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Pretty Reckless front woman Taylor Momsen performing at the House of Blues in Downtown San Diego on Oct. 9 as part of the

The Pretty Reckless raise Hell with new album

Issa Lozano October 17, 2013

After a long, almost 18 year career in the film and television industry as an actress, singer, song-writer and guitarist Taylor Momsen is finally doing her own thing as the lead front woman of rock band...

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Enactus unveils support for budding entrepreneurs

Christopher Handloser October 17, 2013

Enactus at San Diego City College is rolling out a program entitled The Hatchery, which will offer business coaching for student entrepreneurs. The application process will begin Oct. 21 and qualified...

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Right to left: Billy Mintz, Putter Smith, John Gross, and Roberta Piket. The Billy Mintz Band performed live on radio air at the Saville Theater on Oct. 9. Torrey Spoerer, City Times.

Billy Mintz Band hits the Jazz 88.3 stage

Torrey Spoerer October 17, 2013

City College's locally based public radio station KSDS Jazz 88.3 FM recently hosted a live radio broadcasted concert for the Billy Mintz Band. The band performed their own original songs of various jazz...

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Find a good breakfast in the East Village

Find a good breakfast in the East Village

Michelle Moran October 17, 2013

The Mission in East Village is an urban breakfast and lunch spot that draws people of all types. The first reaction most people may have is "Am I at a restaurant or at someone's house?" This location is...

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The Bookman’s donations are disappearing

William Morse October 17, 2013

Once a week for the last 15 years, a charitable foundation entitled “The Bookman” drops off 1,000 to 3,000 free books for the students of City College. Recently, they have been coming up missing. Facilities...

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“Guys and Dolls” gets ready to debut

Leeann Rose October 17, 2013

Love, lust and luck will soon be brought to the Saville Theatre. City College’s rendition of this '50s Broadway sensation will begin with a performance on Friday, Oct. 25 at 8 p.m. and continue...

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Phi Theta Kappa held its annual induction ceremony on Oct 4. in the Saville Theatre. Over 60 students were present and inducted into the honors society. Official Facebook image.

Honors Society welcomes new members

Ahmad Blue October 15, 2013

City College Honors Society Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) hosted their 13th annual induction ceremony Oct. 4 in the Saville Theater. Over 60 inductees, male and female, were present for the event. The night...

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Robbery reported near ‘E’ Building

Jennifer Manalili October 10, 2013

On the early afternoon of Oct. 10, a male City College student was walking eastbound on 1300 Russ Blvd. near the E Building when he was struck in the face and his phone was subsequently taken from him...

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Photo courtesy of Rockstar Games.

“GTA V” brings new life to open world games

Ahmad Blue October 7, 2013

The newly released “Grand Theft Auto V" continues the over-the-top nature of the series and sets a new standard for what future open world games should try to emulate. The story centers around three...

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Professor Farrell Foreman speaking at an event during the 8th Annual San Diego City College Book Fair on Oct. 2. Jessica Ramirez, City Times.

Award winning professor and playwright conveys message of ‘promising future’

Ahmad Blue October 6, 2013

Pay attention to the little things in life and if you put them together, it’s a good bet that they will add up to a promising future ---- that is the message Farrell Foreman conveyed and told an...

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Barbecue black bean tortilla pizzas. Jennifer Manalili, City Times.

A Southwest take on pizza

Jennifer Manalili October 4, 2013

Who doesn't love pizza? Take-out is great and so is making your own dough at home, but let's face it, sometimes you need a more immediate pizza fix. These tortilla pizzas are surprisingly hearty and very...

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New Found Glory performing onstage at Solid Sound Studios. Photo courtesy of Last.FM.

Punk’s not dead, it just went pop

Angelica Wallingford October 4, 2013

Pop punk is a genre that is guaranteed to ruffle some feathers. Some consider it a poser genre that gives “real” punk music a bad name and others see it as the essence and attitude of classic punk...

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