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Tactical urbanism for Hillcrest, anyone?

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Tactical urbanism for Hillcrest, anyone? Tactical urbanism for Hillcrest, anyone?

Fight against South Park TargetExpress continues

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Observatory San Diego: the new jewel of North Park

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Pork fest

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Sometimes the Wright way is sideways

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Opinion & News

Opinion – January 16

Editorial: 2015: leading San Diego forward

By Councilmember Todd Gloria

I have been looking forward to 2015 since I began representing District Three on the City Council six years ago. This year will spotlight the centennial celebration of the 1915 Panama-California Exposition in Balboa Park with festivities, programs and legacy improvements like the reopening of the California Tower. It will also focus on a host of important city issues that I’m eager to make progress on with the continued participation of San Diegans. Read More

Calendar: January 16 – 29

Posted: January 16th, 2015 | Breaking News, Calendar, Communities | No Comments

FEATURED EVENTS

RoosaPalooza Concert: “Time Travel through Classical Music”
Friday, Jan. 16

This is the first in a series of concerts at Roosevelt Middle School (3366 Park Blvd., Hillcrest). AmateurPianists.org has partnered with the school for this recital/lecture, which includes four members of the group performing selections of classical music genres: Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Impressionistic. Read More

Uptown Briefs – January 16

Posted: January 16th, 2015 | Breaking News, Communities, News, Uptown Briefs | No Comments

Scripps Hospitals put interim visitor restrictions in place to protect against flu

On Jan. 12, Scripps Hospitals implemented several visitor restrictions at their five hospital sites in San Diego County aimed to protect against the spread of H1N1 influenza. Read More