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Photos for March 3, 2014

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The city of San Diego is planning a new policy that would delete all city emails older than a year.

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Link obeys commands entered by hundreds of players on Twitch Plays Zelda.

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Del Mar City Hall, looking towards the Pacific. The Mayor hopes to replace it with a new city hall within the next three years. March 2014

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Best supporting actress nominee June Squibb, so great in "Nebraska."

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Jared Leto arriving.

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National parks, like Sequoia Kings Canyon National Parks pictured here, had nearly 8 million fewer visitors last years due to the the government shutdown.

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San Diego's newest streetcar was shipped from Pennsylvania and dates back to 1946.

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Del Mar City Hall, March 2014

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This chart shows the Northern Sierra's wettest and driest years of precipitation.

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Johnny Knoxville in his 80-year-old make up that should have won an Oscar.

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David Perlmutter, M.D.

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Downtown San Diego

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Kevin Faulconer was sworn in as San Diego's mayor on Monday, March 3, 2014, at the Jacobs Center For Neighborhood Innovation.

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Steve McQueen signing in as a winner. Wonder where that poster goes.

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Oscars in waiting.

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Backstage reunion: Jared Leto and Matthew McConaughey, both winners for "Dallas Buyers Club."

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Brad Pitt may not have an acting Oscar but he now has one for producing "12 Years a Slave." Director Steve McQueen was shut out for helming the film but took home gold for producing it.

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Backstage with Brad and Angie.

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Backstage with Best Adapted Screenplay winner John Ridley.

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Backstage fun with Cate Blanchett mimicking the photo of Best Supporting Actress winner Celeste Holm.

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"12 Years a Slave" director Steve McQueen getting his Oscar engraved for Best Picture.

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The Oscar engraving station at the Governor's Ball.

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Jared Leto getting his Oscar propperly engraved.

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The engraving for the Best Actor Oscar.

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Academy oversight: Joseph Gordon-Levitt deserved some recognition for "Don Jon."

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Just a couple Oscar winners sitting around... Spike Jonze and Alfonso Cuaron.

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Family seemed a theme at this year's Oscars as nominees brought moms, dads, kids, and sibling. Here winner Lupita Nyong'o with her father Peter Anyang'Nyong'o.

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The kiss: jared Leto showing his love for Oscar.

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Oscar elegance: Lupita Nyong'o.

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Oscar winners Lupita Nyong'o, Cate Blanchett, Jared Leto, and Matthew McConaughey play with their Oscars in the press room.

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More of the obnoxious best song winners, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.

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Lupita Nyong'o showing Oscar some love.

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A well deserved win for Paolo Sorrentino, Best Foreign Film for Italy's "The Great Beauty."

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Kim Novak and Matthew McConaughey gave out the award for animation but poor Novak seemed incapable of any facial animation whatsoever. Why do these actresses feel the need to so much plastic surgery? They look better or at least more natural without it.

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Pharrell Williams got Amy Adams (and even Meryl Streep) to shimmy for him during his best song number.

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My least favorite part of any Oscar show, the ridiculous musical numbers for best song. Time for a bathroom break.

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Ellen DeGeneres was likable enough as a presenter but her material was awful and she could never get the pace to feel anything but lethargic. I miss Johnny Carson.

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John Ridley accepts his Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay (for "12 Years a Slave") from Penelope Cruz and Robert DeNiro.

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Presenter Daniel Day-Lewis and winner Cate Blanchett.

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Capturing the moment... Matthew McConaughey hears his name called.

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Some genuine joy from a desrving winner, Lupita Nyong'o, Best Supporting Actress for "12 Years a Slave."

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Meryl Streep helps herself to pizza.

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Too many self-congratulatory, badly cut montages slowed the already slow ceremony down... and for no reason besides self-promotion.

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Not even the pizza guy bringing some pie to the celebrities could make the night better.

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Harrison Ford seemed so bored that when he used the words "euphoric" and "exhilarating" it felt like an oxymoron.

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Presenter Goldie Hawn, another female celebrity who no longer looked like herself. And in her case, didn't even sound like herself.

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Bette Midler at the tribute to all the folks who passed away. This year was better than most and they at least remembered Harold Ramis.

