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Judgment day

Posted: October 12th, 2018 | News, Top Stories | No Comments

This November, San Diego voters have the opportunity to decide the future of the 166-acre parcel of city-owned land in Mission Valley that was home to the San Diego Chargers for more than 50 years. Two competing initiatives authorizing the sale of the former Qualcomm Stadium site will appear on this year’s ballot, making this one of the most unique elections in San Diego history. The initiatives must first pass by garnering more than 50 percent of the votes.

Tifereth Israel Sisterhood celebrates 70

Posted: October 12th, 2018 | Features, Top Stories | No Comments

Seventy years ago, cell phones didn’t exist, Doo Wop was on the radio, and Vietnam and Iraq were far countries on a map. It was also the year the Tifereth Israel Sisterhood was founded within the Tifereth Israel Synagogue in San Carlos. The world may look a lot different now, but the Sisterhood still exists — and is still growing.

Midterm results analyzed at next Dems meeting

In light of the extremely controversial Brett Kavanaugh confirmation to the Supreme Court voted by the Republican Senate this month, will the #metoo movement, Indivisible groups, equality and environmental activists, women’s rights advocates, and core Democratic and progressive voters combine for an historic midterm “blue wave” election on Nov. 6?