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New Art Exhibition Featuring Latin American Art And Artists Opens I...

New Art Exhibition Featuring Latin American Art And Artists Opens In Museums And Galleries Across Southern California

Sept. 13
By Brooke Ruth, Michael Lipkin

Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA kicked off this month with shows in more than 70 museums and artists from 45 countries. There will be pieces from the pre-Columbian Americas, but most of the works will feature modern artists, including some of the very Chicano artists who were kept out of Los Angeles' most prestigious museums just a few decades ago.

Trump Says He's 'Fairly Close' To Deal On Young Immigrants

Trump Says He's 'Fairly Close' To Deal On Young Immigrants

Sept. 14
By Associated Press

President Donald Trump on Thursday said he was "fairly close" to a deal with congressional leaders to preserve protections for young immigrants living illegally in America but he's insisting on "massive border security" as part of any agreement.

GamerGate Target Zoë Quinn Pushes Back Against Online Trolls

GamerGate Target Zoë Quinn Pushes Back Against Online Trolls

Sept. 14
By Michael Lipkin

Video game designer Zoe Quinn was the target of an online harassment campaign in 2014. She received rape and death threats, people hacked her accounts, stalked her in person and threatened her family.

Why Barbers Could Have A Role In Preventing Domestic Abuse

Why Barbers Could Have A Role In Preventing Domestic Abuse

Sept. 14
Sammy Caiola / Capital Public Radio

At Salon Cuvee in East Sacramento, Brenna Meko treats everyone like an old friend. As she runs her manicured fingers through a client’s hair, she strikes up conversation about a new movie, or a favorite book.

Here's What's In Bernie Sanders' 'Medicare For All' Bill

Here's What's In Bernie Sanders' 'Medicare For All' Bill

Sept. 14
Danielle Kurtzleben / NPR

Don't understand what the independent Vermont senator's single-payer plan is? Here are the bullet points. (For starters, his new program would not look a whole lot like Medicare.)

Is California Doing Enough To Protect Patients From Bad Doctors?

Is California Doing Enough To Protect Patients From Bad Doctors?

Sept. 13
By Kenny Goldberg

Should patients be notified if their doctor is on probation for a serious offense? That is the idea behind a bill that appears to be headed for defeat in the California legislature.

Documentary Highlights Life And Career Of World-Champion Boxer Paul...

Documentary Highlights Life And Career Of World-Champion Boxer Paul Vaden

Sept. 13
By Marissa Cabrera, Michael Lipkin

In 1999 San Diego-native Paul Vaden knocked out his opponent Stephan Johnson. Two weeks later, Johnson died. The film, "Vaden Versus," tells the story of how that event forever changed Vaden.

Union-Tribune Columnist Who Delved Into Homelessness Retires

Union-Tribune Columnist Who Delved Into Homelessness Retires

Sept. 13
By Michael Lipkin

In the midst of the county's hepatitis A outbreak, columnist Dan McSwain did not hesitate to take city of San Diego leaders to task. The city, he wrote, faces "full-blown crises of public safety and public health, the twin imperatives of any functioning government."

San Diego Mayor Announces Plan To Open Three Industrial Tents For H...

San Diego Mayor Announces Plan To Open Three Industrial Tents For Homeless

Sept. 13
By City News Service

In the latest effort to house the growing number of homeless in the San Diego region, city officials Wednesday said three new temporary shelters will open, the first one or two by the end of this year.

City, Community Groups Spar Over Best Way To Find New Police Chief

City, Community Groups Spar Over Best Way To Find New Police Chief

Sept. 13
By Tarryn Mento

The city of San Diego has proposed one method, while a coalition of community groups suggests another.