Personal Services in Logan Heights


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  • Omega Moving and Storage , Office
    Omega Moving & Storage’s truck and transport tradesmen escort armloads of prized possessions from point A to point B. Ask for an online or on-site estimate, and Omega's moving maestros will customize packing plans, dispatching a two-man team for three hours of moving (a $110/hour value plus fuel tax). Billing begins once moving crews arrive at the pick-up location, and Omega's standard rate applies for extra time. Omega also offers free boxes with purchases of $50 in packing supplies and complimentary online packing advice, as well as instructions on how to make space suits entirely out of packing tape and bubble wrap.
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    2363 Newton Ave
    San Diego, CA US
  • Le Red Balloon
    Skyler McCurine's winning Stratejoy essay describes her long-time fascination with red balloons and how she serendipidously saw them at key points in her life. One day, while sitting in her car and crying because of her lack of life direction, a little girl in the car in ahead of her released a single red balloon. This was the beginning of an important realization: that she had to let go of comparing herself to others and embrace her own weaknesses. She went on to found Le Red Balloon, and today she pours this personal revelation––along with her experience in retail––into her work as a stylist. Skyler's raison d'être is to help her clients remember that they are beautiful no matter their size, shape, or idiosyncrasies. To aid their transformation, she takes the hassle out of shopping by going with her clients and even looking after their kids while they try on clothes. When the new garments come home, she purges messy closets and organizes new pieces by color, style, and house sigil. When she isn't gussying up her own clientele, she teaches workshops that strive to reverse the media's negative influence and help women treat themselves and others with true kindness.
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    141 25th Street
    San Diego, CA US
  • The Arc of San Diego
    The Arc of San Diego empowers individuals with disabilities through supportive services that range from residential-living programs to summer camps and day trips for consumers of all ages. Highly trained staff and volunteers work together to honor the dignity of the individuals they serve by demonstrating compassion and celebrating diverse backgrounds.
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    3030 Market Street
    San Diego, CA US
  • Soulcal Gourmet Truck
    The only constant is change. The Soulcal Gourmet embraces this long-standing adage from every angle—changing location depending on the day of the week, and flipping menu themes on a weekly basis. They draw inspiration from a range of cuisines: one week it’s a Spanish feast, and the next it could be Mediterranean favorites. Sometimes they twist together some of their favorite flavors into new creations, experimenting with dishes such as Punjabi potato empanadas or the habanero dog, which paired classic German sausages with mango-habanero salsa and slices of avocado. No matter what changes may come to pass, they keep faithful customers up to speed via their own website, social networking portals, and smoke signals that can be followed to their current location.
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    South Park
    San Diego, CA US
  • Comerica Bank
    Running along a spinning rotisserie wheel provides endless cardiovascular exertion but gravies the soles of any tennis shoes. Fit specializes in un-basted forms of physical exertion by providing a pristine gym experience backed by top-of-the-line equipment and a motivating social aspect. People come to Fit for fitness freedom and admission into a fitness-inspired world of luxurious locker rooms, peaceful saunas, and an upscale environment peppered with cozy couches. Along with full access to all of Fit's workout facilities and machines, you get one of three choices: a one-on-one personal training session to custom-fit a workout for your individual fitness vessel, a body-stretching and body-toning pilates class, or a stress-emulsifying boxing class on Fit's row of tough punching, kicking, jabbing bags that never tussle back.
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    955 J St
    San Diego, CA US
  • 7th and C Investments
    Fabric and food may seem different enough at first glance, but Searsucker proves that whimsical inspiration can come from many sources. According to San Diego Magazine, celebrity chef and former Top Chef competitor Brian Malarkey chose the name in honor of his seersucker suit, which is made of a lightweight fabric typically worn by the poor before being widely adopted. This lack of pretension heavily influences the eatery's approach to New American cuisine, which puts a spin on familiar staples by featuring items such as duck-fat fries with tomato jam, a cobb salad with pancetta in place of bacon, and corn "off the cob" with jalapeño and chorizo. The name's deliberate misspelling embraces this hint of experimentation, but it also echoes Chef Malarkey's commitment to seafood, which arrives daily from the waters surrounding San Diego. Albacore tuna emerges with a complement of prosciutto, basil, and balsamic vinegar, and drunken cherries and smoky almonds add distinctive flavors to baquetta bass. Seafood comprises a significant portion of the lunch and dinner menus, but it doesn't overshadow dishes such as the rib-eye steak flavored with cognac and horseradish, or the pulled-pork sandwich on ciabatta with brandy-spiked barbecue sauce and apple slaw. Even the decor embraces the same playful spirit as the menu. Thick loops of rope and warehouse-style light bulbs hang over some of the tables, creating inventive interpretations of traditional chandeliers. The exposed ductwork and brick walls mirror this industrial vibe, although there is a distinct coziness at the same time. The lounge section looks more like a living room than a waiting area, tempting patrons with sectional sofas, a wicker rocking chair, and stacks of old elementary-school report cards.
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    611 5th Avenue
    San Diego, CA US

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