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Dia De Los Muertos Barrio Art Crawl Nov 01, 2014 A free, self-guided tour that consists of public murals, open studios, galleries, and local businesses throughout Barrio Logan. Dozens of businesses will be open including The Roots Factory, Bread & Salt, Border X Brewing and more. 87 other events on Saturday, November 1
 
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A review of Cygnet Theatre’s production of Sam Shepard drama tops our coverage of local plays
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Wednesday, June 29,2005
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Mayoral-Go-Round

By Daniel Strumpf
Mayoral-Go-Round
Wednesday, June 22,2005
News

The mayoral-go-round

GOP leaders sweet on Francis; Shelby thinks gays are funny

By Daniel Strumpf
With the endorsement of millionaire Steve Francis by the Republican Party of San Diego County's Central Committee, the infighting has begun.
Wednesday, June 15,2005
News

Pension scandal for dummies

Understanding San Diego's $1,700,000,000 pain in the ass

By Daniel Strumpf
Ask your average urban dweller hownour city—once touted as a paragon of financial virtue—fell from grace into thenmunicipal manure pile, and you'll either get a blank stare or a mumblednexplanation that has something to do with a pension system.
Wednesday, June 8,2005
Nightgeist

OUTDOORSGet Out!

8 surf and turf activities to satiate your outdoor appetite

By Daniel Strumpf
8 surf and turf activities to satiate your outdoor appetite
Wednesday, June 1,2005
Film

IN BRIEF

News for the attention challenged

By Daniel Strumpf
News for the attention challenged
Wednesday, May 25,2005
News

Spun and spinning

After stumbling out of the gate, millionaire Steve Francis is searching for his stride

By Daniel Strumpf
As random shoppers hustle across a sizzling Mission Valley parking lot toward the air-conditioned innards of a Ralph's supermarket, a man approaches and offers an introduction. “Hello, I'm Steve Francis and I'm running for mayor of San Diego,” he says.
Wednesday, May 18,2005
News

MAYOR O’LAUGH-LIN

Can San Diego take a joker seriously? Can a joker take San Diego seriously?

By Daniel Strumpf
Can San Diego take a joker seriously? Can a joker take San Diego seriously?
Wednesday, May 11,2005
Music feature

DOLLARS FOR DEFENDANTS

The money still flows to politicians, legal problems be damned

By Daniel Strumpf
The money still flows to politicians, legal problems be damned
Wednesday, May 4,2005
News

Lawyers, sex & money

City Hall a-go-go goes to trial

By Daniel Strumpf
Relief. That's what Deputy Mayor Michael Zucchet said he's feeling these days. It's an oddly cool answer from a man who, in light of Mayor Dick Murphy's resignation last week, may end up in charge of an imploding city government and, arguably more important at the time, was just days away from the start of his federal corruption trial.
Wednesday, May 4,2005
News

GRIM PICKIN'S

Job cuts and service reductions factor heavily in proposed city budget

By Daniel Strumpf
Job cuts and service reductions factor heavily in proposed city budget
 
 
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