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A still from Stanley Kubricks 1971 movie “A Clockwork Orange.” Courtesy photo.

Horror movies for your Halloween night

Angelica Wallingford October 29, 2014

Horror films and thrillers are a Halloween staple. Unfortunately, most films released today are mediocre remakes or completely over-produced features with gore so ridiculous it’s laughable. When...

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A Haunted Hotel mascot walks along 5th Street in the Gaslamp scaring patrons as they wait in the line to enter the longest-running haunted house in San Diego. Photo credit: Kenan Jackson

Frightful venues in San Diego

Kenan Jackson October 28, 2014

San Diego is known for its weather and beaches, but around Halloween its scary attractions are its strongest suit. The Haunted Hotel located on Fourth and Market St. is an indoor haunted attraction...

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The Liv Green Smoothie contains cactus, pineapple and various fruits. The Chicken Salad Sandwich includes baby spinach, red onion, slices of avocado and provolone cheese. Photo credit: Franchesca Walker

Student Eats: Healthy options on the hill

Franchesca Walker October 28, 2014

Juice bars and smoothie spots have recently become popular in San Diego. One is located on University Avenue in a bright orange building in Hillcrest: Liv Juice Bar. Outside, a banner reads “Raw juices"...

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Ariana Siegel and Jedi Taylor perform an intimate dance at the bottom of the Business Technology buildings back stairwell. Photo credit: Torrey Spoerer

New rhythm runs through campus

Torrey Spoerer October 14, 2014

Hundreds of spectators and dance enthusiasts paid a visit to City College for their first stop on the San Diego Dance Theater’s 16th annual Trolley Dances tour’s first day on Saturday, Sept. 27. The...

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The Little Italy based Meyer Fine Art Gallery displays one of the largest collections of Salvador Dali’s works, known as the Argillet Collection. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Little Italy hosts Dali’s work

Christopher Valdez October 14, 2014

The Argillet Collection of Salvador Dali’s work is one of the most authentic and largest collections of his career. “This is the most authenticated collection of Dali etchings ever produced,”...

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Actors Ben McKenzie (left), Richard Kind (right) and Donal Louge in ‘Gotham.’ Courtesy Photo.

The hits and misses of the fall TV line-up

Paola Garcia and Angelica Wallingford October 14, 2014

The weather is a little colder, leaves have started to change color and TV networks like The CW, ABC, FOX AND CBS have released an onslaught of new shows this fall. It’s likely only a couple from each...

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Bahn Thai serves a wide variety of Thai cuisine including shredded papaya salad tossed in fish sauce, chili peppers, lime juice and tomatoes. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

Student Eats: Picnic at Bahn Thai is comfort food for the soul

Richard Lomibao October 13, 2014

An unassuming forest-green storefront tucked at the north end of Park Blvd. in University Heights, Bahn Thai is a family-owned restaurant celebrating its third anniversary. With a focus on authentic Thailand...

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Balboa Park hosts ‘Taste of Asia’ Sept. 27

Richard Lomibao September 26, 2014

Without having to travel to Asia, groups like the Asian Coalition Club and House of China invite others to catch a glimpse of Asian culture in Balboa Park this weekend."It's our gift to the public," said...

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Kafe Sobaka/Restoran Pomegranate offers a variety of sweet, savory, hot and cold goodies that are sure to please any craving. Photo credit: Lydia Grijalva

Student Eats: Russian food after rushing to class

Lydia Grijalva September 16, 2014

Kafe Sobaka/Restoran Pomegranate is a quirky restaurant that offers a to-die-for fusion of Georgian, Californian and Russian cuisine. This enchanting breakaway from every day campus grub is located in...

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VAMP Showcase this October

Aldo Ramírez September 16, 2014

For the second consecutive year, a VAMP (Video Audio Monologue Performance) showcase is being presented this October by San Diego City College this October. In association with So Say We All, a literary...

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City College’s dance department hit the stage for centennial festivities

Amber Henry September 8, 2014

San Diego City College's dance department showcased their best moves on campus this week as they participated in three events during festivities for Founders Week and the Community Open House.This was...

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