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Gaga the Magnificent

Lady Gaga opened the Super Bowl 50 show with a magnificent rendition of the National Anthem - flawless and radient. The football game itself was quite dull by comparison. Bruno Mars and Beyoncé saved the halftime show - not sure why ColdPlay's sound was so garbled but Bruno Mars shined even in those farcocted black silk pajamas. And Beyoncé... everyone knows heels in the grass risk a fall on your ass.

Look Who came to Dinner

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Family get togethers on the Kovarik side of the family are too few and far between. This was our first time meeting Brian and Stephanie's lovely daughter Elizabeth, a dynamo child who acts shy but really seems to know what she wants. Big brown curls and big brown eyes. We were lucky they came out for a SoCal vacation and got to spend a couple of evenings together.

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Where Will You Be Dining Out?Dine out for Life

We have been supporting 'Dining Out for Life' for seveal years now.
Hey it's a terrific reason to give your aprons a rest and to thank the
sponsoring restaurants and local merchants who participate.
Check Out Their web site

Bowling 4 Equality

We did it - another year of Bowling for Equality supporting HRC.

The 8th Annual HRC Bowling for Equality event, February 27, 2015 at the world famous Kearney Mesa Bowl. We highlighted the second wave from 3-5 PM under the "Guys Like Us" banner.

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If you get a chance to see Kurios by Cirque Du Soleil please do. It is a terrific show. We saw it at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles and it will continue to travel around the country. The official title "Kurios: Cabinet of Curiosities" is aptly named and the look and feel of the show is marvelous. It's loaded with great comedy, music, costumes, stage design and circus acts. Check out the official web site and see for yourself.

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We celebrated the new year with the LCCC family at the Crystal Palace - dancing, drinking, hooting and hollering were on the menu. The food was lousey but the brandy made up for it.


We celebrate independence and the abundance of freedom we enjoy as Americans remembering that equality is also a symbol of freedom, one we struggle tirelessly to achieve. Every American should have a right to a quality education, full time employment that pays a livable wage, the right to marry the partner of their choice and the right to competent, timely and affordable health care.