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Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp. announced an agreement with Encinitas-based Go Green Agriculture Inc. that calls for Go Green to supply organic lettuce to Garden Fresh's San Diego County Souplantation restaurants.

The event will give the community a first look at films and programs for the largest exhibition of Asian cinema on the West Coast. The Chew the Scene will be held at the McMillin Event Center at Liberty Station.

Level 10 Construction has completed building a new 16,500-square-foot habitat for Asian leopards at the San Diego Zoo.

Mention Salem and images of witches put to death by righteous Puritans come to mind.

Hayden House Tempe LLC -- a partnership between San Diego-based Douglas Wilson Cos. and Hensel Phelps Development LLC -- has signed an agreement with Kimpton Hotel & Restaurants to manage a new, luxury boutique hotel in Tempe, Ariz.

The San Diego Convention Center has received the Innovative Initiative award from the Port of San Diego's Green Business Network for its sustainable business practices.

British Airways said beginning March 27, 2016, customers in San Diego will be able to fly to London in first class, as the airline introduces its larger, four-cabin Boeing 777-300 onto the route.

San Diego-based Stone Brewing Co. announced Friday that co-founder Greg Koch will transition into a new role as executive chairman, opening up the CEO position.

Realty Income Corp. announced Thursday that the company has established an “at the market” continuous offering program of common stock.

The Port of San Diego's cruise season kicks off on Wednesday with the arrival of Celebrity Cruises' Infinity.

The Blackstone Group which until last year had owned a majority stake in the Hotel del Coronado, will acquire the resort along with the rest of Strategic Hotels & Resorts' assets for about $6 billion.

For the past few days sculptors have been packing sand along the San Diego Bay in preparation for the fourth annual U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge, which culminates Labor Day weekend.

San Marcos-based Welk Resort Group is projecting revenues of $190 million in 2015, compared with $147 million in 2014, and the numbers are only expected to get stronger next year.

Come spring of 2016, Santee’s Magnolia Avenue will have a new bloom: the Santee Station development.

A small, but fast-growing North County craft beer company is expanding operations and plans to open its fourth brewery.

Solana Beach-based Concordia Homes continues to process plans for Safari Highlands Ranch, a 550-home development on a 1,098-acre site north in Escondido of San Diego Zoo Safari Park.

The restoration and expansive redevelopment of Horton Plaza won’t be completed in time for the 105th anniversary in October of both its iconic fountain’s unveiling and the grand opening of the historic U.S. Grant Hotel across the street ­-- as was planned just a few months ago -- but officials still hope to celebrate its public re-opening by sometime in December.

Despite some opposition from the community and a delayed start, Minneapolis, Minn.-based Target has set the opening of a TargetExpress in South Park for Oct. 7.

If you ever thought skydiving was too expensive or dangerous, then Airborne San Diego might have the solution for you.

With the transformation being dubbed a “retail resort,” Westfield UTC is in the midst of a $500 million revitalization.

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