Del Mar

Losses continue to grow at the Del Mar Fairgrounds

Del Mar

Losses continue to grow at the Del Mar Fairgrounds

public safety

Man stabbed in the stomach by attacker on bike in Hillcrest attack

public safety

Man stabbed in the stomach by attacker on bike in Hillcrest attack

The victim was with friends on a bridge on Vermont Street when the cyclist pulled up around 9 p.m. Saturday and stabbed him once

guard dog

The San Diego Humane Society pushed for an end to the release of adoptable cats onto the streets

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The San Diego Humane Society urged to end the release of adoptable cats to the streets

politics

Lawson-Remer brings business and international affairs experience to the San Diego County headquarters

politics

Lawson-Remer brings business and international affairs experience to the San Diego County headquarters

Elected Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer is one of three new members to join the San Diego County Board of Directors in January

education

The schools in San Dieguito plan to reopen next month despite government rules and challenges

education

The schools in San Dieguito plan to reopen next month despite government rules and challenges

District officials say they don’t know if they have enough staff to reopen schools About 10 percent of teachers have requested leave

People

S. Korea returns a San Diegan’s 40-year favor with a COVID survival box

People

S. Korea returns a San Diegan’s 40-year favor with a COVID survival box

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As the crisis deepens, San Diego County’s hundreds of hotel rooms reserved for the COVID-19 response will be idle

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As the crisis deepens, San Diego County’s hundreds of hotel rooms reserved for the COVID-19 response will be idle

Data shows that near the bottom of California’s counties, San Diego is filling hotel rooms reserved as part of the state aid program

columns

Systemic racism in USDA makes the justice for black farmers law long overdue

columns

Systemic racism in USDA makes the justice for black farmers law long overdue

Jillian Hishaw, Founder and CEO of FSETUPM.S., a non-profit organization that provides help and resources to farmers and smallholders, previously served as a juror at the US. Department of Agriculture Civil Rights Office and discusses new laws to correct a racist legacy within the USDA against black farmers

San Diego

San Diego neighborhood residents protest against new church

San Diego

San Diego neighborhood residents protest against new church

Residents of Del Cerro say that a church with 1000 members do not fit into their neighborhood Church leaders say they want to be good neighbors

science

Saturn and Jupiter will kiss for Christmas on Monday when winter begins

science

Saturn and Jupiter will kiss for Christmas on Monday when winter begins

The movie “Miracle on 34th Street” hit theaters in 1947 and immediately became a vacation classic. Union Critic Gene Peach was a fan

Dear Diary: Friday, and damn it! We had a good time this afternoon There wasn’t much to do, Christmas shopping, packing, shipping out of the way, all the pictures and stuff that was submitted for the Sunday newspaper; tomorrow Friday can be free and tonight a deer party in the Rosige Welt press club, right?

And so you see “Miracle on 34th Street” in Mission Dang, it’s good! Most of all I liked Edmund Gwenn as Santa Claus and no joke and little Natalie Wood, about 7 years old Maureen O’Hara and John Payne also ran

Reason I checked it out is because I read the story the other night, it came as a bonus for a book club and when I woke up around 2 a.m. to have some water, I picked that thing up and read the Teaser on the packaging, lit the fire and strolled inside

“Miracle on 34th Street” was not written until after the film was made, a good thought Valentine Davies originally made it as a film. Some deep thinkers suggested that he put it between the envelopes

It’s one of the cutest damn stories ever told, including Charles Dickens’ version of the Great Story.That’s why I wanted to take this belated look, and that’s why I mention it Everyone should see it, I say

It’s the story of Kris Kringle (that’s his real name). He storms into Macy’s Christmas parade, takes over a stew Santa Claus with a fake beard, and sells the store and his wares, as well as Gimbel’s wares

He also sells Mr. Macy and Mr Gimbel and almost everyone else in the theory that spirited commerce plays second fiddle after the Sprit of Christmas – even with the number of shekels

But the pretty part of the story is telling the Santa legend for little Natalie, a child raised by a practical mother to know better than to believe in such stupidity

Edmund Gwenn, the actor, must have a pretty big inside, including the stuff over his ears

It’s a smart cast for pretty high profile people, they have to be, otherwise they couldn’t have made such a beautiful picture

Merry Christmas to George Seaton for scripting and directing Davies’ script and to William Perlberg for the inspiration to produce it and to Porter Hall for playing the Ornery dog, and on through the cast by 28 names and to Macy’s big New York store for handing over the joint to the movie people for the department store sequences

They tell the story that after filming was finished, producer Perlberg asked Jack Straus, Macy’s president, if there was nothing he could do to repay the many kindnesses shown to the people of 20th Century-Fox

Straus thought about it for a moment and then said, “Yes, I want that little pipe that your assistant director Artie Jacobson blows when he wants silence”

“Well,” said Straus with a grin, “this little pipe has gotten more respect from Macy employees than anyone else here””

Local history

From the archives: Construction of the Mission Valley Stadium started with a bang in 1965

Local history

From the archives: Construction of the Mission Valley Stadium began with a bang in 1965

On that day in 1965, the groundbreaking ceremony for a multi-purpose stadium for San Diego in Mission Valley took place

Local history

From the archive: Mission Bay Holiday Boat Parade started 50 years ago

Local history

From the archive: Mission Bay Holiday Boat Parade started 50 years ago

Fifty years ago, on 1 The first annual Parade of Lights was held in Mission Bay on December 14, 1970

Local history

From the archive: Memorial to Kearny’s March of 1846, which was inaugurated 100 years ago in the old town

