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Red Sox Closer Craig Kimbrel: 'I Do Better In Big Situations'
BOSTON (CBS) — The Red Sox have a new man for the ninth inning, and he can't wait to get a feel for Boston baseball. The Red Sox acquired Craig Kimbrel from San Diego this offseason to lock things down at the end of games, something he did 39 times …
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Proposed California law would require bartenders to stop serving drunk customers
The proposed legislation, introduced by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, called the Responsible Interventions for Beverage Servers Training Act (or RIBS for short), mandates that bartenders would need to take a special training lasting at …
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Nerves and Nerve: 'Tantrums' drag amateurs speak on eve of stage debut
Tantrums and Tiaras: Battle of the Bar Queens happens Sunday, February 21, at 7 pm at The Observatory North Park, 2891 University Ave, San Diego, California 92104. Sponsoring this year's event will be Crown Jewel Sponsor Absolut Vodka, and Gold …
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Ed Ruscha 'Then and Now' Opens at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
ace The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCASD ) opened their new exhibit Friday evening January 29th at the La Jolla location. The paintings of Ed Ruscha and Alvaro Blancarte were presented in the Museum's two main galleries. The opening reception was …
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A Brilliant Mathematician Defends Her Life at New Village Arts
It's a fabulous story: a brilliant woman, an exceptional scientist, intensely loved by three men — including the great Voltaire, whom she inspired and educated scientifically. Her theories were revolutionary. She was the first woman published by the …
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African-American theater in San Diego
What I'd like to see for the African-American theaters here is a dedicated performing-arts facility, with the city as its building fund partner. As artistic director of the San Diego Black Ensemble Theatre and a board member of a few theater companies …
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San Diego Theatre Week Makes Its Debut
… Village Arts. Dance companies and comedy groups are also participating. Some are planning extra programming after shows, such as question-and-answer sessions with the casts. A full list of theaters and events can be found at the San Diego Theatre …
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No, smartphones aren't that innovative: Why pay is lagging

No, smartphones aren't that innovative: Why pay is lagging
During that earlier period, standards of living soared, thanks to such epochal breakthroughs as electric light, indoor plumbing, the automobile, radio, the telephone and air travel. Those innovations raised wages and economic growth by increasing what …
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Spring break: Zika impact, popular spots, last-minute ideas
But Jared Kamrowski, whose new site, ThriftyTraveler.com, lists daily flight deals, said he believes Zika is impacting prices, with tickets for places like San Juan, Puerto Rico, as low as $ 180 round-trip from New York. "Almost … CheapOair found …
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Nations no longer matter in classical music

Nations no longer matter in classical music
#In reviewing the most recent San Diego Symphony concert, I made something of a big deal about countries of origin not being important in classical music. While that is true when it comes to performing or listening to classical music, it is not true …
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Falling tree killed musician on her way to gig
Carano was an active drummer and a member of a prominent San Diego music family. She played in her own band and an all-woman band called Nectarine. She also played in the band Donna Chrisy & The Camel Tones. Carano taught drums at Nightingale …
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Harlem Quartet: Musical ambassadors
The quartet's San Diego debut performance at Conrad Prebys Concert Hall on Friday — an ArtPower presentation — is a reflection of that. They will play Beethoven's String Quartet No. 4 in C Minor, Op. 18, No. 4; Mendelssohn's String Quartet in E Minor …
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California Open Wildlife Art Festival at Liberty Station

California Open Wildlife Art Festival at Liberty Station
This unique wildlife art show has gained a national reputation as one of the best decoy competitions and wildlife art shows in the country. For 2016, the PSWA presents San Diego bird photographer Scott Streit as their featured artist of the year …
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Fiber artists' inspired creations
Temecula residents and noted fiber artists Patricia and David Charity draw inspiration from a variety of sources in the creation of their stunning art quilts. Husband and wife, they work mostly separately out of the same studio using a variety of …
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Bag Raiders of the Lost Weekend

Bag Raiders of the Lost Weekend
19), Radiation City, Deep Sea Diver and Oh, Spirit! are at the Casbah; Sam Outlaw, Whitney Rose and Nena Anderson hit Soda Bar; Nicky Venus and Beginners play at Bar Pink; and Such a Bitch presents Susan, Keepers, plus special guests and DJ Chrissy …
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Red Sox hope Kimbrel gives needed bullpen punch
7. But beyond Uehara's health, he will turn 41 on April 3. That's why new president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski targeted the team's back end of the bullpen for upgrades in the offseason. Dombrowksi shipped away four prospects to San Diego in …
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Jim Winsor's Out & About: Tantrums & Tiaras is this Sunday
Coming up this Sunday will be the fourth annual running of the hugely popular community charity event Tantrums & Tiaras: Battleof the Bar Queens, at the Observatory North Park (aka the North Park Theatre). 100% of the proceeds will benefit The San …
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Another Croce's restaurant comes to an end

Another Croce's restaurant comes to an end
Eventually, he plans to incorporate a piano bar into the restaurant a couple of nights a week, but the focus, he said, will not be on live music. The closing of Croce's marks the end of an era for what had been a San Diego dining and entertainment …
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Chargers initiative may boost stadium funding
San Diego — A citizen's initiative led by the Chargers could help solve stadium financing problems by reviving opportunities for collateral development of the Mission Valley stadium site, City Attorney Jan Goldsmith said this week. If team officials …
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San Diego's wanted: Theft suspect escaped work furlough
The Union-Tribune is profiling a wanted suspect each week in an effort to make our community safer. We are partnering with Crime Stoppers and local law enforcement to profile known fugitives as well as draw attention to unsolved crimes committed by …
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CrimeFighters Alert: Manhunt for Jonathan Alexander Guerrero

CrimeFighters Alert: Manhunt for Jonathan Alexander Guerrero
SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) – The CBS News 8 Crimefighters are helping authorities in a manhunt looking for Jonathan Alexander Guerrero. Jonathan Alexander Guerrero has a felony no bail warrant for escaping from a court ordered work furlough program.
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The Latest: San Diego court says man is Louisiana fugitive
A California judge has determined that a man recently arrested in a San Diego suburb is a fugitive wanted in a 1979 child sexual abuse investigation in Louisiana, where he was a children's TV show host known as "Mr. Wonder." A San Diego County Superior …
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DC Entertainment Unveils "Rebirth," Refocusing Comic Book Universe
22: Southern California, more or less in the region of San Diego. Following its destruction by alien invaders and subsequent rebuilding, the inhabitants of the city have taken to calling it "the city of no fear," somewhat ghoulishly. (It was …
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Study: Care For San Diego's Dying Patients Needs To Improve

Study: Care For San Diego's Dying Patients Needs To Improve
Health care providers in the San Diego region rank poorly in how they care for older, dying patients in three important ways, according to a national report released Wednesday. First, Medicare beneficiaries with dementia should not have feeding tubes …
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Cal softball heads to San Diego to compete in Campbell/Cartier Classic
22 Cal women's softball team (3-1) heads to its second tournament of the season at the Campbell/Cartier Classic in San Diego, it will be looking to break the streak of comebacks that characterized its first performance at a major tournament last weekend.
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Fake Modeling Agent Sentenced for Extorting Women for Sex Acts
A San Diego man who posed as a modeling agent to take compromising photos of women and to extort sex acts from them will spend 11 years and four months in prison, according to prosecutors. Maverick Mendez Rosales, 24, received his sentence …
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