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By SDCNN Staff
Lazy Acres Natural Market will celebrate the grand opening of its Mission Hills grocery on Saturday, Aug. 26, from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The store is located at 422 Washington St.
Matt Turnbull, CEO of Lazy Acres, said the grocery brings 140 jobs to the Uptown community.Read More
Retirement beckons longtime owner of Studio Maureen By Dave Schwab After nearly 30 years as a mom-and-pop boutique and art gallery operator in South Park, Studio Maureen owner Maureen Ceccarelli is retiring and goin’ fishin’. Except Ceccarelli’s retirement goal is a little more ambitious.Read More
Powers Plumbing looks ahead with a century in its wake Hutton Marshall | Uptown Editor In early April, Powers Plumbing closed traffic to an entire block in front of their storefront on West Lewis Street in Mission Hills. The local plumbing company had just turned 100 years old, and they needed room to properly celebrate.Read More
North County-based California Fruit Wine Company features new flavors for the holidays By Anthony King | SDUN Editor Founded in 2009 by identical twins Brian and Alan Haghighi, the California Fruit Wine Company is launching two new wines this holiday season, Cranberry and Apple, followed by two more after the new year: Raspberry and Pomegranate.Read More
Mom and pop store Kensington Video on the way to celebrate 50 years By Dave Schwab | SDUN Reporter A quintessential aspect of mom-and-pop stores, Kensington Video’s clientele are one big, extended family. “I personally want to thank all of San Diego,” said co-owner Winifred “Winnie” Hanford. “They’ve all cared for us.” The matriarch of the Hanford family, Winnie Hanford will see her Kensington staple celebrate its 50th anniversary next year. Of those 50 years, […]Read More
Local business owner celebrates four years of art and cultural center By Dave Fidlin | SDUN Reporter When Alma Rodriguez made her first steps into a vacant North Park building nearly five years ago, she saw beyond the disarray and decay. After assuming a previous business owner’s lease, Rodriguez transformed the interior of the building, located at 3925 Ohio St., into the current Queen Bee’s Art and Cultural Center. Along the way, she also created […]Read More