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A Week In San Diego As A Furloughed Government Employee

Welcome to Money Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a lawyer who is on furlough due to the partial government shutdown and spends some of her money this week on Diet Coke. We previously published a Money Diary from this OP last November. Today, we asked her to talk about how the government shutdown is...
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North Dakota couple killed by fallen tree in San Diego

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota couple died while vacationing in San Diego when a 75-foot-tall pine tree crashed onto their rental house as they slept, relatives and police said. Troy and Jessica Nelson ran a promotional products and apparel company, Trojan Promotions, in Grand Forks. They were spending the weekend at the […]
Tags: News, Nation, North Dakota, San Diego, Troy, Jessica Nelson, Trojan Promotions


Supervisor of Navy SEAL accused of murder faces charges

SAN DIEGO (AP) — The Navy officer who supervised a SEAL accused of fatally stabbing an Islamic State prisoner in Iraq in 2017 is due in a military court to face various offenses Tuesday, including allegedly conducting the SEAL’s re-enlistment ceremony next to the corpse and encouraging enlisted personnel to pose for photos with the […]
Tags: News, Navy, Iraq, Ap, Nation, San Diego


Atlas and ATC to merge

Atlas Technical Consultants, an infrastructure engineering, testing, inspection and program management firm and ATC Group Services, an integrated environmental engineering consulting firm, have agreed to merge. No financial terms were disclosed. Both Atlas and ATC are backed by Bernhard Capital Partners Management LP. PRESS RELEASE AUSTIN, TX and LAFAYETTE, LA January 22, 2019 – Atlas Technical Consultants (“Atlas”), a leading, world-class infrastructure engineering, testing, inspection and prog...
Tags: Trends, Atlas, United States, San Diego, M&a, Lafayette, ECS, Dexter, ATC, Boyer, Roswell Ga, Joe Boyer, Bernhard Capital, Bernhard Capital Partners Management LP, Atlas Technical Consultants, Jeff Jenkins Partner


Chief Justice John Roberts right to push back against Trump, defend judiciary

In November, a federal judge in San Francisco struck down President Trump’s attempt to limit asylum-seekers to legal points of entry.  Trump complained about the action of “an Obama Judge.” Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts criticized Trump, saying America does not have “Obama judges or Trump judges . . .  What we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them.” In December, a federal judge in Texas struck down th...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Obamacare, Obama, Congress, California, Opinion, Mexico, America, San Francisco, Sport, Indiana, Soccer, Hawaii, New York Times, Connecticut


Learn How to Scale Social Media at the HELLO Conference

I’ll be speaking at the HELLO Conference the week after Social Media Marketing World, so if you can’t make the journey to San Diego, come spend the day with myself, Katie Robbert, Mark Schaefer, and many others in New Jersey. I’ll be talking about scaling social media; we marketers have a limited number of hours […] The post Learn How to Scale Social Media at the HELLO Conference appeared first on Christopher S. Penn Marketing Blog.
Tags: Social Networks, Marketing, Social Media, Seo, Data, Artificial Intelligence, New Jersey, Data Science, San Diego, Ai, Conferences, Marketing Automation, Christopher, Social Media Marketing World, Marketing Technology, Katie Robbert Mark Schaefer


Bott named CEO of Emerald Textiles

Emerald Textiles, a portfolio company of Pacific Avenue Capital Partners LLC and Highland Avenue Funds LLC, said Jan. 22 that Richard Bott was named CEO. Bott has also joined Emerald’s executive management team. Greg Anderson will transition to executive chairman. Bott previously served as the director of Intermountain Healthcare’s supply chain services. PRESS RELEASE LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Emerald Textiles (“Emerald” or the “Company”), a portfolio company of Los Angeles-based private inves...
Tags: Utah, Board of Directors, Los Angeles, Trends, People, San Diego, Emerald, Richard, Pacific, Reno, Aurora Colorado, Rich, Boy Scouts Of America, Livingston, Highland, Northern California


Alexander: In Rams’ case, the bandwagon effect isn’t bad at all

Usually we sneer, or at least look askance, at those “bandwagon” fans who become interested in a team just as it reaches the big stage. The normal inclination is to ask, “Well, where were you during the long, hard slog of the regular season?” But not here, and not now. If you are a new (or renewed) Rams fan, excited because of the first Super Bowl involving an L.A. team in 35 years (and the first involving an L.A. Rams team in 39 years) … well, welcome aboard. I’m guessing they won’t even ask, “...
Tags: Cowboys, Sports, NFL, Raiders, America, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Steelers, San Diego, New Orleans, Chargers, Miami Dolphins, Red Cross, Nfc, Saints


