[Editor’s Note: Are you ready for the 2018 elections? Let’s hope so. We need to organize & become aware of those who want to fight for social justice within our communities. This is why I’m running a press release today about Antonio Martinez. You may remember my video of him: Now, Antonio, who sits on […]
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San Ysidro is a neighborhood of the City of San Diego that lies immediately north of the U.S.-Mexico border. Although it has a population of approximately 30,000, San Ysidro Port of Entry is the largest in the world with over 50 million vehicles passing through each year.
By Doug Porter / San Diego Free Press An event billed as a ‘Rally at the Border,’ previously scheduled for Saturday, March 25 has been canceled. I’m not sure ‘canceled’ is the right word. “Collapsed’ might be a better description. I’m hoping the sixteen hundred people who RSVP’d for the rally don’t waste their time […]
[Editor’s Note: This just out from the City of San Diego. The residents of San Ysidro have been waiting more than two decades for a new library. Here is the announcement that it’s happening.] For Immediate Release February 16, 2017 What: New San Ysidro Library Design Unveiling Ceremony Who: Councilmember David Alvarez; Misty Jones, Director, […]
By Anna Daniels / San Diego Free Press San Diego City Councilwoman Myrtle Cole’s contentious election as Council president last week culminated with her appointments to the various City Council committees. Few of us know that these committees exist or what they do, but by the time issues are brought before the full City Council […]
San Ysidro! We’ve got art! The famous Einar & Jamex de la Torre will be here! We have an opportunity to get some beautiful permanent public artwork placed at our New San Ysidro Public Library, which will be built on Beyer Blvd. The city is announcing: “Artists Einar and Jamex de la Torre have been selected […]