BRAVO ZULU - A Celebration of 10 Years since the opening of ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station
Commissioned in 1923, the historic Naval Training Center was the Cradle of the Navy in San Diego. Though closed in 1997, it continues to hold the memories of past generations and naval recruits whose lives were transformed at NTC.
Thanks to a collective civic vision and the efforts of many, what was a loss to San Diego’s navy prestige is now a major destination for arts and culture, Navy heritage, historic preservation, distinctive cuisine and retail, and an economic engine for the region. The transformation of this Navy base into an ARTS DISTRICT is a model of what can be achieved.
Take a look back and see where we started with acres of shuttered Navy buildings and how they have been transformed to a vibrant and thriving hub for arts and culture. And see what’s ahead for this burgeoning destination.
Video produced for the NTC Foundation by Toni Robin, TR/PR (trprsandiego.com) and William Zauscher.
Donation support provided by Sandra Perlatti.
For more information visit: NTCFoundation.org
Hampton Inn San Diego Downtown, San Diego Hotels - California
Hampton Inn San Diego Downtown 3 Stars San Diego, California Within US Travel Directory off the I-5 motorway and 8 minutes' drive from San Diego International Airport, this hotel offers a free airport transfer service and is located near to popular attractions.
Area attractions, including the San Diego Convention Center can be found close to the Hampton Inn San Diego Downtown. The shopping at Horton Plaza, the historic Gaslamp Quarter and the unique Little Italy district are also only minutes away.
Start the morning at the city centre San Diego Hampton Inn with a free continental breakfast before taking the hotel's free transfer service to the airport. After a long day, relax in the roof-top pool, complete with stunning views of the Bay, or re-energise in the state-of-the-art fitness centre.
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Hampton Inn San Diego Downtown, 1531 Pacific Highway CA 92101, USA
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Sushiya Japanese Restaurant, Liberty Station, Pt. Loma
A fun place to dine for artfully presented and great tasting sushi, tempura, sashimi, noodles, salads and more! Wonderful desserts such as tempura and green tea ice cream. You'll enjoy their plum wine as you sit on their on their breezy patio by San Diego Bay!
A Journey Through Craft Beer: California
A road trip through California, visiting the best craft breweries in the state!
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Point Loma Property Management - San Diego Professional Property Managers
Point Loma Property Management.
FEATURES: 2838 Farragut Road #122, Liberty Station, Pt. Loma, San Diego 92106. Available 06/25/2016. Rental Amount is $2,600. Much sought after Anchor Cove in Liberty Station in Point Loma. This 2 story attached Townhome features 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 1105 square feet, and a 2 car attached garage. Tile floors in entry and baths, wood floors in the kitchen, living room, dining room, 1 bedroom and the master bedroom upstairs, light tan carpet in the rest of the home. The kitchen features custom granite counters, honey oak cabinets, new stainless steel GE Profile appliances, and beautiful wood floors. Appliances included are: Gas Stove & Oven, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Built-in Microwave, Trash Compactor, Stackable Washer & Dryer. Central heating and air conditioning. The living room has a nice fireplace with tile surround, a niche for TV and AV equipment, pre-wired for surround sound and speakers already installed, nice architectural details on the ceiling, large bright windows bring in lots of natural light, a balcony with wrought iron railing and beautiful wood floors. There is one bedroom and full bath with shower downstairs along with the laundry area. Upstairs is the master suite which features speakers connected to the living room's surround sound, wood floors, walk-in closet, silhouette blinds, dual sinks, tub/shower combo. The remaining bedroom upstairs has nice light tan carpet and another full bath across the hall.
Welcome to Liberty Station - Point Loma’s historic Naval Training Center is becoming San Diego’s newest and most intriguing destination. Bringing together a vision for the present and future, and the lore of a storied military past, Liberty Station is a joint collaboration between The City of San Diego Redevelopment Agency and The Corky McMillin Companies. San Diego’s Liberty Station is quickly becoming an engaging urban village - a scenic and Spanish Colonial Revival architectural masterpiece with museums and galleries, a 46-acre waterfront park, shops and restaurants, a nine-hole golf course, a business center, hotels, a residential district, state-of-the-art schools and an impressive 16-acre outdoor promenade which runs the entire length of Liberty Station - almost everything people cherish and delight in. Liberty Station will be a San Diego attraction as much for what it offers all who come, as for the rich San Diego history that makes it truly special.
