Archive for October, 2004

Encinitas Says NO to Boobs

Tuesday, October 12, 2004 5:00

Fantasy Showgirls - A Reality in Encinitas

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Election 2004

Sunday, October 10, 2004 23:47

SignonSanDiego.com has an informative Election 2004 section of the site with a break down of city, country, schools, state, and federal elections and ballot propositions. Some of the best: Q & A with Ron Roberts Q & A with Dick Murphy Mayor's race hopeful Frye outlines her plan for ...

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Live Grenade Found in Talmadge

Saturday, October 9, 2004 14:00

Via San Diego Headline News: SAN DIEGO, CA - (10-8-04) A citizen found a live grenade Friday in the Talmadge area. It was in front of the La Cresta Motel near El Cajon Boulevard and Winona Avenue. Officials have not indicated where it may have come from or who ...

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Tom Waits – Native San Diegan

Friday, October 8, 2004 9:34

This past Sunday the Union Tribune ran an interesting interview with native San Diegan Tom Waits. Or I should say excerpt of an interview since the full transcript is only available online at SignOnSanDiego.com. The full transcript is revealing. I never even knew ...

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A Rare Breed

Thursday, October 7, 2004 10:10

That would be conservatives on campus. California Review is a conservative journal from UCSD. I just received a copy of the current print edition (September 2004), which is not online yet. A sample of past articles are State-Sanctioned Bigotry Rears Its Head, Top 10 Liberal Christmas ...

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San Diego Artist: Celene

Thursday, October 7, 2004 7:43

Several months ago Leah and I went to an event put on by S/he collective - an activist/art collective here in San Diego. But that's not what I want to talk about today. There was an artist there showing some paintings, and selling works on ...

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San Diego Blogger Reza Torkzadeh

Wednesday, October 6, 2004 10:21

Recently added San Diego Blogger Reza Torkzadeh seems to have an interesting history: Thank you Joe. I appreciate it. Last August, I was chosen as a top 10 finalist in an mtv essay contest aimed at giving young people the opportunity to get involved in the political ...

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San Diego Central Freecycle

Wednesday, October 6, 2004 10:08

In June we wrote about San Diego Freecycle, well, there's a new Freecycle group: Central San Diego Freecycle. Freecycle is a simple concept - sort of "leave a penny/take a penny" - but for objects. Have an old exercise bike you want to get rid of? Post it ...

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The T Sector: RIP

Tuesday, October 5, 2004 18:51

Looks like The T Sector, at one time "Everything Tech San Diego -- Magazine, Web, Events"has bit the dust. You can try and view previous versions of thetsector.com on the web archiving site web.archive.org. Anyone have the inside scoop of the dying of this paper magazine? Can ...

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Still No Rain

Tuesday, October 5, 2004 12:22

The Union-Tribune's Robert Krier has a relatively new weblog called Weather Watch, which as you could guess, focuses on the weather. Yesterday he wrote: We've now gone 169 days without measurable precipitation in San Diego. That moves the streak into second place in San Diego history, surpassing the 165-day ...

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Starbucks in San Diego

Tuesday, October 5, 2004 6:28

One of the more unique web pages devoted to San Diego, StarbucksEverywhere.net has a page with pictures of nearly every single (only five are missing) Starbucks in the county.

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Bus Rapid Transit in San Diego

Monday, October 4, 2004 11:18

As route66 has already posted, we all want traffic congestion relief in San Diego. In fact, it is perhaps one of the few things that all San Diegans can agree on. But despite our common goal, it seems that there are two camps ...

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WORD|san diego: Educator Appreciation Day

Monday, October 4, 2004 6:00

I've been a fan of writersmonthly.us for some time, and not just because my girlfriend was a columnist for them. There's a new magazine for writers coming to town. Get a chance to see the Preview issue next weekend! WORD|san diego: The Monthly News Magazine Celebrating ...

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Link Removal?

Sunday, October 3, 2004 12:42

We just got a note from the editor of a local media outlet thus: I would like you to IMMEDIATELY DELETE my link/listing from your website. I do not want to have a link for [REDACTED] or [REDACTED] listed/displayed on your blogging site at: http://sandiegoblog.com Please inform me ...

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San Dieg’s Civic Website Second Best in Country

Friday, October 1, 2004 10:29

According to this press release, San Diego's civic website is the second best in the country. Denver and San Diego are the best cites for electronic government in the United States, according to the fourth annual urban e-government study by researchers at Brown University. The study evaluated urban e-government performance ...

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Donna Frye Confirms Mayoral Run

Friday, October 1, 2004 9:48

San Diego City Council Member Donna Frye confirmed yesterday that she would enter the Mayor's race as a write-in candidate. A website, Donna Frye for Mayor is now up. Dick Murphy also has an election website as does Ron Roberts. For more information about Frye's decsion, check out:...

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Khaleel Mohammed Lecture

Friday, October 1, 2004 8:00

Khaleel Mohammed lectures in the department of Religious Studies at SDSU. He is a noted scholar of Islam and the Koran, and a controvesial speaker. Professor Mohammed will speak on "The Image of Jews in Islam and Its Impact on Current Affairs" on Monday, October 4 at 7:00pm ...

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tribe.net: local

Friday, October 1, 2004 0:00

Hey! this is not political: tribe.net local: San Diego -- looks like it's trying to play in the same sphere as sandiego.craigslist.org. via waxy.org

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