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Chula Vista News & Stories

Growler art, shred talks, and asteroids

Thursday | 26 Stories about riding the bus, reading a map, dealing with helmet hair, and whatever else can happen when people move en masse. The VAMP (Visual/Audio Monologue Performance) reading series is an evening ...

Adventurous eats near the puente negro?

Not-frog tacos and a day's worth of tostadas by Sinaloans for las paisas

A food truck near the Iris Avenue trolley station has caught my attention every time I go by. It has a painting of the same food truck crossing a black bridge and reads “Mariscos El ...

Eating an Iloilo feast by hand

Filipino pop-up dishes beef tongue and sweetbreads

I guess the universe wanted me to learn more about Filipino cuisine. Or at least Yana Gilbuena did. She reached out to tell me about her ambitious Salo Project, for which the chef has been ...

Next up: Sweetwater's sodbuster supe

School district selects someone with no past ties to the district

On March 12, the Sweetwater Union High School District met in closed session to interview three candidates. They selected Phil Stover to serve as interim superintendent until the search for a new superintendent is completed. ...

Something is not right at Sweetwater

New head of SD chapter of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People speaks

Dr. André José Branch became president of the San Diego chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in January. The professor at San Diego State University’s College of Education has a ...

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jax005 June 28, 2013 @ 11:13 a.m.

Chula Vista is pretty diverse. There is more to Chula Vista than a guy with a sombrero hat or a Mexican folk dance dress.

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tomsuens June 28, 2013 @ 2:02 p.m.

We enjoy riding the designated bike lanes from National City, to Chula Vista, along the Silver Strand Highway and ending up at the Ferry Landing in Coronado. Great ride!

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Stephanie June 30, 2013 @ 4:11 p.m.

Chula Vista has its ups and downs. I've lived here my whole life. I've met great nice people and seen beautiful places here and there. I enjoy it around here (:

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brianballestamon July 27, 2013 @ 10:10 a.m.

Ah, chula vista. My old stomping grounds. actually chula vista/bonita hold a special place in my heart. Its where i learned most of the things i know today. Like how to open a beer with nothing more than 2 unopened bottles of beer. Also where i honed my Street fighter 2 skills, trained in chula vista accepting all challengers!!!!!!!! Hadouken!!!!!

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gabrieltorres Aug. 4, 2013 @ 9:25 p.m.

The amphitheater phenomenon struck again tonight. For years in the Terra Nova neighborhood off of H street and the 805 freeway, we have been able to hear concerts from the Sleeptrain amphitheater over on Main street. This is at least 8 miles away from our hilltop homes. I can distinctly hear guitar riffs though lead vocals are a little muffled. Some boy band is on the bill tonight. The really strange thing is that it does not happen for every concert. The weather has to be just right or we do not hear a thing. One of the neighbors actually called the police to complain about the loud party they thought was going on past 10 in the evening. First time I heard it years ago I thought it was one tight cover band.

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msanvictores Aug. 30, 2013 @ 10:44 p.m.

Lived here in CV for a good portion of my life and I've loved everything about it! Nice lake out back to go fishing, nice hiking trails if you can find them, conveniently placed shopping centers. Everything you'd need is here in CV! And let's not forget... both the Parkview and Eastlake Little League teams were from here ;)

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