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Lead photo Missing Kensington Video? Winnie's Family Plans To Reopen Store

Missing Kensington Video? Winnie's Family Plans To Reopen Store

The beloved family-owned video rental store that shut down in March now plans to reopen in the fall.

Being Naked In UCSD Art Class Is Required But Not Remarkable

Having to get naked for a college class may seem unusual, but maybe not if you’re an art student. A UCSD professor has been at the center of a media storm because he requires students to do just that.

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Intrepid Theatre's 'Father Comes Home From The Wars' Combines Art And Community Outreach

Play set in Civil War has contemporary feel
Lead photo Intrepid Theatre's 'Father Comes Home From The Wars' Combines Art And Community Outreach

Intrepid Theatre Company is partnering with the San Diego Museum of Man to facilitate school field trips to the museum’s exhibit and a stage show titled, "Race: Are We So Different?"

'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' Is Bigger But Not Better Than Its Predecessor

Sequel is entertaining but has too much CGI and not enough character

"Kingsman: The Secret Service" was a surprise hit in 2014 and now a sequel, "Kingsman: The Golden Circle," arrives to see if it can repeat that success.


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Are Recall Elections Worth the Expense?

The city of Oceanside just went through a special election which cost the taxpayers half a million dollars. This is not chump change for a city facing a $10 million budget shortfall over the next two years and facing contract negotiations with the Oceanside Firefighters Association.


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MAD Magazine Cartoonist Looks Back On 47 Years Of Comic-Con

A MAD Magazine cartoonist compares the first Comic-Con in 1970 to today's crowded, pop culture extravaganza.

Under Siege: Women Gamers Shine Despite Online Bullies

Video games give fans a chance to outwit and defeat bad guys in any digital realm, but many women gamers find these worlds are not free of real life issues like bullying.

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