Ken Kramer's About San Diego
A collection of stories about the history and people of the area we call home. Ranging over all of San Diego County, the stories often deal with little known things about our past, and how they relate to places we see every day. Almost every thing, and every place in San Diego has some kind of story behind it.Visit Ken Kramer's About San Diego Website
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Some curious things were making news in San Diego at Thanksgiving.
We visit an East County Rock that old-timers used to say looked a lot like Queen Victoria!
We discover the truth about the old rumor that a princess is buried next to Highway 94.
We discover some of the most unusual street names in our county and more!
We visit a San Diego place, made famous by one man, who stayed there just one time.
A trip back in time to when a hurricane actually struck San Diego.
The early days of The Ramona Sentinel, and a time when Escondido printed its own money.
Uncover the origins of the slogan "America's Finest City," and much more!
A Balboa Park Ranger has lovingly preserved unique relics of the 1915 Exposition.
Throughout Balboa Park, you can discover traces of what remain from the 1915 Exposition.
The heart and soul of what Balboa Park is today can be traced back to the Expo of 1915.
Visitors from all over flocked to Balboa Park for the 1915 Expo. How did they get there?
Very few people know about this hidden gem in Balboa Park.
These red lips are part of the landscape of Lemon Grove, but how did they get there?
Ever wonder why there is a mural of cars in the Air & Space Museum?
This 200-foot tall structure is a great place to take in a 360 degree view of San Diego!
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