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How The Drought Is Affecting Spring Gardening In San Diego County

March 16
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It feels like a summer heat wave and it's not even spring. Garden expert Nan Sterman will offer tips on how to maintain a spring garden during the unseasonal weather.

Roundtable Looks At DA's Conspiracy Charges, Bumpy Ride for Airbnb, Abortion Fight In El Centro

March 13
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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Aaron Harvey could spend the rest of his life in prison based on his presumed association with gangs. Want to rent a room to a vacationer? It's harder than it seems. And El Centro Regional Medical Center has contracted for abortion services with Planned Parenthood spurring protests.

New Book Offers Advice On How To Refire Your Retirement

March 11
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San Diego-based author Ken Blanchard and aging expert Morton Shaevitz teamed up to offer retirees a new approach to retirement.

Initiative To Open San Diego To Global Investment Unveiled

March 12
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San Diego has the 17th largest economy in the country but ranks 61st when it comes to export intensity and 49th in the percentage of jobs at foreign-owned firms.

David Bennett Named General Director Of San Diego Opera

March 11
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By Angela Carone
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The Gotham Chamber Opera leader has been named the new general director of the San Diego Opera.

Longtime Editor Leaves San Diego CityBeat

March 11
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David Rolland, who helped start San Diego CityBeat more than 10 years ago, is leaving the publication to work for Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins.

Report: Chance Of Mega-Quake Hitting California Increases

March 11
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The chance of a magnitude-8 quake striking the state in the next three decades jumped to 7 percent from 4.7 percent.

San Diego Author Tells Stories Of The Women In The Shadows Of Men

March 10
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The stories of women behind famous men are told in a new book by a National City teacher.

Lessons From The Fukushima Disaster For California

March 10
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It's been four years since the devastating Fukushima nuclear meltdown. Like Japan, California's coast has many earthquake faults and seaside nuclear reactor sites. How vulnerable is California's coastline to a similar disaster?

North County's Economy Hit Hard By Recession But Recovering

March 10
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That's one of the conclusions of a report released Tuesday as part of the second North County Economic Summit being held in Carlsbad.