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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 its Mother tongue, with 30...
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With the juice industry accounting for nearly 4 billion dollars in yearly sales, there is little doubt that preparing your own choice of ingredients, particularly from certified sources that are of your personal choosing for a customized blending of that select produce will best suit your needs. The many reasons why are outlined by Tara Coleman, a San Diego Nutritionist who firmly believes...
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Not long ago retired from a leadership position with Sempra Energy, and having led a distinguished and illustrious career in both the private and public domain, Knight is most readily found at a Board meeting, at theatre or supporting one of the many fundraisers that he holds dear to his heart. A Missouri native at birth and a San Diegan by choice, his business acumen, forged over these many...
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The Breeders’ Cup inaugural held at Hollywood Park in 1984 was the culmination of ideas spawned by Thoroughbred owner and breeder John Gaines, who early on had envisioned a year’s end championship round matching the various Thoroughbred racing divisions.

Initial plans were to rotate the yearly event to various venues throughout the country, although ultimately, the scope narrowed and the...
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Having acquired her Ph.D. at Cornell University, Doctor Karen E. Nelson joined the J.Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) legacy organization at The Institute for Genomic Research in Rockville, Maryland. Thereafter, she was named Director of the (JCVI) in Rockville in 2009. Today she services as President of the bicoastal organization and routinely commutes between both campuses, one in Rockville,...
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As a photographer, I witness events that can be exhilarating and those that can be heart wrenching. I see tears of joy create a brilliant facial sheen on an expectant Mom, the joyous smiles of a bride on her wedding day, the proud countenance on the parent of a graduating senior, and the love and relief shared by loved ones surrounding a returning service member.

I also witness tears of deep...
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Born in the small town community of Bellaire, Texas, and while in high school setting a career goal of interior design, fortuitous events led her to become a favored cover model for magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Vogue, among others, experiencing a years-long love relationship with rock star Rod Stewart, studying architectural and interior design at UCLA and after years of canned and...
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Until about 20 years ago, Doctor John Kitchin had dedicated his time and energy to a full time neurology practice in San Diego, which as he describes, allowed him to possess fancy cars, multiple homes, and the other highly seductive parts of our materially and scientifically orientated society. His material successes allowed him to change direction and sample another type of life; a life where...
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John Farris, who has lived in the Ranch and North County these many years is certain to be one of the more likable personalities that you will find about town. It just so happens that once in the saddle during a competition, his demeanor is elevated to another realm and be you calf or competitor, you will feel his presence in the ring among the other riders to be rather intimidating, and as...
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PK, as she is known to those in close proximity has long enjoyed an illustrious career in creating and deciphering H.dots and digital codes used in the technology behind video conferencing. An expertise well-established over these last 22 years led her to oversee the technology’s evolvement with some of the larger well-known corporations. Recently retired from the technological field, it was...
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Born in Hungary in the 1930's as an only child, Frank Iszak, the son a railroad worker received a scholarship to a private school run by a French based clerical order named Premontre St.Norbert. Having completed his eight years of study, his plans were to attend the University of Literary Sciences with personal aspirations to become a journalist, whereas the Communist regime thought otherwise....
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The Woman’s Museum of California located in San Diego’s beautiful Point Loma at Liberty Station deserves special mention. The museum holds something for everyone, be they male or female, young or old. It truly is an eye-opening experience and most definitely worth a visit.The museum features traveling exhibits, vintage clothing events, a wine, cheese and chocolate festival, and...
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