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San Diego Restaurant Week is 8 days of having it "your way"

San Diego Restaurant Week is September 22 through September 29 at participating San Diego locations. 

It's that time of year, San Diego Restaurant Week returns on September 22 through September 29. Explore America's Finest City's culinary side and participate in this delicious event of more than 180 eateries. 

San Diego is becoming a foodie destination and during SDRW you can taste offerings made by all the talented people who have made hospitality their number-one priority. 

Midterms are today, here's info on where to vote

If you missed the deadline to register to vote, thanks to a new law, you can still do so at the Registrar of Voters in person.

It’s Election Day in San Diego and that means registered voters will get a chance to participate in the midterm elections starting at 7 am. But the first thing you need to do is find out if you are registered to vote

Teenager recovering from San Diego shark attack

San Diego teen is expected to make a full recovery after being attacked by a shark.

A 13-year-old boy who was lobster diving on Saturday is in serious condition after being attacked by a shark at an Encinitas beach. 

It happened at the 900 block of Neptune Ave. at Beacon Beach, San Diego County Sheriff's Department said. 

San Diego Restaurant Week returns for a "Week to Remember"

San Diego Restaurant Week is Sunday, September 23, 2018 through Sunday, September 30, 2018.

In this digital age of convenience you can have anything delivered to your front door, but sometimes people forget to go out and have a good time in settings other than their own homes.

Activists denounce Congressman Scott Peters for sponsoring bill to gut drug discounts

Notably, there is also no mention or press release about H.R. 4710 on the congressman’s official website.

According to a press release sent out on Thursday, December 28, a group of 25 to 35 HIV/AIDS and drug pricing advocates, including many from AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), staged a protest and picket line in front of the district office of San Diego Congressman Scott Peters (D-CA, 52nd District) to denounce and protest his recent intro

SD installs portable restrooms, handwashing stations to thwart hepatitis A

After an outbreak of hepatitis A, San Diego is doing its best to prevent any further infections.

One way they are combating the disease is to set up multiple portable restrooms, four were recently installed downtown near City Hall. They will be maintained at least twice per day and monitored by full-time security.

There is also a hand washing station on site.

The life and death of a gay San Diego Palestinian

Hassan is an example that we in the activist community need to remember.

A month ago, the Palestinian-American community and the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement lost one of their most devoted members.

Hassan (left-SDGLN has hidden his identity out of respect to him) was only 24 years old when he was found dead in his San Diego home.

San Diego keeps Harvey Milk's legacy alive

Harvey Milk (1930–1978)

Today marks the 87th birthday of LGBT activist and politician Harvey Milk.

The northern California gay rights icon dedicated his life to the community and made great strides in advancing the movement in the United States until he was assassinated in 1978. He was the first-ever out gay politician.