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Local Restaurant Gives Back to Italian Earthquake Victims

Little Italy restaurant Civico 1845 (pronounced CHEE-vee-ko), owned and operated by Italian born-and-raised brothers Dario and Pietro Gallo, are helping the victims of the devastating Italian earthquake by paying tribute to Amatrice, Italy – the small mountainous city at the epicenter of the initial quake on Wednesday morning – and its famous pasta dish “Pasta […]

San Diego’s Newest Power Couple:  Jeanne Jones and Jessica Cline to Chair Timken Museum of Art’s ‘Orange & Black Ball,’ one of San Diego’s Premier Fundraising Events of the Fall Season. The Goal is to raise funds for art education—and to raise awareness of Timken’s priceless art collection, the foundation of its educational outreach efforts in San Diego […]

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San Diego Volleyball Camp for Carmel Valley Students Looking for a fun way to stay active and develop some awesome volleyball skills this summer? Well, look no further. Local high school counselor and head volleyball coach, is leading Torrey Pines High School’s legendary summer San Diego Volleyball Camp. Carmel Valley, San Diego is know for […]

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  The Asian Pacific Historic District in San Diego will now have an official landmark. Founding Executive Director of the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum (SDCHM), Dr. Alexander Chuang (莊紹文) and Mrs. Agnes Chuang (李衛年) have given a pair of large stone lions to the City of San Diego as gift. The unveiling of the […]

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Bringing International Children’s Day to San Diego!

Tis’ the season of Mothers’ and Fathers’ Day celebrations, but the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum (SDCHM) and the Gaslamp Museum (GM) think that children should be celebrated, too! SDCHM and GM are making plans to celebrate International Children’s Day on Saturday, June 4. SDCHM will offer a number of cultural activities for children to […]

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It is not everyday that fashion is inspired by 14th century art. Six graduate designers at UCLA’s The David C. Copley Center for the Study of Costume Design were challenged to design and create a costume inspired by the Timken painting, Madonna and Child by di Buonaccorso. The museum will display the student-created costumes on April 19 […]

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San Diego’s 15th annual Gator By The Bay is the largest, most authentic Louisiana-themed music and food festival this side of the bayou. The festival will be held from May 5-8, 2016 at Spanish Landing Park, across from the San Diego International Airport. Presented by San Diego’s Bon Temps Social Club, it features four days of live music with over 90 musical […]

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New Exhibition at the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum Sheds Light on an Often Overlooked Piece of American History: THE CHINESE AND THE IRON ROAD The San Diego Chinese Historical Museum (SDCHM) is proud to present, The Chinese and the Iron Road: Building the Transcontinental, a historical overview of the Chinese railroad workers who were instrumental […]

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Jewish Family Service Hosts Annual Heart and Soul Gala to Celebrate Accomplishments and Recognize 2016 Mitzvah Honorees. Jewish Family Service of San Diego (JFS) will hold its annual Heart and Soul Gala, one of San Diego’s largest and most successful fundraisers, at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine on Sunday, March 13th. JFS will share its recent […]

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Come and celebrate the Year of the Monkey with the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum. The San Diego Chinese Historical Museum is hosting a book reading and signing with Oliver Chin, the author of the Year of the Monkey: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac on Sunday, February 21st from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm in the Chuang Archive […]

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On Saturday, November 14, 2015, the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum will host their annual Veteran’s Day Luncheon from 11:30 – 1:30 PM. Each Veterans Day, the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum honors local Chinese American veterans for their commitment and sacrifice. Museum staff will serve lunch to veterans of wars from World War II […]

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San Diego Run for the Hungry Returns to Downtown Thanksgiving Day Proceeds Benefit Food Assistance Programs at Jewish Family Service of San Diego and the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank WHAT:     Our hunger problem extends far beyond the homeless. Here in San Diego, one in four children and one in five […]

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