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28 Days Of Black Film History

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Follow this blog for daily posts about films made by Black directors that are important or noteworthy in the evolution of Black cinema. Read more

Andra Day Channels Billie Holiday In New Biopic

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Billie Holiday died at the age of 44 in 1959. She leaves behind a legacy of great songs rendered in her uniquely evocative vocal style. But the new film "The ... Read more

Food Events

Foodies 4 Foster Kids

Sunday, May 16, 2021 Multiple Restaurant Locations – Promises2Kids: 9400 Ruffin Court, San Diego, CA 92123

Gnome Scavenger Hunt

Sunday, May 16, 2021 Ramona/Escondido wineries

Foodies 4 Foster Kids

Monday, May 17, 2021 Multiple Restaurant Locations – Promises2Kids: 9400 Ruffin Court, San Diego, CA 92123

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Gardening Events

36th Annual Spring Home Garden Show

Sunday, May 16, 2021 Del Mar Fairgrounds

Tinaguis de la Raza 'Crafters Market'

Sunday, May 16, 2021 Centro Cultural de la Raza

Virtual 5-Week Master Composter Course

Wednesday, May 19, 2021 Virtual

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Chinese-Japanese American student Kara Chu, 18,...

LA County's Human Relations Commission's New Approach To Documenting Hate Crimes

April 13
By Jade Hindmon

As the occurrence hate crimes against Asian-American and Pacific Islanders becoming more apparent throughout the pandemic, the LA County Human Relations Commission created a new system for victims to report hate crimes and get help.

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Check Out Full Line Up Of Pac-Arts' Spring Showcase

April 8
By Beth Accomando

The full line up for Pac-Arts 10th Spring Showcase has been unveiled. Check out some highlights.

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San Diego Humane Society Needs Puppy Names For Rescued Litter

April 8
By City News Service

The San Diego Humane Society is asking for the public's help Thursday in naming nine adorable Rhodesian Ridgeback/hound-mix puppies and their mother, who were rescued by humane officers last month.

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Talking About Mental Health In The Latino Community

April 7
By Tania Thorne

Mental health can be a hard topic to talk about and for the Latino community. Many times symptoms can be ignored. We look into the barriers keeping the Latino community from seeking mental health help.

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California Restaurants Prepare For June Reopening

April 7
By Harrison Patiño , Maureen Cavanaugh

Hiring concerns, capacity issues and common sense safety measures are all among the long list of topics that California restaurants will have to reckon with before the state's reopening on June 15th.

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San Diego Launches Brewery Economic Development Website

April 7
By City News Service

In honor of National Beer Day, the city of San Diego launched a "Business is Brewing" website Wednesday to provide local breweries with market information and economic development resources they can use to support and grow their businesses.

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Dog, Puppies Rescued in San Diego, Owner Sought

March 26
By City News Service

A mother dog and her newborn puppies were rescued from underneath a van in San Diego Thursday and authorities placed the dog on a stray hold in an attempt to locate a possible owner.

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Rehabilitated Barn Owl Is Back In Wild

March 25
By Jacob Aere

A barn owl was released back into the wild Wednesday night at Coronado’s Spreckels Park. It was rehabilitated by the San Diego Humane Society.

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How Asian American Women Experience The Intersection of Racism And Sexism In America

March 24
By Jade Hindmon

UC San Diego's Christen Sasaki joined Midday Edition to talk about racialized sexism following the deadly mass shooting in Georgia.

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Podcast Looks To 1871 L.A. Chinatown Massacre

March 24
By Beth Accomando

The podcast "Blood on Gold Mountain" debuted last month. It tells the story of the 1871 L.A. Chinatown massacre through the eyes of Yut-Ho, a young woman who arrives in California as a refugee. Episode 2 releases today.