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Rocky Road Irish Comedy Tour Sep 02, 2014

Laughter delivered Irish style, with two of Ireland's top comedians, Joe Rooney (Father Ted, BBC) and Andrew Stanley (Republic of Telly, RTE), along with openers Jennifer Hartnett and David Nihil.

30 other events on Tuesday, September 2
 
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County supervisors, oversight boards say they welcome a federal investigation

 

 
 
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Wednesday, January 9,2013
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What we learned from the Stratfor document dump

Valuable information about the border buried in WikiLeaks / Anonymous’ ‘Global Intelligence Files’

By Dave Maass
Barrett Brown, the sort-of spokesperson and public face of the hacktivist group Anonymous, was indicted by a federal grand jury in December in connection with the theft of several million emails snatched from a well-known and well-connected private intelligence firm.
Wednesday, January 9,2013
Shenanigans

Shenanigans: Secretary of defense mini-crossword

Which secretaries fit in the blanks?

By Dave Maass
Which secretary was the subject of the 2003 Oscar-winning documentary Fog of War
Wednesday, January 2,2013
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Sheriff to reexamine treatment of transgender inmates

New advisory board formed in response to CityBeat article on abuse complaints that went uninvestigated

By Dave Maass
The only document resembling guidelines for handling transgender inmates in local jails was issued by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department more than five years ago. 
Wednesday, January 2,2013
Shenanigans

Shenanigans: Gun game

Can you identify these firearms, which were all explicitly named in the 1994 assault-weapons ban?

By Dave Maass
Can you tell the difference between an Uzi and a Striker 12?
Wednesday, January 2,2013
No Life Offline

Big book of Big Data

A cautious endorsement of the coffee-table book on the new age of mass information

By Dave Maass
Those who say dead-tree books are dead have not considered the longevity of the coffee-table book. Coffee, as a beverage, is in no danger of obsolescence, and a virtual coffee table is totally useless in supporting the weight of the new novelty mug you also received for Christmas.
Wednesday, December 26,2012
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The annual year-end super-crossword

From Olympics wins to natural disasters, we pack 2012’s local headlines into our holiday-time puzzle

By Dave Maass

ACROSS: 1. Christian-inspired local rock band that won Artist of the Year at the San Diego Music Awards.

Wednesday, December 19,2012
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Gary Kreep's family-law record

Birther judge-elect opposed parental rights for communists and lesbians as a lawyer, and faced allegations of spousal abuse

By Dave Maass
It was 1991, and Kreep—who’ll be sworn in as a Superior Court judge in January— was being stalked by a client who’d gone off the deep end. The signs were just the beginning of a Cape Fear-style threat to Kreep and his staff.
Wednesday, December 19,2012
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Generous soldiers, stingy prosecutors

Who are the big givers and big scrooges in San Diego's Combined Federal Campaign?

By Dave Maass
Federal employees in San Diego and Imperial counties collectively contribute more than $6 million per year to nonprofits through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), the nation’s largest workplace charity drive.
Wednesday, December 19,2012
Shenanigans

Shenanigans: Ebenezer teasers

Bah humbug! Here's some trivia to bum you out on Christmas

By Dave Maass
How much sugar is in a standard-sized candy cane? Which toys are potentially dangerous? Happy holidays! 
Wednesday, December 12,2012
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Mark Kersey on the record

New San Diego City Council member wants Santa to bring post-partisanship and ‘Game of Thrones’

By Dave Maass
It was exceptionally easy for Mark Kersey to score one of the city’s most difficult jobs. In May 2011, the 36-year-old filled out a piece of paper, turned it in to the San Diego City Clerk’s office and waited. 
 
 
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