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The room, as they say, at the Oscar ceremony.

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Bono and Brad Pitt... when they are not busy saving the world.

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Presenter Daniel Day-Lewis. One of the few presenters not to flub their lines. Maybe that's because he's a classically trained actor who can perform any job he's given?

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Sometimes the most genuine moments of joy happen backstage, Matthew McConaughey looking very happy moments after winning his Best Actor Oscar for "Dallas Buyers Club."

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And that's what the Best Picture envelope looks like.

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Backstage moment: Cate Blanchett with water after her win, with Daniel Day-Lewis.

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Yeah, that's what it looks like to win an Oscar, Alfonso Cuaron, one of the night's big winners.

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Happy winner Jared Leto.

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Mace Windu and Jesus... okay just Samuel L. Jackson and Jared Leto backstage at teh Oscars.

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Bill Murray, Faysal Ahmed, and Oscar nominated actor Barkhad Adbi during the live ABC Telecast of The 86th Oscars.

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The most annoying winners of the evening --Original Song winners for “Let It Go” from “Frozen”, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez -- hopefully being taken away... for good.

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Backstage Penelope Cruz and Robert DeNiro didn't looked thrilled. Neither were many of the viewers slogging through the 3 hour plus telecast.

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Nominee Leonardo DiCaprio with winner Lupita Nyong'o.

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Best supporting winners Lupita Nyong'o and Jared Leto enjoying their moment in the glow of Oscar gold.

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Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey and Oscar nominee Bono.

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The envelopes please...

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Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actor Jared Leto moments after winning for "Dallas Buyers Club."

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Julie Delpy (another beige on beige) was nominated for her screenplay for "Before Midnight," which was one too many films in the continuing saga of of her and Ethan Hawke's on screen couple.

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Liza Minnelli was the object of an uncomfortable female impersonator joke from Oscar host Ellen DeGeneres. She was also one of number of celebrity women displaying some scary plastic surgery.

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Sally Hawkins and Cate Blanchett (both nominees for "Blue Jasmine") demonstrate the beige on beige look of the Oscars... that also captured the blandness of the whole Oscar extravaganza.

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No complaints about how Emma Watson has grown up. A classy young lady and an increasingly impressive actress.

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Christian Bale was low key at the Oscars.

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Anna Kendricks rocking the red carpet.

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Oscar-nominated actor Bruce Dern arrives with daughter Laura Dern and Michael B. Jordan.

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Lady Gaga doing her Oscar impersonation.

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Hollywood royalty: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. That's a lot of combined box office power on the red carper.

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Bill Murray looked an awful lot like his Scrooge character. He had the night's best moment when he remembered the late Harold Ramis.

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Kerry Washington was a presenter. Good thing she wasn't a nominee. The excitement might have prompted early labor.

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Meryl Streep always looks good and here she displays the night's favorite colors for gowns: beige and black.

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Sher-locked! Benedict Cumberbatch arrives at the Oscars.

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Adorable. Joseph Gordon-Levitt arrives at the Oscars.

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Hollywood couples: Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell.

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Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth arrive for the live ABC Telecast of The 86th Oscars at the Dolby Theatre. There were a couple of VERY pregnant women at the awards.

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Host Ellen DeGeneres as the Good Witch. But not even the Good Witch could make the show move faster.

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Benedict Cumberbatch was not nominated for anything but he did present and he did draw attention. After all he is Sherlock!

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Pamplona City Hall, Spain.

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Pilgrim’s Mass at Santiago de Compostela Cathedral.

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Kevin Faulconer began his mayoral term on Mar. 3, 2014.

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Fireworks at Eiffel Tower, Bastille Day.

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Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain.

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Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Caleb L. Erickson with his family.

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Brit Floyd live at at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado.

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Master Sgt. David L. Poirier with his wife.

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With the ability to control phone calls, texts, and audio, Apple's new CarPlay system will ensure drivers' "eyes and hands stay where they belong," the company says. CarPlay will be included in several car models this year.

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The teenage years are the last golden opportunity to build a healthy brain, researchers say. So smoking pot might not be so smart.

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On the road again: This plow was at work on Sunday in Lawrence, Kan. The storm that hit there has spread east.

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