November 6th, 2016

Asian Film Festival: A Photographic Retrospective

Festival Serves Up a Diverse Array of Films from Around the World

The San Diego Asian Film Festival (SDAFF), now in its 17th year, continues to set standards and push boundaries. Presented by the Pacific Arts Movement, the festival will screen 140 films representing 15 countries and cover an eclectic mix of topics, from zombies

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October 30th, 2016

Thinking Beyond Election Day

Hotel Tax Increase Will Remain Topic of Discussion Post November 8

With election day a little more than a week away, the consensus among local pundits is that neither stadium related ballot measures C or D will gain anywhere near the 66.7 percent required for passage.

Less certain is the possibility that one of the two initiatives might

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October 24th, 2016

Ye Scallywag! Rocks Waterfront Park

County’s Bayside Park Hosts Punk-Rock Bash

Saturday’s debut punk-rock festival Ye Scallywag! brought a mostly mosh-friendly lineup of musical groups, including Southern California favorites Goldfinger, Bad Religion and NOFX, to Waterfront Park. Also featured were punk bands Wakrat, Reel Big Fish and Against Me!

Waterfront Park’s growing popularity as a premiere special events venue, particularly for large

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October 23rd, 2016

Ye Scallywag! Rocks Waterfront Park

County’s Bayside Park Hosts Punk-Rock Bash

Saturday’s debut punk-rock festival Ye Scallywag! brought a mostly mosh-friendly lineup of musical groups, including Southern California favorites Goldfinger, Bad Religion and NOFX, to Waterfront Park. The day-long music fete, spotlighting mostly hard rock bands, reinforces Waterfront Park’s growing popularity among concert promoters as a premiere special events venue,

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October 16th, 2016

Chargers: ‘Tourists Pay — We Benefit’

Key Theme of Pro ‘C’ Campaign Centers on Who Pays

In the waning weeks of the campaign season, the central theme of Measure C (Chargers’ stadium initiative) proponents is the argument that San Diegans will benefit from passage of the measure as it is hotel-bound visitors to San Diego who will foot the bill for

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