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Old Town-Mission Valley 11.9.2017

Keahi Rozet

It was the hardest decision that I’ve ever had to make! You see I grew up in Hawaii and I have been singing and playing the ukulele since I was a kid. My grandmother was an amazing singer which truly inspired me. Read more>>

Nathaniel Greene Jr

Nathaniel, affectionately dubbed Nate G by his customers, and wife of 26 years Adrienne opened Nate G’s Family Salon in March of 2014. After Nate’s more than 20 years in the business, they decided to open their own salon where they could create a welcoming, relaxing and family atmosphere that they always wanted their customers to experience. Read more>>

Dustin Hauck

I have been practicing architecture for over twenty years. As the principal of Hauck Architecture, I am responsible for all of the firm’s projects and designs from feasibility studies, concept designs, project management and construction document production. Read more>>

Barbara Miller

After receiving a Journalism degree from the University of Oregon and working in television on-air promotions for almost 18 years, it was time for a change. I had been teaching exercise classes part-time since the early 2000’s and I loved helping people feel good in their body through movement. Read more>>

Kay Beachnau

I started my photography business about six months ago from nothing. I have spent countless hours not only mastering the art of photography, but also mastering the art of business. I am still learning and I hope I can continue to learn new things everyday. Read more>>

Alex Blank

Murder Mystery Scavenger Hunt started as a passion project that I never anticipated would become a business. I had participated in a few (relatively simple) scavenger hunts and clue-based races, and I was inspired to see if I could create something really cool. Read more>>

Jessica Wells

I know it sounds cliche, but my love for photography began when I was about 10 years old. I’ll never forget the first time I wielded a disposable camera and the sound the gears made as I wound the film around that 35mm spool. Read more>>

Brenden Masar

I’ve worked for an advertising firm since graduating college in 2005. I was the lead copywriter for several years, writing mostly real estate-related marketing material. In 2009, during a trip to Russia with a friend, I picked up a video camera for the first time since film school and re-discovered my love of filmmaking. Read more>>

Devin Morrow

Let’s see, I’ve always had an affinity for tools. I used to sneak into the garage as a child and play around in my mother’s tool bench. Dad would break things, she always seemed to know how to fix them. She is artistic and tool savvy. Read more>>

Marc Sklar

17 years ago I helped my first patient to have her baby. It was a changing point in my life and career. We both crossed each other’s path to move us forward on our life journeys. I entered her life to help her treat her PCOS and have a child and she entered mine to propel me into my career of supporting couples with their fertility and reproductive issues. Read more>>

Phillip Palmejar

I began training in the martial arts at the age of 8. Even at that time, before I received my first black belt rank, I knew that I wanted to be a teacher in my life. I worked tirelessly from that age forward receiving several ranks and titles in many styles and systems of martial arts until I opened my own school, P5 Academy in August of 2011, at the time, in Downtown, San Diego. Read more>>

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