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Black Friday: A Reflection of American Consumerism Nov 28, 2014 An art show focusing on the most consumerist day of the year featuring works from Julia Gomez, Scott Genglebach, Melissa Graham and more. There will also be performance artists, acoustic music and poetry readings. Proceeds benefit The Buy Art Campaign. 55 other events on Friday, November 28
 
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At SDSU Downtown Gallery, the artist will demonstrate his love of ideas rather than any one medium or message
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Stephen Hawking biopic leads our rundown of movies screening around town

 

 
 
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Wednesday, September 24,2014
News

City Heights incident raises questions about police response

With few specifics on who they were looking for, officers held the wrong man at gunpoint

By Kelly Davis
Late afternoon on Sept. 9, a case of mistaken identity resulted in Sightler being held at gunpoint by San Diego Police officers for roughly 10 minutes.
Monday, September 15,2014
Cocktail Tales

Zymology 21 cultivates shrub cocktails

Cafe 21’s sister restaurant gets creative with fermented-fruit syrups

By Kelly Davis
When Louis Chavez was tapped to create the cocktail menu for Zymology 21—sister restaurant to Leyla and Alex Javadov's popular Cafe 21 (locations in North Park and the Gaslamp Quarter)—shrubs seemed like the obvious way to go.
Monday, September 8,2014
News

Review board identifies policy violations, shoddy investigation in San Diego jail death

Detainee who swallowed meth was left to die in solitary confinement

By Kelly Davis, Dave Maass
A law-enforcement oversight board has found that San Diego County Sheriff’s deputies lied and omitted information in the investigation of the death of a 28-year-old African-American man who’d swallowed a baggie of meth before being booked into custody.
Wednesday, September 3,2014
News

What can San Jose’s minimum-wage increase tell San Diego?

A tale of two cities

By Kelly Davis
“Modest, at most,” is how Jim Reed, policy director at the San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce, described the impact of the wage increase to a USA Today reporter in June.
Wednesday, August 27,2014
News

Lost in the criminal justice system

If you’re mentally ill, good luck finding your way

By Kelly Davis
Sarah’s standing in the hallway of the San Diego Central Courthouse, hoping to see her son Kyle as deputies lead groups of inmates, shackled together, to holding cells behind the courtrooms.

Saturday, August 23,2014
Cocktail Tales

It’s all about the orgeat

Tiki drinks don’t have to be so sticky-sweet

By Kelly Davis
For a cocktail to be truly tiki, does it have to have a sweet juice as its base?
Wednesday, August 13,2014
News

How San Diego’s juvenile-hall scandal could change state policy on pepper spray

County supervisors, oversight boards say they welcome a federal investigation

By Kelly Davis, Dave Maass
The feds haven’t said yet whether they will investigate the extreme use of pepper spray at local juvenile halls, but basically everyone in the juvenile-justice community—and beyond—thinks they should.
Wednesday, August 6,2014
News

Finding a cure for the ‘Huffman virus’

How one case study could potentially transform City Heights

By Kelly Davis
Huffman-style properties were built fast to meet a perceived economic threat. With new Mission Valley shopping centers luring consumers away from neighborhood businesses, midcentury Mid-City—North Park, City Heights, Normal Heights, Hillcrest, University Heights and Kensington— needed more density to help those businesses compete.
Friday, August 1,2014
Cocktail Tales

Noble Experiment's new guy

Trevor Easter takes over at the iconic San Diego bar, plus Nate Howell's farewell menu for JSix

By Kelly Davis
Google "Trevor Easter" and you'll turn up a 2012 San Francisco Chronicle piece, written when Easter was bar manager at respected Bay Area spot Heaven's Dog. In it, the Mt. Helix native gives a sho
Monday, July 28,2014
News

Civil rights groups blast San Diego County over pepper spray in juvenile halls

Justice Department asked to investigate and force county to eliminate 'inhumane and abusive' practices

By Dave Maass, Kelly Davis
YLC identified dozens upon dozens of cases of improper use of pepper spray. Probation staff sprayed youth at risk of suicide; youth who simply were disobedient; youth with respiratory, cardiovascular and skin problems; and youth being treated with psychotropic medication. They used it to gas-out detainees who refused to leave their cells. They sprayed detainees as young as 12 years old. They sprayed multiple girls who refused to strip at the request of male staff.
 
 
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