Stories for September 19, 2012
The stakes could not be higher as visionary director Robert Lepage, several of the world’s greatest operatic artists and the Metropolitan Opera tackle Wagner’s "Ring" cycle. An intimate look at the enormous theatrical and musical challenges of staging opera’s most monumental work, Susan Froemke’s documentary chronicles the quest to fulfill Wagner’s dream of a perfect "Ring."
The City Council's Rules Committee gave tentative approval today to a package of amendments to local campaign laws, under which limits on individual donor contributions to candidates in citywide elections in San Diego would be doubled to $1,000 per election.
Beginning in January, Californians who witness a drug overdose can call 911 without fear of being arrested for drug possession.
A 10-point plan for the City Council and San Diego's next mayor to get along on budget issues and whittling down the backlog of capital projects was given a unanimous go-ahead today by the panel's Rules Committee.
A wheelchair-bound attorney known for crippling small businesses in San Diego County by filing lawsuits over their access for disabled people is being disbarred for violating professional standards, it was reported Wednesday.