Portfolium Revolutionizes Multimedia Packed Employment Portfolios

Portfolium Revolutionizes Multimedia Packed Employment Portfolios

Richard Lloreda, Staff Writer

In the age of technology, standing out from the crowd is more important than ever. Adam Markowitz, founder and CEO of the San Diego-based visual resume posting site Portfolium,...  Read More »

November 25, 2015

Eight-Year-Old Girl Shows Giving Is Easy

Eight-Year-Old Girl Shows Giving Is Easy

Angela Cooper-McCorkle, Alumni Contributor

Not many 8-year-olds can say they’ve bought their own cow, but that’s only one of the unusual things Charlotte Tristan has done. Even more impressively, she’s done them...  Read More »

November 11, 2015

Crafting for Fun and Profit

Crafting for Fun and Profit

Richard Lloreda, staff writer

Handcrafting is finding a receptive public these days. Candle and soap magician extraordinaire Shem Gott, creator of Mr. B’s Luminaire’s in Oceanside, California, is right...  Read More »

October 3, 2015

A Good Cause

A Good Cause

Richard A. Lloreda

More than 200 people braved the driving rain one morning last spring to attend the 17th Annual San Diego American Marketing Association (AMA) Cause Conference at National...  Read More »

August 14, 2015

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Vendetta Dark Chapter 1

Vendetta Dark Chapter 1

Josh Pederson, Author

Chapter One The secret is patience. This has always been the truth. Time is a key that can open many doors. And after years of waiting, the time had finally come. The...  Read More »

November 20, 2015

November 16-22 is Antibiotic Awareness Week

November 16-22 is Antibiotic Awareness Week

Lynnette Satterfield, Editor in Chief

Monday, Nov. 16 is the first day of a global movement to promote Antibiotic Awareness week. The Small World Initiative (SWI) is a group that promotes proper usage of current...  Read More »

November 16, 2015

HLH: When a Fever Is a Deadly Sign

HLH: When a Fever Is a Deadly Sign

Lynnette Satterfield, Editor in Chief

The Bleys’ joy could not be contained when Henry Bley was born on Jan. 16, 2015. He was a chubby cheeked boy with an abundance of brown hair and beautiful blue eyes. After...  Read More »

November 13, 2015

Ventura County Museum helps local Vietnam Veterans heal

Ventura County Museum helps local Vietnam Veterans heal

Lynnette Satterfield, Editor

Vietnam Veterans in Ventura County, California, had an outlet for their pain and PTSD from the war when the exhibit titled “We Remember Ventura County to Vietnam and Back”...  Read More »

October 29, 2015

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