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San Diego State University (SDSU) aims to start land purchase negotiations with the City of SanDiego for the Mission Valley stadium site in the first quarter of next year and play its first football game in a new stadium in 2022. This is according toGina Jacobs, AssistantVP of Divisional Communicati...

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NAIOP San Diego, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, will install Harvest Small Business Finance Co-Founder Adam Seery as its 2019 president.

A 14-year member of NAIOP San Diego, Seery has served on all of the chapter’s comm...

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CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) San Diego, a membership organization dedicated to promoting, educating and supporting professionals in the field of commercial real estate, has announced its 2019 board of directors:

President               ...

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Ecotourism specialist Andy Drumm says San Diego’s Mission Bay Park has stagnated. At a recent C-3 breakfast event, he presented a case for turning to an ecotourism model to reinvigorate it.

Ecotourism is defined by the International Ecotourism Socie...

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, a Southern California-based nonprofit foster care, adoption and transition-age housing agency,is proud to welcome four new members to its Board of Directors.

The members, Breanna M. Gooch, Amber Lopez Gamble, Jackie Helm and ...

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As San Diego voters face a big decision about the direction of the SDCCU Stadium site in Mission Valley this November, NAIOP San Diego convened a panel discussion, moderated by Voice of San Diego’s Scott Lewis, to help its members and guests understand the two visions presented by SoccerCity...

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Tickets are on sale for the iconic English rock band The Moody Blues exclusive performance at Walden Family Service’s annual Wine D’Vine on Nov. 2, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency in La Jolla, California. The event benefits Walden’s programs for foster youth and children. Tickets to see the 20...

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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees The Moody Blues will perform at Wine D¹Vine, an exclusive concert to benefit Walden Family Services¹ programs for foster youth and children, on November 2, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency in La Jolla, California.


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Walden Family Services, a Southern California-based nonprofit foster care, adoption and transition-age youth housing agency, is among the first agencies licensed by California to implement Intensive Services Foster Care (ISFC) throughout Southern California. ISFC is a program model that allows foster children with complex m...

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Walden Family Services, a Southern California-based nonprofit foster care-to-adoption and transition-age youth housing agency, celebrated its committed philanthropists March 16 at the organization’s third annual Fostering Hearts Legacy Luncheon. The event at the San Diego-landmark Mister A’s honored current and forme...

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