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San Diego-area residents have several ways this 2019 Veterans Day weekend to honor the brave people who served, and continue serving, their country by attending parades, music performances and special ceremonies.
Rose Creek Cottage has received a full face-lift and the new operators — wife-and-husband duo Letizia and Frank Gaxiola — can’t wait to share the modernized venue with Pacific Beach and the rest of San Diego.
By Savanah Duffy, staff writer I just finished writing the article about Rose Creek Cottage’s new operators Letizia and Frank Gaxiola and their remodel of the PB’s historical event destination (see “Icing on the Cake: New proprietors give Rose Creek Cottage make-over”), when Letizia reached out with an incredible story about a bride-to-be with stage IV synovial sarcoma (a rare type of soft-tissue cancer) and how the community came together to give Rachel Lopez and her fiancé Thomas Simpson the wedding they dreamed of.
San Diego police swarmed the PB Town Council’s Oct. 16 meeting not to protect the proceedings, but rather to arrest mounting anxiety among residents over the rising crime rate and quality-of-life issues.
As a result of illegal activity occurring in local parks at night, a petition to implement evening curfews at the following parks has gained traction after being initiated by the Pacific Beach Town Council in June: • Fanuel Street Park, 4000 Fanuel St. from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. • PB Library Park, 4275 Cass St. from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. • PB Community Park (PB Rec Center), 1405 Diamond St. from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.
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THE SCENE: PB Monthly stopped by Pacific Beach Elementary School at 1234 Tourmaline St., Monday, Aug. 26, to photograph heart-warming first-day-of-school-after-summer-vacation scenes.
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