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San Diego Lab Works To Develop Coronavirus Vaccine, San Diego City Council 1 Race, This Weekend’s Top Events
A San Diego lab is rapidly working to develop a vaccine against the growing and deadly Coronavirus. Also, this year's San Diego City Council district one race only features Democratic candidates. Plus, Julia Dixon Evans makes her Midday Edition debut as KPBS Arts Editor and discusses this weekend's top events from Lunar New Year festivities to a birthday celebration for ... Read more →
Featured on KPBS Midday Edition
- Jan. 24
- By Tarryn Mento
The Sorrento Valley facility uses a computer optimization strategy that can fast-track vaccine design.
- Jan. 23
- By Andrew Bowen
The coastal district used to be partisan battleground. But in this year's election not one of eight people running is a Republican.
This weekend is the start of the Lunar New Year festivities, plus the birthday celebration continues for one of classical music's great composers, San Diego Dance Theater returns to the stage, and it's your last chance to see a unique photography exhibit.
- Jan. 23
- By City News Service
Gov. Gavin Newsom joined Senate President pro tem Toni Atkins, D-San Diego, and 100 volunteers downtown Thursday in a federally mandated effort to count the county's homeless population.
Nearly 40 coffee, tea and chocolate shops in San Diego County are participating in the seventh annual San Diego Caffeine Crawl, which kicks off Friday.
Author and founder of NPR's Planet Money podcast, Adam Davidson, joined Midday Edition to talk about his new book, "The Passion Economy."
"The Great Leap" runs through Feb. 16 at Cygnet Theatre in Old Town. The playwright, Lauren Yee, is a UC San Diego graduate and one of the two most-produced playwrights in the country right now.
The scandal that forced Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter to resign his congressional seat is the subject of a new San Diego Union-Tribune documentary series called: "The 50TH: A scandal. A dynasty. An election."
Alan Alda has a mission — to teach scientists how to be better listeners and communicators. He wants them to be able to empathize with their audiences, to communicate their work in understandable and compelling ways.
Kaur is a civil rights activist, lawyer, filmmaker and author. She grew up in California's Central Valley and now leads the Revolutionary Love Project, a movement that focuses on the idea that love could be a force for social change.
Terminal 1, the home to Southwest, Alaska and a few other carriers, is closer to a major makeover.