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REVIEW – Adams’ apples

Lauren Ciallella and Lauren Ciallella May 8, 2007

By Lauren Ciallella City Times Grilling Me Softly - Grill Bill (volume one) - Adams Ave Grill might not be able to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear, but they have managed to make one out of crab meat...

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Review: Cafe Bassam adds a shot of Old World to San Diego

Nicole Burdette March 20, 2007

By Nicole Burdette City Times On the corner of Fourth and Market and just a hop, skip and jump away from the main street of San Diego's Gaslamp District, CafÇ Bassam has served coffee connoisseurs since...

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EuroFoto enables students to focus abroad

Rebecca Saffran March 20, 2007

By Rebecca Saffran City Times A class unlike any other, City College's EuroFoto offers students the opportunity to learn new photo techniques, earn class units, and see some amazing places. Photo department...

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Without labels (major ones anyway)

Lauren Ciallella March 20, 2007

By Lauren Ciallella City Times Donning a scarlet burlesque, can-can dress (one of many costumes changes), an enthused Laura Jane (LJ) cruised the main stage while emceeing San Diego's third Indie Music...

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Review: Tango steps on your toes

Lauren Ciallella March 20, 2007

By Lauren Ciallella City Times News of this distinctive wine shop had the six of us traipsing to Little Italy for a Saturday evening at Tango. Sidestepping wine store convention, their quirky twist on...

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Experience through expertise

Lauren Ciallella December 12, 2006

By Lauren Ciallella City Times Kathi Diamant, known for her work on KPBS' "San Diego Treasures" and as the anchor/producer of KPBS on-air fundraising, spoke to Spike Sorrentino's Performance for Television...

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‘King of the ‘Hill’

Lauren Ciallella December 12, 2006

By Lauren Ciallella City Times Forget up and coming, Hillcrest has carved its niche and still continues to thrive. Serving as a blueprint for surrounding neighborhoods mentioned in the series (North Park,...

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‘Been Down (town) So Long, it Looks Like Up to Me’

Lauren Ciallella November 14, 2006

Editor's Note: This is the fourth installment in a series reviewing some of San Diego's eclectic neighborhood hot spots. Part Four - Downtown By LAUREN CIALLELLA City Times It's true that you wouldn't...

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City Works seeks aspiring authors

Maria DeLorenzo November 14, 2006

By MARIA DELORENZO City Times San Diego City College has the market cornered on independent publishing. City Works Press, run out of several tiny offices on campus, is run collectively, self supported...

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Association features touch of glass

David Olender November 14, 2006

By DAVID J. OLENDER City Times The Art Glass Association of Southern California (AGASC) held its 25th annual juried art glass exhibit Nov. 3-14 at studio 21 in Spanish Village at Balboa Park. All artists...

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CITY CALENDAR

Gillespie, Julie November 14, 2006

Compiled by Julie Gillespie Send items to City Times, 1313 Park Blvd., San Diego, CA 92101, e-mail [email protected], call (619) 388-3880, or fax (619) 388-3814 NOVEMBER Sports Event: W. Soccer 11/14/06...

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Golden Hill’s silver lining

Lauren Ciallella October 31, 2006

Editor's Note: This is the third installment in a series reviewing some of San Diego's eclectic neighborhood hot spots. Part Three - Golden Hill By LAUREN CIALLELLA City Times It's hard to say exactly...

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