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Adventures in gardening

Morgan M. Hurley | Downtown Editor… [more]

Adventures in gardening Adventures in gardening

It’s the ‘Dog Days of Summer’

Monica Medina | Downtown News … [more]

It’s the ‘Dog Days of Summer’ It’s the ‘Dog Days of Summer’

Geeking out

Charlene Baldridge | Downtown News… [more]

Geeking out Geeking out

Celebrity chef in the house

Frank Sabatini Jr. | Downtown News… [more]

Celebrity chef in the house Celebrity chef in the house

What’s up at the waterfront

Delle Willett |Art on the Land… [more]

What’s up at the waterfront What’s up at the waterfront

Opinion & News

Opinion & Letters August 2014

Posted: August 4th, 2014 | Breaking News, Opinion | No Comments

Editorial: College depression By Jeremy Bamidele The recent string of school shootings has inspired school administrators to start taking a closer look at mental illness and the dangers it may cause when left unchecked.

Downtown Calendar August 2014

Posted: August 4th, 2014 | Breaking News, Calendar | No Comments

FRIDAY – AUGUST 1 First 5 First Fridays – Nightingale Music: Recommended for ages 4 and under, children will be introduced to a variety of music types from nursery songs to rock ‘n’ roll. 10:30 a.m., New Children’s Museum, 200 W. Island Ave., Marina District. Visit thinkplaycreate.org

Downtown Briefs August 2014

Posted: August 4th, 2014 | Breaking News, Downtown Briefs, News | 1 Comment

COMICS DRIVE FOR MARINE CORPS EXTENDED In support of San Diego Comic Con International, the Hard Rock Café — located at 801 Fourth Ave. in the Gaslamp Quarter — started a comic book drive for servicemembers of the United States Marine Corps stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar who are currently serving overseas. The […]

Opinion & Letters July 2014

Posted: July 7th, 2014 | Breaking News, Opinion | No Comments

Opinion: Saving the Cleveland National Forest

Last Wednesday, June 25th, a large group of Activists, Conservationists, and Environmentalists spoke before the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. We were all united in a single cause: To urge the County Supervisors to save the Cleveland National Forest by re-adopting the protections that were implemented over 20 years ago by the Forest Conservation Initiative.