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Smile More: A New Year’s Resolution That Could Change Your Life

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By Dr. Joe D’Angelo & Dr. Ashley Olson Our smiles are more important than many of us realize. Studies show that those with bigger smiles experience better health. Smiles reduce our stress hormones and lower our blood pressure. Smiles also improve our relationship success. By analyzing young women’s smiles from their yearbook photos, a UC [...]

House of Week; 7736 Ivanhoe Avenue

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Exquisite Village Home Desirable location at Heritage on Ivanhoe… in the heart of the Village. Detached, 4 bed/4 bath home. Charming curb appeal. Rooftop deck with ocean views. Gorgeous, modern kitchen and baths. Wood floors, solar power, private elevator. 2-car garage plus extra storage. A unique opportunity. Offered at $1,885,000 Andrew Jabro Berkshire Hathaway Home [...]

Welcome Winter: 3 Eco-Friendly Home Renovation Ideas to Lower Utility Bills

Eco friendly construction in La Jolla can save you thousands this winter.

By Scott Murfey, Murfey Construction Have you thought about your utility bill lately? You might now that winter is here. Even though we live in perpetually sunny San Diego, cooler weather is still a part of our climate come winter. While we don’t have to brave snowstorms, ice or other harsh winter conditions, we must [...]

Happy Thanksgiving Day! Gratitude turns what we have into enough

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A wise woman remarked that if we took just half the time we spend lamenting all the things we don’t have and used that time to be thankful for all the things we do, most of us would be a lot more joyful and content.

Popular Science magazine lauds San Diego innovations

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For more than a quarter century, Popular Science magazine has devoted its December issue to the “Best of What’s New.” Two innovations out of UC San Diego are among this year’s 100 awardees.

Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday, Nov. 3.

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Daylight Saving Time ends Nov. 3. Set your clocks BACK one hour at 2 a.m. Sunday!

LEFT: Perry Chen uses colorful COPIC-brand markers while drawing at Aaron Brothers Mira Mesa. RIGHT: Perry Chen holds up a DVD for his animated short film, “Ingrid Pitt: Beyond the Forest,” at the 2012 ShortsHD Awards.  (Photos by Zhu Shen)

The Filner Case: Workplace Policy, Employee Education is Key to Sexual Harassment Prevention

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By Stephen M. Pfeiffer, Ph.D. We often hear about political scandals, but it isn’t often that we hear about them in our own backyard. As San Diego Mayor Bob Filner began making headlines for alleged sexual harassment in the workplace earlier this month, locals everywhere perked their ears, bracing for the news. According to reports, [...]

San Diego Mayor Bob Filner to foxtrot for La Jolla Town Council fundraiser

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Mayor Filner confirmed that he would be among the local notables busting their best dance moves during the LJTC’s fundraiser on Oct. 5.

The Principal’s Office: Aimeclaire Roche of The Bishop’s School values life-long learning in La Jolla [VIDEO & STORY]

Aimeclaire Roche is the head of school at The Bishop's School in La Jolla, Calif. The independent school enrolls students in Grades 6-12. (Photo by Daniel K. Lew)

Go inside “The Principal’s Office”: This series profiles the school principals in La Jolla. Learn about their personalities, daily routines and educational philosophies. Meet Aimeclaire Roche, head of school at The Bishop’s School.

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