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While in Quebec, LeBlanc’s passion had always been in the arts, and he felt confident in his ability to pursue a degree in architecture in Los Angeles, California, especially with English being so prevalent in schools throughout Montreal. Yet shortly after arriving in LA, the entertainment capital of the world, he began hearing how he looked like Tom Cruise. Only once had...
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Upon arrival into the wonder that is India, one begins to sense a pulsating rhythm that seemingly orchestrates this multi-tiered democracy of over one billion inhabitants. Clearly, it is impossible to look in a single direction and capture all of the colors, sights or sounds emanating from such a diversified populace. Although the government recognizes Hindi as the Mother tongue, with 30...
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Father Joe’s Villages began its new Street Health Program, the first initiative of its kind in San Diego that aims to provide consistent medical services directly to people on the streets of San Diego. Doctors already working with Father Joe’s Villages at its brick-and-mortar medical clinic have begun traveling out to the streets to provide expert primary care. The pilot program has served...
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Holistic is a buzzword nowadays, and the Encinitas and Leucadia areas have long been leaders of the pack. Eastern fashions, healthy eating, and ancient practices like yoga have exploded in popularity in recent years. Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the who person, body, mind, and spirit or emotions in a quest for optimal health and wellness. It addresses the root causes...
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The Nonprofit Cinderella’s Attic assists young women to rise above economic challenges to attend their high school prom in style. What to wear to prom can feel like the most monumental fashion decision in a young woman's life, but for many young women in San Diego, a prom dress is a luxury they just can’t afford. One recent survey put the average...
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