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HOMELESS CRISIS HITS TIPPING POINT - Residents, business owners in Midway fed up - SDNews.com
09/21/2022
HOMELESS CRISIS HITS TIPPING POINT - Residents, business owners in Midway fed up - SDNews.com

HOMELESS CRISIS HITS TIPPING POINT - Residents, business owners in Midway fed up - SDNews.com

When you lose Bill Walton, you’ve lost the pulse of the city – and Mayor Todd Gloria has lost Walton. “I can no longer say that my hometown of San Diego, is the greatest place in the world, I can no longer say that SD is a safe, healthy, clean, and beautiful place, I can no longer urge my fami...

City moving forward with more restrictions for beach fires - SDNews.com
09/16/2022
City moving forward with more restrictions for beach fires - SDNews.com

City moving forward with more restrictions for beach fires - SDNews.com

Community planners support a proposal to ban wood bonfires on City beaches (including Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, La Jolla, and Ocean Beach) outside designated fire rings, but beach-access advocates insist the measure is yet another attempt by local government to restrict public freedoms.

Fire Fighters and Friends Celebrity Waiters luncheon for UCP returns - SDNews.com
09/15/2022
Fire Fighters and Friends Celebrity Waiters luncheon for UCP returns - SDNews.com

Fire Fighters and Friends Celebrity Waiters luncheon for UCP returns - SDNews.com

For the past 38 years, the City of San Diego firefighters have donated thousands of dollars and volunteer hours to United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego. The firefighters have served as the major sponsor and underwriter of the annual Fire Fighters and Friends Celebrity Waiters Event for UCP and this ye...

International Coastal Cleanup Day returns Sept. 17 - SDNews.com
09/15/2022
International Coastal Cleanup Day returns Sept. 17 - SDNews.com

International Coastal Cleanup Day returns Sept. 17 - SDNews.com

International Coastal Cleanup Day returns to San Diego County for its 38th edition on Saturday, Sept. 17. I Love A Clean San Diego (ILACSD) is the San Diego host for the international coastal cleanup and will be joining many U.S. states, territories, and more than 90 countries across the world. From...

Health, safety concerns for transgender woman held without bail - SDNews.com
09/11/2022
Health, safety concerns for transgender woman held without bail - SDNews.com

Health, safety concerns for transgender woman held without bail - SDNews.com

Transgender women are at high risk of violence, especially sexual violence, while jailed. According to CNN, 59% of transgender prisoners in California reported being sexually assaulted compared to 4.4% of the general incarcerated population.

Wildlife photographer Tom Mangelsen releasing new book - SDNews.com
09/11/2022
Wildlife photographer Tom Mangelsen releasing new book - SDNews.com

Wildlife photographer Tom Mangelsen releasing new book - SDNews.com

Renowned wildlife photographer Tom Mangelsen, who has a La Jolla gallery, is coming out with his eighth coffee table book in early October titled “Seasons of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.”

Work begins to find alternatives to fireworks in Ocean Beach - SDNews.com
09/08/2022
Work begins to find alternatives to fireworks in Ocean Beach - SDNews.com

Work begins to find alternatives to fireworks in Ocean Beach - SDNews.com

Obecians were wooed Aug. 25 at a community meeting at Newbreak Church by videos and pitches from local drone and laser technology companies, as the beach community began its search to find viable alternatives to Fourth of July fireworks.

Belmont Park’s Fall Fest offers live music, pumpkin plunge, contests - SDNews.com
09/06/2022
Belmont Park’s Fall Fest offers live music, pumpkin plunge, contests - SDNews.com

Belmont Park’s Fall Fest offers live music, pumpkin plunge, contests - SDNews.com

Belmont Park, the iconic oceanfront amusement center at Mission Beach, is transitioning into its annual Fall Fest from Sept. 9 through Oct. 31. The seasonal event will showcase live music, games, and specialty sips and bites at its restaurant venues.

San Diego’s Zach Svajda still learning on the pro tennis tour - SDNews.com
09/02/2022
San Diego’s Zach Svajda still learning on the pro tennis tour - SDNews.com

San Diego’s Zach Svajda still learning on the pro tennis tour - SDNews.com

The cheap motels and even cheaper cuisine haven’t bothered Zach Svajda that much. The 19-year-old who grew up smacking balls around Pacific Beach isn’t a high-maintenance kind of kid, so his first full year on the ATP pro tennis tour hasn’t left him wanting for the fancy things.

SCHOOL NEWS – Mission Bay Cluster - SDNews.com
09/02/2022
SCHOOL NEWS – Mission Bay Cluster - SDNews.com

SCHOOL NEWS – Mission Bay Cluster - SDNews.com

Pacific Beach Elementary held its new student orientation on Friday, Aug. 26 in the outdoor shaded lunch arbor. Principal Jennifer Grondek welcomed parents and students to the 2022-2023 school year. PBES anticipates approximately 50 new transitional kindergarten and kindergarten students, bringing t...

