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Aly Faucett

It’s Homeless Awareness Day – Here’s Why You Should Care

By | Homelessness, Knowledge is Power, Mixte Community | No Comments

I’m lucky to call myself a native San Diegan. I grew up in a suburb that is not unlike most suburbs across the country. You know the kind of place I’m talking about – the shopping centers are all painted beige, the front doors are rarely locked, the kids cause harmless trouble by TP-ing houses and there is one homeless individual who you consistently encounter.

My community’s homeless neighbor sat, and still sits, every day outside a gas station with a sign that reads, “Anything helps.”
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My Coaster Commute: “That Girl with the Green Bike”

By | Exercising, Mixte Culture, We Likes Bikes | No Comments

The color of my bike is green. Not just any green– bright, lime green. I’ve never been a big fan of green, but I’ve always been an impulse shopper and the color looked better than the pinks, baby blues and bright oranges that surrounded it more than a year ago. After two weeks living in California and a small amount of money in my bank account, I bought a gigantic green beach cruiser.

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We’re About That BikeLife

By | Mixte Culture, We Likes Bikes | No Comments

It’s always been a mission of the San Diego County Bike Coalition to promote bicycling as a mainstream form of transportation for all people in San Diego County. And it’s always been a mission of Mixte to empower nice companies to tell their stories. That’s why, when the opportunity arose to publish a regional magazine all about the fun of bicycling in San Diego County, neither of us could pass it up.

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