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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

Memorial Day BBQ Brunch Cruise

Monday, May 29, 2017 Hornblower Cruises & Events

Chef Celebration Dinner Series

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Shores Restaurant

Summer Family Fun At El Cajon Farmers Market

Thursday, June 1, 2017 El Cajon

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Gardening Events

Sustainability 101

Saturday, June 3, 2017 City Farmers Nursery

19th Annual South Park Old House Fair

Saturday, June 17, 2017 South Park Neighborhood

Farm-to-Table Summer Grilling Classes

Saturday, June 17, 2017 Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center

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Roundtable: City Heights' La Maestra And SoccerCity

Roundtable: City Heights' La Maestra And SoccerCity

May 26
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

The SoccerCity initiative easily qualified for the ballot. But the San Diego city attorney does not like it that much, and SDSU has left the building. Meanwhile, critical funding to help human trafficking victims almost disappears.

Viacrucis Caravan Asylum Seekers Held After Entering US At San Ysidro

Viacrucis Caravan Asylum Seekers Held After Entering US At San Ysidro

May 10
By Jean Guerrero

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is holding a group of nearly 80 asylum seekers who want to raise awareness about challenges faced by people escaping violence in Latin America.

What Happened To Hugo Castro, In His Own Words

What Happened To Hugo Castro, In His Own Words

May 1
By Jean Guerrero

The migrant rights activist who disappeared for five days in Mexico after pleading for help on Facebook Live told KPBS he recalls very little of what transpired while he was missing.

San Diego Black Film Festival Celebrates 15th Year

San Diego Black Film Festival Celebrates 15th Year

April 27
By Beth Accomando

The San Diego Black Film Festival officially launches its 15th year Thursday night at the Reading Grossmont Cinemas.

Pac-Arts' Spring Showcase Kicks Off 7th Year Of Asian Cinema

Pac-Arts' Spring Showcase Kicks Off 7th Year Of Asian Cinema

April 20
By Beth Accomando

Pac-Arts' Spring Showcase kicks off its seventh year Thursday night at Ultrastar Mission Valley (formerly Ultrastar Hazard Center) with the New Zealand documentary "Poi E: The Story Of Our Song."

'A Growing Passion' Takes On San Diego Hops

'A Growing Passion' Takes On San Diego Hops

April 20
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

After an unusually rainy winter In Southern California, it seems nearly every patch of earth is in bloom. It is not something San Diego gardeners are used to, but it is a fitting time to catch the new season of KPBS' "A Growing Passion."

California Could Soon Have A State Dinosaur

California Could Soon Have A State Dinosaur

April 17
By Associated Press, Brooke Ruth

It's looking like California will soon have a state dinosaur: Augustynolophus morrisi. A bill to add the duck-billed dinosaur to the list of state insignia has passed the Assembly and is now headed to the state Senate.

How Americans Ate During The Great Depression

How Americans Ate During The Great Depression

April 13
By Michael Lipkin

Baked onion stuffed with peanut butter? That's just one of the recipes Americans turned to during the Great Depression.

Rare White Lion Arrives In San Diego County

Rare White Lion Arrives In San Diego County

April 6
By Katie Schoolov

Three lions, including a rare white lion, will make their home at the Lions, Tigers & Bears animal sanctuary in Alpine.

Mexican-American Biologist Speaks On Science's Continued Diversity ...

Mexican-American Biologist Speaks On Science's Continued Diversity Problem

March 30
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Dr. Lydia Villa-Komaroff was one of the first Mexican-American women to get a Ph.D. in science. She helped discover how to make synthetic insulin in 1978.

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