Source: San Diego Zoo Guide – Sunset
Published on Mar 2, 2017
Bug Out! at the launch event for Spring into STEAM. Between March 11 and May 13 free STEAM-focused events for kids will be held at all 36 San Diego Public Library branches. Check out sandiego.gov/STEAM for the full calendar.
“Explore highlights from this Folio’s travels
“During the First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare tour, this First Folio went to California and Hawaii. Explore some of the highlights below!
San Diego, California
San Diego Public Library with The Old Globe
June 4, 2016 – July 7, 2016
Visitors at the San Diego Public Library left messages sharing how Shakespeare’s words are still relevant today, 400 years after his death. Some include such thoughts as “Shakespeare has the best questions,” “no one captures the essence of the human spirit like Shakespeare,” and “he helped me fall in love.”
Image courtesy of the San Diego Public Library
• In five short years, Iraqi refugee Nash Habib has gone from broke to leading a San Diego towing empire.
• He has a lengthy history of criminal and financial problems that he failed to disclose to local governments. He’s gotten contracts anyway.
• Habib is currently under investigation by the city of San Diego over his background and is facing a state probe into his political contributions.
SAN DIEGO — A critic at Comic-Con International feels less like a fish out of water than like an excluded middleman. The local currency is not skepticism but enthusiasm, and though there is plenty of room in the cavernous halls of the convention center for disappointment and disagreement, irony is thoroughly banished.
Our first ever gallery exhibition, The Art of Comic-Con, debuts in just 2 short weeks on Saturday, June 20 in the Art Gallery on the 9th Floor of the San Diego Central Library @ Joan Λ Irwin Jacobs Common at 330 Park Blvd. in downtown San Diego. A reception is planned on opening day from 12:00 to 2:00 PM. The exhibition and reception are open to the public and admission is free.
Housing affordability in California’s major metropolitan areas is the worst in the United States, with a third of wage earners unable to afford the lowest priced home, according to a report released Monday.
The online real estate company Zillow said home affordability among the least affluent third of Americans has worsened sharply nationwide over the past two years, as the housing market has recovered but incomes have not.
The bottom third of wage earners are effectively locked out of the market San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Silicon Valley, where those in the bottom third would have to spend over 70 percent of their monthly income on a low-priced home. Only Sacramento is relatively affordable.
To watch documentary
When: The “World’s Smart Cities” program on San Diego will air in the U.S. at 8 a.m. April 25 and 8 a.m. May 2 on the National Geographic Channel. Viewers in Europe, Asia, Russia, Australia and Brazil will be able to see the documentary four times in the months of April and May.
San Diego — Recent discussion of how San Diego can pay for a new Chargers stadium has shifted away from traditional tax increases, which need approval from two-thirds of voters, toward different approaches that wouldn’t face that daunting requirement.
They include using a new state economic development tool called an “infrastructure district,” borrowing against new revenues that a modern stadium would create, and getting a large loan from the county that would be paid back later with taxes from development near the stadium.