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Meet Hispanic Heritage Month Local Hero Patricia Rincon

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She's on ballet stages and in tribal villages. And her hunger for great performance is boundless. She's Patricia Rincon, KPBS' new Local Hero. Read more

Meet Hispanic Heritage Month Local Hero Robert Rivas

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Robert Rivas aims to make the choice easy for young Latinos: college or prison. He's started a San Diego organization committed to a strong Latino future. Read more

Food Events

The 2016 Bates Nut Farm Pumpkin Patch

Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016 Bates Nut Farm

San Diego Restaurant Week

Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016 Various Locations in San Diego

Celebrate Restaurant Week At The Marine Room

Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016 The Marine Room

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San Diego Transgender Teen's Happy Outcome

San Diego Transgender Teen's Happy Outcome

April 22
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

The stories of teenagers feeling trapped inside bodies that are not theirs often have unhappy endings. But the case of San Diego's Sam Moehlig is different.

San Diego Ranks Top 6 Vegan-Friendly City In The US

San Diego Ranks Top 6 Vegan-Friendly City In The US

April 19
By City News Service

It's the first time San Diego has appeared in PETA's top 10 ranking. Portland, Oregon, topped the annual rankings, followed by Los Angeles, New York, Detroit and Nashville.

Political-Analyst-Turned-Cooking-Show-Host Shares Her Favorite Recipes

Political-Analyst-Turned-Cooking-Show-Host Shares Her Favorite Recipes

April 18
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Daniela Contreras

Born and raised in Mexico City, Pati Jinich left her career as a political analyst to pursue her passion as a chef.

Navy Secretary Visits Camp Pendleton To Sell Marines On Women In Co...

Navy Secretary Visits Camp Pendleton To Sell Marines On Women In Combat

April 12
By Susan Murphy, Associated Press

The secretary told more than 1,200 Marines and sailors that the decision is final. Marine Corps leaders had sought to keep certain infantry and combat jobs closed to women.

'A Growing Passion' Springs Into 4th Season On KPBS

'A Growing Passion' Springs Into 4th Season On KPBS

April 7
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

From water-wise gardening to beneficial insects and California's citrus industry, the new season of KPBS' television series "A Growing Passion" brings a lot of variety.

San Diego's Baby Southern White Rhino Could Mean Scientific Breakth...

San Diego's Baby Southern White Rhino Could Mean Scientific Breakthrough

April 6
By Katie Schoolov

A baby southern white rhino born Saturday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park may represent success for zoo researchers who have been working for eight years to solve the reproductive problems among the captive-born population.

Podcast Episode 69: Mexican Cinema, Old And New

Podcast Episode 69: Mexican Cinema, Old And New

April 1
By Beth Accomando

Cinema Junkie speaks with a veteran filmmaker and a newcomer whose works were featured in this month's San Diego Latino Film Festival.

New Film 'Remember' Is Unforgettable

New Film 'Remember' Is Unforgettable

April 1
By Beth Accomando

The film "Remember" closed the San Diego Jewish Film Festival in February. Now it returns for a limited run at The Lot in La Jolla starting April 1.

6 Cheetah Cubs Make Public Debut At San Diego Zoo Safari Park

6 Cheetah Cubs Make Public Debut At San Diego Zoo Safari Park

March 28
By Susan Murphy

The 4-month-old fur balls and their proud mom have moved into their new exhibit, where visitors to the park can watch them play and explore.

Dead Gray Whale Washes Ashore At Torrey Pines

Dead Gray Whale Washes Ashore At Torrey Pines

March 24
By City News Service

The discovery of the juvenile whale carcass near the Del Mar city limits was reported Thursday morning.