Smarter meters popping up downtown

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Our phones have gotten smart. Our cars have become smarter. And now, for better or worse, parking meters are growing some smarts. San Diego city government has begun a project this week to replace almost all of the current, old-fashion coin-only parking meters with smart meters. The smarts in the meters is used to process credit cards for payment and track and communicate usage statistics for the parking space.

Something for Everybody at the Fleet: Updates and Events for November 2014

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Halloween’s gone, the turkey beckons; winter’s well begun, the Chargers are breaking our hearts; it must be November. Come on over to the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center this month and enjoy the following, and more:

10 Scary Halloween laws

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Here are ten spooky laws actually on the books concerning Halloween from down your block and around the world:

Sirena Gourmet Latin Seafood Restaurant Now Open in Little Italy

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Sirena, a gourmet Latin seafood restaurant, officially opened on October 15 in Little Italy, San Diego. Located on the corner of Columbia Street and Fir Street, Sirena will showcase a unique menu featuring locally-caught seafood, sustainable and locally-grown vegetables and dishes influenced by South American cuisine and culture.

King Tut replicas visit Museum of Natural History

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Following stops in museums in such locales as Seoul, Amsterdam, Berlin, Geneva, Paris, Munich, and Prague, the eagerly-anticipated exhibition of “The Discovery of King Tut” arrived at Balboa Park’s San Diego Natural History Museum last Saturday.

October events at Reuben H. Fleet

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It’s October: Autumn leaves are falling (okay, not from the palm trees, but, you know…), football’s in full swing (Go Chargers!), trick-or-treat’s around the corner, and the Space Museum has some tricks and treats on tap for the Fall.

San Diego Halloween highlights

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Boo! Did I scare you? If not, you might want to see if you can get your scare on by choosing one (or more) of the many creepy destinations available in San Diego for celebrating Halloween, that most American Gothic of holidays. Here are ten terrifyingly terrific ways of observing the autumn ritual. Don’t be scared.

Ponte Winery Celebrates California Wine Month at 12th Annual Grape Stomp

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California Wine Month is in full swing and the Vineyard Pavillion at Ponte Family Estate is celebrating with its annual Grape Stomp. Now in its 12th year, the event takes a fun, competitive approach at teaching attendees about the art of winemaking.

Chargers plan “White Hot Sunday” for home opener versus Seahawks

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The Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks journey to Qualcomm Stadium this Sunday, and the Chargers and their fans are cooking up a special welcome for them. For what they are dubbing “White Hot Sunday”, our Chargers will be wearing all white uniforms for the third home opener in a row, and they are asking all attendees to the game to do the same.

4th annual AimLoan.com San Diego Blues Festival this Saturday & Sunday

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Hear some folks singing the blues while helping other folks to not sing the blues at the AimLoan.com Fourth Annual San Diego Blues Festival. It’s all this weekend, September 6th and 7th.

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