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  • San Diegan adrenalin junkies get new indoor option

    People who like the idea of skydiving but are less keen on the idea of jumping out of an airplane will soon have another option indoor skydiving.

  • Fundraising race attracts droves of participants

    Thousands of San Diegans turned out Sunday, November 2, to run on behalf of the Susan G. Komen breast cancer organization.

  • San Diego implements new bus checking system

    San Diego Unified School District has put an electronic system in place to ensure drivers make proper inspections of the vehicles.

  • Halloween block party set for San Diego

    San Diego fun-seekers are gearing up for the party to end all Halloween parties: the 14th Annual Dos XX Monster Bash taking place tonight.

  • Poway schools invite the community to ball game

    The Poway Unified School District (PUSD) is getting set to enjoy PUSD Day at Petco Park, the downtown San Diego stadium that the San Diego Padres call home.

  • San Diego opens old-fashioned fresh fish market

    San Diego was at one time home to a healthy fishing industry, but now it appears that residents may once again be able to buy fish right off the boat.

  • 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.

  • New La Jolla research project may help homeless veterans

    Philip Low, CEO of Neurovigil a neuroscience startup in the San Diego suburb of La Jolla has carried out brain studies of such importance that hes met with President Obama, and used Stephen Hawking as a research subject. Now, according to a news item from June 3rd, Low wants to start another study using veterans, especially those who are homeless.

  • 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.

  • San Diegans enjoy Butterfly Festival

    On April 5, nearly 5,000 people turned out to visit the Water Conservation Garden in El Cajon, a San Diego suburb.