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Boulevard News – March 2017

LK Fashion Boutique Growing up in Togo, Africa Lili Latiube, owner of LK Fashion Boutique, always envisioned becoming a business woman. When she failed her junior year of high school, rather than being disappointed, Lili saw it as an opportunity to become the entrepreneur she wanted...

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Boulevard News – February 2017

Eppig Brewing Spotlight For a brand new start-up brewery on the Boulevard, Eppig Brewing has an epic history.  Great-great grandpa Henry Eppig and his two brothers emigrated from Germany to New York in the 1800’s.  In that period, New York was the capital of beer.  As...

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Boulevard News – January 2017

KOR Strength and Conditioning Kristen Karhio, co-owner of KOR Strength and Conditioning in North Park, has long been a dedicated athlete. However, it wasn’t until a sequence of timely circumstances in her early adult life, that she set on a path to open her own kettlebell...

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Boulevard News – December 2016

2016 Holiday Edition It's the Holiday Season & The Boulevard Has it All! As we approach the holiday season, this year El Cajon Boulevard has even more options for local gifting, including eateries and entertainment venues. The following list includes a host of businesses with an abundance...

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Boulevard News – November 2016

Free Bike Valet Launches at POPUP15 Every Friday FREE Bike Valet Parking will be provided to local transit commuters on The Boulevard! The pilot, which will take place every Friday, is being launched by the El Cajon Boulevard BIA at POPUP15, in participation with Bikes del Pueblo. Free...

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Boulevard News – September 2016

City Heights Coffee House Sterling and David Tran, residents of City Heights who are actively looking to support the community, recognized that while the neighborhood prides itself on its diversity, it still remains rather segregated.  In an effort to serve their fellow neighbors, they began looking...

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Boulevard News – August 2016

   Launching a Cross Border Barrios Hermanos Exchange Bridging Food Culture Between Vibrant Hubs in Tijuana and The Boulevard Barrios Hermanos, a movement celebrating like-minded urban neighborhoods who value art, culture and vibrant business communities, bridges together ‘barrios’ on both sides of the border to resurge their bording...

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Boulevard News – July 2016

S&S Candy Historic Spotlight At the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair, Dominick Selerno and step-son Earl F. Smith of S&S Candy were set-up inside the German Village, selling a delicious range of handmade chocolates, including what they believe to be the first ever chocolate pretzels.  Over the...

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Boulevard News – June 2016

Thrift Trader   Thrift Trader was born out of Music Trader, an enterprise that Jeff Clark launched in the late 80’s.  His concept to buy, sell, and trade all things music while greatly supporting the local music scene was an immediate hit, and it became a notable...

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