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Comic-Con Adds 2 More Graphic Novel Book Clubs!

COME AND TALK COMICS WITH US! Comic-Con Adds 2 More Graphic Novel Book Clubs! In 2014, Comic-Con International started its first 2 Graphic Novel Book Clubs in San Diego libraries. Now we're adding 2 more! Read more

Please Stop Making Bomb Threats Against Southwest (Or Any Airline)

For the second time this week, a Southwest Airlines flight had to be investigated because someone thought it would be hilarious to waste everyone’s time by making bomb threats for flights between San Diego and Dallas. The first incident occurred Monday, when threats against Southwest flights reportedly popped up on Twitter. At least one flight, en route to Southwest’s … [More]

Anakin ready 'Celestial Frequency Shifter' (stream two tracks)

by Andrew Sacher I've already talked at length about how Hum's influence has been very prevalent lately, and another band that's proof of this is San Diego's Anakin. Like Hum, they go all in on the thick sludgy guitars, the...

San Diego Anchor Hits the Road Before Retirement

KGTV anchor Bill Griffith is retiring in February after 39 years at the San Diego ABC affiliate. But, before he goes, he’s hitting the road in something the station is calling “Bill’s Excellent Adventure.” He’s also taking his replacement...Show More Summary

OK, You San Diego People

I've already been hearing from people out on the West Coast about how it's seventy-odd Fahrenheit out there. My first thought was "It's five AM out in San Diego; why aren't you asleep rather than looking at the thermometer?" But as for the Cambridge/Boston biopharma world, yeah, we're mostly at home today. Show More Summary

Mark S. Allen Named President of The Society of Thoracic Surgeons

Internationally recognized cardiothoracic surgeon Mark S. Allen, MD today was elected as President of The Society of Thoracic Surgeons during the organization's 51st Annual Meeting in San Diego

Little-known agency keeps commuter rail network on track

The 351-mile rail corridor that runs along the coast between San Diego, Los Angeles and San Luis Obispo is the second-busiest intercity route in the nation.

SF/F writers: apply now for Clarion and Clarion West

yesterdayOdd : Boing Boing

Applications are open for both the Clarion Writing Workshop at UC San Diego and the Clarion west workshop in Seattle, a pair of legendary, six-week intensive instructional summer workshops for aspiring science fiction and fantasy writers. Read the rest

Woman Who Rejected Help From Pro-Life Activists Rushed to Hospital After Botched Abortion

A pro-life sidewalk counseling group is reporting that a woman was rushed to the hospital by ambulance from Family Planning Associates in San Diego on January 17, 2015. The husband of the injured woman told sidewalk counselors that his wife suffered complications to an abortion. According to Helpers of Gods Precious Infants San Diego, sidewalk […]

3D Enzyme Model Provides New Tool for Anti-Inflammatory Drug Development

To better understand PLA2 enzymes and help drive therapeutic drug development, researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine developed 3D computer models that show exactly how two PLA2 enzymes extract their substrates from cellular membranes. Show More Summary

San Diego Rapper Tiny Doo Facing 25-Years In Pen For Lyrics Tells Don Lemon He’s Just A Studio Gangster “I’m Just Painting A Picture” [Video]

San Diego-based rapper Tiny Doo has already spent eight months in prison, and faces 25 years to life in prison if convicted under a little-known California statute that makes it illegal to benefit from gang activities. CNN

Explore Dr. Seuss’ Creative Process: VIDEO

What type of creative process did Dr. Seuss use? In the video embedded above, Lynda Claassen talks about how the famous children’s books writer and artist created Green Eggs & Ham. Claassen, the director of the U.C. San Diego Special Collections & Archives, showcases several pieces that illustrates the development process for Seuss’ beloved story. What do you think?

San Diego Chargers' Top Free-Agency Targets at Outside Linebacker

The San Diego Chargers should be in the market for pass-rushers this offseason, specifically at outside linebacker. Third-year player Melvin Ingram came on strong in 2014, totaling four sacks in nine games, and rookie Jeremiah Attaochu had two in 11 games. Show More Summary

Box cutter found at San Diego park

San Diego officials Sunday called for the public's help in finding the person who has been leaving razor blades on a children's playground on Mission Bay.

'La Bohème' a rousing comeback for San Diego Opera

— The first standing ovation of San Diego Opera's season opener Saturday came at the start of the evening, not at the end.

The X-Files Will Happen And We Have Gillian Anderson To Thank For It

It really started with a simple question posed at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con, during a reunion of the cast and crew of The X-Files: Will The X-Files ever make a comeback? At the time, it probably seemed like a hypothetical, a chance to indulge in a fantasy that would never be taken seriously. Show More Summary

Maturing Johnson Set for PGA Tour Return

3 days agoSports / Golf : On Par

Dustin Johnson will return to the PGA Tour at next month's Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego, ending a six-month leave of absence from golf to seek help for "personal challenges".

Netanyahu, Obama: Who said what and when

Netanyahu, Obama: Who said what and when by Donald Harrison Editor, San Diego Jewish World SAN DIEGO (SDONA) – The rumors and “not for attribution” comments are far outdistancing what U.S. officials have put on the record concerning President Barack Obama’s alleged anger with Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for agreeing to speak before a [...]Show More Summary

Chargers call report of stadium deal in Los Angeles untrue

SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Chargers refuted a report from a St. Louis radio station that the team has a deal in place for a new stadium in Los Angeles. Andy Strickland of CBS Sports radio 920 AM in St. Louis reported on the air Friday that according to high-ranking officials in St. Show More Summary

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