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Clowning Around Makes Seriously Fun Business
Local clowns are friends to children

A very good friend of mine was still a mystery to me whenever she talked about being "in clown.” Santee resident Peg Marcus, 55, has been in the serious business of clowning around for...More

 Published in San Diego Family Magazine

EDCO Turns Trash into Profit

It used to be so natural to toss that empty plastic water bottle or can of Pepsi into the trash, where it all eventually ends up in the Miramar landfill. However, beginning this year, a new San Diego ordinance has required that all households...More

Published by San Diego.com

Local Teen Makes Giant Scientific Discovery

What teenagers do in the privacy of their rooms can be a mystery. Undoubtedly, most plug into their I-PODS and tune into American Idol. But start and complete a scientific experiment? That is rare form.

Sixteen-year-old Samuel Spevack of El Cajon has done so. His unusual discovery ranks so high...More

Published in East County Californian

News Broadcaster Stan Miller Getting the Good Word Out

In September 2004, the buzz around the newsrooms and church groups was that KUSI-TV morning show host Stan Miller was now “Pastor” Stan. At age 49, Miller had burned out on TV and went to the pews to get a very different sort of news out...More

Published by Good News, Etc.

Connecting with Community in Gardening Together

“Gardens, scholars say, are the first sign of commitment to a community. When people plant corn they are saying, let's stay here. And by their connection to the land, they are connected to one another.” Anne Raver.

In San Diego, gardens take root almost as easily as a bird takes to the sky. But with urban sprawl fingering into the suburbs, the concept of gardening has taken on a community feel...More

Published by Life After 50 Magazine (formerly Senior Life Magazine)

St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center the Winner of Oprah’s Big Give
By Cynthia Robertson

On the morning of St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center Morning Glory Brunch, the 10 th annual event of this favorite fund-raiser, everywhere people were running to hug each other, exclaiming “We won!”...More

Published in East County Californian

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