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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
The Role of PT in Managing Cancer
4 MLB Teams Poised for a Great Season North County Patient Success Top 3 Mental Health Books to Check Out Rhubarb Oat Bars
SD Events Picking Back Up
SAN DIEGO EVENTS PICKING BACK UP
SPORTS, SHOWS, AND SPRING!
W hether you’re planning on attending events as our world starts to open back up or intend to avoid everything for a little while longer, we wanted to point out a few of the things happening this month. As always, use your own judgment and be careful — we’re neither condoning nor discouraging anybody from attending; this is just informational. TAKE ME OUT TO THE PADRES It’s still not clear how limited seating will be at the April 16 game, if at all, so it’s worth it to start looking for tickets now. This ought to be a classic game, with the home team playing the Los Angeles Dodgers at our own Petco Park — a
great matchup to come back to. It’s the second time the two teams have faced each other this year, but if both perform well, we could see another matchup (or seven!) later this year. WALK IT OFF With the weather rapidly improving, we’re all a little restless — more so than usual, given how cooped up we’ve been since last year. If you want to get out, and even feel the bustle without risking your health, then you’ve got to check out one of our new favorite walks, the Mission Beach to Pacific Beach boardwalk. This accessible and wheelchair-friendly hike can be taken in either direction, with views of the endless Pacific on one side and the busy city on the other. Dogs allowed on leashes, of course!
CELEBRATE 36 YEARS OF ARTWALK
Although we’ve missed a lot of events this past year, this annual April favorite is always a good time. Head to Little Italy on the 24th and 25th to view the artwork that floods the neighborhood. You’ll also be able to meet artists, enjoy music and live performances, and even participate in some art experiences yourself! Now in its 36th year, the ArtWalk is a good way to stay distant while still feeling like you’re part of something bigger — a community that prizes culture!
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