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Soweto Gospel Choir Apr 16, 2014 Singing in English as well as a number of South African languages, the two-time Grammy Award-winning choir fuses traditional African gospel music—complete with occasional clicks and bird songs—with Western songs of celebration. 55 other events on Wednesday, April 16
 
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Monday, March 31,2014
Food Issue

Delicious dozen

A year’s worth of new San Diego restaurants

By Kelly Davis
smorgasbord of restaurants have opened in the year since our last food issue—more than we could possibly list here—so, we went down the list of newbies, and picked one for each month. 
Wednesday, March 26,2014
News

San Diego and its nonprofits are in a pie fight

City and community groups battle over a shrinking pot of federal anti-poverty money

By Kelly Davis
Last week, Mayor Kevin Faulconer proposed locking in a guarantee that the city will get 60 percent, or $3.6 million, of the roughly $6 million in CDBG funds available annually for capital-improvement projects. 
Friday, March 21,2014
Cocktail Tales

Booze news

Native Spirits North Park retail shop, Polite Provisions' cocktail glasses and Hiatus' Gin Fest

By Kelly Davis
On the short list of retail shops that San Diego lacks are good liquor stores. That's not to say there aren't any—K 'n B Wine Cellars, for instance, will make your neck hurt with its sky-high shelves of booze.
Wednesday, March 5,2014
News

San Diego homeless shelters get a reprieve

But debate continues on how to get people off the street

By Kelly Davis
An outreach team with the Alpha Project found Roger Ramirez on a corner in East Village last Wednesday. In a wheelchair, wearing surgical scrubs for pants and with a thick cast on his right leg, Ramirez, who’s homeless, had been discharged from UCSD Medical Center in Hillcrest the day before. He’d fractured his leg jumping out of a dumpster while searching for recyclables and spent five days in the hospital. He was discharged with a bus pass and headed back to 14th and G streets, where he hoped to find a friend who had his belongings.
Friday, February 7,2014
Cocktail Tales

That's amari

Learning to love bitter liqueur, one amaro at a time

By Kelly Davis
I considered writing about romantic drinking spots for this column, but I'm utterly unromantic. I have, however, been thinking a lot about a type of spirit that sounds romantic: amaro (plural "amari").
Friday, January 17,2014
Cocktail Tales

Frogger and Fernet?

Well-played drinks at North Park’s Coin-Op Game Room

By Kelly Davis
Coin-Op's located in the space formerly occupied by Hubcap (and, just before that, El Take it Easy) and features a big, open front facing 30th Street.
Tuesday, January 14,2014
Design Issue

Four jewelry designers whose work we dig

Sondra Sherman, Michell Galindo, Jennifer Will and Amanda Packer

By Kelly Davis
Sondra Sherman, an associate professor of art in jewelry and metalwork at SDSU, recently had one of her pieces, "Flowers and Still Life"—a brooch embedded in a carved-out book—acquired by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
Wednesday, January 8,2014
News

Defining ‘reintegration’ for sexually violent predators

State law isolates offenders and infuriates residents

By Kelly Davis
In August, San Diego County Superior Court Judge Howard Shore ruled that 39- year-old Mikel Marshall could be safely released from Coalinga State Hospital, to which he’d been committed under the law in California that governs sexually violent predators.
Friday, December 27,2013
Cocktail Tales

2013 in adult beverages

Here’s what a year of (good) boozing looks like

By Kelly Davis
Since this issue’s filled with reflections on 2013, I figured I’d use this space to look back at some memorable drinking.
Wednesday, December 18,2013
News

Transitional housing faces an uncertain future

It’s fallen out of favor, and one report says there’s too much of it in San Diego

By Kelly Davis
The current model—fix people first, then move them into permanent housing—has fallen out of favor, replaced by what’s known as “housing first,” which emphasizes getting people off the street as quickly as possible and into their own place.
 
 
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