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Meet LGBT Pride Month Local Hero Mattheus Stephens

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Mattheus Stephens is a lawyer by trade, a teacher by passion, and a committed community member by nature. And now, he represents the LGBT community as the first transgender Local ... Read more

Meet LGBT Pride Month Local Hero Jonathan Bailey

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For Jonathan Bailey, food is love. And he works hard to feed love to as many people as he can. That’s why he was nominated as a 2016 LGBT Pride ... Read more

Food Events

Green Flash Film Night: 'View From A Blue Moon'

Monday, Aug. 29, 2016 Green Flash Brewing Co.

Green Dragon Tavern & Museum's 'Spirits & Savors' Dinner With Henebery Celebrated Whiskey

Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016 Green Dragon Tavern & Museum

Barleymash Presents Modern Times Beer Dinner

Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016 Barleymash

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Gardening Events

Three Water Smart Edibles Class

Saturday, Sept. 3, 2016 Water Conservation Garden at Cuyamaca College

San Marcos Plant Nite Event - Create A Mini Garden Or Terrarium

Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016 Slater's 50/50 San Marcos

Landscaping With Native Plants

Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016 Girl Scout Headquarters

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Haitian, African Migrants Stream Into Tijuana

Haitian, African Migrants Stream Into Tijuana

June 2
By Jean Guerrero

Dozens of migrants from Haiti and Africa are sleeping outside the San Ysidro Port of Entry on the Tijuana side. Some plan to apply for political asylum in the U.S., while others come for economic reasons.

City Heights After-School Program Teaches Golf To Low-Income Kids

City Heights After-School Program Teaches Golf To Low-Income Kids

May 30
By Jean Guerrero

Founded by former Chargers player Ernie Wright in 1994, Pro Kids has been using golf to help low-income students — including refugees and immigrants — excel in school.

Report: As More People Visit Theme Parks, SeaWorld Attendance Drops

Report: As More People Visit Theme Parks, SeaWorld Attendance Drops

May 25
By City News Service

A new report says attendance at SeaWorld San Diego plunged 7 percent last year, a time when increasing numbers of people visited theme parks in the U.S. and abroad.

San Diego Cereal-Maker Kashi Wants To Help Farmers Switch To Organic

San Diego Cereal-Maker Kashi Wants To Help Farmers Switch To Organic

May 17
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The company announced efforts to recognize crops grown on farms that are in the process of switching to organic.

From Fried Lemonade To Lasagna Sandwich: 11 Calorie Bombs At San Di...

From Fried Lemonade To Lasagna Sandwich: 11 Calorie Bombs At San Diego County Fair

May 17
By KPBS News

If it fits in a deep fryer, someone somewhere at the San Diego County Fair will probably be selling it.

Podcast Episode 75: San Diego To Broadway

Podcast Episode 75: San Diego To Broadway

May 13
By Beth Accomando

Cinema Junkie serves up two archive interviews featuring Steve Martin and George Takai, both of whom have musicals currently on Broadway that premiered at the Old Globe Theatre.

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: From Beyoncé To Beethoven

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: From Beyoncé To Beethoven

May 12
By Nina Garin

Beyoncé's in town. San Diego Art Institute presents a treat for your ears and your nose. La Jolla Music Society performs a Beethoven marathon concert.

San Diego Students, Activists Plan To Protest Major Berry Supplier

San Diego Students, Activists Plan To Protest Major Berry Supplier

May 5
By Jean Guerrero

On Saturday, San Diego City College students and other activists will protest the treatment of Mexican farmworkers who harvest the berries sold by Driscoll's.

Assemblywoman Atkins Tries Again To Get Medical Interpretation Covered

Assemblywoman Atkins Tries Again To Get Medical Interpretation Covered

May 4
By Megan Burks

San Diego Assemblywoman Toni Atkins and other lawmakers have tried and failed three times to pass bills that would increase access to language interpretation at doctors' offices and hospitals.

16th Street Baptist Church Bombing Survivor Advocates For Forgiveness

16th Street Baptist Church Bombing Survivor Advocates For Forgiveness

April 29
By Megan Burke, Maureen Cavanaugh

Sarah Collins Rudolph was 12 years old when her sister and three friends were killed by a bomb planted by the Ku Klux Klan at a church basement in Alabama.