This is Part 4 of 5 in my lowrider series: Lowriding is an art that also pushes car technology to the limits. Car Clubs members are like family and lowriders spend decades restoring cars to exactly how they looked and rode in the 1960s and 1970s. Women Lowriders In San Diego County: 7 Are there […]
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Imperial Beach is the most southern beach city in the West Coast of the United States and has a population of approximately 26,000. It is 5 miles northwest of downtown Tijuana, Mexico.
Last week I posted a photograph of the border door of the U.S.-Mexico boundary in Las Playas. Here is what the U.S. side of the door looks like:
Stardust Donut Shop along 698 Highway 75 in Imperial Beach (take Palm Avenue to the end) is a great place for surfers, skaters and bikers to catch a breakfast sugar high. I’m not writing about this establishment in order for people to discover it. I’m writing about Stardust Donut Shop today to tell you that, […]
When Father Junipero Serra walked through Goat Canyon in 1769, he encountered many Native American villages. Richard Carrico confirms that at least three Kumeyaay village–the Chiaps, the Melijo and a village around San Ysidro–existed in the South Bay before the Spanish Expedition. Today, you can’t find any Kumeyaay villages in the South Bay. Their artifacts […]
Restaurant Review: I haven’t yet covered where you can eat some of the best breakfasts & lunches in the South Bay. You’ve got quite a few choices and one of my favorites is The Wave Cafe. Dennis Hogan is the owner and his wife, Jessica, sat down to talk with me after my meal. That’s part of […]