This is our last San Diego Zoo ticket giveaway! We're giving away 2 tickets to 10 winners. Don't miss out! The rules are still the same. Like, follow, share, and comment on all our social media platforms to enter. That includes Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and our KSDY website. You can only win once, so there will be a total of 10 winners next Friday! We look forward to this big giveaway.
Technology is the evolution of the human body, done in a way that is caused by humans due to conditions set by nature. Humans needed strength to move large objects, so we invented the wheel to roll the once immovable objects rather than develop stronger muscles. Humans needed better eyesight to survey their environment, so we invented binoculars rather than develop better eyesight. Technology exists to improve the lives of humans. It exists to make our lives easier, so that we can travel faster, be stronger, and live longer.
But technology has also served a different purpose; it has existed to entertain. Technology has allowed us to see planets, both fictional and nonfictional, that we will never see in our lifetimes nor will their existence affect our lives. Technology has allowed us to live out fantasies that would be impossible to ever experience. Video games have served as a tool to allow humans to escape the Everyday. It has allowed humans to be a play the role of a star quarterbac...
Our San Diego Zoo ticket giveaway for week 5 has officially started! As always, you can like, share, and comment on our week 5 Zoo posts on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and KSDY website for a total of 4 entries. You can tip the scales in your favor by taking advantage of all possible ways to enter! Good luck and we'll see you all next week.
Week 4 of our San Diego Zoo ticket giveaway is now open for entries. Comment, like, and follow us on for one entry. If you do this on our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, you can receive 3 entries. For this week, we've added a new way to enter! If you comment on our Zoo giveaway blog post right here on our website, you can receive one extra entry. That's a total of 4 entries to increase your chances of winning. Good luck!
Week 3 of our San Diego Nighttime Zoo ticket giveaway is now open for entries. Comment, like, and follow us on for one entry. If you do this on our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, you can receive 3 entries. For this week, we've added a new way to enter! If you comment on our Zoo giveaway here on our website, you can receive one extra entry. That's a total of 4 entries to increase your chances of winning. Good luck!
We’re excited to announce that we will be giving away fourtickets each Friday over the next couple weeks and there are many different ways to participate. First, you can like, share, and comment on our giveaway videoon Facebook. To increase your chances of winning, follow us on Instagram and leave a comment on our Nighttime Zoo post, and finally, follow us on Twitter and comment on our Nighttime Zoo post. If you do each of these things, that’s three entries. At the end of the week, we’ll be posting a special video on our Facebook in which we’ll be drawing a winner live. So be sure to be follow us on all our social media platforms to keep up-to-date. Our first drawing will be on June 17th so be sure to enter before then to be eligible for that day's drawing. Good luck!
The Chula Vista Elementary School District will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for its 46th campus at 5 p.m., Wednesday, June 1, in the Otay Ranch community of Chula Vista.
Saburo Muraoka Elementary will be located at 1644 Santa Alexia Ave., near Santa Victoria Avenue. It will cost about $48 million, including the purchase of 10.3 acres. The facility will include a two-story eye-catching structure with 36 classrooms, including a multi-purpose room. The school can house up to 800 students and 36 teachers.
The Board of Education recently named the campus after Muraoka (M-UU-R-AA-O-KUH), who was part of the fabric of early Chula Vista. Muraoka immigrated here in 1915, built a thriving agriculture business, then lost it all following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. After the war, he returned to Chula Vista, rebuilt his life, his business—and community. Muraoka died in 1983.
His accomplishments were included in a biography that was part of a series on local figures titled, “They Made C...
SAN DIEGO – May 23, 2016 – Continuing its long-term commitment to supporting local students in their pursuit for education, San Diego County McDonald’s is awarding 16 local high school students with $2,000 each toward college expenses thanks to the Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC)/Hispanic American Commitment to Education Resources (HACER) scholarship.
The RMHC®/HACER program is supported by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California, Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego, The McDonald’s Operators’ Association of Southern California, and the McDonald’s Operators’ Association of San Diego. The program’s goal is to honor outstanding high school seniors of Hispanic descent with strong academic performance, who personally give back to their community and have a strong determination to excel in their studies. A panel of local judges, including educators, and McDonald’s and Ronald McDonald House representatives, evaluate each applica...
The Maritime Alliance (TMA) joins the Port of San Diego and others throughout the country in celebrating National Maritime Day on Sunday, May 22nd. To highlight the importance of maritime and BlueTech in San Diego, TMA has arranged a series of company site visits starting with sold-out tours of Pacific Tugboat Services, Tuna Harbor commercial fishing fleet, and Training Resources Limited (a provider of professional maritime training) on Friday, May 20th. We are hosting 5 additional sets of visits on Friday mornings throughout the summer to include innovative and traditional maritime and BlueTechcompanies across the County. For more information, please contact TMAProgram Manager Kellyn Baker.
Ocean Aero Provides Live Demo of the World's 1st Autonomous Surface and Underwater Vehicle (the "Submaran")
Ocean Aero CEO and TMA Board Member Eric Patten greeted elected officials, investors, military...