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Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, San Diego Chapter

Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and Improv Street Theater in San Diego

“We’re here to comfort those who are disturbed and disturb those who are comfortable.” The Sister’s of Perpetual Indulgence, San Diego Chapter came into existence in April 2005. Fourteen San Diegans went up to Los Angeles and talked to their SPI about starting an order. Thereafter, the San Diego Sisters established their SPI chapter and called […]

Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, San Diego

Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence, San Diego Chapter

They have been featured in the Union Tribune. They are a historic group that started in San Francisco in the early 1980’s. As a tribute to South Bay Pride, my friend Donatella Soul is here to tell us about the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. She is a Sister and active in their San Diego Chapter. […]

Bust Of Jose Rizal

The Filipino-American Tour of the South Bay

Ethnic enclaves are generally defined by a cluster of stores and eateries that feature culinary delights from a specific country from abroad. Within that cluster of businesses, you’ll usually hear that foreign language being spoken. In addition, there will often be a religious organization (usually a church) in the vicinity where the members of that […]

Kretsinger house at 2539 Palm Avenue

Kretsinger House

South Bay Yesterday: The Kretsinger house at 2539 Palm Avenue is the last surviving evidence of the early South Bay community known as Highland. The plaque for this San Diego historic landmark states that the house was built in 1896, but in fact it was built and occupied by David L. Kretsinger and his wife Susan […]

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