Artist restores her 22-year-old mural at Cabrillo Elementary - SDNews.com
08/24/2022
Artist restores her 22-year-old mural at Cabrillo Elementary - SDNews.com

Artist restores her 22-year-old mural at Cabrillo Elementary - SDNews.com

Twenty-two years ago, Claudia Hardin and friends painted a whimsical mural to benefit children at Cabrillo Elementary School on Talbot Street in Point Loma. Hardin and the mural were featured on the front page of the Peninsula Beacon at the time.

Five San Diego Strikers and head coach earn accolades - SDNews.com
08/23/2022
Five San Diego Strikers and head coach earn accolades - SDNews.com

Five San Diego Strikers and head coach earn accolades - SDNews.com

After a strong sophomore season in the Women's Premier Soccer League that saw the San Diego Strikers win the So Cal Conference Plymouth Division for the second year in a row, five of their players have earned league accolades alongside their head coach, Ray Taila.

Windansea Surf Club trying to restart ocean advocacy youth program - SDNews.com
08/22/2022
Windansea Surf Club trying to restart ocean advocacy youth program - SDNews.com

Windansea Surf Club trying to restart ocean advocacy youth program - SDNews.com

Continuing a long tradition, Windasea Surf Club in La Jolla is looking to reactivate a youth program that previously has conducted significant ocean studies, like mapping the underwater topography of Windansea using kayaks with sonar.

The old man and the Sea(World) – taking on National Roller Coaster Day - SDNews.com
08/21/2022
The old man and the Sea(World) – taking on National Roller Coaster Day - SDNews.com

The old man and the Sea(World) – taking on National Roller Coaster Day - SDNews.com

For a National Roller Coaster Day promotion, SeaWorld San Diego and Belmont Park offered me rides on their respective roller coasters (SeaWorld also threw in a couple of beers, which I appreciated) on Tuesday, Aug. 16. I accepted. Why not? What could go wrong for a 55-year-old sedentary editor with....

WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com
08/20/2022
WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com

WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com

News and events in Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Point Loma, Ocean Beach, and La Jolla. A round-up of news, community, entertainment, and business briefs from sdnews.com highlighting what’s happening in our community.

Switching to electric vehicles will help San Diego’s Climate Action Plan goals - SDNews.com
08/19/2022
Switching to electric vehicles will help San Diego’s Climate Action Plan goals - SDNews.com

Switching to electric vehicles will help San Diego’s Climate Action Plan goals - SDNews.com

San Diego is leading the charge in the transition to electric vehicles, which is critically important to help the City achieve greenhouse-gas emission reductions in its recently updated Climate Action Plan. The goal of the CAP is to achieve 100% renewable energy by 2030 and net zero emissions by 203...

Junior Lifeguard Program teaches life-long skills - SDNews.com
08/17/2022
Junior Lifeguard Program teaches life-long skills - SDNews.com

Junior Lifeguard Program teaches life-long skills - SDNews.com

More than 300 junior lifeguards ages 14 to 17 gathered at Santa Clara Point Recreation Center in Mission Beach Aug. 4 to be certified in lifesaving CPR and receive training and testing on other water-related skills needed to become full-fledged lifeguards.

Ricochet the surf dog catches last waves in La Jolla with Army veteran - SDNews.com
08/16/2022
Ricochet the surf dog catches last waves in La Jolla with Army veteran - SDNews.com

Ricochet the surf dog catches last waves in La Jolla with Army veteran - SDNews.com

In what may be her final time catching waves, Ricochet the surf dog enjoyed the beautiful surf at La Jolla Shores on Saturday, Aug. 13 alongside Army veteran and purple heart recipient Jose Martinez, who lost both his legs and one arm after stepping on a land mine in 2012 while serving in Afghanista...

SeaWorld San Diego celebrates National Roller Coaster Day - SDNews.com
08/16/2022
SeaWorld San Diego celebrates National Roller Coaster Day - SDNews.com

SeaWorld San Diego celebrates National Roller Coaster Day - SDNews.com

SeaWorld San Diego is celebrating National Roller Coaster Day on Tuesday, Aug. 16 as the Coaster Capital of San Diego. With the opening of Emperor this past March, the park now has five unique coasters that each provide something special for every type of thrill seeker, plus a variety of family-frie...

Friendship and fitness for San Diego Girls Who Walk - SDNews.com
08/13/2022
Friendship and fitness for San Diego Girls Who Walk - SDNews.com

Friendship and fitness for San Diego Girls Who Walk - SDNews.com

Approximately 100 participants took part in the San Diego Girls Who Walk event held on Sunday, Aug. 7 at NTC Park in Liberty Station. The walks, which are usually held every two weeks, have been garnering more attention since they started in Mission Beach in early May.

Take paws this summer and head to pet-friendly Liberty Station - SDNews.com
08/13/2022
Take paws this summer and head to pet-friendly Liberty Station - SDNews.com

Take paws this summer and head to pet-friendly Liberty Station - SDNews.com

People come from all over to recreate at Liberty Station, partly because it is so pet-friendly. Liberty Station is the perfect summertime travel destination for the whole family — including those with four legs. Liberty Station has numerous shops, restaurant patios, and vast outdoor spaces that ar...

