Calendar: Thursday, April 10, 2014

Arts

Complexities of Cultural Identity Exhibit

Richard A. Lou, "Stories On My Back" and James Luna, "I CON". Two artists examine the complexities of cultural identity in this thought-provoking exhibit.
Arts

Mandate Memories

In this tauut and witty drama filled with reveleations of love affairs, dreams ad the founding of Israel, layers are peeled away to reveal the deep hearts of two caring and compassionate human beings. By the author of HALPREN and JOHNSON, Lionel Goldstein once again takes us deep into the hearts of two fascinating characters.
Business7:00a

2014 Dealmakers of the Year

Join us in honoring individuals, firms, and collaborative partnerships that are providing long term value for the San Diego region through creativity, innovation and ethical practices. Media sponsor, The Daily Transcript.
Real Estate9:00a

Mobile Computing for the Real Estate Professional

Real estate professionals need to become more mobile to meet the needs of their clients. Having the hardware is the first step, and software is always essential to providing the proper services. Attend this class and see a new approach to technology.
Construction3:30p

NFPA 70E

Topics include: Recognizing the electrical hazard of an arc flash; Selecting proper PPE; Lock-out and Tag-out procedures (LOTO); Documentation; Energized work permits; and more.
Construction5:30p

CMAA San Diego Chapter - Annual Awards Banquet

Award Presentations: Client of the Year - SANDAG; Member Firms of the Year - T.Y. Lin International; Friend of the Industry - McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP; Scholarships; Project Achievement Awards; Distinguished Owner Honorees.
Health5:30p

2014 Awards Celebration

Victory for healthy communities. Barrio Logan Community Plan approved! After 30 years, a safer and healthier future is secured. West National City leads in environmental innovation. Green Zone initiative gains national attention.
Technology5:30p

The First-Digit Phenomenom

Come hear Ted Hill discuss 19th century's Benford's Law and how it is now being used to detect earthquakes and alterations in digital images, to analyze math models and computational errors in scientific calculations, and to check for fraud in your tax returns. This talk will survey some of the colorful history and empirical evidence of Benford's Law, report recent mathematical discoveries, and describe applications to practical solutions.

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