Author Archives: Kim Rescate

Queer Diversity Shines Through

2nd Annual Queer Fashion Week celebrates its second year as the Bay Area’s premier queer fashion event, celebrating diversity and the expression of individuality. For more information visit

Categories: Fashion, Features

Storytelling in Leadership

Storytelling is important in leadership because you can’t just tell your team members to be motivated, be more creative or start being more invested in their job. We use stories to learn, grow, and share our experiences with others. As a leader, you need to be able to use storytelling as a tool to connect people to the organization’s vision. Storytelling is your power to persuade.

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Leadership: Walking the Talk

Modeling behavior is necessary for your own well-being as well as those of your team member’s.

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Leadership Quotes by Lexa from CW’s The 100

Lexa, played by Alycia Debnam-Carney on The CW’s The 100, is the commander of the Grounder clans. She’s a skillful Heda (Commander in Trigedasleng) and fearless warrior. She’s as tough as nails who stops at nothing to protect her peoples. Here are three quotes by Lexa to inspire you to greatness:

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10 Leadership Quotes by Women of Color

Mastering leadership takes time. Being a leader can be challenging, stressful, and lonely at times. For leaders looking for inspiration to get better at what they do and need an occasional reminder that self-care is as important as success, here are ten empowering quotes by women of color:

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Beautiful and Unusual Bookshelves You’d Want in Your Home

We’ve rounded up 10 beautiful ideas on how to display books in your home. Let us know which one’s your favorite. 1. Candle-lit bookshelf 2. Fluid bookshelf 3. Skateboards bookshelf 4. TV bookshelf 5. Guitar bookshelf 6. Plumbing bookshelf 7. Bathroom bookshelf 8. Leather and wood bookshelf 9. Tardis bookshelf 10. Clothespin bookshelf

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Restaurant Review: Tacos El Paisa

Address: 3096 National Ave (b/t 30th St & 31st St ), San Diego, CA 92113 Price: $ Rating: 4/5 Review: The food here is incredibly delicious; fresh, and spicy. You go up to the cashier to order your food and they bring you a platter with free chips with different types of salsa, carrots, slices of radish, […]

Categories: Best of California, Eat

Creative Block

Creative Block group show is back. The show mashes the ideas of a white walls gallery show with the raw outdoor urban feel of SILO in Makers Quarter. Situated on well-lit white walls, the huge group show featured fine art and photography from 50 participating artists with live murals from Honkey Kong, Mike Maxwell, Nekoes, CatGods, and Mr Dvice.

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Take Back the Alley Photos

Take Back the Alley is a fun-filled day organized by Radio Pulso and Roots Factory held at the alley behind Bread and Salt Art Gallery in Logan Heights on Saturday, May 16. It’s part of Media Arts Center San Diego’s (MACSD) initiative and aims to help redefine and transform alleys into safer and friendlier areas […]

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Janet Jackson: “new music, new world tour, a new movement”

Last year, Janet Jackson tweeted: If there is a new project, you’ll hear it from my lips. — Janet Jackson (@JanetJackson) August 1, 2014 A year later,  Janet announced she’ll be releasing new music and going on tour later this year. Script: “I promised you’d hear it from my lips. And now you will. This year, […]

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