LA County leads the state in Airbnb visitors, host income

Los Angeles County was California’s top Airbnb destination last year with 2.7 million guests who generated $613 million in host income. Newly released data from the company show there are now more than 27,000 L.A. County residents who share their homes through Airbnb, and the supplemental income they gain is substantial. Hosts typically earn about $11,400 a year, according to Airbnb — money that helps many homeowners make ends meet. Airbnb host Kathryn Levassiur asks guests to place a pin wh...
Tags: Business, California, La, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Top Stories, San Diego, Airbnb, City Council, Orange County, Riverside County, Hospitality, Huntington Beach, Los Angeles County


Rivet Raid

Rivet Raid in the bag. Not a race but a ride to raise money for the Santa Monica Mountains Restoration Trust. There would be one timed segment and what a doozy it was; Puerco Canyon from PCH, 2.95miles 1500' gain average grade 10%! But I am getting ahead of myself. The original ride was cut short due to all the rain this week so we were all riding the shorter 50 mile loop, which would have approx. 5000’ of gain.The day prior I had felt a sore throat coming on, it’s my Achilles Heel, and with one...
Tags: Sport, Running, San Diego, Pacific Coast Highway, Garmin, Stuart, Chris, Pepperdine University, Santa Monica, Shimano, Stan, Calabasas, PCH, Mid west, Race Report, Gravel


San Diego Zoo Tickets & Discount Tickets + Review of Our Visit!

San Diego Zoo Tickets & Discount Tickets+ Review of Our Trip! Are you looking for discounts to the San Diego Zoo? We have a list of current (and legitimate) discounts available for San Diego Zoo Tickets. We have purchased tickets through many of these outlets, and have confirmed they are the real deal. The San Diego Zoo had been on my bucket list for many years. We kept making trips to Southern California for the beaches, and Disneyland, etc. but kept putting our visit off. We finally went, a...
Tags: Travel, California, Groupon, San Diego, Disneyland, Frugality, AAA, Safari Park, San Diego Zoo, Southern California, Groupon Bucks, Anahiem, Henna Tattoo, California Trips, San Diego Safari Park Save 27, San Diego Zoo Tickets amp


Poll: 69% of office workers in Los Angeles, Orange counties would leave town for a new job

When office workers were asked if they’d move for a job, 69 percent of those surveyed in Los Angeles and Orange counties said, “Yes!” Now before you think you see another hint of a local mass exodus, please note quitting jobs is the workplace’s hottest trend. And people may tell a pollster they want to relocate, but Census trends show Californians don’t move much these days. Also, note that career itchiness is a national trend. This survey by the Robert Half temp agency found in the 28 cities po...
Tags: Business, Texas, Jobs, Minneapolis, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Economy, Chicago, Austin, Soccer, San Diego, Dallas, Miami, Philadelphia, Lausd


Is Paid Social Worth It? 3 Things Every Blogger Must Know

Driving traffic — as well as driving revenue — to your blog is likely your top concern. You’re constantly assessing different advertising and marketing strategies seeking the Holy Grail: tons of blog visitors that convert into dollars. And while you may be using social media to boost your blog’s brand, you may be unsure as to whether you should invest in paid strategies on social media. You’re hearing mixed reviews, and don’t know where to start, if you should start at all. T...
Tags: Facebook, Kim Kardashian, Advertising, Social Media, San Diego, Blog Tips, Social Media Ads, Facebook Drive, Susan Guillory, Paid Social Media Advertising


The good, the bad and the ugly of Gov. Newsom’s budget proposal

Gov. Gavin Newsom released his 2019-20 budget earlier this month that, at first glance, has something for everyone to love and dislike. His budget can be classified into three parts — the good, the bad, and the ugly. The Good There is a lot to applaud in the budget that reflects Republican values. These include expanded efforts to pay off past debt and tackle some of the unfunded pension liabilities for retired state employees. The proposal also increases the Earned Income Tax Credit for working...
Tags: California, Opinion, Senate, Sacramento, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Gavin Newsom, Nra, Legislature, Newsom, Senate District, Guest Commentary, Patricia Bates R Laguna Niguel


No. 13 Gonzaga women get back on winning track

Two days after a two-point loss at Brigham Young, the Gonzaga women’s basketball team shot 55.6 percent from the field in an 86-61 victory at San Diego. Chandler Smith scored 18 points on 8-for-11 shooting.
Tags: News, Sports, San Diego, College sports, Other Sports, Gonzaga, Chandler Smith, Brigham Young the Gonzaga


Fitts, Ford lead Saint Mary’s to 76-59 win over San Diego

MORAGA, Calif. (AP) — Malik Fitts scored 24 points and Jordan Ford added 21, including four 3-pointers, to help Saint Mary’s beat San Diego 76-59 on Saturday night. Jordan Hunter had 10 points and Tanner Krebs finished with eight points and a career-high 13 rebounds for Saint Mary’s. The Gaels (13-7, 4-1 West Coast Conference) […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, San Diego, Saint Mary, West Coast Conference, Gaels, Moraga Calif, Jordan Ford, Jordan Hunter, Malik Fitts, Tanner Krebs, Fitts Ford


