Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Farmers in the Heights

What a tumultuous time poor Normal Heights has had getting its own farmer’s market.  Folks there and in adjoining Talmadge have been talking about launching one for more than 4 years, and they identified a promising site on 40th Street just south … Continue reading

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Mr. Lerach’s Garden

If Bill Lerach’s estate had not been included in this past Saturday’s Secret Garden Tour of Old La Jolla, I’m not sure I would have gone.  The tour is one of the most expensive of the almost two dozen spring … Continue reading

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Down by the River

  I could hardly believe my eyes. There it was: the San Diego River, looking big enough to swim in. And close enough to Presidio Park so that the back of the Serra Museum was visible in the distance. How had I … Continue reading

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Bowling Day

I love the bowls I’ve acquired the last two years at the Third Avenue Charitable Organization (TACO)’s annual Empty Bowls fundraiser.  I missed the first of these now-annual events (in 2007), but I wouldn’t dream of not making it to the … Continue reading

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