The 24th annual, 11-day San Diego Latino Film Festival (SDLFF), March 16-26 at Fashion Valley Mall and North Park, is more than just a movie exhibition — it’s a multi-faceted celebration of worldwide Latin culture.
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The city of Chula Vista is regularly recognized by the public and the environmental community for their sustainability measures. These efforts include a Climate Action Plan to address the threat of climate change, transitioning to solar energy design [..]
The Metro Conference reaped a bountiful harvest at last Saturday’s San Diego Section divisional wrestling championship tournaments as eight local mat men walked out of the gym with individual championship medals.
The San Diego Section winter sports playoffs have opened with a rush – and have proven unforgiving for many South County teams. Postseason competition in boys and girls soccer and boys and girls basketball began on Monday.
Did one of your New Year’s resolutions involve eating healthier or going on some sort of diet? With the New Year in full swing, some looked to prepping or preparing their lunches and dinners at the beginning of each week to help with weight los [..]
Paradise Valley Hospital is the only South Bay hospital to earn The Leapfrog Hospital Safety grade of A. Leapfrog provides a biannual safety grading of more than 2,600 general acute care hospitals, assigning each an A, B, C, D [..]
A Sweetwater Union High School District teacher arrested by Chula Vista police Monday on felony charges of sexual misconduct with a minor was released from jail Wednesday.
Terrance Smith, 32, was arrested at the district administration buildin [..]
An active U.S. Navy sailor stationed aboard the San Diego-based USS Decatur was arrested in Homer, Alaska Friday morning.
Quartermaster 3rd class Michael T. Williams was arrested on suspicion of shooting a Marine during an altercation May 15 a [..]
When a few years ago stories emerged about former Sweetwater Union High School District superintendent Jesus Gandara inviting district contractors to his daughter’s wedding, the man was mocked, ridiculed and ultimately found guilty in an [..]
Unfortunately the president of the United States has recently and in the past said so many ridiculous, inarticulate and nonsensical things in person and via Twitter (“As far as the cyber, I agree to parts of what Secretary Clinton said. We shou [..]
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Feb. 22 – 28, 2017
A book release reception for Chula Vista author Mark C. Jackson will take place on Thursday, Feb. 23, at The Nest on Third Avenue, 260-1/2 Third Ave., Chula Vista. An accomplished songwriter, performer and poet, Jackson has completed his first novel, “An Eye for an Eye.”
As a foodie, I’m constantly on the hunt for little hidden gems. Hidden gems can be found across the breadth of our South Bay community. They’re the local small businesses that are family owned, family operated and ooze passion for the craft they pursue.
On a cold rainy day, a bowl of hot chili is definitely comfort food. While winter still has us in its clutches, there’s no time like the present to get acquainted with what has become a western U.S. staple. In fact, Feb. 24 is National Chili Day.