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Becoming Julia Morgan At the Monday Club

Then & Now By Judy Salamacha Early in the play “Becoming Julia Morgan,” Julia delivers her standard retort to reporters believing her work speaks for itself, however, newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst has insisted Jerry Mac interview his architect about their San Simeon...

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Human Trafficking Today’s Slavery

Then & Now By Judy Salamacha Whether you appreciate his comedic style or choice of television and movie roles, once you’ve heard Ashton Kutcher talk about “Thorn: Digital Defenders of Children,” you learn to admire how he and co-founder Demi Moore, have invested talent and resources...

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Quirky Harmony Having Resurgence

Then & Now By Judy Salamacha In the early 1990s, American bestselling author, Christopher Moore, wrote his debut novel, “Practical Demonkeeping,” while working as a waiter at the Harmony Pasta Factory. Cambria Tourism archived this excerpt from his biography: “I was supposed to be...

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Friends of the Elephant Seals Turns 20

Then & Now By Judy Salamacha Congratulations to the Friends of the Elephant Seals on its 20th Anniversary, greeting more than 2.2 million worldwide visitors stopping by the protective viewpoint just south of Point Piedras Blancas Lighthouse to check out thousands of gigantic marine...

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Chamber of Commerce CEO Sticking to the Plan

Then & Now By Judy Salamacha Time flies when you’re remodeling. This is true whether building a structure, a business, or a program. Savvy leadership understands change is positive, and furthermore, change is appreciated when modifications preserve the integrity of what worked best in...

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