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Taste of the Nation San Diego Sep 14, 2014 More than 50 of San Diego's best restaurants, winemakers, brewers, and distilleries unite to support Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry Campaign. Sample delicious bites and drinks, browse the silent auction and enjoy live entertainment. 65 other events on Sunday, September 14
 
Spin Cycle
And speaking of fights, who would win: Jason Roe or a great white shark?
Arts & Culture feature
Holding a brief candle to a locally made modern thriller
News
Climate plan, water conservation and bag ban are on the slow track
Check 1, Check 2 | Music & nightlife
Band plays live for first time in 20 years
Concerts
Bands coming to town and just-announced shows

 

 
 
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Music

Iceage has a brutal mystique

By Jeff Terich 3/26/2013

Copenhagen punks are open to interpretation

For Hills Like Elephants, it’s anything but Swift

By Peter Holslin 3/20/2013

Local rockers explore the realm between indie and pop

Merchandise’s extreme midnight

By Jeff Terich 3/12/2013

Florida indie-rockers get extra-dark on their new album

News

Advocates push SANDAG for transit-first policy

By Joshua Emerson Smith 9/10/2014

Officials say they'll give it some study

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

By Kelly Davis, Dave Maass 9/08/2014

Detainee who swallowed meth was left to die in solitary confinement

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

By Kelly Davis 9/03/2014

A tale of two cities

Lost in the criminal justice system

By Kelly Davis 8/27/2014

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

Critics say Kevin Faulconer’s stalling on environmental policies

By Joshua Emerson Smith 8/20/2014

Climate plan, water conservation and bag ban are on the slow track

Food & Drink

A way of life

By Amy T. Granite 1/15/2013

There’s a hole at iconic Stardust Donut Shop, but the fryer’s still on

Memorable wads of wisdom from our food writers

By Kelly Davis 8/21/2012

Ten excerpts that made us laugh and drool

Fun at Bunz

By Jenny Montgomery 3/26/2012

Mission Valley spot serves top-shelf burgers and hot dogs

Bo’s Seafood is fresh and honest

By Jenny Montgomery 3/19/2012

Check out the best fish and chips outside of England

Hello to Santee’s Via Moto

By Jenny Montgomery 3/12/2012

Standouts include house-made mozzarella and a well-balanced panini

Arts & Culture

Head Crammers

By CityBeat Staff 10/09/2013

Bombard your brain with these bits of brilliance

Five must-read fantasy comic books and graphic novels

By Alex Zaragoza 7/17/2013

San Diego experts give the recommendations

Watch this space

By CityBeat Staff 12/28/2012

19 locations we’re keeping an eye on this year

Andrew Printer wants the gay population to stop settling down

By Seth Combs 9/01/2009

San Diego photographer's exhibition challenges the gay community to fight for the right not to marry

The show goes on for these two old clowns, Jerry Hager and Larry Keough

By Kinsee Morlan 12/16/2008

An end of old-school entertainment won’t stop these old pals from entertaining

 
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