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The Breitbard Hall of Fame, currently located in Balboa Park, will soon move to Petco Park, freeing space for the Comic-Con Center to relocate there.
The future of a downtown San Diego parking garage is under discussion, with interested parties apparently being advised to simply make an offer, according to an article in the San Diego Reader.
On January 3, 2017, advocates for San Diego, California's, homeless gathered downtown for a rally, according to an article in the San Diego Reader. They presented the city's mayor, Kevin Faulconer, with a petition signed by more than 1,100 people, asking him to stop the police from ticketing and arresting homeless people until such time as the city solves its problem of unaffordable housing.
On December 7, 2016, people from San Diego, including survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack that took place 75 years ago to the day, gathered on the USS Midway to remember the events. Among them were veterans who were on active duty in Hawaii at the time.
The classic musical The Sound of Music is on tour around the country, and is making a stop in San Diego.
Anyone wanting to experience what life was like in the 1880s will have the chance to do so at a Wild West Bonanza early next month.
On August 10, San Diego leaders announced the upcoming Innovate San Diego Week, a nine-day celebration of the innovative accomplishments happening in the city.
The Port of San Diego recently installed solar panels on its primary ship terminal, located on B Street.
Westminster Manor has been reopened after a renovation and acquisition costing $55.2m.
The San Diego Library hosted its second annual Robot Day on April 3. Attendees included people who like robots, those who are curious about them, and some people who are smart enough to build them.
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