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Dealing With Homework Blues

Dealing With Homework Blues

Your kid’s homework regiment gettin’ you down? It seems as if school children today take home a considerable amount of homework and we parental types are more and more questioning how necessary their load truly is!  As “SDBM” I try to share tips to help parents save both time and money, so while this this post’s topic is a bit different, it still is on the button mission-wise! In addition, […]

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San Diego Museum Month

San Diego Museum Month

It’s time! Time again to share San Diego Museum Month, presented by Macy’s, February 1-28, 2015! Museum Month is back for the 26th year in San Diego County. Presented by Macy’s this popular event allows participants to enjoy half-off entry fees at 44 San Diego Museum Council membership museums. San Diegans get the chance to discover what’s […]

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35th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade

35th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade

Pay tribute to the life and contributions of Martin Luther King Jr. on Harbor Drive Sunday, January 18, 2015 at 2:00pm for the 35th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade, one of the largest celebrations of its kind in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the United States. Enjoy decorative floats, soulful high […]

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Tipsy Tow Provides Free Ride and Tow on New Year’s Eve

Tipsy Tow Provides Free Ride and Tow on New Year’s Eve

Tipsy Tow service provides a complimentary ride and vehicle tow up to seven miles from the point of pickup to drivers who have consumed alcohol on New Year’s Eve and the Fourth of July. The Auto Club sponsors a complimentary Tipsy Tow service on New Year’s Eve and the Fourth of July, offering rides to those who have been drinking and providing the following tips for those that plan on it…

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Production of Orphan Train Coming to Carlsbad Cultural Arts Center

Production of Orphan Train Coming to Carlsbad Cultural Arts Center

Carlsbad Students Perform Orphan Train, by Aurand Harris Calavera Hills Middle School Drama students are bringing history in motion as they perform Orphan Train, by Aurand Harris, a true story of thousands of homeless children being moved west from New York in 1914, thanks to the Children’s Aid Society. The students have researched the real events […]

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