As Hillcrest embarks on its second century, business and community leaders are planning for the future of the community which was named one of America’s Top 10 Neighborhoods by the American Planning Association in 2007.
Lucky for us, this trendy city of ours came equipped with a handful of top-notch malls: upscale, outdoors and each reflective of San Diego’s hodgepodge of personalities. The pressure for us fashion-conscious folks eases away around here, where not a single shopping sprint is without gorgeous views and sun-drenched walkways amongst the finest designers.
Whether or not we choose to admit it, we all put our hair on a golden pedestal. As much as we value the flawless hairstyle fashioned to epitomize our personality, we’re all perpetually cautious towards those whom we allow to tame our tresses. And why shouldn’t we be? The relationship with your stylist is completely crucial to hair happiness.
Locally, small businesses throughout San Diego will be participating in the promotion, including many in Hillcrest, a neighborhood known for its abundance of locally-owned shops, restaurants, boutiques and others.
After the recent rash of suicides, the tremendous public outcry as a result and the focused attempts to reach out to these at-risk youth, the upcoming second annual conference to educate and empower school counselors and educators of LGBTQIA students couldn’t come at a more important time.