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Meet American Indian Heritage Month Local Hero Joely Proudfit

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Joely Proudfit is a Luiseño professor who wants American Indians to control how they're represented in media. She heads the largest Native peoples film festival in the state. Read more

Meet American Indian Heritage Month Local Hero Randy Edmonds

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Randy Edmonds is a tribal elder who's coached fellow Indians through a common evolution: moving from life on a reservation, to life in the city. He's dedicated to tradition, and ... Read more

Food Events

Kick Off To Summer! Hotel Republic Rooftop BBQ With Local Chefs, Brews & Spirits

Friday, May 25, 2018 Hotel Republic

The Patio At Night Pop-Up At KITCHEN 1540

Friday, May 25, 2018 L'Auberge Del Mar

Stone Brews Cruise

Friday, May 25, 2018 Hornblower Adventure Yacht

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Gardening Events

Kokedama Workshop At Walter Andersen Poway

Saturday, May 26, 2018 Walter Andersen Poway

Fiesta Botanica: Celebrating Balboa Park’s Plants & Gardens

Saturday, May 26, 2018 Balboa Park

National Trails Day With REI

Saturday, June 2, 2018 Viewpoint Brewery

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San Diego International Airport Seeks Innovators To Improve Parking, Customer Mobility

May 18
By Bennett Lacy

San Diego International Airport will work with nearly a dozen companies this summer to develop ideas that will better serve travelers. The focus will be on airport parking and customer mobility. Companies selected to participate will work out of the airport's former commuter terminal, which has been repurposed as the Innovation Lab.

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Suicide Awareness Campaign Visits San Diego Colleges

May 9
By Matt Hoffman

The nonprofit Active Minds displayed more than 1,000 backpacks at San Diego City College Wednesday — representing the number of college students who commit suicide each year.

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Those Cute Animal Videos May Be Causing More Harm Than Good

May 3
By Michael Lipkin

For every baby animal that draws attention, and more importantly donations, there's another more homely creature without that same affection.

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San Diego's First Affordable Senior Housing Community Designed To Support LGBT Seniors

April 27
By Matt Hoffman

The new North Park Senior Apartments have 75 units with rents ranging from $740 for a studio to $1,150 for a two-bedroom apartment.

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‘A Growing Passion’ Highlights The Power Of Plants

April 26
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

In season 6 of “A Growing Passion,” host Nan Sterman takes viewers to a fruit farm in the Central Valley, a plumeria festival at Balboa Park and the gardens of several local artists. The new season debuts Thursday on KPBS Television.

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County To Lay Off 38 Employees As Part Of Plan To Shrink Animal Services Department

April 24
By City News Service

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to move forward with laying off 38 full-time Animal Services employees as part of a plan to shrink the department.

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Women Dominate Eighth Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival Spring Showcase

April 18
By Beth Accomando

The Eighth Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival's Spring Showcase opens Thursday with Mina Shum's "Meditation Park."

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What The Rise, Fall Of San Diego’s Green Flash Means For Local Craft Beer Industry

April 12
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

While there has been a rise in the number of craft breweries closing, there are still many more new breweries entering the market.

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Rally Against Supervisor's Meeting To Discuss Lawsuit Against California's 'Sanctuary' Laws

April 10
By Matt Hoffman

Next week the San Diego County Board of Supervisors is looking at joining the Trump Administration's lawsuit against California's so-called sanctuary state laws. Tuesday supporters of SB-54 voiced opposition to the closed session meeting.

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City Heights Youth Garden Helps Grow Job Skills

April 6
By Kris Arciaga

Students are growing more than vegetables and fruits at Second Chance Youth Garden in City Heights, which offers them a chance to explore careers and develop job skills.

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