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Tipoff Night growing in stature at Torrey Pines Holiday Classic

December 31, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] The last two years, the calendar has lined up perfectly for Tipoff Night, which takes place on the eve of the annual Torrey Pines Holiday Classic. Tipoff Night features some of the best prep basketball teams in San Diego and has been a tremendous success, drawing sellout crowds at Torrey Pines High. This year’s […]

Waitress Says Friend Ran Off With Her Share of $300K Lotto Winnings

December 30, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] A waitress in Arkansas claimed that half of a $300,000 winning lottery ticket her friend and co-worker scratched off belongs to her, but the friend has disappeared after claiming the prize, NBC affiliate KARK reported. The waitresses at Sportsmans Drive-In in Stuttgart all received lottery tickets from their boss the Friday before Christmas. “He […]

WSU's Mike Leach elusive after another Holiday Bowl dud

December 29, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Mike Leach’s starting quarterback might have been injured. His All-American lineman may or may not return to Washington State’s program for his senior year. Predictably, the Cougars’ 56-year-old coach did not care to shed any light on pressing questions after his “Air Raid” offense was grounded yet again in a Holiday Bowl dud, a […]

Gulls see an end to five-game winning streak

December 28, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] The Gulls entered Wednesday night’s game against the Tucson Roadrunners riding a season-best five-game winning streak while looking like one of the best teams in the AHL. However, that team was missing in action for most of the night and the result was a disjointed 4-1 loss in front of 8,317 at Valley View […]

Warriors winning minus Curry; can they lose once he's back?

December 27, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Stephen Curry is sitting, the Warriors aren’t really scoring, and yet Golden State is still winning. What happens when Curry and the offense come back? The defending champions went into the season as favorites to repeat, though Boston and Houston looked like title threats while running off lengthy winning streaks and LeBron James has […]

More touring shows to come to San Diego

December 26, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] The San Diego Civic Theatre features “Cinderella,” Dec. 1-3, with many more shows planned throughout 2018. Courtesy photo Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal Valley News Correspondent For the past 40 years, Broadway San Diego has featured quality productions, and now as a part of an international company, San Diego will reap the rewards by having some of […]

Two faiths come together for the holidays

December 25, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] On a quiet cul-de-sac in Carlsbad, there is a small Jewish synagogue with a Christmas tree inside. And on Sunday night, this synagogue was hosting several candlelit Christmas Eve services. Four months ago, the Jewish Collaborative of San Diego invited its neighbor, Christ Presbyterian Church, to hold all of its worship services inside its […]

Wedding: Merritt/Garza

December 24, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Megan Elisa Merritt and Jason Michael Garza were united in marriage at 6 p.m. Aug. 26, 2017, in the Crane Cottage Garden at Jekyll Island Club Hotel in Jekyll Island, Ga. The bride is the daughter of Marie and Larry Merritt of Gainesville. The groom is the son of Sheila and Randy Garza of […]

Hostiles

December 23, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] This is the second best western I’ve seen this year. The best — The Ballad of Lefty Brown — I was lucky enough to catch at the San Diego International Film Festival (when it was released a few weeks ago, it didn’t have a San Diego showing, so only the lucky attendants of the […]

TV Take: Broadcast crew spotted Gonzaga’s weaknesses, San Diego State exploited them

December 22, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] With about 13 minutes left in Gonzaga’s game Thursday night at San Diego State, CBS Sports Network analyst Steve Lappas described the contest perfectly. “It’s not often Gonzaga has to win an ugly game,” the former Villanova coach said. “Tonight, if they are going to win, they are going to win an ugly game.” […]

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