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  • San Diego thinking of sinking

    San Diego city officials have revealed plans to add another ship to Wreck Alley, the nickname given to an underwater recreation area off the California coast.

  • Fundraising forces U-turn for opera

    Music lovers were shocked recently when the San Diego Opera announced, without prior warning, that it was shutting down. However, the opera is poised to resume operations after a fundraising drive.

  • Padres fans enjoy a day at the ballpark

    The San Diego Padres love to interact with their fans, and last Saturday brought another event for San Diegans to enjoy the Padres' hospitality.

  • San Diego Padres get the fans involved

    On Saturday, February 8, approximately 17,000 baseball fans got the opportunity to find out what it is like to be on the field instead of in the stands, as the San Diego Padres hosted their annual Fanfest; a day during which fans can meet the players, buy tickets for the games, and purchase gear emblazoned with the team's logo.

  • San Diego company lands Air Force contract

    General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, a San Diego defense contractor, has been awarded a $362.2 million contract by the U.S. Air Force.

  • San Diegans gets the Christmas Grinch

    The Old Globe, San Diego's world-famous regional theater, is presenting a special performance of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, designed to be appropriate for children with autism. Other shows, such as Mary Poppins and The Lion King have been performed on Broadway for autistic children with great success.

  • San Diego vets and job-hunters get a fair chance

    Veterans and jobseekers will soon have an opportunity to connect with employers who need their talents.

  • San Diego looks to make drivers safer

    One of the many intriguing things about San Diego is how quickly a person can get from the downtown area to the back country. Unfortunately, one of the main rural routes, State Route 67, which winds between Ramona and Lakeside and is heavily traveled, but the California Department of Transportation (CalTrans) is considering four different methods of making the route safer.

  • San Diego officials break ground for new elementary school

    On Saturday, September 7, officials broke ground in Mira Mesa, a San Diego neighborhood, for the new Jonas Salk Elementary School.

  • Major housing development planned for downtown San Diego

    A stylish new high-rise may soon grace San Diego's ever-changing skyline, according to an August 2, 2013, news item. In 2004, the San Diego Padres, the city's major league baseball team, moved into its new home in Petco Park, located downtown. In fact, it's directly across the street from the convention center, home to the world-famous Comic-Con. The ballpark was developed with the aid of a master plan that also included the high-rise, which is known as Ballpark Village.