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A Night at the Lodge

Early March always brings the arrival of San Luis International Film Festival. Five days of independent film makers displaying their digital craft amongst the big and small screens of the county. From documentaries, to shorts, student films and narratives the array of subjects, cinematography and creative ambitions converge to make...

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It all started in 1945 when a reporter for Life Magazine wrote about an ancient Chinese ritual in which one could balance an egg on one end. Supposedly, with no scientific support, you could balance a raw egg on one end on the Spring Equinox.  Supposedly, the pull of gravity...

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Oh, the Resolution.  How many of you make them?  Well, actually the bigger question—How many of you keep them? I actually did fairly well this past year. I resolved to read more, which I have succeeded at, maybe not as much as I would like to, but I would say...

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There must be something magic about surfing, healing and fulfilling. We know so many people who have made surfing one of the most important parts of their lifestyle and they keep it forever. It’s more than just an athletic activity. Now, thanks to Ampsurf, disabled Americans, veterans and others, can...

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