Stories for September 10, 2009
A serial killer seems to be targeting a religious group, "The Garden, " which claims to give guidance to lost souls. As he learns more about the group and their true purpose, Lewis begins to question his trust of Hathaway after discovering that his young sergeant has dangerous personal connections to the organization.
Join super chef Eric Ripert as he takes us inside his world of big flavors. First, we get an inside look at, and introduction to, the legendary saucier at Le Bernardin, as he goes about developing the subtle flavors necessary for the myriad sauces used in the restaurant every day. Eric then travels to the beautiful Villa Bordoni in the Chianti region of Tuscany. But this is no luxury visit for our chef, as we join him on a wild boar hunt during a torrential thunder storm. All ends up deliciously safe and sated in the Villa's kitchen, then dining room, as we savor the delights of pappardelle with cinghiale ragu.
San Diego Unified School Superintendent Terry Grier formally accepted Houston's top public school job today
People living in the backcountry won’t have to worry about San Diego Gas and Electric turning off power on high fire risk days. State regulators said SDG&E cannot pull the plug on the power.
The 19th Annual San Diego Music Awards take place tonight at Viejas Concerts in the Park. There will be live performances from bands like Get Back Loretta and The Silent Comedy, as well as a performance from the 2009 Lifetime Award Winners, The Zeroes. And, of course, awards will be given out for Album of the Year, Best New Artist, Song of the Year and more.
The 2005 Tony Award winner for Best Musical comes to San Diego! "Spamalot" is a musical parody of the Monty Python classic film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail." KPBS film critic Beth Accomando is a Monty Python fan and we sent her to see "Spamalot" and report back. She also shares her interview with one of the actors in the San Diego production.
San Diego's Muslim community continues to deal with stigma and misconceptions as a result of 9/11. We speak with a local imam and others within the Muslim community about what it means to be a Muslim in San Diego and how their community is affected by the long wars in the Middle East.
The expected decision today by regulators on whether to approve SDG&E's shut-off plan for the backcountry during high fire danger deals with the future. But both sides are in talks on the role SDG&E's power lines played in fires of the past.