The attached townhomes of Anchor Cove help preserve the historic character of Liberty Station with Mission Revival architecture reminiscent of early California mission buildings. Anchor Cove townhomes feature exterior decorative tiles, iron work, awnings and trellises.
APPLIANCES: Appliances Included are: Stove, Oven, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Microwave, Washer, Dryer.
HEATING / AC: Central Heating. Central Air Conditioning.
UTILITIES: Tenant is responsible for the following utilities: Gas, Electric, Phone, Cable, Internet, Water. Owner pays for the following utilities: Sewer & Trash.
PET POLICY: No Pets. May consider small pet under 25 lbs.
DEPOSIT: The security deposit is typically equal to one month's rent.
LEASE TERM: Minimum one-year lease required.
DIRECTIONS: 8 West, exit Rosecrans, Past Lytton, L/O Farragut Road into Liberty Station Community. 2838 Farragut Road #122 will be on your left.
TO VIEW: All properties are shown by appointment only. Please call Michael Stone at 858-627-9321 to schedule an appointment to view the interior.
APPLICATION: Application fee is $35.00 per Adult.
Heritage Park, Old Town San Diego - San Diego Urban Sketchers 2018
24 Urban Sketchers drawing and painting at Heritage Park, a County park adjacent to Old Town in San Diego. The video shows the artists, their sketches and several of the restored Victorian homes.
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FX Dojo on KUSI San Diego
I'm very thankful for the Arts District at Liberty station for letting me talk about FX Dojo on the morning news! Thank you Liberty Station Arts District and KUSI San Diego!
Pure Indoor Cycling - Downtown San Diego
Pure is Downtown San Diego's premier indoor cycling studio, with 30 state-of-the-art bikes, a concert-quality sound system and custom-made LED lights.
New Riders, Get Your First Class Free!
Located at 401 W A Street San Diego, CA 92101
Video shot on location at the following San Diego landmarks:
Unconditional Surrender Statue
Windansea Beach- La Jolla
Pacific Beach Pier
LDS Temple- La Jolla
Pure Indoor Cycling- Downtown
The Courtyard San Diego El Cajon
The new state-of-the-art lobby at Courtyard San Diego El Cajon provides greater flexibility and choices for our guests.
At the center of it all is The Bistro, your destination for a great breakfast proudly serving Starbucks coffee as well as drinks and dinner during the evening.
The Courtyard San Diego El Cajon is conveniently located right off of the 8 freeway and just minutes away from San Diego's most popular attractions including: SeaWorld San Diego, The World Famous San Diego Zoo, The Historic Gaslamp District, Old Town, La Jolla and Pacific Beaches, as well as many more!
You'll also enjoy inviting, flexible spaces where you can work or relax, free Wi-Fi throughout and easy access to the latest news, weather and airport conditions via our GoBoard technology. Plus, our fitness center, outdoor pool and whirlpool will help you stay refreshed and energized. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, your stay at Courtyard San Diego El Cajon is sure to be more comfortable, more productive than ever before!
Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, San Diego - Resorts in San Dieago
Featuring a unique blend of historic ambiance and contemporary flair, Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, San Diego offers visitors to Southern California a stylish, welcoming retreat. Situated in the heart of downtown San Diego, our all-suite vacation ownership property is the ideal home base from which to explore all San Diego has to offer: from the bustling Gaslamp Quarter's restaurants, bars and boutiques to Balboa Park, home to many of the city’s museums and cultural venues. The city will certainly beckon during your visit, but our 264 modern suite rentals are designed to make you feel right at home; amenities include separate living areas, microwave ovens, silverware and mini-refrigerators. And while there are plenty of opportunities for fine dining and nightlife nearby, don't miss a visit to SHAKE, our on-site bar and lounge offering signature cocktails and light fare. The laid-back magic of Southern California awaits you at Marriott Vacation Club Pulse, San Diego - we look forward to hosting your visit.
This upmarket all-suite hotel is half a mile from nightlife and art galleries in the trendy Gaslamp Quarter, and a mile from the USS Midway Museum.
