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Jeeni Criscenzo: We are entering a new Renaissance
INSIGHTS by Joe Howard Crews = I went to a wedding today. It was such a joyous event, I have to share it with you. Itís the first time Iíve ever cried at a wedding. It makes me quite happy that I, at 70 years, can feel such joy. It made me so happy to see Jeenie and Juan take their wedding vows today. Here's why: Read More

Event Reminders:

O'side Coca Cola workers strike for fairness
Friday, 07/04/2008
The workers at Oceanside Coca Cola organized successfully as Teamster Local 683, but the company refuses to negotiate, and still have no contract. Come out and walk the picket line with them and show support for LABOR.

SD Democratic summer steamroller gains speed
Saturday, 07/05/2008
San Diego's largest and most productive voter registration events are coming up. Your assistance will help us reach our goal of registering 10,000 Democrats this year. We have registered 4,000 people to vote thus far.

Seven ENOUGH peace demonstrations in SD Co.
Sunday, 07/06/2008
Seven pro-peace demonstrations are held every weekend throughout San Diego County. In Vista, Ramona, La Mesa, Poway, Encinitas, La Jolla, and Hillcrest. These groups have demonstrating for over six months, and are surging in favor with the public which decidedly wants the Bush War ended. These demonstrations are now in their 10th month of action.

A Week Of Poetry At Idyllwild
Sunday, 07/13/2008
This one week seminar, from July 13-19, is held in a beautiful mountain setting and has wonderful teachers. If you canít come for the entire seminar or canít afford it, think about attending the reading which ends the week on Saturday July 19.

Magee Park Poets sponsors writing workshop
Sunday, 07/13/2008
On Sunday, July 13 from 10am to 1pm, Magee Park Poets will sponsor a poetry writing workshop led by Jill Moses at Cole Library. It's free and reservations are required as seating is limited.