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7 years served and a Masters Degree attained, Buju Banton is a free man

Mark Myrie, also known as "The General" but most famously known as Buju Banton is free! Jamaican dancehall singer was convicted in 2011 of illegal possession of a firearm and conspiracy to possess cocaine with intent to distribute. Banton was convicted in a federal courtroom in Florida in 2011 and...
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Programs to Help Military Families During the Holidays

While for many the holiday season remains a joyful time to spend with family and friends, it can also be stressful. Purchasing gifts, entertaining, even arranging travel can sometimes ruin holiday cheer. This holds true for many military families as well. If you're interested in helping a family in...
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Grammy nominations are out!

It has been another amazing year for music, and the time has comes to hand out some trophies to our favorite artists. The 61st annual GRAMMY Awards announced the nominees Friday morning, and there are more of them than ever before. This year four of the top categories are expanding to include more...
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Hirie

18+ $22 advanced / $25 day of show San Diego’s seven-piece band HIRIE is ready to offer a global spiritual uplift. Their musicianship showcases that point of mature virtuosity where laying back implies instrumental prowess. The award-winning group offers a soundtrack of hope.
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Fortunate Youth

$21 This event is open to all ages. All guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or responsible adult over the age of 25 with written authorization.
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Bunny Wailer Suffers Mild Stroke

Neville O’Riley Livingston O.M., O.J. C.D also known as Bunny Wailer is currently undergoing physiotherapy following a mild stroke. It Occured October 7th and was luckily caught very early so little damage has occured, but because the stroke was centered on his right side it has affected his speech...
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Mid Term results: which measures won??

Just like that the Mid-Terms have come and gone, and just like that there are some changes that will affect us here in San Diego, from gas taxes to "what to do with the Q, check out the list of measures that passed, failed or are too close to call Approved Prop. 4: Bond for Children's Hospital...
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Brilliant Girl Scout Sells Cookies ... at Cannabis Store!

This kid is going places. When Canada legalized recreational pot earlier this week, one Girl Scout Brownie (a Girl Guide in Canada) knew just where to set up shop. No, she wasn't part of the usual sales force at the local supermarket. She headed to a cannabis dispensary in Edmonton and sold out her...
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In-N-Out Burger Gets Its Own Day In San Diego

Happy In-N-Out Burger Day! The city of San Diego is honoring the popular chain today, October 16th, 2018, ahead of the company's 70th anniversary. But the reasoning actually isn't In-N-Out's popularity or upcoming birthday--but for its charity. The In-N-Out Burger Foundation was established in 1984...
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SD Bans Styrofoam Products

On Monday San Diego City Council voted 5-3 to ban styrofoam products in the city, the meaure still needs to be formally applied and is expected to be in effect Jan 1st. The measure matches moves made recently by Imperial Beach, Solana Beach among other nearby cities. The ban applys to, among other...
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