That first southbound walk home from Wegeforth Elementary, back in '68, was long and hot, each shadow on Mobley Street a refuge. For a transplanted fourth-grader, it was an arduous half-mile trek. These days, I never break a sweat on the drive back to my family home.
I found myself within range of a New York Jewish deli in Serra Mesa. Spelling its name in all caps, CARVE bills itself as a “modern deli,” Built into the ground floor of a multi-story residential complex across the street from Montgomery Field on Aero Drive, the casual breakfast and lunch spot has the look of a modern cafeteria.
By Ian Anderson, May 18, 2018
A Reuben-like sandwich with a house pastrami of hickory-smoked brisket, served on a ciabatta
"Think globally, act locally." The Friends of Ruffin Canyon group in Serra Mesa have taken this slogan to heart by launching a prototypical effort to preserve one of San Diego's several dozen undeveloped urban canyons.
Usually when people complain about small regional airports, the issue is noise. But Serra Mesa resident Gary Keller is worried about lead poisoning, and a California health coalition — supported by EPA research — says his concerns are valid.
By Marty Graham, Nov. 16, 2017
A 2014 lawsuit won by Oakland's Center for Environmental Health seems not to have affected operations at Montgomery Field.
On June 25, as the MTS 928 bus she was riding on Aero Drive approached her destination, she noticed that a large white van was trying to squeeze a right turn in ahead of the bus as it began the same turn onto Murphy Canyon Drive.
By Joe Deegan, Aug. 21, 2018
The bus and the white van that tried to squeeze a right turn in ahead of the bus
You have to want to go to a sushi bar such as Kokoro. Apologies to Serra Mesa residents, but this place isn’t near anything. Chef/owner Akio Ishito claims “many Japanese” seek out his restaurant, and the non-Japanese sushi nerds who may consider Sushi Tadokoro’s location next to that liquor store in Old Town much too mainstream seem to like it.