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May 22, 2013 Weather, terrain, culture, beach sandal-to-hiking boot ratio -- there are plenty of things to distinguish the north state from Southern California. Add to that list where congressional delegations stand on Gov. Jerry Brown 's divisive
For choreographer Patricia Rincon, dance has always been a dialogue a conversation spurred on not by words but by movement. And on this, the 15th anniversary of her Blurred Borders Dance Festival, that philosophical approach to dance takes on an even
Sept. 11, 2012, Benghazi terrorist attacks will be honored in a special Memorial Day ceremony Monday at the Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial. Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods will be honored with memorial plaques at the ceremony. The black granite
After just two years on the job, the young principal at Palos Verdes High School is moving on to become the leader of a high school in Orange County. Nick Stephany, 33, took the reins at the school in July 2011, when predecessor Chris Bowles retired.
Expect a busy Memorial Day weekend as millions of Southern Californians hit the road, many of them opting to stay in San Diego, reports the Automobile Club. While overall travel will fall slightly this year compared to last, nearly all of that is due
SeaWorld's new water park Aquatica will open to the public June 1, and park officials took 10News on a tour Wednesday as construction crews worked on the finishing touches. SeaWorld bought Knott's Soak City in Chula Vista last year and started
Paul Basile , multiple Orchid winner especially for restaurant design, will reveal his secrets "Inside the Design Studio," sponsored by the San Diego Architectural Foundation. The event, open to the public at $20 per person, will take place at 6:30 p.
A proposed arts and entertainment district meant to enliven a 58-block section of downtown San Diego north of Broadway is scheduled to be considered by the City Council's Land Use and Housing Committee Wednesday. Backers of the idea, originally put
San Diego Labor Council Secretary-Treasurer Lorena Gonzalez made the following statement in response to reported results in two San Diego special elections today: Tonight we're seeing exactly what happens when San Diego's working families stand up
Julie Su doesn't back down from fights when she thinks employers are cheating their workers. In her two years as California's top labor law enforcer, Su has taken on scores of unscrupulous businesses. As state labor commissioner, she inherited an