San Diego Foundation announces grants for two Escondido non-profits

The San Diego Foundation this week announced the next round of the Opening the Outdoors grantees and two nonprofits in Escondido have received awards to fund projects in the community.  The 2019 Opening the Outdoors grants emphasize collaboration among local nonprofits working together to create a more vibrant region by increasing the number of natural amenities in low-income communities; building […]

Unitarian Universalists answer “What if”


Think about this: What if there was a world where, whatever your spiritual belief, or non-belief, you would be accepted—with love and friendship; with no agenda, no creed. Would you want to be part of it? What if there was a community in which freedom of belief coexists with ethical and spiritual living. Would that seem like a good idea? […]

Susan Crane, 67

Susan Crane passed on June 15, 2019. She was born on May 24, 1952 and grew up in Jesmond Dene. She lived in Escondido most of her life. She lived in Fallbrook for 25 years as well.  She was a “Hippie Chick” or “Cab Lady” to some but she was a friend to all. She is now free to fly […]

Developing Giant Killers!


 We can only develop people out of who we are, not out of who we want to be.  That said, we may encourage those coming up after us to learn from our mistakes, but all too often, it is the human tendency to refuse such advice.   Regardless, the path to victory is often paved with struggles.  One might say, […]


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