SAN DIEGO–Celebrate the season at The New Children’s Museum from November 18 – December 31 with an extended series of holiday themed celebrations, seasonal workshops, day camps, and special activities for all ages. Holiday Happenings at the museum includes multiple community events, enabling Museum visitors and members to enjoy additional family oriented programming at no […]
Archives for November 2010
NATIONAL CITY–The Neighborhood Council will hold a free breakfast from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m., Nov. 13 at the Martin Luther King Community Center, 140 E. 12th Street in National City. For more information, call (619) 336-4290.
CARLSBAD–More than 90,000 visitors filled the streets of downtown Carlsbad Sunday for a day of shopping, dining and listening to local entertainment at the annual Carlsbad Village Street Faire event. The event, sponsored by the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce, included a pancake breakfast, vendors, food court, a beer and wine garden, and a children’s carnival.
The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency today launched an education campaign that aims to erase stigma and housing discrimination against people with a mental illness.
OCEANSIDE–City officials and community volunteers gathered at a Crown Heights neighborhood to paint and repair homes and fences, sweep and clear debris from streets and driveways. The city’s annual Supporting Urban Neighborhoods (SUN) is an all volunteer program created to spruce up neglected neighborhoods in the city of Oceanside. This year, city officials selected Crown […]
CARLSBAD–New Village Arts, Carlsbad will present a month-long festival of premiere plays. The three plays: Yury Klavdiev’s “I Am The Machine Gunner,” Renee Moreno’s “Picturing My Sister” and Rachael VanWormer and Brian Mackey’s new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” will run November 12 to 28 at New Village Arts Theatre in Carlsbad Village, […]
SAN DIEGO–U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials discovered Wednesday a cross-border drug smuggling tunnel near the U.S./Mexican border. Officials say the tunnels are used to smuggle multiple types of contraband ranging from drugs to weapons, which makes them a public safety threat. Twenty-four hours earlier, authorities observed a tractor trailer pulling up to a […]
The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency is warning the public not to consume Bravo Farms Dutch Style Gouda cheese which is associated with a nationwide outbreak of E.coli 0157:H7 infections. To date, 25 people in four states have been infected with the disease, including a 6-year-old girl from San Diego County. All […]
By Henry DeVries LA JOLLA–The clinical trials program at UC San Diego Extension, one of the first and most widely recognized educational programs of its kind in the world, is now accepting international students for its new Clinical Trials Administration in Latin America Certificate. Classes are taught by Spanish-speaking medical faculty with practical, international experience. […]