• Christmas Aug 28

    Neighborhood Celebrates Christmas in August for Terminally Ill Woman

    North Park residents showed the true definition of neighborly love by throwing an early Christmas party for one of their longtime neighbors who might not make it to see her favorite holiday. Pat Poulin, 88, was diagnosed with stomach cancer in July and doctors told her she only has a few months left. She has lived in the same home…

  • coronavirus pandemic May 16

    Stylists Turn to Virtual Instruction While Salons Stay Closed

    Salons are in a tight spot. They’re watching some businesses reopen while they’re still stuck on the sidelines, waiting to be given the OK to open their doors. Folks are getting anxious for their next snip, too. But are haircuts are really worth the risk? A group of San Diego stylists is turning to an alternative to try and...

  • North Park May 16

    Business is Booming for Bike Shops During Pandemic

    The roads might feel lighter these days without the usual traffic, but as a result bike shops like Adams Avenue Bicycles in North Park are seeing record sales. “It’s a safe option to get out and get some exercise while we are locked down and restricted to what we can do,” said shop owner Chuck Cofer. Cofer told NBC 7…

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