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A happy Khmer New Year with Po's Cambodian Street Food

Sipping coconut water and experiencing the Maha Sangkran Festival

I can’t explain exactly what led me to attend the Maha Sangkran Festival the third weekend of April. Better known around these parts as the Cambodian New Year, or Khmer New Year, the two day ...

Notre Dame – more modern than you think

It's not just the polyphony

The fire which consumed the roof of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has been out for a few weeks now. What many of us may not have realized at the time is the Notre Dame ...

A flight of vodka at 619 Spirits

Local craft spirits have a home at North Park’s first urban distillery

If you walk into 619 Spirits without knowing better, it’s easy to mistake the place with any other North Park bar and restaurant. A kitchen turns out dishes including wings, loaded fries, burgers, and wraps. ...

Influential Modernist Movement poet Marianne Moore’s wit pushes boundaries of form and meaning

She is also a lifelong baseball fan and long-suffering lover of the Brooklyn Dodgers

Poetry I, too, dislike it: there are things that are important beyond all this fiddle. Reading it, however, with a perfect contempt for it, one discovers in it after all, a place for the genuine. ...

Windsor Hills Community Church: through our lives together

The church is not like family –  the church is family

The Hill Church Contact: 7485 Orien Ave., La Mesa 619-463-1201 www.thehillsd.org Membership: 150 Pastor: Jimmy Steele Age: 35 Born: Atlanta, GA Formation: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC Years Ordained: 1½ San Diego Reader: ...

How to spend Oceanside money – pools or police?

High schools want Olympic-sized pool at El Corazon like Carlsbad’s Alga Norte, but...

Oceanside is on a spending binge. Thanks to an extra $11 million coming in this year from the Measure X sales tax increase approved in November, the city council voted to rebuild its downtown fire ...

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