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Preview of the Wii-U

Adam Baird October 22, 2012

Nintendo is to video games as Disney is to animation; both holding the most historically iconic names of their respective genres, and both being leaders of innovation within their industries. Nintendo...

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Alchemy provides a spacious seating area with unique atmosphere and food. Troy Orem, City Times

A decent dinner in a unique setting

Andrew Hahn October 9, 2012

Alchemy in South Park is a great restaurant to wine and dine yourself, impress a date and not go broke in the process. For $30 I ate three small courses of oysters, tacos, stuffed peppers and I enjoyed...

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The rich crisp brownies that you will soon be enjoying.  Jennifer Manalili, City Times

A tasty treat for the fall season

Jennifer Manalili October 9, 2012

Who doesn’t love brownies? These beauties are a little denser than cake and making them in a muffin pan means they can fit in your palm just like a good cookie. To top it all off, they are both incredibly...

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Mario Moran, a Newscene teammember, prepares the camera teleprompter for an upcoming broadcast in City’s television studio, Sept. 28.   Troy Orem, City Times

City’s ‘scene’ for news

Ally Browne October 9, 2012

When students walk into the Radio and Television computer lab in C-128 at 9 a.m. on a Friday morning two things are apparent right away.  First, it is boiling hot inside the computer lab and second, though...

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[email protected] Hosts Cooking Demo with Alchemy

Amanda Rhoades October 9, 2012

To celebrate Food Day, the farm-stand hosted by [email protected] in Curran Plaza will feature a cooking demonstration using Seeds produce by South Park’s Alchemy Cultural Fare restaurant on Oct. 25. The [email protected]

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Little Italy’s Festa

Michelle Moran October 9, 2012

The 18th Annual Little Italy Festa will be held in downtown San Diego on Oct. 14. This event will include arts and crafts, music, a beer and wine garden, a kids area, and food, just to name a few. There...

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Local authors featured at book fair panel

Mariel Mostacero October 9, 2012

The 7th annual International Book Fair began on Oct. 1 through Oct. 6 at City College. The fair was directed by Virginia Escalante and coincided with "Banned Books Week.” To honor the week the event...

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A turkey, bacon, avocado sandwiches from the Market Place.

Good eats parkside

Andrew Hahn September 25, 2012

The Market Place Deli in Bankers Hill on Fifth Ave. and Maple is a great place to grab a hot sandwich and have a picnic in Balboa Park without having to prepare anything yourself. The best part is its...

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Members of Citys Robotics team show their autonomous robot The Kraken to attendees of the 15th annual RoboSub competition. July 22.

City Robotics competes at the international level

Adam Burkhart September 17, 2012

The last Sat. before the beginning of the new semester saw the core members of San Diego City Robotics reconvene on campus. The team’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) sits inert atop a cart, while...

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Seeds@City student Jake Anzarouth poses in front of the Urban Farm.

City’s Seeds earning green

Amanda Rhoades September 17, 2012

While many academic programs are making cuts in adjustment to California’s looming financial crisis, [email protected] Urban Farm at San Diego City College has found room for growth thanks to faculty, student...

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El Borrego restraunt in City Hieghts.

Authentic barbecue cooked to perfection

Andrew Hahn September 11, 2012

“Barbacoa,” Spanish for barbecue, is a popular type of Mexican cuisine enjoyed throughout it’s native land.  It is only available at true artisan barbacoa restaurants dedicated to the traditional...

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Students of the cosmetology department practice different techniuqes they need to use to create different hairstyles and looks.

School’s in for the summer

Benny A. McFadden September 11, 2012

While most departments on campus offered few or no classes for the second summer in a row, City’s Cosmetology Department kept its full schedule through the eight week session. Cosmetology operates...

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