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Karel: Oz Is Still a Magical Place

Karel: Oz Is Still a Magical Place

  America’s — the world’s, for that matter — fascination with L. Frank Baum’s classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is at an all-time high.

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Falling Back in Love with Myself after PTSD

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Falling Back in Love with Myself after PTSD

I’m in love with myself for the first time in my entire life.  This past week, after working for almost a year in my efforts to fully recover from the severe PTSD I suffered from, I spent eight magical days in Nosara, Costa Rica on a yoga retreat.  When I arrived there, almost instantaneously, it […]

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Calories Are Good, Calories Are Bad

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Calories Are Good, Calories Are Bad

Calories are our partner in life. But like any partnership, we must know if these partnerships are positive or negative – and act accordingly & responsibly.

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What the Wise Ones in India do Almost Every Day

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The Indian system of Oil Pulling has been practiced in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. Learn about how it can purify your body!

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The Pineal Gland and Feeding It!

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The Pineal Gland and Feeding It!

How much do you know about the pineal gland? Here’s how a healthy pineal gland can help make a healthier, happier you!

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Discover the Joy in the Journey (Because There is No Destination)

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Discover the Joy in the Journey (Because There is No Destination)

The joy is in the journey. You’ve probably heard that before. What does that really mean? Especially when parts of the journey are challenging or just plain dreadful?

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Are You Digging Your Grave With Your Teeth?

Are You Digging Your Grave With Your Teeth?

By Parthenia Grant, PhD I learned in junior high that live amino acids are the building blocks of life and that the body needs essential fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins and minerals to maintain health and produce energy.  After that revelation, I ran home and planted a vegetable garden because our diet consisted of dead […]

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Tell the Truth and Let the Peace Fall Where it May!

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Tell the Truth and Let the Peace Fall Where it May!

“If I tell the real truth about me, you won’t love me … actually, no one will.” That single thought has driven me to madness for most of my life. It’s like having a nasty little thought-vampire living in my head with fangs like dagger straws sucking out the oxygen-rich blood that would otherwise fuel […]

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A New Way to Protect Your Home

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A New Way to Protect Your Home

        Adding to its portfolio of communications services including high speed Internet, cable TV and phone, Cox Communications launched Home Security to customers in San Diego, Orange County, Palos Verdes and Santa Barbara, in November 2012. Cox began piloting the new product in Arizona in 2011, and plans to launch in additional […]

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From the Boathouse

From the Boathouse

Ahoy! Newport Harbor is known for majestic yachts that dock in the backyards of mansions, and the celebrities who might be seen onboard sipping champagne. Celebrities who owned yachts in Newport Harbor include Nicolas Cage, John Wayne, Humphrey Bogart, Buddy Epson, James Cagney, Shirley Temple, Errol Flynn, and Mae West. John Wayne’s yacht the 136 […]

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An Apple a Day

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An Apple a Day

By Erik Hines Our health is our most important asset. Having stated the obvious, I’ll now try to redeem myself from sounding like I’m trying to sell you a book. I’m not. I’m an average 30-something, married, fully employed at a desk, with 3 loving children; just a ‘regular guy’. So why should you listen […]

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Advocating for the Disabled

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Advocating for the Disabled

With Evelyn Stypula I have a soft spot for the disabled. I grew up in a family with two handicapped siblings; a younger sister Jane and my big brother, Kev. Both were born with mental retardation—what they called it at the time–and cerebral palsy. My brother was fascinated with mechanical things and loved to figure […]

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It’s The Best of Times and Worst of Times for Radio

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It’s The Best of Times and Worst of Times for Radio

The only thing constant is change, and over the last decade, entertainment (especially radio) has gone through some major ones indeed. There are not many aspects that have gone unaltered; from the very devices we use to consume radio, to the way hosts are employed. About the only thing that stayed the same is the […]

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“52 Reasons I Love You” Valentine’s Day DIY

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“52 Reasons I Love You” Valentine’s Day DIY

All the holiday fun has come to an end and New Year’s resolutions have been made to be a little more creative and maybe even save some money… Plus Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you’re starting to get worried about what to get for your significant other. Here’s a fun, creative way […]

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Sports Betting Terms

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Sports Betting Terms

By Jimmy Mac This week, I bet that you’ll hear “What’s the spread?” Sure, it could be an array of food offerings at a party – but chances are, people are referring to something associated with the Big Game (or “S*per Bowl,” as the litigious NFL calls it). Here’s a quick explanation of some commonly […]

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And, the Envelope Please!

And, the Envelope Please!

It’s the Awards season!  This is the time of year when cinema becomes a competitive sport.  It begins in late fall when all of a sudden, movies suddenly become more interesting, intelligent and sophisticated.  I actually had a person say to me a while back, “Finally, Hollywood is realizing that there is a smart, thoughtful […]

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Protect Your Heart

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Protect Your Heart

You juggle the issues and demands of your job, bosses, work overload, e-mails, relationships, kids, aging parents and just dealing with daily hassles. Did you know that research shows the average American sends at least 110 texts a day? Stress is inevitable! That said, stress doesn’t just happen. Stress is a process; triggered when you […]

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Why Settle for Less in a Relationship?

Why Settle for Less in a Relationship?

Even with 7 billion people on the planet, when it comes to relationships, far too many have a tendency to settle for less than the ideal mate out of a misguided belief in scarcity: a shortage of good men and women. Worse yet, many stay in physically, mentally or emotionally abusive relationships till death do […]

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