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Citizen Kern - Lisa Fuson

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It’s physically demanding and fun to voice girls who are kicking butt!

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Believe. Inspire. Dream.

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The Bakersfield Women's Business Conference is a very unique opportunity for women to explore possibilities and gain new awareness.

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Social Distortion? Back to Basics

Written by Tracie Grimes

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Many employers try to keep an open mind when it comes to office atmosphere, but common sense still prevails...

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Women in the Media

Written by Matthew Martz

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Producers, assignment editors, production assistants, and writers. They do whatever needs to be done at that moment, and sometimes with only minutes to spare...

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Reaching Out

Written by Naomi Moss

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Thanks to strong, confident women and excellent programs, young women are gaining the all-important skills for success.

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Special Ladies in Red 2011

Written by Monique Stensrud, Joseph Brook

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Brayden arrived just three days shy of full term but his journey started eight days after he was born. He had stopped eating and was turning blue. An echocardiogram showed that the main artery leaving his heart, the aorta, was not opening fully, restricting the blood flow—a condition called aortic valve stenosis...

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Ladies in Red 2011

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Red has never looked so good! We’re proud to unveil the 2011 Bakersfield Magazine Ladies in Red in support of the Go Red for Women Campaign. These are women from our very own community who have a direct connection to heart disease and stroke and want to help our local American Heart Association put an end to the #1 and #3 killers of women in the country.

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Bakersfield Look - Tami Calderwood

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Look put-together when you go out. You never know who you will run into.

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Go Red Cover Teaser

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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

Written by Greg Gallion

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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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