Dancing With the Sun

February 18, 2011 by Ernie McCray
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Sitting with thoughts dancing in my mind about all the hope that I had recently seen rise in Cairo, I looked online for an image to match how I felt inside and a picture of a rich yellow sun rising or setting in a reddish orange sky caught the attention of my eyes and I literally found myself mesmerized by its beauty.

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Rites of Passage

June 17, 2009 by Frank Gormlie
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by Frank Gormlie

SUNSET CLIFFS, CA. Ah, the rites of Spring, the rites of passage. Jim Grant, local photographer best known for his amazing sunsets, sent us this pic of local kids doing the jump. Ah, to be young again.

In my youth, just a few moons ago, I did this jump a number of times. I even swam through the yucky seaweed to the cave, walked in a few yards and found the hidden stairs to the old locked door that leads to the secret passageway. It was used during Prohibition for booze runners. They hadn’t heard yet of the ‘no alcohol’ ban in San Diego parks.

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September 11, 2008 by Staff

9 11 – Where Are We Now Allan Acevedo, Staff Columnist / The Daily Aztec / September 11, 2008 In the chaos that ran rampant after the initial attacks on 9/11, everyone was consumed with uncertainty. We did not know how we would recover or where our nation would go. Regardless of what we expected, […]

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Getting Organized, Getting Engaged

February 18, 2008 by Staff

Independent Antiwar Intervention in the 2008 Election Campaigns By Carl Davidson February 13, 2008 If our peace movement wants to make some far-reaching gains in the 2008 election cycle, it doesn’t have much time to waste. Super Tuesday is over, the remaining campaigns will end in November, and critical events are moving at a rapid […]

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