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Go Red 2011 Teaser Staff

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What Women Think

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Let's face it: women don't just think ...they over-think! They're constantly musing on what's next on their agenda, wondering what the heck he's thinking, and asking how they can better themselves and the community. So we picked some fun questions to ask them for those of you who wonder...What do Women Think?

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Citizen Kern - Lucinda Sue Crosby

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Lucinda Sue Crosby: Actress, Songwriter, Author, Environmental Educator

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Bakersfield Look - Erica Perez

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FASHION TIP: Keep an eye on what the celebrities and fashion icons wear.

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The Ultimate Gift

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The holidays are a time to reflect on the year that has passed and “resolve” to do new and better things in 2011. We at Houchin Community Blood Bank hope you will place donating blood on your New Year’s resolutions list.

Why? Because your life, or the life of someone you love, could depend on it.

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Window of Life

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Global Family, a Bakersfield nonprofit, rescues and cares for abused, oppressed, and abandoned children in India and Nepal. Tragically, the window to find those kids is often less than 96 hours.

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Cheap Eats & Sweet Treats

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As any foodie will tell you, a craving for good stir-fry can’t wait until payday. That desire for a steak sandwich isn’t going to go away just because you’re low on funds. So what’s a person to do when they’ve only got a $10 bill but a big appetite? Easy! Keep reading...

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What’s it like to be a Condor?

Written by Charlie Durgin

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It’s a big deal in Bakersfield. Just visit Rabobank Arena on any given game night, and you’ll realize it gets pretty hot out there on the ice.

There are rubber pucks, made rock-hard by time spent in a freezer, scooting across the ice faster than a sports car but slower than a bullet. Although, if one hits you, say on the back of your un-padded legs, you’d swear it was fired from a gun.

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Breathing Easy

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We all know the phrase, “It’s as easy as breathing.” We use it when we want to describe something that is considered a cake walk; something we can do with our eyes closed. But breathing easy is something a lot of us take for granted...

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Bakersfield Look - Jeffrey Enoch Florez

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Come on people—lose the Hawaiian shirts.

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COOL 2.0

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In the beginning, there was a word...and that word was: “Cool.”

From there, culture took over and the word splintered. Things were “funky,” “hip,” “rad,” “groovy,” “fly,” and, our personal favorite, “bodacious.”

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Keeping Doors Open

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While most of the country has been grappling with struggling markets and ever-increasing unemployment rates, the Kern Economic Development Corporation (KEDC) has continued to keep the county afloat, securing funds and jobs to ensure the growth of Kern County in the years to come.

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Natural Means Big Business

Written by Tracie Grimes

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It’s been more than 100 years since pioneers began pumping “black gold” from Kern County soil. Little did THEY know that as they dug those first few oil wells in the late 1800s, their labor would continue to fuel Kern County’s economy for the next century.

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Oildorado Returns

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If you find your upper lip surprisingly bare at the moment, and you’re looking to attend Taft’s 100th birthday party this year, it’s high time you tossed the razor into the trashcan (unless, you know, you’re a woman). For without that bristly friend, you won’t be truly accepted at Oildorado Days, taking place this year from October 15th to the 24th.

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Citizen Kern - Monty Byrom

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The music industry is like the mob...you can never really get out.

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Growing a City

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In 2002, four agencies came together to examine metro Bakersfield and what improvements needed to be made in traffic flow and road work to facilitate city growth for the next 20 to 30 years. bill Thomas stepped forward as well and led efforts to secure $630 million for road projects.

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Unrestricted Dream Space

Written by Charlie Durgin

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In between fielding media requests from CBS, USA Today, and the equally-esteemed Bakersfield Magazine, he’s also managing staff and overseeing events at his facility that are, well, rocket science.

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Off the Vine

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You may even know the organization’s history—how it’s the first nonprofit organization in history to complete its original mission. But are you aware that in addition to making sure that premature babies have all the medical resources they need, the March of Dimes seeks to ensure all babies are born healthy?

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Bakersfield Look - Angie Poole

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I’m wearing a bebe top; the skirt is Charlotte Rousse (but the belt is from another skirt); the shoes are Joey; and the jewelery is from bebe, too. Oh, and the bag is...

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Citizen Kern - Dan Tudor

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After graduating college, Tudor was a sports caster for KBAK 29 between the years of 1987 and 1993. “From there, I went into sales and marketing with a national corporation, but I maintained an interest in sports, especially recruiting...

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