Along the same theme as continuing education, is the subject of Career Transitions.
Here is a good article, found on LinkedIn:
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I had the pleasure of competing in Dance Champs II on Sunday April 15, 2012 at the Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro. It was a benefit for the Assistance League. Competitors include my partner Clarita Bassett, Michael Brophy and Cindy Bradley, Jan Kain and Lou Mardesich, Kathleen Mastin and Frank Sterling, Diane Lopez and Frank…Continue
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The San Pedro Knights of Columbus Angel Gate 1740 will be holding their 98th Annual Dinner Dance, Honoring Past Grand Knight Nick Vilicich on Saturday Evening May 12, in the Mary Star of the Sea Auditorium. MENU: Tri-Tips Roast with all the trimmings, Catered by Danny Maricich. DANCING: to the John Brunac TIME MACHINE.
Donation are $ 25.00 a person. For reservation Please call the K of C. at 310 833-4537, or Chairman SK Tony De Girolamo at 310 519-8885
or by e…Continue
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Recently, Archbishop Gomez asked me to become the assistant Vicar of Clergy for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
This position requires a six year commitment, three of which I will serve as the assistant, followed by three more years as the Vicar of Clergy.
This office cares for the well being of all the Priest in the Archdiocese of…Continue
DeLACreme Presents Rap Legend DJ Quik Live Thursday April 26th ,2012. In San Pedro CA @ The Whale & Ale (327 West 7th Street San Pedro,CA 90731)Limited Space available!
This is An 18+ event Also Performing Will Be Haffway House, Fabrell, J.A.G , Greg…Continue
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Fishermen are not unlike other small business owners experiencing hardships in today’s tough economic climate.
How to help them develop new strategies that are socially, economically and environmentally sustainable will be the focus of a new research project being led by California State University, Dominguez Hills assistant professor of anthropology Ana Pitchon
Funded by the California Sea Grant and…Continue
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Did you know that if you registered your home/cell phones before 2008 that registration has probably expired? It was only in early 2008 that the registry became PERMANENT, per a 2007 legislative bill. To re-register log on to:
You can register up to 3 phone numbers at one time.
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Construction workers found a large granite block with "City Hall 1907" written on it at a North Gaffey residential development. According Anne Hansford of the San Pedro Bay Historical Society, the date is consistent with the original San Pedro City Hall which was built in 1907. "Its been buried for over 100 years and I'm amazed in what good condition most of it is."…Continue
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We are working on delivering a world-class waterfront in the Port of Los Angeles. There are many fantastic projects already in progress. On Thursday night, March 29, 2012 I addressed residents at the Port's annual public meeting. I told them that I look forward to ensuring this transformation process takes place and that it will create the much needed critical mass of people to attract businesses.…Continue
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Three Rooms Press presents
Featuring live performances by:
Mike Watt & The Missingmen
The Lofty Canaanites (w/Jack Brewer & S.A. Griffin)
The West Coast Launch of “Mike Watt: On and Off Bass”
Photography, Reflections and Diary Excerpts by Mike Watt
(Three Rooms Press, 2012)
Saturday, May 5, 2 p.m.
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Manning the Detective Desk while volunteering at LAPD's Harbor Division Station every Friday afternoon for the past couple of years I get a story this week from a…Continue
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March 18, 2012
Fourth Sunday of Lent: 2 Chr 36:14-16, 19-23; Eph 2:4-10; Jn 3:14-21
One of my favorite stories is that of a famous scientist who after giving a lecture was asked what had most shaped his life. He responded that he had started off as a misbehaving child that moved from one school to another because of his lack of control. Finally his mother put him in a Catholic school. On the first day of class he stepped in the room and was startled when he saw the…Continue
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3/9/2012 - Check out their website for new photos of the "Auroras". Gorgeous! - mb…Continue
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I am not thrilled about this announcement from Sprouts Farmers Market, about another merger. As much as we all want to believe this kind of move makes the shopping experience better, it OFTEN does not. If nothing else, many employees are often let go. Not good. This will likely effect our Sprouts (was Henry's) on Western Ave.…Continue
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One hundred and forty thousand street lights in the City of Los Angeles are currently being switched from low-pressure sodium to LED lights. Over eight thousand lights have already been upgraded in the 15th District.
The new lights which seem brighter, but are actually just whiter, will save the City sixty percent in energy costs! The new lights also…Continue
Joe Buscaino interview on NBC LA - topic LAFD response time…Continue
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