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HBA Quarterly Open House and Mixer is on Feb. 16

HBA Quarterly Open House and Mixer is on Feb. 16.

This open house is our first quarterly meeting of the new year.

We utilize this opportunity to reflect with our members the accomplishments from the previous year and to talk to them about their current concerns facing the community.

This month, we are collaborating with The City of San Diego's Economic Development Department in their business walk that day.

Valentine's Day at home or in Hillcrest; here are some suggestions

Here are some suggestions for celebrating Valentine's Day in and around Hillcrest.

It’s Valentine’s Day and whether you’re a last-minute giver, or have planned in advance a special day for that special someone in your life, there is plenty to choose from in and around Hillcrest.

Go See a Live Stage Performance from a Broadway Star

New 'Lunch Loop' shuttle is a free way to end Hillcrest parking stress

New shuttle takes lunchers throughout Hillcrest without parking stress.

The Hillcrest Business Association celebrated the official launch of the new Lunch Loop Shuttle on Tuesday.

Councilmember Chris Ward did the honors of cutting the ceremonial ribbon at UC San Diego Health Center. 

Without the stress of parking, people can relax and explore many of Hillcrests' businesses and eateries, keeping revenue within the community. 

Dharma Bum Buddhist Temple closer to getting new home in University Heights

Proposed new location of Dharma Bums Buddhist Temple in University Heights.

San Diego State University had a groundbreaking moment in 2015, it started the first-ever Buddhist fraternity on campus.

Not only did this fraternity show students how to meditate and find their inner peace, it also allowed them to go out into the community and explore different cultures; a lesson in humanities that many may have never ventured into before.

Thirteen tips on surviving a protest

Here are some simple tips that will help you avoid injury at a protest.

As a Free Speech advocate, I support the people's right to protest and make their opinions heard.

Unfortunately, demonstrations in the U.S. these days are becoming more frequent and violent. From what I saw at UC-Berkeley, I expect them to become more extreme as times goes on.

I haven't been at a protest since the Vietnam era, and that was just on the way to class.