Take paws this summer and head to pet-friendly Liberty Station - SDNews.com
08/12/2022
Take paws this summer and head to pet-friendly Liberty Station - SDNews.com

Take paws this summer and head to pet-friendly Liberty Station - SDNews.com

People come from all over to recreate at Liberty Station, partly because it is so pet-friendly. Liberty Station is the perfect summertime travel destination for the whole family — including those with four legs. Liberty Station has numerous shops, restaurant patios, and vast outdoor spaces that ar...

City plans to replace Ocean Beach Pier - SDNews.com
08/12/2022
City plans to replace Ocean Beach Pier - SDNews.com

City plans to replace Ocean Beach Pier - SDNews.com

The City has announced plans to replace the aging Ocean Beach Pier and that planning for the long-term project is to be led by a broad-based task force set to begin work soon.

San Diego Canoe Kayak Team does well at national competition - SDNews.com
08/12/2022
San Diego Canoe Kayak Team does well at national competition - SDNews.com

San Diego Canoe Kayak Team does well at national competition - SDNews.com

The San Diego Canoe Kayak Team, which trains in Mission Bay out of the Youth Aquatic Center on Fiesta Island, had an outstanding performance during the 2022 Canoe and Kayak National Sprint event at Harsha Lake in East Fork State Park of Bethel, Ohio in August with 22 athletes competing alongside coa...

TUNAVILLE – Point Loma’s proud Portuguese past, and present - SDNews.com
08/10/2022
TUNAVILLE – Point Loma’s proud Portuguese past, and present - SDNews.com

TUNAVILLE – Point Loma’s proud Portuguese past, and present - SDNews.com

The Point Loma boundaries of Lowell to Talbot streets, and as high up the peninsula as Willow Street, by the 1930s, had earned the moniker “Tunaville.” Here has been home to an immigrant Portuguese populace settled as far back as 1885, and by the 1940s had become a bustling tuna fishermen’s ha...

La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival returns for 13th year - SDNews.com
08/09/2022
La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival returns for 13th year - SDNews.com

La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival returns for 13th year - SDNews.com

The La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival returned on July 29-30 to The Lot La Jolla on Fay Avenue. This was the 13th year for this two-day event. It began with an opening night reception and art installations. Fred Sweet, the founder of this sold-out event, was there to greet the crowd. They...

WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com
08/06/2022
WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com

WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com

News and events in Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Point Loma, Ocean Beach, and La Jolla. A round-up of news, community, entertainment, and business briefs from sdnews.com highlighting what’s happening in our community.

SD Fútbol Weekly – Wave and Loyal win - SDNews.com
08/02/2022
SD Fútbol Weekly – Wave and Loyal win - SDNews.com

SD Fútbol Weekly – Wave and Loyal win - SDNews.com

San Diego Wave came out with an important 1-0 road victory on Saturday evening over the Chicago Red Stars to put the team, led by head coach Casey Stoney, back on top of the NWSL standings.

La Jolla mural by Roy McMakin to be revitalized with Your Favorite Color - SDNews.com
08/02/2022
La Jolla mural by Roy McMakin to be revitalized with Your Favorite Color - SDNews.com

La Jolla mural by Roy McMakin to be revitalized with Your Favorite Color - SDNews.com

Murals of La Jolla projects are located on private property, are privately funded, and are temporary, meaning they have a lifespan and are replaced every two to five years. But replace Roy McMakin’s Favorite Color (2010)? With its cheerful, graphic simplicity and deceptively poignant humanity, thi...

Padres sign Joe Musgrove to five-year contract extension - SDNews.com
08/01/2022
Padres sign Joe Musgrove to five-year contract extension - SDNews.com

Padres sign Joe Musgrove to five-year contract extension - SDNews.com

The San Diego Padres have signed right-handed pitcher Joe Musgrove to a five-year contract extension through the 2027 season, president of baseball operations and general manager A.J. Preller announced on Aug. 1.

WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com
07/30/2022
WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com

WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com

News and events in Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Point Loma, Ocean Beach, and La Jolla. A round-up of news, community, entertainment, and business briefs from sdnews.com highlighting what’s happening in our community.

Del Mar Racetrack sets Opening Day record - SDNews.com
07/26/2022
Del Mar Racetrack sets Opening Day record - SDNews.com

Del Mar Racetrack sets Opening Day record - SDNews.com

Despite a limited sell-out crowd of 21,682 attending on July 22, Del Mar Racetrack set an opening-day record all-sources handle of $23.56 million breaking its previous record of $21.30 million set last year.

WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com
07/24/2022
WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com

WEEKLY BRIEFING – News and events in and around San Diego - SDNews.com

News and events in Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Point Loma, Ocean Beach, and La Jolla. A round-up of news, community, entertainment, and business briefs from sdnews.com highlighting what’s happening in our community.

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