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Cause For Change
Each new year brings reflection of the past and anticipation for the future. Resolutions and calls to action are at their strongest. There is a striving for movement in the places in our lives we may have forgotten or let dust settle.
It is fitting then, this month we honor one of the great hero’s of the past, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. His longest and most famous letter, Letter From Birmingham Jail, is a gripping reflection on past ways and the need for change.
To one of the strongest advocates for progress and social transformation, Thank you for continuing to shake us out of passivity and silence.
New You, New Beginnings
Start the New Year off right! Here’s a few tips from Madamenoire on how to make this year better than the last. Placing yourself first, realistic goals, the release of fear – this new year, strengthen.
Come to the Everyday. #thisisyourlife
Wine Bar and Restaurant
Started by Nick and Trish Carlino, Ester’s opened in early 2018. After owning their own Maple Leaf restaurant, their creative palates are back, but this time in Fremont. A marriage between “fast casual” and “wine bar,” Ester’s is one of the new hot spots in town for happy hour.
“Esters takes its name from the scientific name for the molecules that are present in wine and some spirits,” Carlino says. “Each ester has its own unique bouquet and strong smells that are often quite pleasant. So basically it’s a nerdy enophile term.”
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Business Tip for the New Year:
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-from the Foreword by Stephen R. Covey,
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