East Village Photos

Damp streets bring an interesting feel ...

6:30am Friday morning from the East ...

Taken last Saturday at Petco Park's ...

East Village Nights

Places to go in East Village

East Village Events

[UN]BOUND: Opening Reception

Central Library

Saturday, January 31, noon to 2 p.m.
VON'S Handmade Holidays: Happy Hearts Workshop

VON'S Handmade Holidays: Happy Hearts Workshop

The New Children's Museum

Sunday, February 1, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Film Forum: Garibalbi's Lovers

Film Forum: Garibalbi's Lovers

Central Library

Monday, February 2, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Between Worlds

Between Worlds

Basic Urban Kitchen and Bar

Tuesday, February 3, 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

East Village News & Stories

City's Secret: Happy hour even students can afford

The Hive's stellar cellar atmosphere rocks on Friday nights

This is where professors come to start affairs with their students. Okay, kidding. But it's easy to imagine. This dive called The Hive sits right across the street from City College. It has a kind ...

Superfoods for a healthier new year

Paying the price for eating better in East Village

Pretty much every New Year of my adult life, I've resolved to eat better. Of course, each year the idea of what it means to eat better changes, depending which nutritional study has prevalence. The ...

Two new stages

A new venture called Quartyard will take over two-thirds of a downtown city block and present live concerts May through October. Attendees will be served by a full-bar, beer gardens, and food trucks. Quartyard is ...

Squeaky cheese?

Poutine means "mess"

She looks like Renée Zellweger. Wait. Maybe she is René Zellwegger. Maybe the real Renée got sick of the movie life and paid another chica to come out to the cameras after the “facelift,” pretending ...

San Diego’s best Christmas and NYE events

Executive chef Pascal Vignau offers breakfast items such as cinnamon French toast and thick-cut applewood smoked bacon, plus a chilled seafood display with Alaskan snow crab claws, tuna sashimi, and smoked salmon. This event brings ...

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christina Nov. 2, 2013 @ 6:20 a.m.

I've got an idea for re-purposing plastic grocery bags. At least in the affected parts of East Village, there should be recycling bins for plastic bags placed strategically in parts of the village. Making them available for those that choose to poop where ever in lieu of access to traditional plumbing.....Yuck!
Less crude is the people version of a doggie bag, or disposable toilet!!!! It has handles, so just poop in the bag, scoop up the handles, and throw your shit away!!!
Wouldn't this be a reasonable solution to a problem? Also it will help keep a percentage of plastic bags from polluting our oceans. They are now weighed down and unmoved by the wind.

and on another note it, for years i've thought that having a native american on a tootsie roll tootsie pops wrapper would fetch a free sucker if the wrapper was brought back to the store, now i found that the indian and the star on the wrappers has never meant a damn thing. not to tootsie roll. if i were tootsie i'd honor it (and just make smaller suckers .....)

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