Kensington Ends at Monroe The town’s demographics are altering. As older lifelong residents die, houses change hands — sometimes to younger kin; other times to younger strangers. Kensington homes, which according to a recent Multiple ...
Second row, third from left, Carey Pico; far right, Jeff Ousley; bottom row, third from left, Keny Quon
Posted January 21, 1999
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San Diego's Webster Elementary was a seedbed
There was a stabbing in the bathroom at Horace Mann in the late ’60s that was taken to be race-related. Tension built as kids from Lincoln and Crawford came down to 54th Street for a show of force.