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City attorney speaks

Noe Rojas

September 24, 2007

Filed under NEWS

San Diego City Attorney Michael Aguirre lectures on "The Right to Participate in Government under the California Constitution" Sept. 17 in San Diego City College's Saville Theatre. Aguirre spoke as part of Constitution Week, sponsored by City's history and political science departments.

SDSU Aztecs women’s soccer ends shutout streak

Edward Lewis

September 24, 2007

Filed under SPORTS

Edward Lewis SDSU Daily Aztec SAN DIEGO (U-WIRE) - What can you do in seven hours and nine minutes? You could get a good night's sleep, earn a solid day's wage or even drive to the Bay Area. Apparently, you can also go four and a half soccer games without allowing a goal. Freshman goalkeeper Aubree Southwick finally allowed a goal -- her first in 429 minutes -- as the San...

Lady Knights kick into action

Nailah Edmondson

September 24, 2007

Filed under SPORTS

Nailah Edmondson City Times Sweltering 100 degrees in the third week of August outside performing drills might be the last place many students would like to be. Not for a group of dedicated enthusiastic young women, who participated in soccer tryouts before the San Diego City College school year began. The Pacific Coast Conference season kicked off Sept. 12th for the City...

Thanks for pedestrian safety coverage

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

September 24, 2007

Filed under OPINION

Dear Editor: Thanks to Shay Dewey for the great article she wrote entitled, "Better pedestrian safety is project's goal" in the September 11th edition of the City Times. While sad to announce the formal ending of the City College/East Village Pedestrian & Bicyclist Safety Project, due to the State Office of Traffic Safety grant to City College ending, much has been accomplished...

Living among the ashes

Alissa Wisniewski

September 24, 2007

Filed under OPINION

VIEWPOINT Alissa Wisniewski Smokers are people too. This thought was floating through my mind as I finished the three-minute trek to the smoking area where I work. Three minutes you say? Doesn't sound so bad. It's three minutes there and three minutes back, which takes six minutes off my ten-minute break, giving me four minutes to inhale a cigarette at lightning speed...

Death by propaganda

Emily Pfaff

September 24, 2007

Filed under OPINION

VIEWPOINT Emily Pfaff Waiting in line at my local grocery, I glanced at the magazine rack. Amongst the usual defecation de jour was an update on Britney Spears. "Britney's sad comeback," read one, "fat cow" read another; the headlines featured snap shots of Britney performing her newest single, "Gimme More" in black lingerie, revealing a healthy body, although perhaps not...

Artists gather at San Diego Art Walk

Shanika Whaley

September 24, 2007

Filed under Entertainment

ARTS REVIEW Shanika Whaley Walking through Seaport Village on a bright sunny day, gives you the feeling that something festive is about to commence. People young and old, line the walkways, fill the shops and make there way to the park to enjoy art, music and a variety of delectables. September 8 and 9 was the San Diego Art Walk on the Bay. Local artists from San Diego County,...

‘Prime’ time gives audience mixed messages

Lauren Ciallella

September 24, 2007

Filed under Entertainment

FOOD REVIEW Lauren Ciallella A light fog seems to have drifted off the water and into Island Prime's dining room, creeping low on wooden paneled walls and dimly lit tables stark of any linen. Countless bay windows and raised rafters blend a kaleidoscopic view of San Diego's aquatic fronts, forcing me to switch seats twice before choosing downtown lights over harbor reflections. Bobbing...

Jazz 88 Ocean Beach jazz festival turns three

Manny Lopez

September 24, 2007

Filed under Entertainment

Manny Lopez Contributor The Pacific Ocean and the Ocean Beach pier formed a picture perfect backdrop for the third annual Jazz 88 Ocean Beach Jazz Festival held Sunday Sept. 9, on the waterfront at the foot of Newport Avenue. The one-day event featured an enthusiastic crowd, gorgeous San Diego weather, excellent scenery, and of course great music. The festival keeps getting...

Trolley Dances take movement to the streets

Katie Dunn

September 24, 2007

Filed under NEWS

Katie Dunn City Times Jean Isaacs San Diego Dance Theater and the Metropolitan Transit System are presenting dance performances to the people of San Diego along Trolley lines across the city. There are six guided tours that begin at the new Smart Corner College Trolley stop on Park and Broadway, beginning at 11a.m. and continuing every 45 minutes on Sat. and Sun., Sept. 29...

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