Understated 1- and 2-bedroom suites with floor-to-ceiling windows provide complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and kitchenettes, as well as living rooms with pull-out sofas.
An airy cocktail bar offers light meals. Other amenities include an indoor pool, a whirlpool and a gym. Parking is available for a fee.
Address: 701 A St, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
Phone: +1 619-696-9800
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Places to see in ( San Diego - USA ) Point Loma
Places to see in ( San Diego - USA ) Point Loma
Point Loma is a rugged peninsula, known for Cabrillo National Monument, a park with trails, tide pools and exhibits on California history. Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is a popular spot to watch the sun go down while Liberty Station, a former Naval Training Center, has buzzy restaurants and shops. Seafood eateries dot the nearby Shelter and Harbor islands, and Humphreys Concerts by the Bay hosts live music.
Point Loma is a seaside community within the city of San Diego, California. Geographically it is a hilly peninsula that is bordered on the west and south by the Pacific Ocean, the east by the San Diego Bay and Old Town, and the north by the San Diego River. Together with the Silver Strand / Coronado peninsula, the Point Loma peninsula defines San Diego Bay and separates it from the Pacific Ocean. The term Point Loma is used to describe both the neighborhood and the peninsula.
Point Loma has an estimated population of 47,981 (including Ocean Beach), according to the 2010 Census. The Peninsula Planning Area, which includes most of Point Loma, comprises approximately 4,400 acres (1,800 ha). Point Loma is historically important as the landing place of the first European expedition to come ashore in present-day California. The peninsula has been described as where California began. Today, Point Loma houses two major military bases, a national cemetery, a national monument, and a university, in addition to residential and commercial areas.
Loma is the Spanish word for hill. The original name of the peninsula was La Punta de la Loma de San Diego, translated as Hill Point of San Diego. This was later anglicized to Point Loma. The best known landmark in Point Loma is the Old Point Loma lighthouse, an icon occasionally used to represent the entire city of San Diego. (It is sometimes incorrectly referred to as the Old Spanish Lighthouse; in fact it was built after California was admitted to the United States.) Perched atop the southern point that creates the entrance of the bay with Coronado, the small, two story lighthouse was completed in 1854 and first lit on November 15, 1855. At 422 feet (129 m) above sea level at the entrance of the bay, the seemingly good location for a lighthouse soon proved to be a poor choice, as fog and cloud within the marine layer often obscured the beam for ocean-going vessels. On March 23, 1891, the lighthouse ceased to be used for its original purpose, as a new lighthouse was built nearer sea level on the same southern point. The Old Point Loma Lighthouse is now partially open to the public and has been refurbished to its historic 1880s interior. It is located within the Cabrillo National Monument, named after Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo, the first European explorer to see San Diego Bay. The lighthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
In addition to the lighthouse, there are four other sites in Point Loma listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Cabrillo National Monument, the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Historic District, Naval Training Center San Diego, and Rosecroft. Point Loma is recognized as a National Landmark of Soaring of the National Soaring Museum because of the many record flights that took place along the promontory. Two plaques honoring these accomplishments are near the entrance to the Cabrillo National Monument.
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USA Hostels - San Diego - Ace is Maurice
USA Hostels - San Diego
What makes us a top hostel in San Diego?*
Could be our 24 years of experience, or our friendly staff of fellow travelers. But most likely it’s because we offer the best value in hostel accommodation in San Diego with our Gaslamp entertainment district location, our exclusively-designed ‘privacy pods’ and our truly unique style of hacienda-meets-hippie-meets-Victorian décor. And now, all guest rooms are fully air conditioned too!
Built when mining was bringing settlers to the new town of San Diego, our location originally housed a brothel. Wyatt Earp (of Dodge City fame) was among those attracted to the city by mining and the related businesses that developed. Earp operated four bars and gambling houses in the Stingaree, what is now called the Gaslamp Quarter.
