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June 3, 2015 Issue

Deadphones have been on a bit of a hiatus since last year, after releasing their excellent self-titled debut album, but while it's been a li... more

Music

Where will the San Diego Chargers call home? A public subsidy of, say, $600 million might convince our local NFL football team to stay in Mission Valley and play in a new billion-dollar-plus stadium (give or take about a hundred moving part... more

From the Editor

One of the stranger San Diego political battles brewing for the 2016 season is a challenge to County Supervisor Dianne Jacob being mounted by fellow Republican Joel Anderson. more

News & Opinion

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Film

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Music Feature

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Opinion

Daniel Peña was in a rut. The Chula Vista-raised photographer and video artist had moved to Tijuana a year and a half ago, but quickly became depressed. more

Features

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Seen Local

For 12 years, a two-mile stretch along Adams is turned into a hodgepodge of art openings, concerts, foodie happenings and cultural performances. more

Short List Event Picks

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Sordid Tales

During the May opening party for Park&Rec (4612 Park Boulevard), a frequent guest from when the location went by a different name points out a showerhead hanging from the ceiling behind a bandstand. more

Food & Drink