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Arte bella

Posted: May 4th, 2018 | Features, Top Story | No Comments

The heart of Little Italy turned into an open-air gallery filled with creative expressions of artwork and entertainment for the 34th annual ArtWalk in Downtown.

Helping couples break up nicely

Posted: February 2nd, 2018 | Community Profile, Featured, Features | No Comments

Counseling feuding divorcing couples was not Rich Gordon’s first career choice. Neither was living in California. But both turned out to be excellent choices.Born and raised in Rochester, New York, Gordon attended the University of Kansas (KU) from 1963 to 1967, where he played football with the KU Jayhawks and learned the rhythm of Midwestern pacing and values.From KU he went to Rutgers for a master’s degree in Urban Planning.

Springboard West returns

Posted: January 5th, 2018 | Arts & Entertainment, Features, Music, Top Story | No Comments

By Jen Lothspeich

As its name suggests, the Springboard West Music Festival aims to catapult emerging talents to the next level of music-making when it comes to town Jan. 11-13, but it is not for the casual player.

Emerging artists are selected from all over the world to perform at the festival — not just for San Diegans — but for industry professionals who have worked with top talents. Plus, with a two-day “Band Bootcamp,” participants also receive guidance from those qualified mentors and get the chance to perform for them.

Exactly where she needs to be

Posted: December 1st, 2017 | Features, Food & Drink, Top Story | No Comments

By Morgan M. Hurley | Editor

In the last decade, San Diego has become increasingly known for its male-dominated craft beer culture, currently residing at No. 2 on Thrillist’s Best Beer Cities in America.

Several local brewers have since expanded their ventures into the craft distillery world — offering their take on various spirit varietals — and at least one has migrated to spirits altogether.

Taking a loop in a Tesla

Posted: December 1st, 2017 | Features, Sustainability, Top Story | 1 Comment

By Morgan M. Hurley | Editor

[Editor’s note: This is the first in a series as we follow the progress of this start-up.]

I’m a daily user of public transportation, I make great use of the Lyft app on my phone and I take Amtrak north to Los Angeles on a regular basis.