year as dancers begin to perform in the first competitions of the season under the critical eye of the judges that the dancer is presented with their ‘score’ of how successful a performance was given that I hear this same question by dancers and parents alike.  “Her technique was above everyone on that stage, […]

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2016 marks the twentieth anniversary of the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum, which has become the custodian of thousands of ethnographic artifacts and works of art related to China and Chinese in America. This small museum in downtown San Diego has always had the mission of sharing Chinese and Chinese American history, culture and art […]

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As entrepreneurs, we are consistently creating new ways to market our business and, in many cases, positions ourselves as thought leaders. In this regard, podcasts have become an excellent tool for content marketing. They build SEO, establish your authority and are a great addition to your sales funnel. With 46 million people listening to podcasts […]

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According to a June 2015 article by TechCrunch, a growing class of independent workers in the U.S. is increasing. Hiring independent workers is now a growing trend in the “1099 Economy,” that is made up of an on-demand independent workforce, which caters to a wide range of services from legal to public relations. Although this […]

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Now that the Thanksgiving family holiday is just around the corner and other holidays are coming next month, many are preparing for extended family holiday visits.  Although for some the experience is enjoyable and savored, for others it can be a time of stress and conflict.  This is due to the fact that earlier conflicts […]

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San Diego Run for the Hungry Returns to Downtown Thanksgiving Day Proceeds Benefit Food Assistance Programs at Jewish Family Service of San Diego and the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank WHAT:     Our hunger problem extends far beyond the homeless. Here in San Diego, one in four children and one in five […]

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