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Ken Kramer's About San Diego
Ken Kramer's About San Diego
The Panama California Exposition of 1915, Balboa Park
The heart and soul of what Balboa Park is today can be traced back to the Expo of 1915.
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Balboa Park Then and Now
A Balboa Park Ranger has lovingly preserved unique relics of the 1915 Exposition.
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The legacy of the 1915 Panama California Exposition
Throughout Balboa Park, you can discover traces of what remain from the 1915 Exposition.
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Getting to the Panama California Exposition of 1915
Visitors from all over flocked to Balboa Park for the 1915 Expo. How did they get there?
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St. Francis Chapel, Balboa Park
Very few people know about this hidden gem in Balboa Park.
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Lemon Grove Lips
These red lips are part of the landscape of Lemon Grove, but how did they get there?
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Ford Road - Air and Space Museum, Balboa Park
Ever wonder why there is a mural of cars in the Air & Space Museum?
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The California Tower, Balboa Park
This 200-foot tall structure is a great place to take in a 360 degree view of San Diego!
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The San Diego Flume Water Project
In 1888 our most remarkable water source was a 37 mile long flume, made of redwood.
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Wild Parrots of Ocean Beach
Hundreds of wild parrots have made Ocean Beach & Pt. Loma home. Where did they come from?
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Honeymoon Bridge - Palm Canyon, Balboa Park
Check out a spot that was rumored to lead to marital happiness for you and your loved one.
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Wisteria Candy Cottage
This is a must-see stop for candy lovers.
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Engine 5119 at The Railroad Museum (Campo)
This is a touching railroad love story about San Diego.
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Imperial Beach (IB) Rocks
There is a secret in some rocks found at Imperial Beach. Find out what it is.
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Imperial Beach name
A story about how Imperial Beach got its name.
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A Victorian farmhouse in National City has now become a living history museum.
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National City Depot
Built in 1882, it is the oldest railway-related structure still standing in San Diego.
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San Diego County Street Names
A story about the interesting street names in San Diego.
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Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum
Great place to see and hear what early farm tractors, steam engines and more, were like.
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The Ghost of Big Al (Barber)
Ghost Story! Encinitas town barber Big Al died years ago but could still be around!
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Hotel Robinson (Julian Gold Rush Hotel)
Today it's a romantic bed and breakfast. Discover the hotel's historic origins.
San Diego, America's Finest City
A story about how San Diego came to be "America's Finest City"
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Kearny Mesa name
A story about a name that's all around San Diego.
Mission Beach Name
A story about how Mission Beach got its name.