When the People Are Oppressed... | Monica Montgomery | | Monica Montgomery | TEDxRBHigh
When the People Are Oppressed... by Monica Montgomery at TEDxRBHigh Monica Montgomery is a native San Diegan. She received an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Spelman College and a Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law. She has been a member of the California State Bar for eight years and practiced civil rights and consumer law until 2013. Before joining the ACLU, Monica worked at the City of San Diego for three elected officials, including Councilmember Cole, Mayor Faulconer and Councilmember Todd Gloria during his term as interim mayor.
While at the City of San Diego, Monica worked as a Senior Policy Advisor with specific focus in the following policy areas: criminal justice reform and public safety, neighborhood revitalization, workforce development, small business development, equal opportunity contracting, and youth services. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
Los Angeles Landmarks | Watts Towers Arts Center Campus | Episode 2 of 5
There are things in every City that speak to the heart and soul of that community. In San Francisco it’s the Golden Gate Bridge. In Chicago, it’s the Bean. In New York, it’s the Statue of Liberty. In the South Los Angeles community of Watts, it’s the Watts Towers.
The 54-Year old Watts Towers Arts Center is synonymous with the Watts Towers of Simon Rodia. It has been the curator and guardian of the Watts Towers since its inception in 1961 when Lucile Krasne taught the first classes on the foundation of the burned down home of the man himself, Italian born Sabato Rodia.
In 1959, the International Conference of Museum Curators resolved that “Rodia’s Towers are a unique combination of sculpture and architecture and the paramount work of folk art of the 20th century in the United States.” The Towers are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, are a National Historic Landmark, a State of California Historic Monument, a State of California Historic Park and, in March 1965, the Watts Towers were officially designated as Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Monument Number 15. At the time the Towers were owned by the Committee for Simon Rodia’s Towers in Watts: William Cartwright, Nicholas King, Edward Farrell, Bud Goldstone, Herbert Kahn, Jack Levine, Jeanne Morgan and Seymour Rosen. The Towers were deeded to the City of Los Angeles Municipal Arts Department in 1975.
The Watts Towers Arts Center, located in the heart of Watts has provided programs designed for cultural enrichment. Classes for both teachers and students in painting, sculpture, photography, music, dance, gardening, tiling, and other multi-media arts are presented in a safe, non-competitive creative atmosphere under the guidance and direction of professional artists.
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The Mural Tour Bike Ride---San Diego 2013
Organized by the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition, today's group ride celebrated River Days 2013 here in town. We visited many of the cool murals painted along the river bike and pedestrian trails.
In this video you can see the group and one of the murals we saw.
Amplifying Student Voices: Promoting Civic Learning in Your District
Right now in California, public education reform – from the adoption of new state content standards to local control of school funding – offers the unique opportunity to ensure that all students at all California schools can experience high-quality civic learning.
Civic Learning Partnerships are now launched in Alameda, Butte, Fresno, Los Angeles, Sacramento and San Diego – and you can help. In these counties, a network of education, business, and judicial leaders are being formed to reach out to individual boards of education and ask them to adopt a resolution embracing civics education.
One of the most important voices in this process is that of the student! Students from these six regions will be using the tips in this video, presented by Rio Americano High School student Saron Dea, to ask school boards to plan and implement programs for all K-12 students that incorporate the Six Proven Practices in Civic Learning (
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10 best things to do in New York City
Tips on the best things to do in New York from a 10Best Local Expert.
Manhattan Island packs more famous destinations into its 33 square miles than just about anywhere else in the world. At its southern tip, tour the World Trade Center Site, then hop the Staten Island Ferry to glimpse the Statue of Liberty. Head northwest to the High Line, an elevated park overlooking the trendy Meatpacking District. Midtown must-sees include the Empire State Building, neon-drenched Times Square and Fifth Avenue icons like the New York Public Library, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Rockefeller Center. Upper Manhattan is nirvana for culture lovers, thanks to Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and dozens of other world-class institutions.
While it would be impossible to round up a true top 10 list of the best things to do in New York, we’re willing to bet that if you hit the 10 spots listed below, you’ll be able to sleep easy knowing that you lived up your New York experience like a true pro.
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Experience Christmas in New York City as we walk by the shops on Madison Avenue ????????. Attractions featured in this video include: 53rd and Madison and Christie's Sculpture Garden.
