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Boulevard News – September 2018

Normal Records More of a reclusive record collector than an active concert go-er, Caleb always wanted to be that guy who works at a record shop.  His passion for music began as a source of rebellion from his parents who exclusively listened to religious music.  With...

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Boulevard News – August 2018

Broadstone North Park Opens! “We try and leave neighborhoods better than we found them” stated Carlee Carpio, Development Manager for Alliance Residential who just completed Broadstone North Park on the corner of Texas and Howard Street.  Anyone can build a nice building, but more importantly, Alliance...

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Boulevard News – July 2018

Soul Flow Studio Erin Bowman always considered herself an artist who was fortunate to be well-supported and inspired by her creative parents. Her father was an architect who loved to draw and appreciated historic buildings.  Her mother practiced drawing, painting and crafting on a regular basis, and...

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Boulevard News – June 2018

Small Businesses Look Towards The Boulevard for a Place to Call Home Taking a chance on new business ideas is increasingly out of reach for entrepreneurs in many of San Diego’s urban hubs. The Boulevard tells a different story, where property owners work with unique startups...

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Boulevard News – May 2018

Sin Lee As Vietnamese began settling in San Diego, an expansion of culture emerged.  As an immigrant, being an entrepreneur is a key element of making a living in a new country.  As new enterprises began to launch, ones that were unfamiliar to regular city standards...

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Boulevard News – April 2018

Cafe Madeleine As a young girl, Christine remembers feeling like the oddball amongst her peers at school, eating her lengua and mustard sandwich while everyone else ate bologna.  While she aspired to fit in, she also recognized that her mother’s homemade food was a special part of...

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Boulevard News – March 2018

Anthem Vegan Patrick was raised in a large family, and in his teenage years, his mother worked evenings.  Dinner time wasn’t much more than frozen prepackaged TV dinners.  When he was old enough to move out of his house, Patrick took matters into his own hands, and discovered...

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Boulevard News – February 2018

The Boulevard Celebrates New Freeway-Level Transit Stations By Ashley Matthews, NBC San Diego It's the first project of its kind in the region: San Diego is now home to a new form of mass transportation. It's called the "235 Rapid" and it's made up of freeway-level transit stations. The...

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Boulevard News – December 2017

Collins & Coupe From astrophysics, to carpentry, to wilderness therapy, to Legoland, to bartending aficionado, Gary McIntire is an incredible guy who luckily for us, found his way on to The Boulevard to share his craft for all things cocktails.  His collection of antique glassware is...

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