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Easter seals | Know About It This Easter 2016

Easter Seals gives outstanding administrations, training, effort and support so individuals living with extremely introverted range issue and different handicaps can live, learn, work and play in a Easter groups. To demonstrate their set of knowledg...
by Happy easter on Feb 13, 2016

Beagle Breeders Southern California

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by Dog Info and Dog Lover on Dec 22, 2015

Beautiful wedding photography with Top Wedding Photographers

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by Wedding Dress Ideas on Jun 18, 2015

Fruit Adventures: Pasadena Gems

Have you ever been to Pasadena? Most folks, both local and tourists alike, visit the Old Town Pasadena area to catch up on some retail therapy or to enjoy a succulent meal in one of the trendy and upscale restaurants that the Old Town has to offer. B...
by Life in a Fruit Basket on Nov 23, 2014

The Reluctant Road Tripper: Day 14

Nevada→CaliforniaThis is it! We are on the final leg of this amazing trip and you know where the final stop is going to be...home sweet home, California! Coming out from Laughlin, there’s a narrow road that you would pass through and if you are f...
by Life in a Fruit Basket on Jun 1, 2014

A Man Of Gratitude 2767

Blake and I relaxed in the living room watching a television before bedtime. There was nothing that interested either of us, so Blake flipped to a music channel that got into the ins and outs of the industry, which I usually found boring. We watched...
by Scragg Man on May 1, 2014

Easter Travels: Lake Arrowhead

Southern California is not only well-known for its mild weather year-round, it's also a great place to be in if you just want to quickly get out of the city and do a day trip excursion with your loved ones. The great thing about day trips is that you...
by Life in a Fruit Basket on Apr 23, 2014

Things I Learned About Cycling on a Business Trip to California

I have a special place in my heart for the state of California. I lived in southern California for about four years. I started road cycling while living in California. I was in the Navy and started my civilian work career while in California. I love...
by I Wear Spandex on Feb 17, 2014

Do Stock Brokers Need Help to Advise Boomers on How to Invest their Money?

Do stock brokers and financial advisors need help in preparing to advise baby boomers how they should invest their money as they plan for retirement and retire?  Well, Bank of America Merrill Lynch apparently thinks so. According to a report on...
by notjustforboomers on Jan 29, 2014

Finding Cheap Disney Vacation Packages Deals in Southern California

If you want to tour the Disneyland Resort, or combine t […]Vacation TourRelated Posts:Enjoy Vacation to Disneyland in CaliforniaReasons – Why you should visit Disneyland ?Visiting California Disneyland Park at Christmas 2013Top Options fo...
by Vacationxtravel on Nov 23, 2013

Love Human Nature? Join this Giveaway!

Due to boredom of my daily tasks, I go blog hopping again and I stumbled upon a blog entitled Every Mom’s Page . This blog focuses on variety of niches such as parenting, home living, beauty and fashion, product reviews and a lot more! One of...
by philippineartisan on Nov 8, 2013

Love Human Nature? Join this Giveaway!

Due to boredom of my daily tasks, I go blog hopping again and I stumbled upon a blog entitled Every Mom’s Page . This blog focuses on variety of niches such as parenting, home living, beauty and fashion, product reviews and a lot more! One of...
by philippineartisan on Nov 8, 2013

The Rumfish Grille is a Hit

If you happen to live in the South Hills of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and enjoy good food in an interesting atmosphere, you'll enjoy the new Rumfish Grille. Located in the Great Southern Shopping Center in the suburb of Bridgeville, it is a real find.
by notjustforboomers on Sep 20, 2013

Albert Hammond--It Never Rains in Southern California (1972)

     "It Never Rains in Southern California" seemed like one of the quintessential early 70's "California" songs, which in fact, it is, but author, singer Albert Hammond comes from climes much different that it's warm, sunny beach...
by The Rock and Roll Omnibus on Aug 13, 2013

International and Antique Finds

On the first Sunday of the month, The Groves Antique Market in Irvine, California takes place. It opens at 7 am...not so fun on a Sunday morning. This gentleman and his father were selling beads  from Ghana, Nigeria and Ethiopia and...
by classic•casual•home on Jun 11, 2013

“murder is our national sport”

by Chris Hedges   Murder is our national sport. We murder tens of thousands with our industrial killing machines in Afghanistan and Iraq. We murder thousands more from the skies over Pakistan, Somalia and Yemen with our pilotless drones. We murd...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on May 15, 2013

Terranea Resort

I recently had the opportunity to stay at the Terranea Resort (terra-nay-a) in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Terranea has a beautiful setting on the cliffs of the Pacific Ocean in Southern California with a view of Catalina Island across the channel. ...
by SKEdaddle on May 9, 2013

CALIFORNIA HIKERS ALWAYS GO MISSING

EITHER A SERIAL KILLER GETS THEM OR THEIR OWN STUPIDITY ‘Duh what direction are we going in? Is this a desert? Duh Duh – DEAD! Seriously this dude is lucky to be alive The female why would she leave him? Seriously – she’s prob...
by The Word Warrior-Bonju Blog on Apr 4, 2013

Zach G. Ellsworthy writes from Los Angeles: General David Petraeus admits he screwed up. The ex-hero of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan was telling an audience at the NCIS Los Angeles University Southern California gas company that he had caused p...
by Stirring Trouble on Mar 27, 2013

Scouted: Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles

You all know how I'm always on the lookout for really cool things to see, places to go and things to craft, right?  Well today I found something that just makes me want to hop on a plane and fly out to Los Angeles.  Get this:  They hav...
by This Crafting Life on Feb 25, 2013
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