Adams Avenue

Thrift boutique aims to create opportunity for struggling families

Posted: November 21st, 2014 | Adams Avenue, Communities, Feature, Normal Heights, Top Story | 1 Comment

Jeremy Ogul | Contributing Editor

Renovation is nearly complete on a new thrift boutique on Adams Avenue in Normal Heights.

When it opens early next month, the store will offer more than just high-quality used clothing and home décor. For the women who volunteer there, it will offer a rare opportunity to develop work experience in a safe and supportive environment.

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Step up your beer game in Uptown during San Diego Beer Week

Cody Thompson | Suds in the City

Across the country, craft beer fans might say that every week in San Diego is beer week. Some may even argue that we are spoiled by the many world-class crafts at our fingertips, many of which are made right here in San Diego.

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Welcoming our new planning director, Bill Fulton

By Anthony King | SDUN Editor Voice of San Diego CEO Scott Lewis sat down with the city’s new planning director, Bill Fulton, at Politifest Aug. 3 to talk about one of the things the former mayor of Ventura, Calif. was hired for: planning neighborhoods.

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