By Chris Pocock A small group from the Normal Heights Community Planning Group (NHCPG) convened for the first time last week to discuss a prospective multi-purpose facility for Adams Elementary and Global Visions Academy.Read More
By Cody Thompson | Suds in the City
Last time we met, I made a point to mention how 30th Street has been deemed the “Nation’s Best Beer Boulevard.” With a world-class line up of locations not only offering, but producing some of the best craft beers in the nation, it’s no surprise that locals as well as beer drinkers outside of San Diego see this stretch of road as a true powerhouse. Our Ultimate Warrior of the squared circle – of craft beer.
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.Read More
By Dr. Ink If you were to find any of the cocktails from Polite Provisions’ menu in a downtown club or restaurant, you’d be paying almost double the price for them. Aside from trendy punch bowls and dessert cocktails, the regular cost of drinks kissed with house-made tonics, syrups and bitters doesn’t exceed $8. During happy hour, they drop down to a giveaway steal of $5.Read More
By Dustin Lothspeich
For the uninitiated, the Adams Avenue Street Fair probably seems like an inviting setting to take in a sugary funnel cake, a few beers and a righteous sunburn. However, as anyone who’s attended Southern California’s largest, free, two-day music festival can attest, it is so much more than that.Read More