"Living In the City" is the San Diego Sun's feature Q&A with downtown San Diego residents. It's a way to get to know the city by meeting the people who live here.
This is an ongoing series--and you could be our next urban opinionista.
The Sun is looking for people to share their expertise on best places for downtown dining. Your scariest or funniest moments. Personal stories about Comic-Con, Petco Park, scooters or anything else that comes with San Diego's urban residential package.
Picture the headline...Living In The City: Your Name Here!
Here's some of what downtown dwellers have told us through "Living In The City":
"I gave up owning a car three years ago. Never thought I would do that. Like most Californians I was married to my car. I have not missed it for even one single day." --Myrna Marston, Marina District
"You can’t go wrong with Meze's chicken gyro or spanakopita." --Kaushal Patel, East Village
"I try to do a four-mile harbor walk four nights a week. Having the harbor so close is a good excuse to exercise." --Danny Rolls, Marina District
"The beauty of living downtown is that we are gifted with so many free tickets when our North County friends can’t make it down to Padres games." --Emily Mason, East Village
"Know that the big hotel pools aren't just for the hotel guests." --Shay Priyadarshi, Marina District
It's easy to apply to be the focus of a "Living In The City" Q&A feature.
Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Put Living In The City in the subject line. In the email, list 3-5 things you like/dislike about living in downtown San Diego.
List favorite breakfast, lunch or dinner spots. Briefly mention people, places or things that fill your daily downtown days. The more colorful the better.
The Sun is looking for a wide diversity of storytellers. Note: Be sure to mention the neighborhood you live in. We want to hear stories from every angle, perspective and point of view.
Check out the list below to see exactly how the Q&As look.
If you have a downtown story to tell, this is your forum to be heard. SDSun.
[Cover photo: Kaushal Patel checking out downtown condos.]
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