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City attorney's lawyer threatens attorney Briggs with defamatory lawsuit

City attorney Jan Goldsmith is spending taxpayer money on lawyers to represent him in a lawsuit from San Diegans for Open Government, which challenges his refusal to turn over private emails that he sent to ...

Doug Benson’s High On Comic-Con

The comedian will record his Doug Loves Movies podcast at House of Blues next week

If anyone needs a poster child for the powers of marijuana, look at Doug Benson. The 50-year-old comedian grew up in San Carlos and El Cajon before moving to Los Angeles to pursue an acting ...

Faulconer moves to privatize city email archive

A few details of city’s troubled electronic records finally emerge

One of the first official actions taken by incoming San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer earlier this year was to pledge to keep all city emails around for the indefinite future. Now the Republican mayor, a ...

Belgian redemption via beers, meat canoes

Brabant’s Belgian Independence Day event to erase bitter taste of defeat

The World Cup is over, which means we can put all of our ill will toward Belgium behind us. It’s actually in our best interest and the timing couldn’t be better. Belgian Independence Day is ...

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