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Just A Glance – Aspects Galore

Sue Hines is a life-long seeker and student of the art of finding meaning and purpose in life. Sue has three decades experience in marketing and consulting experience with large and small businesses, including some of the world’s most famous ...

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The Etiquette of Toasting – Manners “R” Essential

By Doris Wells Toasting to happiness, love, friendship, etc has been practiced by most societies for many many  years. Let’s take a quick look at the basics. WHEN to TOAST &  who initiates the TOAST Traditionally, the host or hostess offers the first toast, however, a guest can propose the first toast and very often does. The “host toasts first” The rule  still applies at receptions and other large func ...

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Oxnard Jazz Festival Introduces Jazz Trumpeter Tom Browne

OXNARD -- The Oxnard Jazz Festival is pleased to announce Jazz Trumpeter Tom Brown will perform at the inaugural event. Topping the jazz and adult contemporary/R & B charts with his kickin’ trumpet and rich jazz melodies, Tom Browne scored two US Billboard hits with “Funkin for Jamaica’ and ‘Thighs High (Grip Your Hips and Move). Influenced by Freddie Hubbard, Browne has worked with Sonny Fortune, recor ...

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Local Athletes Compete in USA Gymnastics

This June, Victory Gymnastics Academy will celebrate its 10-year anniversary. In addition to its competitive team training, Victory offers a well-equipped facility with programs, equipment, expert instruction and opportunities for kids of all ages and levels. ...

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Police Launch New DUI Program

Funding for the “Know Your Limit” program is provided to Santa Barbara Police Department by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The NHTSA reminds everyone to “Report Drunk Driver – Call 9-1-1.” ...

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