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Lester Bangs Memorial Reading Oct 21, 2014 Grossmont faculty and alumni writers, along with special guests, read their original works of poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction in tribute to “America’s Greatest Rock Critic.” In Room 220 of Building 26. 54 other events on Tuesday, October 21
 
Fall Arts
Epic San Diego Museum of Art exhibition promises a textbook lesson in the evolution of modern works
Editorial
Kevin Faulconer’s likely to tack left on sustainability
Film
Adaptation of Patricia Highsmith novel tops our coverage of movies screening around town
News
With few specifics on who they were looking for, officers held the wrong man at gunpoint
Theater
Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s musical leads our rundown of local plays

 

 
 
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Tuesday, September 29,2009
Political Lunacy

Haven't we been here before?

In San Diego politics, the frame of the game stays the same

By Carl Luna
In San Diego politics, the frame of the game stays the same
Tuesday, June 23,2009
Political Lunacy

San Diego song

City may have passed a pain-free budget, but it has a bigger hole in it than Henry’s bucket

By Carl Luna
City may have passed a pain-free budget, but it has a bigger hole in it than Henry’s bucket
Tuesday, December 9,2008
Political Lunacy

In lieu of flowers

A eulogy for departed City Attorney Mike Aguirre

By Carl Luna
A eulogy for departed City Attorney Mike Aguirre
Tuesday, October 14,2008
Political Lunacy

Black hole in the sun

Why would anyone want to be a member of the San Diego City Council?

By Carl Luna
Why would anyone want to be a member of the San Diego City Council?
Tuesday, September 2,2008
Political Lunacy

On to the 19th century!

You can’t fight City Hall—but you can fight retro plans to build a new one

By Carl Luna
You can’t fight City Hall—but you can fight retro plans to build a new one
Tuesday, May 27,2008
Political Lunacy

An odd year

Elections in odd-numbered council districts and an odd trio challenging an odd city attorney make for odd times

By Carl Luna
Elections in odd-numbered council districts and an odd trio challenging an odd city attorney make for odd times
Tuesday, March 18,2008
Political Lunacy

Light the candles

Even small wars cost a lot to raise these days

By Carl Luna
Even small wars cost a lot to raise these days
Tuesday, February 5,2008
Political Lunacy

Tijuana burns

Our neighbor's house is on fire--and no one seems to give a damn

By Carl Luna
Our neighbor's house is on fire--and no one seems to give a damn
Tuesday, December 25,2007
Political Lunacy

It's really not so bad

From financial woes to flaming fires, plagues of problems bedeviled San Diego in 2007, but we go on

By Carl Luna
From financial woes to flaming fires, plagues of problems bedeviled San Diego in 2007, but we muddled on
Tuesday, November 27,2007
Political Lunacy

The fall of Mike Aguirre

Can the city attorney survive the autumn of his discontent?

By Carl Luna
Can the city attorney survive the autumn of his discontent?
 
 
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