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FRONTLINE CANCER: Exploring the link between obesity and cancer

Dr. Scott Lippman

More than two-thirds of U.S. adults are overweight or obese, which comes with a long and heavy list of associated health risks, among them: coronary heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes — and cancer.

Rant with Randi: MAGCON

Most of you reading this will have no idea what I’m talking about. Let’s start here. Do you have a teenage daughter? Does she watch Vine videos?

San Dieguito Union High School District Superintendent Rick Schmitt’s Monthly Update

Superintendent Schmitt plans to update the greater San Dieguito Union High School District community through our local media with a monthly update.

More strip mall madness

I agree that strip malls are dead and we should return to a main street mixed-use model (March 13: “Strip Mall vs. Main Street”). Not everyone agrees, though. Donahue Schriber (DS), the big strip mall developer that owns Del Mar Highlands Town Center (DMHTC), wants even more strip mall madness. A couple of weeks ago, [...]

Keeping jobs and tax dollars local

Dave  Roberts

Creating jobs and keeping tax dollars local. Those were the driving forces behind an initiative I brought to the Board of Supervisors late last month.

Del Mar Rotarians spring into service projects

By Emily Figueiredo, Club Publicity Chair With the sun shining and spring in the air, the Del Mar Rotarians are busy with service projects to benefit local community members and international efforts. April 26 will mark the international “Rotarians At Work Day” with hundreds of thousands of Rotarians all doing service projects in their communities [...]

A heart for the community is needed — voice your support for One Paseo

I’m a 14-year Carmel Valley resident, one whose views are not represented by the author of the letter to the editor (March 22, “One Paseo Undecided . . .”).  I am not undecided.  My husband and I, friends and neighbors are very much decided.  We want One Paseo, its main street and the amenities it [...]

New law means redevelopers will have an easier time getting a variance

2026 Seaview Ave. development

This letter is in response to the published article titled “Court decision clarifies code issue.” The information in that article did not completely address the hardship issue for granting a variance. The article states that the Design Review Board approved Jon Scurlock’s development application in June 2010; concluding that constructing the new house on the [...]

Mrs. Paige Rollins: An exceptional person and teacher

Mrs. Paige Rollins visiting her class and the ladybugs. Courtesy photo

It can be very difficult to break a cycle.

As a high school sophomore, that cycle is school, stress and lack of sleep. This recurring, unyielding pattern seldom provides an opportunity for us to reflect on the happy years of elementary school with 15 minutes maximum of homework and all the leisure time in the world. The focus is on the future, not the past, and we are hard-pressed to remember details of our lives from the fleeting glimpses we catch while continuing our cycle. Mrs. Paige Rollins, however, can see much more than a glimpse of everything, or at least, me.

Footnotes and fragments

Gordon Clanton

Keynoter. California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsome will speak Thursday, April 3, at the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club. Info at www.rsfdem.org. Either Newsome or Attorney General Kamala Harris is likely to be the next governor of California four-plus years from now – sooner if Jerry Brown runs for president.

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