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San Diego’s Skies to Be Partly Cloudy for Solar Eclipse
On the day millions of Americans will be looking up to see the solar eclipse, San Diegans will wake up to partly cloudy skies. The National Weather Service said the early-morning clouds will give way to generally sunny skies in the afternoon. “It’s going to be a slow burn... Read more
Fleet Science Center Expects Crowds to View Solar Eclipse
Are you ready for the Great American Eclipse? The Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park will offer San Diegans an opportunity to learn more about the Great American Eclipse and a place to safely view it. “It’s been a long time coming for a lot of viewers,” said astronomer... Read more
7 Suspects Arrested in Carmel Valley Robbery
San Diego Police Department (SDPD) officers arrested seven suspects in connection with a robbery in Carmel Valley Sunday evening. A 17-year-old was robbed of his car keys and cell phone when two suspects approached the side doors of his car, one drawing a gun and demanding the victim give... Read more
Saints March in to Carson, Beat Chargers
The crowd sure seemed smaller. The point total definitely was. The Chargers lost exhibition game number two 13-7 to the New Orleans Saints in front of an announced 21,197 fans at the StubHub Center in Carson, although the stands definitely looked more barren than last week’s 21,054. What did... Read more
Hundreds Unite for Anti-Hate Rally in Hillcrest
Hundreds of people showed up in Hillcrest Sunday to support the “United Intersections of Justice Rally,” condemning white supremacists and neo-Nazis. The rally, which started at the Hillcrest Pride flag, brought together dozens of community and social groups. Several council members also showed up to support the message of... Read more
Nationals Overcome Three Errors To Beat Padres
In a span of four days, the Padres only victory over the Washington Nationals came against San Diego native Stephen Strasburg. The leaders of the National League East division triumphed Sunday 4-1 at Petco Park, taking the third of four games with the Friars despite making three errors. Those... Read more
Weekly San Diego Sports Preview
Here’s a look at what is going on in San Diego for the week of August 21st-27th. PADRES: The Friars are back on the road this week. They’re off Monday as they head to the Midwest to face the Cardinals in St. Louis Tuesday-Thursday. Friday-Sunday the Padres head to... Read more
San Diego Repertory Theatre Launches Latinx New Play Festival
The San Diego Repertory Theatre’s newly announced Latinx New Play Festival, which launches this fall for the first time, will be a new way for theatre to develop and showcase works by Latino writers.  The theater has been home to more than 50 mainstage productions of Latino plays since... Read more
Padres Give Prospect A Big Promotion
When the Padres kept 22-year-old Manuel Margot, 22-year-old Miguel Diaz, 21-year-old Allen Cordoba and 20-year-old Luis Torrens on the Opening Day roster they showed they are not afraid to challenge young players early in their careers. So the aggressiveness of this move is not terribly surprising. On Monday the... Read more
Skydiver in Jamul Has Hard Landing: Cal Fire
Cal Fire officials rushed to Jamul Sunday afternoon to respond to a skydiving accident.  A skydiver had a hard landing at Skydive San Diego, located at 13531 Otay Lakes Road, Cal Fire officials said.  The extent of the skydiver’s injuries are unclear.  No other information was available. Please refresh... Read more