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Stories for September 13, 2006

Local woman becomes Catholic priest

Sept. 13
KPBS Public Broadcasting

Amita Sharma talks with a San Diegan woman who defied the Vatican by becoming a priest.

Artist challenges Minutemen

Sept. 13
By Paul Alexander Juutilainen and KPBS Public Broadcasting

The Minutemen citizen patrols have stirred up controversy around the issue of illegal immigration. But a local artist is challenging the Minutemen to take a closer look at their message. Producer Paul Alexander Juutilainen has more.

Black Dahlia, Hollywoodland, The Last Kiss, and more...

Sept. 13
KPBS Public Broadcasting
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Film critics discuss some of the new films in local theatres. Films include "Black Dahlia," "Hollywoodland," "Factotum," and "The Last Kiss."

U.S.-Mexico relationship deteriorating since 9/11

Sept. 13
By Amy Isackson and KPBS Public Broadcasting

In the fall of 2001, almost a year into Mexican President Vicente Fox's administration, it looked like the United States had a new best friend on its southern border. But as KPBS Border Reporter Amy Isackson explains, the terror attacks of 9/11 triggered dramatic changes that have taken a toll on the U.S.-Mexico relationship.

Film Club of the Air: Black Dahlia, Hollywoodland, and more

Sept. 13
KPBS Public Broadcasting
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Film critics discuss some of the new films in local theatres. Films include "Black Dahlia," "Hollywoodland," "Factotum," and "The Last Kiss."

Rapper Tupac Shakur's legacy lives on

Sept. 13
KPBS Public Broadcasting
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The legacy of iconic rapper Tupac Shakur continues to inspire fans ten years after his death.

Contested Hillcrest development plan approved in City Council vote

Sept. 13
KPBS Public Broadcasting

The City Council voted in favor of a controversial plan to build a 12-story mixed-use residential development in the heart of Hillcrest.