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Reader's 1974 guide to San Diego

Longest bus rides, busiest corners, music and sports lessons, herbs, alternative schools

1974 San Diego guide to sports lessons Softball, Volleyball, Basketball, Slow Pitch, Three-Pitch, Physical Fitness and Jogging 1974 San Diego guide to longest bus rides From La Jolla to the border 1974 San Diego guide ...

1974 San Diego guide to music lessons

Bach, Beethoven and Brahms or the Beatles, Band and Bop

After attending a fantastic concert you suddenly decide you want to learn how to play the guitar, trumpet, or perhaps something more exotic like an oboe, dobro, or tympani, but have no idea who is ...

1974 San Diego guide to sports lessons

Softball, Volleyball, Basketball, Slow Pitch, Three-Pitch, Physical Fitness and Jogging

Out of shape? Looking for something physical and possibly free or at least inexpensive? The City of San Diego, Park and Recreation Department might have something for you! Available on a citywide basis for league ...

1974 San Diego guide to longest bus rides

Route O is the longest

Whether the Downtown Association likes it or not, $an Diego bus routes are losing their predominant downtown orientation. Many local buses either end up or wind through downtown now, mostly because a lot of the ...

1974 San Diego guide to busiest corners

Where to sell apples

So it’s come to that, has it? Empty pockets, shattered piggy bank, no patron, no job. Well, wait. Step back inside that window. Stick out your thumb and pull out an apple. That is, hitch ...

1974 San Diego guide to ethnic neighborhoods

Italian, Middle-Eastern, Mexican, Filipino, Chinese, Portuguese

BRITISH: a large population scattered all around town; the larger numbers in El Cajon, Chula Vista, La Mesa, and San Diego. They have a cottage at the House of Hospitality in Balboa Park and have ...

1974 San Diego guide to moderately cheap eats

Tijuana to Carlsbad

This guide is intended to stimulate your curiosity as well as your taste buds. In geographical area, it ranges from Tijuana to Carlsbad: in experience, from a two table dining room to a “factory”, and ...

1974 San Diego guide to herbs

Incense, cookery, medicine, bug chasing, caffein-free tea

Incense, cookery, medicine, bug chasing, caffein-free tea – whatever your use for herbs, you can find what you need in San Diego. In a society where knowledge of herbs now hibernates on the far side ...

1974 San Diego guide to local bands

Some play only in the rowdy places

If you’re on the look-out for local rock bands, you may as well forget about the Sports Arena and the Civic Center right off the bat. You’re going to have to go to the bars. ...

1974 San Diego guide to movers and shakers

The heavy 35

1. Pete Wilson 2. Mark Wenzel— official mime, Expo '74, USIU grad, Don McLeod protege 3. Salvador Torres— leader of the Chicano Park moralists 4. Ed Eveleigh— English auto mechanic, auto designer 5. Bob Woodford— ...

1974 San Diego guide to alternative schools

No knifings, no heroin

About ten, maybe twelve, years ago people began announcing that something was wrong with public education in America. The testimonials piled up; Johnny couldn’t read, he had to face knifings on the way to school ...

1974 San Diego guide to gardening

Winter crops and summer crops

A crisis equally acute has come to grip us, and a few million better, and even a trifle bigger, home gardens in America can increase our national food production enormously. And work wonders in a ...

1974 San Diego guide to hiking trails

Calif. Riding and Hiking, Pacific Crest, and others

Hardly anyone moves to San Diego because of its back country. Anyone who is drawn here by nature moves here for the beaches. Or at least the temperate climate that nearness to the sea provides. ...

1974 San Diego guide to restaurant reviews

Eleanor Widmer makes debut

The Paprika “Think of Hungarian cuisine and you think of sour cream, soups, and liquid-plenty stews, more ways of cooking cabbage than anyone could think possible, and dumplings, and hot noodle desserts, and light fairy-fragile ...

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