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Protect yourself from hepatitis A outbreak

By Ken Williams | Editor… [Read more]

Protect yourself from hepatitis A outbreak Protect yourself from hepatitis A outbreak

Enter the Blue Sky emerges on music scene

By Sara Butler… [Read more]

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A bright spot for superior tacos and creative cocktails

By Frank Sabatini Jr.… [Read more]

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Run to see ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

By Jean Lowerison | Theater Review… [Read more]

Run to see ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ Run to see ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

The Kensington story

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Opinion & News

Guest Editorial: Will Uptown finally get its parking garage?

By Leo Wilson

Recently, the visionary concept of building a public park on top of a multi-story parking garage in Hillcrest has been put forward by the Uptown Gateway Council.

The Uptown Gateway Council is a group of commercial property owners in Hillcrest who hope to transform the area roughly between Fourth and Seventh avenues and from Washington Street to Pennsylvania Avenue. Read More

Calendar: Sept. 22–Oct. 5, 2017

Posted: September 22nd, 2017 | Arts & Entertainment, Calendar, Opinion & News | No Comments

FEATURED EVENTS

Trendy Trade Clothing Swap
Saturday, Sept. 23

Get some new clothes and clean out your closet for a good cause! Join Trendy Trade to swap clothing items with other local women. A minimum of five pieces is required to trade. All unclaimed items will be donated to homeless women. Tickets $15-$20. This a 21-and-older event. 2:30–4:30 p.m. at The Rose Wine Bar, 2219 30th St. in South Park. Visit bit.ly/2xdlYIA. Read More

Guest Editorial: Expanding higher education opportunities should include apprenticeships

Posted: September 22nd, 2017 | Guest Editorial, Opinion, Opinion & News | No Comments

By Rep. Susan A. Davis

When thinking of higher education, most people’s minds go straight to a four-year degree. There is no doubt we need to expand opportunities and increase the affordability of two-year and four-year degrees.

However, higher education is essentially all the formal learning we do after high school. Higher education is the bridge between high school to many careers. A neglected component of higher education and our economy is apprenticeships. They are key to building a highly skilled workforce and closing the skills gap. Read More

Uptown News Briefs: Sept. 22–Oct. 5 2017

Posted: September 22nd, 2017 | News, Opinion & News, Uptown Briefs | No Comments

LEARN HOW TO PREPARE FOR A NATURAL DISASTER

September is National Preparedness Month and with the recent wildfires along the West Coast and the hurricanes in the South, it more important than ever to be prepared.

Sharp HealthCare is providing San Diegans an easy way to learn how to prepare their households for an emergency such as an earthquake, wildfire or power outage. Their sixth annual Disaster Preparedness Expo will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, in Ingram Plaza at Liberty Station, 2640 Historic Decatur Road. Read More