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Painting Demonstration with Acclaimed Chinese Artist Henry Wo Yue-kee

  The San Diego Chinese Historical Museum (SDCHM) will host acclaimed Chinese brush painter and calligrapher, Henry Wo Yue-kee on Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 2:00pm-4:00pm. Acclaimed Chinese Artist Wo will demonstrate his unique painting techniques as he captures the essence of nature in front of an audience at the Museum. The audience will witness […]

Many of us are going to have to face the challenges of taking care of our aging parents. I am currently at the age where my parents can take care of themselves 100%. But I know those years are limited as they approach their eighties. One of our many responsibilities as children is to make […]

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If you are looking for a part-time preschool in the local area, FasTracKids is pleased to announce that class enrollment for the 2016-2017 registration has now begun but we only have a few spots open for new students! Some of our most popular FasTracKids preschool benefits you will receive are low class ratios, SmartBoard activities, […]

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  The Asian Pacific Historic District in San Diego will now have an official landmark. Founding Executive Director of the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum (SDCHM), Dr. Alexander Chuang (莊紹文) and Mrs. Agnes Chuang (李衛年) have given a pair of large stone lions to the City of San Diego as gift. The unveiling of the […]

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When a man comes into my dental office, I always ask them “Do you have a toothache or did your wife make you this appointment?”  Inevitably the man responds “Yes” to one or both of the questions. Men are less likely than women to take care of their physical health, and according to studies and […]

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Carmel Valley resident and Teacher, Kevin Hare, opened the doors of his strength and conditioning gym, CrossFit OTW, to the community of Carmel Valley back in 2013.  By now, you’ve probably heard the buzz about the fitness program dedicated to improving the lives of everyone from elite athletes and Special Forces soldiers to everyday men […]

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Strong winds and heavy rainfall this weekend have weakened fences, caused windows to expand due to the moisture, and broken windows. Your Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) is urging pet owners to inspect their properties to make sure the storm has not created “escape” routes for pets that are already frightened by the severe weather. […]

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We at FasTracKids – Carmel Valley/Del Mar, are excited to start 2016 with a look back on a special event that occurred on October 22, 2015.  Jumpstart’s premiere national campaign Read for the Record, presented in partnership with FasTracKids, is one day of the year when millions of individuals come together to celebrate literacy and […]

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Nestled on nine beautiful acres in Carmel Valley, sits the premier pet care facility and training center, Markim Pet Resort. Offering grooming services, boarding facilities and professional training services, Markim Pet Resort provides high quality pet care for your furry friends. From beginner to intermediate to advanced, Markim offers a variety of individual and group […]

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Who has their New Years Resolution all figured out and planned? Well, if you don’t – better start planning! Technology is taking over, and it sure is taking over our 2016 workout trends! The number one fitness trend of 2016 is wearable devices! Wearable devices that give you feedback immediately make you push yourself and […]

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Often the question asked is, can money buy happiness?  While the answer I am given from my well-heeled clients and friends typically begins with a defensive sounding no, when they expand on their reply they generally finish it by agreeing it does provide them things that make them happy.  Research seems to be inconclusive when […]

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It is not uncommon for people to assume that financial planning for singles is easier financially than married people. However, if you step into the shoes of a single person you will quickly find that it takes more than 50% of what a married couple needs to live on singlehandedly. In other words many people think […]

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