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El Universal, 100 Years of Life Mexico & the World

The photographic exhibition “El Universal, 100 Years in the Life of Mexico & the World” will be presented at the ARTS DISTRICT August 28 – September 28. The exhibit celebrates the centennial of El Universal’s founding as a nationally circulated newspaper of Mexico. The exhibit features large photographs and reprints of front page stories of the events that have affected our lives during this period.

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2770 Historic Decatur Rd.
San Diego, CA 92106

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Aug 28 - Sep 28, 2017

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San Diego Restaurant Week

Jan 21 - Jan 28, 2018

The 14th Annual San Diego Restaurant Week returns Sunday, January 21st through Sunday, January 28th with a FEAST for the senses at over 180 participating restaurants. Dine deliciously at restaurants offering prix-fixe menu options throughout San Diego County. This foodie-favorited week is the perfect time to take a culinary tour throughout the diverse and thriving food culture of San Diego.

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Balboa Park December Nights

Dec 1 - Dec 2, 2017

Balboa Park December Nights brings families and friends together to spread holiday joy and kick-off the "most wonderful time of the year" with lights and more!

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Happy Hour with DJ Mike White

Nov 8 - Nov 29, 2017

Enjoy a live DJ Set from DJ Mike White featuring Funk, Soul, Rock, 80's, 90's and today, all while taking advantage of House of Blues Restaurant & Bar's happy hour food and craft beer specials! Reserve your table now! 


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The Navajo Code Talkers

Jul 20 - ongoing

Growing up, young Navajo were told not to speak their language. But as young Marines during World War II, men like Samuel Tsosie Sr. found their words were their mightiest weapons.

The Marine Corps recruited Navajo to Camp Elliott (now part of MCAS-Miramar) to develop a code using the Navajo language for combat communications. Approximately 400 Navajo recruited by the Marines learned the code.  The Navajo were deployed to the Pacific to use their native language to change the course of critical battles including Iwo Jima.

The Navajo code is the only spoken military code that was never deciphered.  The code remained classified until 1968.

The Mike Tsosie Family has generously loaned for display Navajo Code Talker Samuel Tsosie Sr.’s artifacts from his time on the front lines in the Pacific during World War II.

 

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Nov 8 - Nov 29, 2017
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