Esfahani - Rasmussen, Berio, Srnka, Cage, and Abbasi, 17 January 2019

Milton Court Concert Hall Sunleif Rasmussen: Quadroforone no.1 (2018, world premiere) Berio: Rounds (1965) Miroslav Srnka: Triggering (2018) Cage: HPSCHD (1967-9): 'Solo VII' Anahita Abbasi: Intertwined Distances (2018, UK premiere) Mahan Esfahani (harpsichord) Electronic Music Department of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (electronic realisation) Images: Mark Allan/Barbican Now this is what I call a harpsichor...
Tags: UK, Religion, United Kingdom, San Diego, Pierre Boulez, University Of Illinois, John Cage, Urbana Champaign, Merriam Webster, Boulez, Milton, Rasmussen, Luciano Berio, Mahan Esfahani, Mark Berry, Milton Court


Sometimes, it is difficult to stay in your lane

Q. I am a retired firefighter of 34 years, and for 25 of those years I was on a paramedic unit and drove lights-and-siren as much or more than anyone at the time. I consider myself a cautious driver. On Christmas day we were driving down to San Diego on the I-5 Freeway. It was about 10:30 a.m. and raining. We were just passing where Highway 1 intersects the I-5, and the freeway lanes disappeared. The road in that area has the current striping; the old striping that Caltrans removed, but with the...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, DMV, San Diego, CalTrans, Bob, Orange County, Southern California, Torrance, Burbank, Department of Motor Vehicles, El Camino Real, San Clemente, Anti Trump, Tustin


Mickelson two clear as Power faces another missed cut

Phil Mickelson is leading at La Quinta Seamus Power is facing his fifth missed cut in a row and his sixth in seven starts this season after following his opening 74 at the Stadium Course with a one-over 73 at La Quinta Country Club in the Desert Classic in California.At three-over par, the West Waterford man (31) may need to shoot 60 at the Nicklaus Tournament Course today to make...
Tags: California, Sport, Golf, Phil Mickelson, Rory Mcilroy, Justin Rose, Pga Tour, San Diego, Mickelson, Adam Hadwin, Torrey Pines, LA QUINTA, Farmers Insurance Open, West Waterford, Steve Marino, Jon Rahm


Ducks’ Troy Terry focused on his game after a minor detour

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Troy Terry led Team USA to the gold medal at the World Junior Championships in 2017, when he went 4-for-4 in shootouts, scoring the game-winners in victories over Russia and Canada en route to the gold medal. It was a mere warmup for an appearance in the 2018 Winter Olympics, though. Sandwiched between was an NCAA championship with Denver University, when he totaled four points (all assists) in Frozen Four wins over Notre Dame and Minnesota-Duluth. After his 2017-18 collegiate ...
Tags: Minnesota, Russia, Sports, Sport, Canada, Soccer, San Diego, Ncaa, Las Vegas, AHL, NHL, Terry, Ducks, Notre Dame, Jones, Anaheim-ducks


A Derm's Guide To Getting Rid Of Dandruff For Good

In theory, walking around in a snow globe of your scalp's own design — in which flakes cascade like a never-ending snowfall — sounds like some kind of sci-fi winter wonderland. In practice, dandruff feels far less cool. The constant scalp scratching and shoulder brushing can be both maddening and embarrassing. Thankfully, we have science. Now more than ever, there are efficient and accessible ways to clear the scalp of flaky buildup, your clothes of fallen dead skin, and the psyche of confidenc...
Tags: Fashion, Music, San Diego, Miley Cyrus, Cvs, Palm, Sephora, Bloomingdale, Melanie, Oribe, Davines, Leonor Greyl Bain Traitant


The Best Work I Saw at the Medium Festival of Photography: Part 2

  I never set out to be an opinion columnist. It’s true. Hell, before 2008, if you’d told me I’d become a professional blogger, much less do the job for nearly 9 years, I’d have taken you for a crazy person. But everything realigned 10 years ago, in the eye-teeth of The Great Recession, and frankly, I don’t think the world has been the same since. It’s funny, reading the papers, following the discussions about whether the 10 year bull market has finally turned bear. Will the stock market’s tumbl...
Tags: Photography, Florida, Obama, California, China, Massachusetts, Russia, America, Fbi, Portland, San Diego, Monsanto, Rob, Mcdonalds, New Mexico, Vietnam


Ducati’s Ready for Red Tour Will Stop in 17 Locations Across the U.S.

