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He's no wimp

Tenor Paul Appleby talks opera and the cost of living.

Paul Appleby is a smart guy. He is also performing the role of Don Ottavio in San Diego Opera’s Don Giovanni. Paul went to Juilliard and then into the Metropolitan Opera’s young artist program. During ...

They said, he said

Nonprofit Desert AIDS Project thrift shop in Hillcrest shuttering

Revivals, the nonprofit thrift store at 1644 University Avenue in Hillcrest, will close down on February 28. It will not be relocating. Opened February 7, 2011, by Desert AIDS Project (D.A.P.) in Palm Springs, Revivals ...

More than a late-night munchies spot

Veg-friendly student favorite good enough for all

I'd actually never been to Pokéz, though I've heard about it repeatedly over the years. Everybody I know who went to college in this town seems to have fond memories of the "vegetarian Mexican eatery." ...

Beware: Publishers Clearing House scam

Lt. Aaron Doyle of the Oceanside PD has nothing to do with it

There seem to be a lot of Publishers Clearing House $100,000 Sweepstakes winners in Oceanside. According to the Oceanside Police Department, elderly or live-alone residents have been receiving calls from a “Lieutenant Aaron Doyle,” claiming ...

Sunday is go time

Tank of meth intercepted and four people apprehended

A Lemon Grove man was caught over the weekend attempting to cross the border into the U.S. with a gas tank full of liquid methamphetamine, Border Patrol officials are reporting. The unnamed 39-year-old was stopped ...

Tour Del Mar

Scenic North County bike route features a few surprises along the way.

Like most San Diegans I'm familiar with the touristy parts of Del Mar (Del Mar Fairground/Racetrack and the beaches) – the scenic coastal village between Soledad Valley and the San Dieguito River – but didn't ...

Ex-PR man Faulconer pitches GE

Mayor's national publicity drive hits the road again

As students of 20th-century California history will nostalgically recall, a once-struggling movie actor named Ronald Reagan rose to political prominence selling General Electric. The Democrat-turned-Republican hosted General Electric Theatre on television and toured the country ...

Craig Noel Award Winners for 2014

San Diego Theater Critics Circle celebrated a heck of a year

The San Diego Theater Critics Circle held its 12th annual awards ceremony last night. Congratulations to the winners, the nominees, and the entire community of theater artists for one heck of a year. Resident Musical: ...

San Diego, mortgage hot spot

Turn-down rate here for African-Americans is less than half national average

Among the nation's 30 largest metro areas, San Diego is the best for an African-Amerian attempting to get a mortgage. Zillow.com came out with a study yesterday (February 9). It measures the rate at which ...

February 9 dock totals

Seems as though only two 1/2 day boats made it out yesterday in the big swells. Sometimes it's the fishing, sometimes it's the bump. The fishing is good, but those who get queasy on the ...

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