Soto, often sweetly referred to as “the tamale lady,” is a longtime Barrio Logan resident. Originally from Colima, Mexico, the 59-year-old immigrated to the United States and established roots in the barrio in the early 1970s.
Spring break is in full swing in this warm and beautiful metropolis by the sea. While San Diego can’t hold a candle to Florida when it comes to wet-T-shirt contests, hot-tub parties and other Spring Break-type hijinks, we still have some wildin’-out fun to offer.
Heather Locklear made a great career move in the 1990s when she joined the cast of Melrose Place as a special guest star. She was so good as Amanda Woodward, the mega-bitch ad executive, that she never left the show.
Walk into any gallery or museum with a clump of dirt in your hands, and you’ll likely be escorted out of the premises within minutes. Art and dirt don’t mix. That is, unless the dirt is a central part of the art on view.
San Diego Unseen has three featured photographers: Justin Lee, Gary Allard and Sean Cassidy. Lee’s published series, Rooftop 92101, showcases images of the Downtown skyline taken from the rooftops of condominiums.