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‘Fall Classics’ next up for Hillcrest Wind Ensemble, Oct. 8

The Hillcrest Wind Ensemble presents Fall Classics Saturday, Oct. 8, at 7 p.m. at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, 4190 Front St. in Hillcrest. The ensemble will be featuring light classical pieces interspersed with premier performances of the three winning contemporary pieces from this year’s national composition contest. The night will include the Sunrise and […]

SeaWorld embezzler gets 30 months federal prison

A gay man who embezzled $818,000 from SeaWorld after working there as a manager was sentenced Sept. 23 to 30 months in federal prison for wire fraud and filing a false tax return. Sebastian Jobin, 48, whose legal name is Wilfred David Joseph Jobin-Reyes, was ordered by U.S. District Court Judge Jeffrey Miller to repay […]

Believe in the power of change

As a progressive Christian, I believe there are many names for God and many ways to a loving God; this article reflects one of those ways. Take from here what works for you. Celebrate life with joy and peace! The Gospel of Mark is one of four gospels that relate the life story of Jesus […]

Yes, prices are going up! Again!

In 2005, we hit the proverbial height of the real estate market. Prices were at an all-time high and the median price for a single family home in San Diego County was a steep $517,500. Then came the crash and all the foreclosures and short sales that accompanied it. In 2009 the trough hit bottom […]

Round one to Clinton. For now

In competitive high school debate, the victor is known quickly. A judge watches the debate and keeps track of the arguments. Speakers score points when reasonable arguments go uncontested and when their arguments win contested issues. The judge adds up the points and announces a winner before the next round or awards ceremony. Scoring presidential […]

Jason Stuart: The birth of an actor

An exclusive insight into Jason Stuart’s unlikely journey to play a slave owner in 2016’s most anticipated film, The Birth of a Nation   If Woody Allen gets credit for coining the aphorism which says that 90 percent of success is just showing up, then lets agree that an ethos of similar import and clarity […]

Madison Paige and the age of the three dimensional artist

The young New York City-based singer, songwriter, model and Instagram ‘It’ Girl proves in this day and age, having it all means doing it all   Madison Paige belongs to that category of personality best known as impish. She’s smart, and clever, and knows just when to dangle the air of personal boredom before roping […]

Inspired by a land down under

No, not Australia; the land down under “where women glow and men plunder.”* But rather Australia’s quirky cousin, New Zealand – home of Hobbits and … elk? Dunedin (pronounced dun-ee-din) Restaurant and Bar is North Park’s latest laid-back eatery. The newest addition to the Kiwi family of restaurants; the team who brought us Public Houses […]

Pride Board has lost community support

Having been involved with San Diego Pride since the beginning in 1974, I have the unique experience of knowing every board of directors. Sadly, the current Pride Board has lost its way and lost touch with the LGBT community which it serves. Last week’s Pride Board meeting saw almost 100 San Diegans show up with […]

The concept of identity explored

Your father taught you how to take a decent picture. He taught you how to tie a tie, too. Because of him, you know how to create a good meal out of almost nothing, how to keep a car running, and how to avoid being a jerk. You know a lot of things, thanks to […]

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