Archive for October, 2016


Brown Widow vs. Black Widow Spiders: What You Need To Know

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You Have Some New Neighbors That You Haven’t Met Yet. NBCSanDiego.com reports, “The population of brown widow spiders has been growing in San Diego County over the past decade, and experts are warning residents to be cautious.” Be Cautious About Spiders – This Means You This is how one your neighbors looks. Not to be […]

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Best Movie Ever? Gone With The Wind, Titanic, Avatar, Star Wars… Nope. Here It Is.

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Well, there are many best movies ever – and, not surprisingly, they all are about Encinitas. Share with a friend who is really, really, really missing your favorite city. Add the Moonlight Beach Facebook page to your favorites.

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In Guacapocalyptic News: Is It The Guacapocalypse? (No Guac? Say It Ain’t So)

NBC 7 San Diego reports, “The import of avocados from Mexico to the U.S. has decreased by more than half this month, according to the San Diego County Farm Bureau. NBC 7 confirmed with the San Diego County Farm Bureau on Friday that there is a massive shortage of avocados in the county and nationwide caused […]

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A View From Beacons Beach…

Videos from Beacons Beach Here is Facebook video of visitors standing at the top of the Beacons Beach bluff. Have you ever done that?

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Something Very Bad In Our Waters? La Jolla Cove Has Bacterial Infections & Superbug MRSA

Everybody! Out Of The Water? Five lifeguards who patrol the waters at La Jolla Cove have contracted bacterial infections — including the superbug MRSA — over the last three months. Coming To A Beach Near You? Please share this with an ocean-going friend. Both 10News San Diego and CBS8 San Diego have reported that five […]

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The Average San Diegan Household Spends How Much A Month Eating Out? Really?

How Much A Month Do You Spend Eating Out? As noted in this recent bls.gov study, the portion of a San Diego household’s budget spent on food, 11.0 percent, was significantly lower than the 12.8 percent U.S. average. San Diego-area households spent $3,880, or 55.9 percent, of their food dollars on food prepared at home […]

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Mr. Sandman, Tell Me A Dream

No Longer A Dream… Sand Is On The Way. First a little tune – bonus video at the bottom of this post. ‘Mr. Sandman, bring me a dream (bung, bung, bung, bung) Make him the cutest that I’ve ever seen (bung, bung, bung, bung) Give him two lips like roses and clover (bung, bung, bung, […]

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Divers… It’s Whats For Lunch. Watch A Great White Breach A Shark ‘Safety’ Cage (With A Diver Inside)

Well, Was There Anyone In The Shark Cage? Why yes, there was. A great white shark breaches a shark diving safety cage (really) and violently thrashes with a diver inside. See the diver emerge at about the one minute mark of the video. The video was shot near Guadalupe Island, off the coast of Baja California […]

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The 411 On The 619 (Area Code Change Coming… Again?)

With only 10 percent of the area code left, San Diego’s 619 phone numbers are running out. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) says 619 area code numbers are running out, so new landline customers will get a different area code. Existing customers will keep their current numbers. As of now, there are two proposals: […]

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