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Adams Avenue Unplugged

Two-day, free music festival features outdoor stages as well as intimate performances in local businesses By Logan Broyles | SDUN Reporter One of the largest free music festivals in San Diego returns to Uptown for its second year, with a lineup that will include more than 180 performances by 135 bands at 25 different venues. Formerly the Roots Festival, Adams Avenue Unplugged takes place Saturday, April 27 from 12 to 10 p.m. and Sunday, April […]

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The Garden Angels of Kensington

Locals form group to care for tree plots; jump at news of upgrades along Adams Ave By Dale Larabee | SDUN Guest Reporter For a number of years, several thought Adams Avenue – as it meandered through Kensington – needed more color. Sixty-three pear trees in small plots lined both sides of the street from the Interstate 15 overpass to a stop sign, where Adams Avenue plunges down Aldine Drive to Fairmount Avenue.

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Regional Bike Corridor Project under review at Uptown meeting

Goals outlined & suggestions submitted; SANDAG to return in spring for 3rd workshop By Dave Schwab | SDUN Reporter Community planning and transportation representatives, including many from Uptown, weighed in Wednesday, Feb. 6 on the Uptown Regional Bike Corridor Project, giving their suggestions on what could be done to create an interlocking network of citywide bike paths to help connect neighborhoods.

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Uptown Calendar Jan. 4 – 17

Friday, Jan. 4 Preschool story time: 10:30 – 11 a.m., Mission Hills Branch Library, 925 W. Washington St., free Marston House Museum Tours: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, Marston House Museum, 3525 7th Ave., $8 adults, $5 seniors and $4 children (6-12)

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SANDAG seeks biking input

Uptown communities express goals, concerns over regional bicycle corridor plans By Dave Schwab | SDUN Reporter Approximately 40 representatives from major community planning and transportation groups were asked to dream big at a brainstorming workshop held Dec. 5. Organized by San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), the meeting was the first of its kind to solicit public input on updating the citywide regional bike corridor plans, including Uptown.

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