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Today’s World

TODAY’S WORLD is a fifteen minute program that discusses health, economy, parenting, education, environment issues in the San Francisco/San Jose/Oakland/Bay Area. Hosted by Sue Hall, the show can be heard every Sunday morning on five Bay Area radio stations.

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Pixar Fest Food Guide

Don’t miss out on the celebration of Pixar Fest, now at Disneyland® and Disney California Adventure®! Running from June 23rd to September 3rd, Pixar Fest offers special food, treats, and merchandise all dedicated to Disney’s Pixar Films. Check out the exclusive Pixar Fest foods and where to get them at …

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Pet Of The Week: Stanley

Stanley is a bona fide gentleman of a cat. He’s gallant, respectful and dignified.  Stanley believes in old fashioned values and would be the type to eschew a text and instead send a hand written letter. This noble seven year old orange tabby is affectionate, friendly and well-mannered with other …

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Student Who Walked 20 Miles…

A college student who was walking 20 miles in the dark to get to his new job has been given a gift he won’t forget for a long time. After his car broke down, this student started walking through the suburbs of Alabama at midnight in order to arrive at …

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Miracles DO happen! #FeelGood What the young soccer players vow to do going forward.

As you know by now, the 12 young soccer players and their coach were all rescued safely from a cave in Thailand. They are now out of the hospital and telling their story. How they got there to begin with and how it changed their lives forever! Read on… https://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/national-international/Thai-Cave–Soccer-Team-Leave-Hospital-488471581.html

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It’s a MIRACLE.

The 12 soccer players and their coach are out of the hospital and recouping from their ordeal after being rescued. They did not make the invitation to the World Cup finals this year, but hope to go next year. Read about what they went through and how they are doing …

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