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Imagining the Mission Valley of the future

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Civita attracts new homeowners, families

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Indoor skydiving among new developments under construction

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The neighborhood airstrip that time nearly forgot

By Tom Leech… [more]

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USD supercharges e-waste recycling in San Diego

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Opinion & News

Guest opinion: Health reform’s impact on Medicare

Posted: November 17th, 2014 | Opinion | No Comments

By Mike McCarthy

Seniors and other Medicare beneficiaries should be aware that this year — perhaps more than any year in the past — is an important one to pay attention to their Medicare coverage options during the open enrollment period (Oct. 15 – Dec. 7). And that’s because of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Read More

Events Calendar – Nov. 14 – Dec. 11, 2014

Posted: November 14th, 2014 | Arts & Entertainment, Calendar, Music, Opinion | No Comments

“Calendar Girls”

Through Nov. 23

This new play recently premiered in San Diego at Swedenborg Hall (1531 Tyler Ave., University Heights). Directed by D.J. Sullivan, it is based on a popular film recounting a true story about a group of English Women’s Institute club members who posed nude for a calendar in order raise money for a hospital. Read More

Opinion – November 14

Posted: November 14th, 2014 | Editorial, Letters to the editor, Opinion | 2 Comments

Editorial: Good news for pet owners

By Alan Pentico

Pet and pet lovers rejoice! California is quickly becoming a haven for families that have furry four-legged members.

In 2012, Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 1229 into law. This law makes it illegal for landlords to force their tenants to declaw their cats or debark their dogs in an attempt to alleviate property damage or noise. Read More