For the Love of the Game: Don Campos Keeps the Tradition of Darts Alive



As an old rerun of Three’s Company plays silently on the TV, Dart Central’s owner Don Campos smiles and points to a dart board on the wall of the sitcom bar. This little cameo is proof to Campos that the game of darts is a lasting piece of the culture. Campos is an energetic 64-year-old with black hair. Most days he wears at least one dart-themed piece of clothing. Often it’s a tan baseball hat embroidered with a dart flying out of a red circle. Continue Reading →

District 11 Supervisor John Avalos Talks Development to Community Gardens

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The Ingleside-Excelsior Light sat down with District 11 Supervisor John Avalos to discuss community gardens, housing projects and more.

Neil Ballard: Review 2014 for us. What were the accomplishments, and what were the setbacks?

District 11 Supervisor John Avalos: Last year was a lot of fun, there was a lot of great stuff that we got done in the district. We saw the closure of Net Stop which was a big issue in the Excelsior and a lot of the illegal gambling going on right out in the open. Continue Reading →