CycleBar Hillcrest, San Diego’s landmark franchise studio, is taking The Hub by cycling storm.Read More
By Vishal Bansal, M.D.
While the holidays are filled with celebration and joy, they also are associated with accidents and injury resulting in unexpected visits to the local emergency department or trauma center.
Think about it, not only are people climbing ladders and standing on roofs to hang lights and ornaments, and celebrating at parties and social events, they also are drinking larger amounts of alcohol.Read More
By Michael Good
If it seems to you that Modern architecture is having a moment, you’re not imagining things. In certain parts of town — particularly in those places covered by San Diego Uptown News — just about every new or dubiously improved building, from a Downtown skyscraper to a Talmadge ranch house, is Modern with a capital M. Or at least aspires to be.Read More
By Ken Williams | Editor
With 16 local people dead this year from hepatitis A and more than 400 infected by the virus, San Diego city and county officials are warning the public that those numbers are expected to rise before the crisis comes under control. In addition, health officials on Sept. 19 launched a “Vaccination, Sanitation & Education” campaign to urge residents to take up the challenge of helping to stop the spread of the virus.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer, County Supervisor Ron Roberts and county health officials spoke out about the urgent need for the public to take action to protect themselves, stressing the importance of residents washing their hands properly and getting most at-risk people vaccinated.Read More
By Mission Hills Heritage
Mission Hills Heritage will be holding its 13th annual Historic Home Tour on Saturday, Sept. 23, with eight homes on view instead of the usual six.
Visitors will be able to explore both interior and exterior features, and docents will provide historical details.Read More