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Unleashing Excellence through Creativity

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By Kevin Yaley Nurturing our students’ creativity is an important part of the Francis Parker School mission. At Parker, instruction in the arts helps students develop qualities essential for success in college and beyond. By practicing performing and visual arts, our students learn the essential skills of flexible thinking, risk-taking and persistence. That’s why we [...]

The 2014 Real Estate Outlook: Bull Versus Bear

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By Jason Katz, Vice President of Mortgage Lending for Guaranteed Rate Mortgage 2013 was a year of contrasts for the San Diego real estate market. During the first half of the year, an unusually low supply of homes, coupled with low rates, spurred bidding wars and pushed home prices up sharply. The second half of [...]

What We Can Learn from Celebrity Divorces

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By Nancy Bickford, Bickford Law When Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards divorced, Sheen sent Richards an email calling her “a sad, jobless pig who is sad and talentless and sad and jobless and evil and a bad mom…” During Christy Brinkley’s divorce from Peter Cook, she was accused of breaking into Cook’s office, copying his [...]

Empowering Students Through STEAM

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By Kevin Yaley, Francis Parker School One of the major goals in Parker’s recently approved Strategic Plan is to inspire academic excellence through the design and development of a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) Program. This STEAM Program will provide our students with opportunities to apply knowledge and skills acquired in content area [...]

Divorce Settlements: Who Gets Custody of the Pet?

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By Nancy Bickford Certified Family Law Specialist in San Diego http://BickfordLaw.com Two years ago, Shannon Louise Travis bought mini dachshund Joey as a 10-week-old puppy from a pet store and gave him to her then-girlfriend, Tricia Bridget Murray, as a gift. Now, after one year of marriage Travis and Murray are getting a divorce. According [...]

Ford 2013 Escape Recall Information: Consumer Info & Recommended Steps

Recall attorney in San Diego discusses the 2013 Ford Escape.

By Michael Pines, Accident & Injury Prevention Expert Owners of the latest 2013 Ford Escape crossovers are urged to take the next steps to prevent accident and injury following the automaker’s latest recall. According to New York Times, Ford is recalling about 140,000 vehicles in the United States because of a potential fire hazard. The [...]

Healthy Choices Promote Academic Success

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By Kevin Yaley, Francis Parker School Last year, the government unveiled new nutritional standards in support of increased student health and wellness as recent studies reinforce the critical role nutrition plays in promoting better learning in students. The Wellness Impact: Enhancing Academic Success Through Healthy School Environments highlights the critical importance of improved nutrition and physical activity [...]

Geriatric Care Managers Lighten the Caregiving Load

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By Colleen Van Horn RN, B.S.N., PHN, CCM, INNOVATIVE HEALTHCARE CONSULTANTS “Taking care of my elderly father, with his complicated medical care, has become more than I can handle,” a reader wrote in to Harvard professor and physician Dr. Anthony Komaroff’s medical advice column. The reader continued, “A friend suggested I hire a geriatric-care manager. [...]

Report: Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore Settle Divorce Following Two-Year Stall Over Money

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By Nancy Bickford, Bickford Law Money can’t buy you happiness, but it can certainly stall a divorce. According to the latest reports, Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore have finally settled their divorce after two years of financial negotiations.  Sources say both remain “satisfied” with the final outcome. Kutcher, 35, and Moore, 50, were married in [...]

Could You Be Driving ‘Drunk’ and Not Know It?

Car accident attorney in San Diego discusses driving while tired.

By Michael Pines, Accident & Injury Prevention Expert Alarm clock. Tired. Bad mood. Shower. Head to work. If that sounds familiar, you join the millions of Americans who wake up groggy, annoyed and simply just too tired. Blame it on Jay Leno, the iPad or your worrying mind – either way, sleep is hard to [...]

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