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The chola look comes out at Chicano Park Day

The pompadour, the feathered look, the copete in photos at Mesheeka on Logan Ave.

“I seen about 15 to 20 [cholas] in the park that day,” said Jesse Amaro, after he posted a photo of four girls wearing men-fitted khaki pants walk past him, “you don’t see the chola ...

North Park hosts panel on homeless Wednesday at Lafayette Hotel

Smart & Final employees on University Ave. can't pursue thieves.

Officials from the City of San Diego, along with nonprofit organizations, served as guest panelists for a two-hour Quality of Life Forum on April 26, at the Lafayette Hotel on El Cajon Boulevard. It was ...

Sudberry switches to Hampton Inn for west end of Imperial Beach's Palm Ave.

East end of Palm will see Grocery Outlet, Starbucks, Jersey Mike’s, Baskin Robbins, Chipotle, Five Guys.

Sudberry Properties’ application to have its plan changed from retail businesses to a Hampton Inn for phase two of its development on Palm Avenue was approved on Wednesday (5 – 0) by the Imperial Beach ...

Union-Tribune subscription salesman tries to make tie to City College paper

But City Times editor never heard of him.

“Stephanie,” a City College student, questions if she will ever receive her Union-Tribune (U-T) newspaper service that she paid for. “The gentleman introduced himself as a student from the San Diego City College journalism department,” ...

Tijuana’s new public bus system – not great once you leave downtown

Does current mayor Juan Manuel Gastélum want it to fail?

Shattered glass. Sandstone rocks. Soiled clothing. Human feces. Exposed electrical cables hanging from ceilings. Trash strewn along the floor. These are generally not the things one imagines when newly built ‘modern transportation’ comes to mind. ...

Normal Heights seeks curfews to roust homeless

The very worst kind of NIMBYism?

The Adams Avenue Recreation Council voted Tuesday night to take action seeking curfews at two parks that will allow the police to roust the homeless who are camping there. "Who wants to bring their children ...

San Diego grand jury challenges city council on transparency law

Either enforce it or go back to the ballot in 2018

The San Diego County Grand Jury filed a report on April 13 asking the mayor and city council to “stop kicking the can down the road” when it comes to the transparency law that voters ...

Century-old oak near Crest gets haircut

County road crew takes off too much of tree at entry to the Crestridge Ecological Reserve.

A county road crew, armed with permission to trim, cut off a substantial part of the century-old oak tree at the Horsemill Road entry to the Crestridge Ecological Reserve near Crest last week. "I was ...

Lemon Grove Pets vs. animal advocate Lani Stacks

Dead fish, dead rabbit seen

Complaints about Lemon Grove Pets have piled up over the years. Online reviews describe crowded cages, empty bowls, and odors. The store, which sells fish, birds, cats, rabbits and other small pets and animal supplies, ...

Bay Parkers praise Highway 101 signs on Morena Blvd.

But one old-timer says 101 was where I-5 is now.

The last stop for Dave Potter, before ordering historic Highway 101 signage to put up along Morena Boulevard, was to get one last final thumbs-up from the Clairemont community planning group on April 18. Potter, ...

High Tech High to take over Horizon Christian Academy Clairemont site

Horizon parents worry, but San Diego Unified needs the money.

Time is running out for Horizon Christian Academy. The K-12 private school that has called 5331 Mt. Alifan Drive home since 1985 has until the end of June to relocate. High Tech High, a K-12 ...

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