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Equality California to open office in the Inland Empire

On Saturday, December 12, Equality California (EQCA) will be opening an Inland Empire office as a part of its effort to restore marriage rights for same-sex couples through on-the-ground organizing.

Disparities abound in federal stimulus awards

The federal government has showered billions of stimulus dollars around the country this year to jump-start the economy and save jobs. But a Mercury News analysis of reported stimulus spending so far shows it has flowed unevenly, with wide gulfs between California's largest counties.

Taste ’n Tinis tonight

Tonight, the Hillcrest Business Association (HBA) will host a brand new event, Taste n' Tinis, a self-guided walking tour of delicious treats, holiday shopping, and cocktails.

Courage Campaign pulls out of 2010 effort to repeal Prop 8

The biggest player for the gay side, Equality California, came out in opposition to the 2010 effort previously, saying it will instead work toward a 2012 campaign asking voters to re-amend the constitution. Courage's decision leaves the Los Angeles-based group Love Honor Cherish (LHC) as the sole substantial player working to put a Prop 8 referendum on the November 2010 ballot.

Kehoe seeks Del Mar greenway

Sen. Christine Kehoe is calling for establishing a greenway along the Del Mar Fairgrounds and San Dieguito River that would create new public access to the ocean and provide habitat for shore birds and other wildlife.

State plans high-speed rail in San Diego

Even though construction is years away, the California High-Speed Rail Authority is already planning for where such a high-speed rail line would run in San Diego County.