Local history

From the archive: Memorial to Kearny’s March of 1846, which was inaugurated 100 years ago in the old town

Phenomenal series of women

Local women who made a name for themselves in the government

Phenomenal series of women

Local women who made a name for themselves in the government

The following are the names of all women elected or appointed to represent the population of the San Diego area through the year of their inauguration as city councilors, mayors, district overseers, members of state lawmakers, and members of Congress

Local history

From the archive: Coronado became a city 130 years ago

Local history

From the archive: Coronado became a city 130 years ago

On 11 In December 1890, Coronado was officially registered as a sixth grade city after deciding in October to break away from the city of San Diego

Local history

Archival “Drastic” quarantine to fight the flu in San Diego in 1918

Local history

From the archives: “Drastic” quarantine to fight the flu in San Diego in 1918

On Dec. 4, 1918, when President Woodrow Wilson left for Europe to attend the peace conference that officially ended World War I and just two weeks after some health restrictions were lifted, the health department imposed a quarantine after new influenza outbreaks were reported. p>

politics

The non-profit group considers five historical sites in the entire district to be “endangered”

The non-profit group considers five historical sites in the entire district to be “endangered”

These include the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, the Chase Bank branch, a house in San Marcos, Kensington Trees, and Oceanside Cottages

Local history

From the archive: The first black mayor in the history of the district took office 20 years ago

From the archive: The first black mayor in the history of the district took office 20 years ago

On Dec. On the 5th In May 2000, Terry Johnson was sworn in as Mayor of Oceanside, the region’s third largest city, and became the first African American Mayor in the county’s history

Local history

From the Archives: Valley Forge’s return 70 years ago was one for the history books

From the Archives: Valley Forge’s return 70 years ago was one for the history books

On Dec.1, 1950, the Valley Forge aircraft carrier returned home for a tumultuous reception in San Diego for the first time since the outbreak of the Korean War

Local history

From the archive: Turkey scraps have a long history

From the archive: Turkey scraps have a long history

There are hundreds of recommendations on how to use Thanksgiving leftovers in the Union-Tribune archives

Local history

From the archive: 10 years ago 2 tunnels were found by drug smugglers connecting Tijuana with San Diego

From the archives: 10 years ago, drug smugglers found 2 tunnels connecting Tijuana with San Diego

On Nov. On 27, 2010, the Union-Tribune reported the discovery of a sophisticated 800 m long drug tunnel between Tijuana and Otay Mesa

politics

Once Upon a Time America Had Two Thanksgiving Celebrations It didn’t go well

Once Upon a Time America Had Two Thanksgiving Celebrations It didn’t go well

FDR decided in 1939 to shift holidays to retail sales from goose holidays It divided the country in half

public safety

Big rig driver killed in crash in Campo

public safety

Big rig driver killed in crash in Campo

The truck was towing a tank of water when it toppled on its side on State Route 94

public safety

The alleged DUI driver crashes in the van with five children

public safety

The alleged DUI driver crashes in the van with five children

La Mesa police attempted to stop the van after receiving a report of an inmate brandishing a gun

business

Gloria has declined SDG&E’s offer for power and gas services in San Diego

business

Gloria has declined SDG&E’s offer for power and gas services in San Diego

public safety

DA exempts law enforcement officers from wrongdoing in four deaths in custody and notes that meth is a factor in each

public safety

DA clears law enforcement officers from wrongdoing in four deaths in custody and finds meth is a factor in each

public safety

El Cajon officer hauled during traffic obstruction released from hospital; suspicious id

public safety

El Cajon officer hauled during traffic obstruction released from hospital; suspicious id

Officer Nick Cirello was seriously injured Monday and stayed in the hospital until Friday The police identified David Pangilinan as a suspect

guard dog

The San Diego Humane Society pushed for an end to the release of adoptable cats onto the streets

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The San Diego Humane Society urged to end the release of adoptable cats to the streets

health

COVID-19 is destroying the district’s emergency rooms: too many patients, too few beds, too few staff

health

COVID-19 is destroying the district’s emergency rooms: too many patients, too few beds, too few staff

education

The schools in San Dieguito plan to reopen next month despite government rules and challenges

education

The schools in San Dieguito plan to reopen next month despite government rules and challenges

District officials say they don’t know if they have enough staff to reopen schools About 10 percent of teachers have requested leave

guard dog

As the crisis deepens, San Diego County’s hundreds of hotel rooms reserved for the COVID-19 response will be idle

guard dog

As the crisis deepens, San Diego County’s hundreds of hotel rooms reserved for the COVID-19 response will be idle

Data shows that near the bottom of California’s counties, San Diego is filling hotel rooms reserved as part of the state aid program

science

Saturn and Jupiter will kiss for Christmas on Monday when winter begins

science

Saturn and Jupiter will kiss for Christmas on Monday when winter begins

National sport

Georgia State, West Kentucky tied for Lending Tree Bowl

National sport

Georgia State, West Kentucky tied for Lending Tree Bowl

National sport

NHL, players sign agreement for 56-game season in 2021

National sport

NHL, players sign agreement for 56-game season in 2021

The NHL and the players have signed a deal for a 2021 season of 56 games as of January 13-8th May with playoffs until July

National sport

New Montgomery Bowl puts Memphis against Florida Atlantic

National sport

New Montgomery Bowl puts Memphis against Florida Atlantic

Miracle in the 34th Street

World news – USA – ‘Miracle in the 34th Street was an instant vacation classic in 1947

Source: https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/local-history/story/2020-12-20/miracle-on-34th-st-was-an-instant-holiday-classic-in-1947