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Let it shine

By B.J. Coleman… [Read more]

Let it shine Let it shine

Cherry Blossom Festival hits double digits

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Cherry Blossom Festival hits double digits Cherry Blossom Festival hits double digits

Half a century of giving in Hillcrest

By Hutton Marshall… [Read more]

Half a century of giving in Hillcrest Half a century of giving in Hillcrest

First and tallest at North Park’s ‘Busy Corner’

By Katherine Hon… [Read more]

First and tallest at North Park’s ‘Busy Corner’ First and tallest at North Park's ‘Busy Corner’

Vintage immersion at Lafayette Hotel

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Vintage immersion at Lafayette Hotel Vintage immersion at Lafayette Hotel

PROMOTION: COLEMAN UNIVERSITY

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PROMOTION: COLEMAN UNIVERSITY PROMOTION: COLEMAN UNIVERSITY

Opinion & News

Opinion – February 27

Editorial: Banner year in community planning ahead

Neighborhood elections could set vision, have impact on community development for a generation

By Chris Ward

Nearly 10 years ago, a proposed 12-story residential, commercial and public parking development at Third and University avenues sparked a firestorm of conversation in the Hillcrest neighborhood about the future of the community.
Exchanges about character, infrastructure, traffic, parking and quality of life arose from passionate urbanists and preservationists and those in-between. Read More

Calendar: February 27 – March 12

Featured Events

‘Big in Japan’
Friday, Feb. 27 – Thursday, March 5

The film, playing at Digital Gym (2921 El Cajon Blvd., North Park), is part comedy, part rock ‘n’ roll odyssey. It tells the story of a struggling rock band from Seattle, Tennis Pro (played by the real members of the band), as they take a journey to Tokyo for one last shot at success. Read More

Uptown Briefs – February 27

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North Park youth wins $100,000 chef award

On Feb. 24, North Park 12-year-old Nathan Odom won the third season of “Masterchef Junior.” As the winner, Odom received $100,000 from the Fox reality cooking show, reported San Diego’s Fox 5. Read More