Today, San Diego’s Little Italy is a bustling commercial, dining and entertainment district. But years ago, it was a largely residential area populated by Italian families, most of which were involved in San Diego’s thriving tuna industry. A half century ago, the community was cut in half by the expansion of San Diego’s freeway system, devastating a once thriving community. Read about Little Italy’s rich past and about local efforts to preserve the neighborhood’s unique ethnic character and identity.
Oscar had been in the museum most of the day, roaming its marbled floors of paintings, installations and sculptures. When hunger and thirst drove him into Denizens, a bar and restaurant near the museum, he encounters an unexpected character and a chance to play peace maker between two warring parties.
Some say that nothing good comes of violence, but the White Night Riots proved otherwise.
Feelin’ good, feelin’ good, all the money in the world spent on feelin’ good. — Levon Helm, Feelin’ Good
We all want to feel good, but the addict goes about it in the wrong way. Can they be taught how to enjoy their lives without relying on drugs, porn or alcohol?
The Left thinks it’s time for a new political party that reflects its progressive ideals, but the last thing people want now is another political party. What is the alternative?