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Auditor, ethics director back plan to purge emails

Luna, Fulhorst a surprise…Goldsmith not

The administrative regulation that city emails will be saved for only one year is an abomination that — supposedly — Mayor Faulconer will cock an eyebrow at. (There is some skepticism about whether he will ...

Chula Vista candidates declare intent to run June 3

“Here’s hoping someone of substance steps up [for mayoral seat.]”

Chula Vista candidates were slow to step up for the June 3 municipal election. Many waited until the last day, March 7, to turn in their nomination papers. Cheryl Cox will be termed out as ...

Shotgun murder at Alpine campground

Sheriff's helicopter orders suspect to the ground

A 73-year-old resident of the Ma-Tar-Awa campground, which sits on reservation land just east of Viejas Casino, is in custody and facing murder charges following an altercation with a neighbor on Sunday afternoon, March 9. ...

Far Away at Ion Theatre

Ion Theatre’s double bill — Sam Holcroft’s Edgar & Annabel and Caryl Churchill’s Far Away — combines one-acts that have so much in common they feel like deliberate companion pieces. In Edgar & Annabel rebels ...

Edgar & Annabel at Ion Theatre

Edgar and Annabel are “the perfect couple.” They’re economically viable, eat healthy foods, and never utter a discouraging word about the government, which also makes them perfect citizens in a hard-core totalitarian state. Trouble is: ...

San Diego legislators hit the road for free

Head of controversial nonprofit says, "These are not golf trips to Maui."

Who was the top junketeer among local legislators in 2013? That would be Democratic assemblywoman Shirley Weber, according to just-filed state personal financial disclosure reports. The California Foundation of the Environment and Economy picked up ...

Venezuelan demonstrators gather downtown

“Lack of understanding within the international community”

On Wednesday, March 5, a group of Venezuelan citizens and sympathizers gathered for a peaceful protest at Ruocco Park in downtown San Diego. The demonstration — to express discontent with the current crisis in Venezuela ...

An interview with Stephanie Blythe, mezzo-soprano (2 of 3)

"I think art is born of two things: love and risk, that’s all it is."

Un Ballo in Maschera has opened at San Diego Opera and the reviews are lauding its merits. And indeed they should. Ballo can be great or it can be an ordeal. This Ballo is top-to-bottom ...

First Drafts: URBN St. Brewery

Former Stone brewer homebrewing eventual brewpub offerings

Just four guys sitting around the brewery drinking beer…and, yes, we all have beards. This was the Facebook post describing the first media tasting session for the beers of URBN St. Brewery (110 North Magnolia ...

Billy Connolly on playing a zombie dog, mohawks, and Billy over William

Actor/comedian performs at the Balboa Theatre Tuesday night.

Scottish funnyman Billy Connolly, The Big Yin himself, is coming to town. The actor, singer, cartoon voice artist, and comedian will perform live at the Balboa Theatre on March 11. With a guy like Billy ...

This week in the San Diego jazz clubs: March 10–16

Jazz is happening every night this week

Monday 10 Pianist Danny Green’s trio with bassist Justin Grinnell and drummer Julien Cantelm play a free noontime concert at the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library (1008 Wall Street, La Jolla). The Robin Henkel Band ...

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