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Scripps pair partners on critically-acclaimed climate change work, ‘Breakpoint’

Following a tumultuous period of “superstorm” hurricanes on the East Coast and the Gulf of Mexico, substantial drought and wildfires in the southwest, and the ongoing issue of sea-level rise, one m..…
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Pacific Beach woman runs to find a cure

Distraught by the death of a beloved relation who died of a rare form of cancer, Caitlin Kummeth felt compelled to do something more about it. The 25-year-old Pacific Beach resident is joining the ...
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ArtSpot: Music Society ends season’s piano series with a nod to history

Juho Pohjonen Finnish pianist Juho Pohjonen isn’t afraid of you in the least; he’s even less trepid about his technique, which has been called fierce and fearless even as it spans a colossally wide..…
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La Jolla High School baseball hall-of-famer, Ed Olsen, reflects on career

“I had 16 roommates who made it to the major leagues,” says Ed Olsen, a member of the La Jolla High Baseball Hall of Fame. “‘Have Ed Olsen as a roommate, and you’ll make it to the major leagues.’” ..…
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La Jolla dining: Restaurant openings, new menus and culinary events

Dominic’s Table to open at old Roppongi: Chef sets ‘journey through life’ Owner/chef Dominic Tedesco promises a “journey through life with food” at Dominic’s Table, set to launch this month at 875 ..…
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Covo coffeehouse and event space gearing up for La Jolla grand opening

The lease for the 10,000-square-foot restaurant and venue at 1205 Prospect St. was signed by Mike Viscuso last year. Formerly Amaya, owned by Doug Manchester, Viscuso has a new vision for this gem ...
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San Diego Circus Center Jubilee set for May 25-27

The San Diego Circus Center, at 2050 Hancock St., will hold its inaugural Jubilee, highlighting a display of circus acts from talented and amazing performers May 25-27. There will be acts on Chines...
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Students and volunteers will create ‘Wave of Change’ in Mission Beach

On Thursday, May 24 from 8 a.m. to noon at South Mission Beach, I Love A Clean San Diego will lead more than 700 students from local Title I elementary schools in a beach cleanup and aerial art for...
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Annual count finds fewer homeless people in region

The number of homeless people in San Diego County dropped by 6 percent from the previous year, according to the 2018 Point-in-Time Count. Conducted every year by the Regional Task Force on the Home...
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Don’t miss Monday deadline to register to vote

If you want to vote in the June 5 gubernatorial primary election, you should register by Monday, May 21. If you miss the deadline, you may still conditionally register and vote provisionally throug...
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Parents of musician killed by falling tree in Pacific Beach reach settlement with City

City of San Diego attorneys have reportedly reached a $700,000 settlement with the parents of a local musician and dance instructor killed when a tree fell on her car during a storm in Pacific Beac...
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Red tide brings bioluminescence to San Diego beaches: Dinoflagellate-driven displays spotted from La Jolla to Encinitas

A red tide just offshore San Diego is bringing a spectacular display of bioluminescence to beaches at night.   Bioluminescence expert Michael Latz, a scientist at Scripps Institution of Oceanograph..…
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