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Tease photo for Comickaze Opens New Store In Liberty Station

Comickaze Opens New Store In Liberty Station

Dec. 15
By Beth Accomando

Brick-and-mortar bookstores face a lot of challenges starting with Amazon’s low-priced online offerings to the instant gratification of digital downloads and e-books. While megastores like Borders have closed, one San Diego comic book store is expanding.

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California Drought Lessons: Water Shortage Solutions From Israel

Dec. 9
By Midday Edition

In his new book, "Let There Be Water," author Seth M. Siegel outlines how Israel was able to solve its water crisis and how it can be a model for the rest of the world.

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Isabel Allende Discusses Aging, Memory And Refugees

Nov. 30
By Jean Guerrero

Isabel Allende was the guest at the annual Author's Luncheon hosted by Words Alive, a San Diego-based nonprofit that promotes literacy for low-income youths. She discussed her new book and more.

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San Diego Bookstore Encourages Shoppers To Put 'Indies First'

Nov. 27
By Andrew Bowen

Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday lies "Small Business Saturday," created by American Express to support local businesses. One San Diego bookstore is marking the day by bringing shoppers together with local authors.

Tease photo for 'Hugo' Writer’s New Book Traces Generations Of Theatrical Family

'Hugo' Writer’s New Book Traces Generations Of Theatrical Family

Nov. 24
By Angela Carone

La Jolla resident Brian Selznick, author of "The Invention of Hugo Cabret" and "Wonderstruck" has a new illustrated book for young people. It's called "The Marvels."

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Author Brings Real Stories Of English Housekeepers To San Diego

Nov. 19
By Midday Edition

How realistic is Mrs. Hughes in "Downton Abbey"? "The Housekeepers Tale: The Real Women Who Ran The English Country House" by Tessa Boase takes a look.

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Courage Under Water: Swimmer Shares Message Of Perseverance In New Book

Nov. 10
By Midday Edition
By Evening Edition

Diana Nyad accomplished something at 64 that she had set out and failed to do at 28: swim from Cuba to Florida. She is the only person to make the 100-plus mile swim without the aid of a shark cage.

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Author William Joyce Discusses 2015 KPBS One Book Kids Selection

Nov. 2
By Midday Edition

William Joyce is the author of the KPBS One Book Kids selection for 2015, "The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore." KPBS spoke to him about his book in November.

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'Mathemagician' Arthur Benjamin To Perform In La Jolla

Oct. 13
By Midday Edition

In his new book, "The Magic of Math: Solving for x and Figuring Out Why," Arthur Benjamin uses mental magic tricks to engage his readers in solving math problems.

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Writer Explores San Diego’s Best Scenic Drives

Sept. 2
By Midday Edition

As a kid growing up in San Diego, Jack Brandais remembers going on Sunday drives. He compiled some of his favorite scenic drives, from the coast to the back country, in a series of Kindle books called Joyride Guru.

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What It Takes For Non-Traditional College Students To Succeed In San Diego

Sept. 1
By Midday Edition
By Evening Edition

Roughly 50 percent of San Diego community college students are 25 or older. What does it take for those so-called "non-traditional students" to succeed in college?

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Story Of Murder In San Diego Inspires Book On Forgiveness

Aug. 27
By Midday Edition

Azim Khamisa's story of forgiveness after his son's murder inspired journalist Megan Feldman Bettencourt to write a book on the topic. It's called "Triumph of the Heart Forgiveness in an Unforgiving World."

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Female War Correspondents 'Race For Paris' To Cover World War II

Aug. 19
By Midday Edition

In her new novel, best-selling author Meg Waite Clayton tells the story of two American journalists who are on a mission to document the Liberation of Paris from Nazi Germany.

Tease photo for New Seuss Book Out Of The Bone Pile And Onto Bookshelves

New Seuss Book Out Of The Bone Pile And Onto Bookshelves

July 31
By Evening Edition

The manuscript for "What Pet Should I Get?" by Theodor Geisel was discovered in 2013 in a box of notes and sketches, which he referred to as the "bone pile."

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Latest Seuss Book Celebrated At UCSD Geisel Library Event

July 28
By City News Service

"What Pet Should I Get?" is based on materials found two years ago in a box at the La Jolla home of Audrey Geisel, the widow of the beloved Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel.