Occupy San Diego will be gathering at 8:45 tomorrow morning, Friday, October 28th, to attend an important SANDAG meeting regarding the 2050 Regional Transport Plan. The group will meet in [Read more…] about Occupy San Diego to protest against 2050 RTP
Save for the public restrooms on the waterfront, Downtown San Diego lacks these essential facilities that could keep our streets cleaner and improve the pedestrian [Read more…] about Much-needed public restrooms stalled
bethany bARTon’s art captures the things that remind us we’re human. Her art and writings are inspired by the every-day [Read more…] about Juxtaprose: Monsters & Messages
San Diego architect and UrbDeZine Panel Author Kevin deFreitas has become the first architect to win the triple header of architecture awards: The American Institute of Architects (AIA) local, state, and national Young Architect of the Year awards, according to the San Diego Union Tribune (R.Showley). [Read more…] about Kevin DeFreitas Named Young Architect of the Year
San Diego – Thursday, October 20th starting at 6:00 pm, The Art of Photography Show is hosting a Mixer: Design / Developer Night. Come join us for an intimate gathering at the gallery. Mix and mingle among like-minded designers, architects, developers, [Read more…] about Mixer: Design / Developer Night
San Diego – Real Estate mogul, America’s Cup helmsman, and philanthropist Malin Burnham has donated $5 million to establish an endowment for The Malin Burnham Center for Civic Engagement to help bring to fruition visionary civic goals [Read more…] about $5 Million Endowment Established to Chart San Diego’s Future
Today is the day of a worldwide rally to demand solutions to the climate crisis.
In San Diego, the event kicks off with Earthkeeping: An Interfaith Dialogue, a panel discussion with representatives from various faith traditions will discuss their beliefs in terms of caring for and protecting Creation, especially in light of the climate crisis. 10–11am. [Read more…] about Moving Planet Event: Moving San Diego to a Clean Energy Future
San Diego – San Diegans haven’t said ‘goodbye’ to summer just yet!
This weekend, the neighborhoods of University Heights, Normal Heights, and Kensington will be bustling with locals and visitors at the The Adams Avenue Street Fair. The Street Fair was [Read more…] about Adams Avenue Street Fair
A group of several well-known area architects in San Diego have gotten together to advocate the rehabilitation of the City’s Qualcomm Stadium, rather than the construction of a new stadium. The group is [Read more…] about San Diego’s Stadium Dilemma – To Replace or Rehabilitate?