Stephanie Glidden

Contributing Writer

Recent Stories

S.D. Workforce Partnership Earns Praise From Its Peers

The San Diego Workforce Partnership announced that it received the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Trailblazer Award from the National Association of Workforce Boards, the membership organization and advocate for more than 550 workforce development boards nationwide and their network of American Job Centers.

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Point Loma Peninsula Should Be on Any S.D. Treasures Map

When Richard Henry Dana Jr. landed in San Diego in the mid-1830s, he wrote about his experience as a merchant seaman in his classic memoir “Two Years Before the Mast.” Upon arriving at the harbor mouth in Point Loma, Dana wrote: “...we had a large and well-wooded headland directly before us, behind which lay the little harbor of San Diego.”

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Co. Opens Location and Opens Its Heart With Donation

Arhaus LLC, a nationwide home furnishings company, donated $16,921 to Promises2Kids. Arhaus selected Promises2Kids as its charity of choice to receive 10 percent of sales during its recent grand opening event at Westfield UTC.

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Atlantic Charms, Pacific Setting

A quest for untapped potential is the driving force behind this Hamptons-style residence on the southwestern edge of the Muirlands neighborhood in La Jolla. As part of its Signature Series of residential homes, award-winning builder Zephyr challenged the boundaries of traditional thinking by rotating the footprint of the previous home to maximize the panoramic views that span from Dana Point to Mexico. This spacious, light-filled home is an impeccable fusion of classic East Coast styling with the luxury of California indoor/outdoor living.

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Grant Helps Center for Children on Its Education Mission

Las Patronas, a La Jolla-based nonprofit, announced it awarded a $16,657 grant to the San Diego Center for Children Academy’s expansion project.

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From Tree to Design Treasures, Del Mar Home Has Cool Covered

With the rumble of the racetrack to the east and the soothing sound of waves lapping the shore just a few steps to the west, this Craftsman-style home is the personification of life in the Beach Colony of Del Mar.

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Gift of $30M Will Help Build ‘One-of-a-Kind Children’s Zoo’

Philanthropist T. Denny Sanford announced during a San Diego Zoo employee meeting in January that he is making a $30 million donation — the largest single gift the San Diego Zoo has ever received.

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Month of a Million Meals Delivers the Million and Much More

Feeding San Diego announced that $1,055,634, equating to 4,222,536 meals, was raised during the fifth annual Month of a Million Meals campaign in partnership with ABC10 and Live Well San Diego.

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Corner Market Delivers Food Aid With Dignity, Determination

Jewish Family Service of San Diego’s Hand Up Food Pantry was awarded “Best Choice Pantry” for its Corner Market at the 2017 San Diego County Hunger Conference. Each year, the Hunger Conference, hosted by the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank, convenes to discuss how to stop hunger in San Diego County, focusing on collaborative approaches, unified efforts and prioritizing those served.

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Toy Ride Lights Up Lives and Spreads the Joy on Its Journey

Nearly 500 kids had something to unwrap for Christmas thanks to the San Diego Bike Club and the participants in their annual toy ride.

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