SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Forgiveness can lead to great things.
In Monday's Zevely Zone, Jeff is in University Heights to meet the "acrylic alchemist," Michael Carini.
Michael was assaulted in 2009 by an acquaintance but while his eyes were swollen shut, he saw a vision that inspired his creativity. After his recovery, he used that inspiration in his work and also went on to forgive his attacker.
Michael will be participating in this weekend's San Diego Festival of the Arts which takes place at Waterfront Park. For ticket information and other details, click here.
Never underestimate the power of a dog's love and lick. For 27 years, Adam Bavario dedicated himself to helping others, first as a medic then as a police officer.
Inside the San Diego Yoga Center in La Mesa, there is no talking, as an expert class bends and breathes for 90 minutes straight. The center has classes for all levels, but on the day Jeff Zevely visited experts were led by Anthony Burkart, California's newest yoga champion.
When you think about San Diego sports icons, Tony Gwynn and Bill Walton may come to mind. But there's another name a new restaurant wants you to add to the list.
Scripps Ranch resident Christina Erdey moved away from San Diego for 13 years, and when she returned last summer, she discovered all of her friends had moved away.
If you follow the horse paths into wine country east of Temecula, you'll find something magical and mystical at the Moonflower Ranch in the community of Sage.
San Diego’s largest rummage sale, started in 1927. It will be held March 9 and 10 in the Activity Center in Balboa Park.
One-hundred-and-seven years after opening their doors, things never went south for Berger Hardware in North Park, but in Friday’s Zevely Zone, Jeff got a side of the secrets.