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New York City (NYC) is known for its scintillating lights, bustling vibe, tall skyscrapers, and melting pot of cultures. But did you know that this sprawling metropolis was once a Dutch trading outpost? As a result, New York was once known as New Amsterdam.
NYC is made up of 5 boroughs: The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island, and Queens. New York City is a hub for education, commerce, finance, media, technology, international diplomacy, entertainment, tourism, innovation, art, sports, and fashion.
Must-see attractions in NYC include: Times Square, The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, The Empire State Building, Top of the Rock Observation Deck, Rockefeller Center, Grand Central Terminal, Coney Island, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET), SoHo, One World Trade Center, Chinatown, Little Italy, The Brooklyn Bridge, The High Line, Chelsea Market, Central Park, American Museum of Natural History, Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, 9/11 Memorial & Museum, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, United Nations (UN) Headquarters, Yankee Stadium, Broadway, Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center, Fifth Avenue, Columbus Circle, Madison Square Park, Bryant Park, City Hall Park, Battery Park, Flatiron Building, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Federal Hall, New York City Hall, Madison Avenue, Park Avenue, Hamilton Grange, Hudson Yards, Pier 17, South Street Seaport, Bank of America Tower, New York Public Library, Chrysler Building, Tudor City, Hudson River, East River, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Museum of American Finance, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and Washington Square Park.
The headquarters of the United Nations is located in New York City. NYC is home to numerous universities including Columbia University, New York University (NYU), Pace University, Fordham University, St John’s University, City University of New York (CUNY), Barnard College, New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), and The New School. NYC is also home to NASDAQ, and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). John F. Kennedy International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, and LaGuardia Airport are the three airports that service New York City. NYC is also home to sports teams such as the New York Rangers, Brooklyn Nets, New York Knicks, New York Liberty, New York Yankees, and New York Mets. The New York Giants and New York Jets play their home games across the Hudson River in New Jersey.
1333 Jones Street #901 San Francisco CA
Located in the heart of Nob Hill, 1333 Jones Street is regarded has one of San Francisco's finest residential building. Named The Comstock Building and designed by highly regarded architects Hammarberg & Herman in 1961, the building consist of 125 luxury homes in the sky.
Nob Hill's most prestigious addresses. Stunning exposures of the south and east parts of San Francisco. Breathtaking views of Coit Tower, Downtown, the Bay Bridge and across to the Bay. This unit features one of the largest corner floor plans in the building. Complete with large master bedroom, over-sized updated master bathroom, loads of closet space, an additional updated full bath and bonus Den/2nd Bedroom. Enjoy spectacular views while cooking in the open and updated kitchen finished with new SS appliances and rich granite counter tops. The spacious living and dining areas are idea for entertaining, and your guests are sure to be amazed by unmatched views of San Francisco. Unit has one parking space, 24-hour doormen and an in-house manager. Fabulous Nob Hill location with great dining and shopping nearby. The Comstock lifestyle is not to be missed.
Living at the Comstock is like living nowhere else. Residents enjoy an ease of lifestyle with many amenities and personal touches including:
- Daily in-home trash removal
- Free valet parking for guest
- Dry cleaning pick up & delivery
- Neighborhood grocery delivery
- 24-hour doorman service
- On-site notary service
- Hand car washes
- Property maintenance services such as:
Window washing, heating & plumbing services, and balcony gutter cleaning.
Location Location Location!!!
The Comstock is conveniently located near the Financial District, Union Square, North Beach, Polk & Union streets and so much more..... Need public transportation, no problem, just walk right outside and catch the bus or a cable car on either corner of Jones St. Views: Well it just doesn't get better than the views of San Francisco from the Comstock. 360 degree views of America's most beautiful city by the bay!
San Diego Unified School District, Jr. ROTC Pass & Review 2009-2010, Part 3
Part 2 of 4, not including individual Schools (which will also be available). Pass and Review. Serra High School is #1 again this year in the San Diego Unified School District for Jr. ROTC!!!
Pass & Review was hosted at Patrick Henry High School
Schools Participating: Serra HS, Point Loma HS, Mission Bay HS, Crawford HS, Hoover HS, Morse HS, Lincoln HS, Patrick Henry HS, Kearney HS, Scripps Ranch HS, Madison HS, Mira Mesa HS, San Diego HS