Get Ready for the Italian Invasion Ducati wants to show off everything its got. The company will do so with its Ready for Red Tour. On the tour, Ducati will hit 17 locations in major cities across the U.S. The goal will be to share what the company is doing from a technology perspective and showcase its newest bikes. Open to the public, Ducati will hold pre-registration for attendance. If it sounds like something you’re interested in you can RSVP now at the tour’s website. The bikes on display ...
Tags: Boston, San Francisco, Chicago, Motorcycles, Ducati, Portland, San Diego, Dallas, Miami, Omaha, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Houston, Seattle, Orlando, Harrison


San Diego grounds Portland with a 76-55 win behind Martinez

Isaiah Pineiro scored 14 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and San Diego overwhelmed Portland from the start and beat the Pilots 76-55            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Portland, San Diego, Martinez, Isaiah Pineiro


Theater review: In ‘Linda Vista’ at the Taper, truth hurts but makes an outstanding play

Dick Wheeler has moved to Linda Vista, a section of San Diego whose name is translatable from the Spanish as “pretty view.” He needs one. He has a grim picture of where he’s been and where he’s headed. Wheeler, who prefers being called by his last name, is the character at the center of  “Linda Vista,” in production at Mark Taper Forum through Feb. 17. And the way playwright Tracy Letts (“August: Osage County”) has written him, he’s one of the most-intriguing, multifaceted and divisive character...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Wheeler, San Diego, Jules, Osage County, Letts, Tracy Letts, Bullard, Linda Vista, Mark Taper Forum, Grand Ave Los Angeles, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Todd Rosenthal


Mexican Riviera Cruise Ports – Highlights and My Favorite Experiences

Sailing along the golden coast of Baja California has long been one of the most popular cruise itineraries – just watch reruns of “The Love Boat” if you don’t believe me. So when Crystal Cruises approached me about sailing with them in this near perfect part of the world, I very quickly accepted. Sailing from Puerto Vallarta to Los Angeles, most of the trip was along the shores of Baja California, an area that was completely new to me. Over the course of a week I enjoyed the many ports of call ...
Tags: Travel, California, Mexico, Americas, Los Angeles, San Diego, Cruising, Pacific Ocean, Destinations, La Paz, Baja California, Puerto Vallarta, Planes Trains Ships, El Faro, Mazatlan, Anaheim


Who could benefit when biggest utility falls apart?

If there’s one classic line in the controversial movie “Vice,” it probably comes early in the film, when then-Vice President Richard Cheney is portrayed thinking about the World Trade Center attacks of 9-11 as “an opportunity,” rather than a tragedy. So it might be today in California, where tragedies partly of its own making afflict the state’s largest utility, whose chief executive has left the firm just when it says it will declare bankruptcy. Pacific Gas & Electric Co. faces as much as $29 b...
Tags: Texas, Colorado, California, Opinion, Oregon, La, Sport, Canada, Soccer, San Diego, Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett, Lausd, World Trade Center, Cheney, Gavin Newsom


San Diego Symphony: Join Us for a Night of Music & Art Wed. Jan. 23, 7 PM

Demarre McGill and Kate Hatmaker are Art of  Élan San Diego Symphony The Art of Élan presents YOUNG ARTISTS IN HARMONY in partnership with A Reason to Survive (ARTS) WED JAN 23 | 7 PM SAN DIEGO ART INSTITUTE Tickets  $5 & $10. Doors and bar open at 6:15pm. Join us for an innovative night of new music, new art and new experiences at the San Diego Art Institute. This Hearing the Future Festival concert is the culmination of a 10-week resid...
Tags: Religion, San Diego, San Diego Symphony, William J Zick, Demarre McGill, Kate Hatmaker, Art of Élan, San Diego Art Institute, Matt Aucoin, Andrew Hayhurst, Jeremy Kurtz Harris, Élan San Diego


A Local’s Guide: Top 9 Things to Do in San Diego

The very best to do in San Diego as suggested by local writer, Chris Roman.  A Local’s Guide to the Top 9 Things to Do in San Diego Ready for some California dreamin’? As a local who raised a family in coastal San Diego over the past 25 years, I still marvel daily over San […] Read the original post A Local’s Guide: Top 9 Things to Do in San Diego on The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, California, Guest Posts, United States, San Diego, City Guides, San Diego Ready, Chris Roman


Meet the new Ducks, who come from near and far to join the struggling team

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Left wing Max Jones and right wing Troy Terry caught a flight from San Diego to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Center Justin Kloos drove roughly four hours north on Interstate 35 from Des Moines, Iowa. Center Derek Grant hopped aboard a flight from Phoenix. Defenseman Michael Del Zotto didn’t join the Ducks for their game Thursday against the Minnesota Wild. He is expected to remain in Vancouver, British Columbia, for several days while his immigration paperwork is...
Tags: Minnesota, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, San Diego, Vancouver, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, NHL, Terry, Ducks, Grant, Jones, Anaheim-ducks, Dallas Stars