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The Caravan Outpost Airstream Hotel: The “Silver Bullet” Express to Your Next Ojai Adventure

The Caravan Outpost Airstream Hotel:  The “Silver Bullet” Express to Your Next Ojai Adventure By Jenni Keast Who doesn’t love an Airstream trailer? Not many. And over the last 85 years, there’s been plenty of them to love. With fondly bestowed nicknames like Silver Bullet, Silver Burrito, Silver Twinkie and Toaster-on-Wheels, the iconic silver streamlined Airstream […]

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The Bridges of SoCal: A Bridge Too Far, a Bridge to Nowhere and a Bridge “The Bard” Would Love

Travel article published in the Spring 2017 edition of Southern California Life Magazine. A Bridge Too Far, a Bridge to Nowhere and a Bridge “The Bard” Would Love by Jenni Keast Most people love bridges, though they can’t always tell you why. Perhaps it has something to do with the euphoric feeling of “lift off”—however tame the ascent or short the […]

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“Say ‘Bully’ to Your Bullies” – Nick Vujicic, Life Without Limbs 2- min motivational radio spot

Title: “Say ‘Bully” to Your Bullies Airdate:           September 22, 2015 Program:          #927 Client: Nick Vujicic, Life without Limbs Agency: Roger Kemp & Co. AUDIO FILE: “Say ‘Bully” to Your Bullies              The day that President Theodore Roosevelt died he had no idea that he was seriously ill. Hi, I’m Nick Vujicic at Life Without […]

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Protected: Know the Truth (Philip DeCourcy) – October 2016 Appeal Letter

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World Vision: Stories of Faith in Action: Have Mulch, Will Spread; The Pied Piper of Hamburgers; Other Side of the Highway

  Have Mulch. Will Spread. Want to see your community transformed by the love of God? Invest in their lives by putting in a little sweat equity. Grace Community, a Florida start-up church of 100+, has done just that and now they’re experiencing unexpected growth—with a renewed vision to practice a “pure and undefiled religion.” […]

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The Senator & The Soda Pop – A Primer on Statistics

Statistics.  Even the sound of that word sounds … well, frankly booooring to us right-brain types who, when we hear the phrase “number crunching”  gleefully envision our high-school math teacher as a cockroach, and our foot the “number crunching” machine. If the truth be known, statistics can be quite fascinating. I know because I was […]

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