City Times

New players growing match by match

Shannon Kuhfuss

February 25, 2008

Filed under SPORTS

Shannon Kuhfuss City Times San Diego City College's Men's Tennis team began their season this year with a batch of new faces and a couple returners. With a rocky start in January, Head Coach Brandon Lupian remains optimistic. Lupian's philosophy is to never give up, play hard - and have fun. "I think the biggest thing the team is struggling with is our mental game, especially...

Softball prevails

Nailah Edmondson

February 25, 2008

Filed under SPORTS

Nailah Edmondson City Times Like a scene straight from a movie turned into reality, when the City College women's softball team came into the last inning full force to pull off an unbelievable win and leave Southwestern with dismay after appearing to obtain the "W". Last Wednesday, the Lady Knights ranked 3rd place hosted the jaguars in 1st for a regular season game. The...

Vox Populi

Heidi Stenquist

February 25, 2008

Filed under OPINION

Rainy day Valentine

February 25, 2008

Filed under NEWS

Louis XIV gives ’70s glam new life with second release on Atlantic

David McAtee

February 25, 2008

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

David McAtee City Times Fans of pre-disco era glam rock will love the indulgent falsetto of Louis XIV's latest release "Slick Dogs and Ponies" on Atlantic Records. The band hit it big with the release of "The Best Little Secrets Are Kept" in 2004. The quartet's sound has dropped into darker minor note territory, with tragic party tunes and singalongs about stalking, betrayal,...

FOOD REVIEW – Urban Solace brings wellness to your wallet

Lauren Ciallella

February 25, 2008

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Lauren Ciallella Contributor Possibly one of the best phrases in the English language, "pile of cheese biscuits with orange honey butter" had me so excited that I called my mom, sensing she would be proud of a daughter who had stumbled upon Urban Solace (3823 30th St), a fresh "feedery" nourishing the soul (and wallet) through upscale comfort cuisine. A further venture in...

Masks come to life at Saville

David McAtee

February 25, 2008

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

David McAtee City Times On Wednesday, February 27, at the Saville Theater, Bill LeVasseur will be sharing his passion for masks and his travels throughout Mexico with "The Other Face of Mexico-Masks" event. Ten masks from San Miguel de Allende will be danced in performances by special guest performer Silfredo Lao with the San Diego City College Dance Program. Sponsored...

Mortenson serves ‘Three Cups of Tea’ to audience

Sonjiala Hotchkiss

February 25, 2008

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Sonjiala Hotchkiss City Times Greg Mortenson ventured to the Himalaya Mountains with his whole heart dedicated to a task. This task was inspired by a woman who was born less lucky than many of us. "Three Cups of Tea," the book that chronicles Mortenson's steps toward completing this task begins with a chapter titled, "Failure." During his talk at the Saville Theatre at City...

Jazz legend Jon Mayer kicks off tour and packs Saville Theatre

Evonne Ermey

February 25, 2008

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Evonne Ermey City Times The Saville Theatre opened to a full house Feb. 12 as jazz fans stood chocked up against the sidewalk and ticket window for a chance to listen to the Jon Mayer Trio. The ensemble, which consists of veteran jazz pianist Jon Mayer, bassist John Belzaguy and drummer Roy McCurdy satiated the audience with a 90 minute set that included everything from...

ADVENTURES OF THE FRU-GAL – Clip the coupons while living on a college budget

Heidi Stenquist

February 25, 2008

Filed under FEATURES

Heidi Stenquist City Times As you make your way to your classes, finding parking and getting to all your classes on time, let's take a moment to think about the many ways to afford the costs of student life while here at the concrete jungle. Many of you have jobs like me; perhaps you're getting a little financial aide to help or took a student loan. Making your way toward...

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