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7677 Engineer Rd
San Diego, CA 92111   Directions

(858) 571-8888



4600 Air Way
San Diego, CA 92102   Directions

(619) 237-1010



5200 Campanile Dr
San Diego, CA 92182   Directions

(619) 594-1515


San Diego’s District 7 Race Features Four Political Newcomers And More Local News
01/21/2020 7:49am

Four candidates will vie to replace Scott Sherman on the San Diego City Council. Plus, after a record-setting deployment, sailors aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln were greeted by their families at North Island Monday morning. And Brian Maienschein switched parties and is now running for state assembly as a Democrat.

One Republican, 2 Dems Vie For San Diego City Council District 5, Once A GOP Stronghold And More Local News
01/20/2020 7:16am

Three major candidates, two Democrats and a Republican, are running in the March primary to replace termed-out Councilman Mark Kersey. Plus, new data from U.S. Labor Department says women are now the majority in the American workforce. And, California increased its efforts to keep the federal government from allowing oil and gas drilling on more than 1 million acres of public land. Also, Harriet slipped into theaters over the holidays and got lost amidst bigger releases, now its back at Digital Gym Cinema after it won two Oscar nominations.

Border Patrol Allows New Friendship Garden After Bulldozing The First One And More Local News
01/17/2020 8:26am

The San Diego Border Patrol apologizes for demolishing the Friendship Garden, a garden that straddles the U.S.-Mexico border between San Diego and Tijuana. Plus, California water quality officials lambast Poway for allowing contamination that shut down the citys water supply for a week. And more and more fire calls in San Diego a linked to homeless encampments.

A Record Deployment Means A Tough Time For Navy Families And More Local News
01/16/2020 8:00am

The USS Abraham Lincoln is heading for its new home port of San Diego and the ships families, who have already arrived, are eager to settle down with their sailors. Plus, the City of San Diego waves a $2,000 permit fee to encourage homeowners to help the city fix its cracked sidewalks. And San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer delivers his sixth and final State of the City address.

Wrong Way Crash Kills Two Following Police Pursuit
01/15/2020 7:38am

A motorist stopped by Oceanside Police flees the wrong way on I-5, resulting in a crash that causes two deaths. Plus, the head of the Border Patrol in San Diego is appointed to be the head of the whole agency in Washington D.C. Also, California becomes the first state to conduct its own mini census to check the numbers the Census Bureau collects in the states hard-to-count districts.


7191 Engineer Rd
San Diego, CA 92111   Directions

(858) 492-9269


Ruptured water pipe creats sinkhole in street
01/21/2020 3:24pm

Crews are working to repair a sinkhole caused by a water main break.

Bicyclist dies after hit-and-run crash
01/21/2020 2:48pm

A bicyclist died after he was hit by a car.

Fire destroys North County trailer
01/21/2020 2:07pm

A trailer being used for storage on a dirt road in Bonsall was destroyed by fire Tuesday.

1st case of Chinese coronavirus found in US
01/21/2020 1:00pm

The CDC is expected to announce this afternoon that the first case of Wuhan coronavirus has been reported in the U.S.

5th body found at Tijuana house where SoCal couple was discovered
01/21/2020 12:58pm

Five bodies have now been found at a Tijuana home where the remains of a missing Southern California couple were discovered last week.

San Diego CityBeat
San Diego CityBeat

3047 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92104   Directions

(619) 281-7526


San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego Union-Tribune

600 B St
San Diego, CA 92101   Directions

(619) 718-5200


Fire damages Imperial Beach home, vehicles
01/21/2020 5:14pm

The blaze broke out around 9 a.m. at the home on Dahlia Avenue between Fifth Street and Carolina Street

Man hiding in bushes arrested following fatal hit-and-run accident in Dehesa
01/21/2020 4:47pm

A Julian man was arrested Monday following a fatal hit-and-run accident involving a bicyclist on a rural road east of El Cajon.

SDSU hires Ryan Hopkins as new men's soccer coach
01/21/2020 4:13pm

Hopkins was an assistant on successful programs at Virginia and Denver

Water main break causes sinkhole in Southcrest
01/21/2020 4:08pm

San Diego police blocked off 38th Street from Z St to Alpha Street for more than an hour

Claudette Zepeda returns to Liberty Station as chef of domed pop-up
01/21/2020 3:58pm

The upscale, igloo-like Dinner With a View marks the most high-profile local event Zepeda has done since leaving El Jardn

University of California SD TV
University of California SD TV

9500 Gilman Dr
San Diego, CA 92093   Directions

(858) 534-7076


Oram Schumann Adams - La Jolla Symphony and Chorus
01/14/2020 3:00pm

Adventurous programming is a signature trait of La Jolla Symphony and this concert is no exception, featuring a newly commissioned work along with two popular favorites. Nee Commission recipient Celeste Orams a loose affiliationof alleluias is an ambitious concerto for violin and three voices. Robert Schumanns Violin Concerto features virtuoso violinist Keir GoGwilt in one of that composers most adventurous and popular pieces. Finally theres John Adams Harmonium, the large-scale work for orchestra and chorus which signaled the arrival of a major new talent. Series: La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Arts and Music Show ID: 34847

Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra - La Jolla Symphony and Chorus
01/03/2020 3:00pm

Bla Bartks Concerto for Orchestra is one of that composers most accessible and popular works. Composed at a time when Bartk was terminally ill with leukemia, the Concerto is nonetheless full of energy and humor. In Bartks words this music is intended to be a life-assertion, and it served as a great composers final artistic statement. Series: La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Show ID: 35400

The Central Park Five with Anthony Davis
01/01/2020 3:00pm

Opera News has called UC San Diego Music Professor Anthony Davis A National Treasure, for his pioneering work in opera. His six operas include works centered on recent historical figures & events, including Malcolm X and Patty Hearst. Davis latest opera The Central Park Five, an exploration of the wrongful conviction of five teenagers of color in NYC in the 1980s, premiered at Long Beach Opera in 2019 to international acclaim. In this conversation with UC San Diego Music Professor Emeritus Cecil Lytle, Davis explains the genesis of The Central Park Five, and the challenges that ensue when art collides with current events. Series: Contemporary Composers 1900-Present Arts and Music Show ID: 35078

Rossini's Overture to William Tell - La Jolla Symphony and Chorus
01/01/2020 3:00pm

Rossinis 1829 opera William Tell is rarely performed today, but its Overture lives on as one of the most popular works in the classical repertoire. The Overture is essentially an instrumental suite written in four parts and performed without pause. The best-known section is the last, the allegro vivace, famously used as the rousing theme music for The Lone Ranger radio and TV series and notoriously so in A Clockwork Orange. Series: La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Show ID: 35398

Exploring the Earth Under the Sea: Over 50 Years of Scientific Seafloor Drilling
12/30/2019 3:00pm

Scientific drill ships allow scientists access to some of Earths most challenging environments, collecting data and samples of sediment, rock, fluids and living organisms from below the seafloor. Join Scripps paleontologist Dick Norris to learn about the long running international collaboration in scientific ocean drilling that has transformed human understanding of our planet. Series: Jeffrey B. Graham Perspectives on Ocean Science Lecture Series Show ID: 35178

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