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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 […]

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Uptown News Briefs: Sept. 8–21, 2017

Posted: September 8th, 2017 | News, Opinion & News, Uptown Briefs | No Comments

Taste of South Park will be on Sept. 16

The third annual Taste of South Park on Saturday, Sept. 16, is a food lover’s chance to enjoy delicious bites from participating restaurants in the neighborhood.

From featured dishes to popular appetizers, entrees or desserts, the Taste of South Park will give each passport holder the opportunity to walk and taste their way through South Park.

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Uptown News Briefs: Aug. 25–Sept. 7, 2017

Posted: August 25th, 2017 | News, Opinion & News, Uptown Briefs | No Comments

By SDCNN Staff

Rally Against Hate scheduled on Aug. 27

The San Diego Rally Against Hate is scheduled for Sunday, April 27, organized as a march to show solidarity with anti-racist and anti-fascist allies in Charlottesville, Virginia.

“We have seen fascists and racists show their faces in the past few months: at the rally in Huntington Beach a few months ago, at the Impeachment March at the beginning of July, and then we all saw the horror of the hoods-off ‘Unite the Right’ Rally in Charlottesville, and the deadly aftermath,” organizers wrote on their Facebook page.

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Uptown Briefs – May 5, 2017

Posted: May 5th, 2017 | News, Opinion & News, Uptown Briefs | No Comments

Thousands walk in People’s Climate March Thousand of San Diegans participated in the People’s Climate March on April 29, calling on local leaders to “support a just and rapid transition to 100 percent clean energy and to oppose the Trump administration’s rollback of climate policies the protect the planet,” according to a news release by climate change action group San Diego 350. The local event began with a rally at Waterfront Park in front of […]

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Letters to the editor – Oct. 23

Posted: October 23rd, 2015 | News, Opinion & News, Uptown Briefs | No Comments

The Jack in the Box controversy Re: Understanding the Jack in the Box issue: a simple explanation [Vol. 7, Issue 21 or bit.ly/1WY3DTG] Mr. Omar Passons’ article about the illegal drive-through issue involving Jack in the Box lost all credibility when his reason was to create a more desirable intersection for “families and pedestrians.”  

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