CARLSBAD‘Avoid Annoyances of Aging’ topic of talkA Good Life Lecture, titled “Avoid the Annoyances of Aging” will be led by Philip J. Goscienski, M.D., from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Georgina Cole Library Community Room, 1250 Carlsbad Village Drive. Admission is free. Learn how to postpone or even avoid many annoyances of aging such as decreased energy, irregular sleep and poor memory. Call (760) 602-2055.CARMEL VALLEYChurch to host car show, seeks entrants Saddleback Church San Diego in Carmel Valley hosts its inaugural community-wide car show as part of its summertime kick-off celebration June 2 at Canyon Crest Academy, 5951 Village Center Loop Road. Hotrods, dragsters, classic cars and muscle cars along with vintage trucks and motorcycles are sought. Entry fee for show registrants is three canned food items, which will stock the church’s food pantry that benefits needy community families. Participating vehicle owners will receive a swag bag. Parking … [Read more...] about Retirement community helps send veterans on ‘Honor Flight’
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close Video Helping combat veterans heal through the game of golf The PGA of America's Helping Our Patriots Everywhere program and the Congressional Country Club bring combat veterans together. For the past two years, Congressional Country Club has welcomed America's combat veterans to its world-class facilities and championship golf courses for two months of instruction, free of charge. The goal: helping America’s heroes heal through the game of golf. It’s all possible thanks to the PGA of America’s HOPE program, which stands for Helping Our Patriots Everywhere. “PGA HOPE is amazing,” said former Maj. Pierre Larkin, originally from the south side of Chicago, who served in three services – the Army, Air Force, and Marines – over his 32-military career. Larkin, 51, is a veteran of four combat tours to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Africa. “It builds on those core values that soldiers have -- that camaraderie, esprit de corps, even … [Read more...] about PGA helping America’s veterans at Congressional Country Club
PITTSBURGH — Thousands flocked to Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall in Oakland on Sunday afternoon for a vigil honoring the lives lost in Saturday's shooting at Squirrel Hill's Tree of Life Synagogue, CBS Pittsburgh reports. The auditorium held about 2,500 people while about 1,500 more stood outside the building in the rain, listening to what was being said inside on loudspeakers, the station added. Pittsburgh shooting highlights rise in hate crimes across the U.S. Jeffrey H. Finkelstein, president and CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, began the vigil. "After a raging anti-Semite shot up a holy place of worship on our Shabbat and murdered our extended Pittsburgh Jewish family, we needed to be here because at times like these, we need community. We need the comfort of each other. We need love, not hate, and we need that giant hug that this Pittsburgh Jewish community always gives," Finkelstein said. Finkelstein went on to thank all the officials in … [Read more...] about Thousands flock to vigil for Pittsburgh synagogue shooting
DeNeen L. Brown, The Washington Post Published 6:46 pm PDT, Saturday, September 29, 2018 People check out a mural painted on the side of Interstate 244 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The freeway cut the predominantly African-American Greenwood district in two when it was built in the 1970s. People check out a mural painted on the side of Interstate 244 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The freeway cut the predominantly African-American Greenwood district in two when it was built in the 1970s. Photo: Photo By Shane Bevel For The Washington Post Vanessa Hall-Harper, a Tulsa city council member, and local activist Kristi Williams visit Oaklawn Cemetery, where many think there is a mass grave for people who died in the race-related incident. Vanessa Hall-Harper, a Tulsa city council member, and local activist Kristi Williams visit Oaklawn Cemetery, where many think there is a mass grave for people who died in the race-related incident. … [Read more...] about Tulsa’s Black Wall Street tells what was, and what’s coming
Elizabeth Bruenig, The Washington Post Published 9:17 am PDT, Monday, September 24, 2018 Amber Wyatt got married in March and is completing an undergraduate psychology program at Texas State University. Amber Wyatt got married in March and is completing an undergraduate psychology program at Texas State University. Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Amanda Voisard Amber Wyatt is back in school and married to Stephen Wilson, whom she encountered during her recovery. The couple is seen with their dog, Stitch, in San Marcos, Texas. Amber Wyatt is back in school and married to Stephen Wilson, whom she encountered during her recovery. The couple is seen with their dog, Stitch, in San Marcos, Texas. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Amanda Voisard A ladder leads to the loft of the shed where Amber Wyatt reported she was raped, in a 2006 evidence … [Read more...] about Teen reported 2006 rape. Then nothing happened. In #MeToo era, what do we owe her?