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Entries from December 27th, 2007

Adventurers take to the sea for whale watching tours

December 27th, 2007 · No Comments · Community, Entertainment

The public is invited to embark on a ocean adventure through the Aquarium of the Pacific’s educational Whale Watch. Whales, dolphins, seals, and birds of all kinds make incredible journeys along the California coast, ranging from a few hundred miles to many thousands. Adventurers will explore the nearby seas aboard Harbor Breeze Cruises to seek […]

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Spotlight on Advertisers : The Gaslamp Restaurant

December 27th, 2007 · No Comments · Spotlight on Advertisers

The Gaslamp Restaurant is saying goodbye to 2007 with its New Years Eve celebration. The evening will have dining, dancing, and live entertainment. Guests have the opportunity to choose between two different multi-course menus and seating is by reservation only. Knyght Ryder, Your Favorite 80s Tribute Band, will be performing three sets that evening and […]

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Real Estate: Look for a buyer’s market

December 27th, 2007 · No Comments · Business

Submitted by Allison Van Wig Special to the Signal Tribune For most people, real estate is the most valuable property they will ever own. Whether it be a house, farm land or an investment property, real estate comes with a price tag. No matter what type of real estate you are looking at buying, there […]

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Focus on Business : Bo’s Cigar Lounge finds success with a personal touch

December 27th, 2007 · No Comments · Focus On Business

When stepping inside Bo’s Cigar Lounge customers are greeted almost immediately by owner and host, Bo Mouissat. Most people soon realize that they have arrived at a special and unique place. Mouissat had long dreamed of opening his own business to pursue his passion for cigars and create the kind of atmosphere and customer service […]

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Social Security warns seniors to beware of scam phone calls, e-mails

December 27th, 2007 · No Comments · Finance, News

During this holiday season, seniors need to be especially cautious about giving out information over the telephone and through e-mail. “Along with delivering good cheer and best wishes, scam artists may try to prey on trusting seniors to get personal and financial information,” said Social Security Regional Communications Director Leslie Walker.

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