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It has been considered a poor week for killing

sandiegoreader.com — ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. John Phoenix, San Diego Herald: "Very little news will be found in the San Diego Herald this week. The fact is there never is much news in it and it is well that it is so.

No one else on Earth

sandiegoreader.com — Darrell Hammond in The Darrell Hammond Project at La Jolla Playhouse. The night I saw his one-person show, Darrell Hammond had a cold. He'd squelch a cough and sniffle enough to warrant a night off. Bundle up, maybe a toddy or twain, and give the understudy a chance to shine.

2015 Guide to San Diego Art

When the wires show

sandiegoreader.com — Julie Sachs, Robert May in Tribute at Scripps Ranch Theatre For all of his 51 years, Scotty Templeton has been allergic to reality. He can't take anything seriously. Since he could never become an actual performer (because he'd have to take it seriously), he makes the world his straight man.

Ever-expanding mania

sandiegoreader.com — Sons of the Prophet at Cygnet Theatre Kahlil Gibran wrote one of the best-selling books of all time. Translated into over 40 languages, The Prophet (1923) records the poetic observations of the Lebanese mystic Almustafa on self-knowledge, good and evil, death, and others.

David McBean’s Bucket List

sandiegoreader.com — As Miss South in Cygnet Theater's production of Pageant I'm asking veteran local actors to name five dream roles and say why. The answers not only reveal aspirations, they may put an idea in the minds of artistic directors and producers - even choices that may seem out of the box.

Rise up, fall down

sandiegoreader.com — Absurd Person Singular at Scripps Ranch Theatre. Alan Ayckbourn's three-act "black farce" (his word for it) takes place on three consecutive Christmas Eves. Each ends up in the kitchen. Over that span of time characters flip-flop and somber shenanigans prevail.

Young Keno: The marshal gets his man

sandiegoreader.com — "Stand back! Clear the way!" San Diego police cleared a path for John Murray, handcuffed and manacled, through an angry crowd to the courtroom. Many were armed, all were mad - hungry mad - to string Murray up. As he shuffled along, he saw death in every eye and begged the guards to keep the mob at bay.

Three-ring circus

sandiegoreader.com — Eddie Yaroch in Enron at Moxie Theatre. Moxie Theatre, 6663 El Cajon Boulevard, Suite N, Rolando $20 - $27 Rich Kinder doesn't appear in Laura Prebble's satirical, three-ring circus based on the colossal collapse of Enron. From 1990 to 1996, he was President and Chief of Operations.

Young Keno: Manhunt

sandiegoreader.com — As he cradled his brother in his arms, Keno Wilson howled for help in the fog-shrouded darkness. John Murray had ridden up and shot Charley point blank in the chest. Charley wouldn't stop bleeding. Two lanterns bobbed in from the night: Lewis Rideout and Robert Porter.
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Mar 04, 2015

@IanCioffi The problem is widespread here in the Bronx...seems like every other block. Property owners are not around in many cases

Mar 04, 2015

@IanCioffi No, it's the responsibility of the property owners

Mar 04, 2015

Snowy sidewalks: Dangerous and illegal. Here in the Bronx, nothing is being done about it. Live… instagram.com/p/z0ZMRnEFug/

Mar 03, 2015

@LindaSurovich May take until 8 or 9pm to reach freezing there. Until then, it's snow and sleet

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