San Diego International Fringe Festival closed its fifth year Sunday night with an awards ceremony at the Spreckels Theatre. Read more/news/2017/jul/03/2017-san-diego-fringe-awards/
Joely Proudfit is a Luiseño professor who wants American Indians to control how they're represented in media. She heads the largest Native peoples film festival in the state. Read more/news/2016/nov/01/american-indian-heritage-month-joely-proudfit/
This weekend brings a celebration of Latin food, music — even an iconic Argentinian leader — plus a salute to "Fiddler on the Roof."
- Aug. 18
- By Katie Schoolov
Changing ocean temperatures have brought more leopard sharks to La Jolla Shores this summer than the previous two years, and the public can join Birch Aquarium for guided shark snorkels through September.
- Aug. 16
- By City News Service
SeaWorld is in mourning Wednesday for the matriarch of the park's orca family.
- Aug. 8
- By Associated Press
Compared with other marine mammals, 40-year-old Kina has lived a particularly winding and high-profile life.
- Aug. 7
- By Erik Anderson
San Diego Zoo researchers are working to save a critically endangered rhino species that is teetering close to extinction. Scientists are using southern white rhinos as surrogates in a last-ditch effort to save northern whites.
- Aug. 4
- By Beth Accomando
Kathryn Bigelow’s new film “Detroit” looks to the tragic events at the Algiers Motel during the 1967 riots in the Motor City. For five days in 1967, Detroit was rocked by violent unrest that would leave 43 dead, hundreds injured, thousands arrested, and neighborhoods burned to the ground.
The volunteer group Eat San Diego launched the city's largest free food park in City Heights on Saturday, planting a peach tree, strawberries, kale and other fruits and vegetables. Once the food is ready this fall and winter, it will be available for anyone to pick and eat.
- July 31
- By Megan Burks
Fifteen students from the Pacific Ridge School traveled to Greece in May to get to the truth of the migrant crisis there.
- July 25
- By City News Service
Researchers at the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research announced Tuesday that they've made their first attempt to artificially inseminate a southern white rhinoceros, in an attempt to save the critically endangered northern white rhino.
- July 24
- By Jean Guerrero
Tijuana's Taxis Amarillos, or Yellow Taxis, have been banned from sidewalks where they have long gathered after a violent clash with Uber riders, including a Chula Vista resident.
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