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CBD for pets – hemp without the high

Posted: September 21st, 2018 | Featured, Valley Voices | No Comments

Does your dog or cat suffer with any of the following conditions or diseases: arthritis, cancer, degenerative joint disease, chronic pain, poor appetite, seizures, inflammation, anxiety, sleeplessness, and G.I. upsets? If so, then CBD (cannabidiol) oil may be a wonderful supplement to help reduce symptoms and improve your pet’s quality of life.

Your local library’s online offerings

Posted: September 21st, 2018 | Featured, Valley Voices | No Comments

We know that our community enjoys visiting the beautiful Mission Valley Branch Library, and we certainly enjoy seeing you. But did you know that you can use San Diego Public Library resources without ever leaving your home? We use part of our materials budget every year for our “ecollection” — e-books, e-audiobooks, digital magazines, newspapers and other databases which you can access through your computer, smartphone or tablet — and they’re available 24/7.

No such thing as a bad dog

Posted: August 17th, 2018 | Featured, Valley Voices | No Comments

Dogs are sentient creatures and are sensitive to our moods, our tone of voice, and our demeanor. So show your love through praise, not criticism. Step up to the plate and take responsibility for the “mistakes” your pup may make. He will love you for it.

San Diego Library’s history of inclusion

Posted: August 17th, 2018 | Featured, Valley Voices | No Comments

Although libraries in the 21st century are often thought of as bastions of inclusivity, in fact, until the 1960s, libraries in the South were often closed to African-Americans. The Carnegie Library built in Atlanta in 1902 excluded African-Americans by law. Like Atlanta’s library, San Diego’s first Central Library was built in 1902, and funded by a generous grant from Andrew Carnegie. Unlike Atlanta, however, there is no evidence today that it ever excluded patrons on the basis of race, and its staff was integrated by the early 1950s, when the library hired its first African-American clerk.

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