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State Parks in Debt

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By Ana Gimber Staff Writer Most of the state-owned parks in San Diego County operated at a loss in the 2014 fiscal year and according to a new financial report, seven of those parks were more than a million dollars in debt. The California State Park System has been under fire in recent years for […]

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Make Yourself: The Story of Incubus

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By Shane Lynch Media Editor The year was 1991; Brandon Boyd, a senior at Calabasas High in California, got together with two of his musician classmates to start writing songs in his garage. Their early work was heavily influenced by such bands as Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, and The Red Hot Chili Peppers; all of […]

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KAABOO San Diego

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By Sophia Dorfsman Staff Writer As we all know, music festivals are becoming more and more popular. New ones are popping up in a wide range of different locations. The newest up-and-coming festival for San Diego is called KAABOO. They don’t, however, like to be labeled as a festival. According to the festival’s website, kaaboodelmar. […]

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Film Indoctrinated

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By Mary Dentz Staff Writer On Wednesday the 4th of March, C.S.E.C. (Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children), a local San Diego group, gave a presentation at Lincoln High School’s auditorium. The presentation included a documentary called Indoctrinated that was produced and shot here in San Diego. The film was an hour long and was followed […]

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Magazine Culture

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By Sophia Dorfsman Staff Writer In recent times, there has been an uprising of magazines. Not the type that are filled with advertisements and made of thin paper that rips too easily if you turn a page too hard, but magazines that revolve around the beauty of simple living, stories of cool people doing cool […]

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Spotify Streaming

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By Yenitzia Lopez Staff Writer Music: millions listen to it each and every day. Millions also stream their music on Spotify each and every day, but very few realize what is going on in the music industry when we do so. According to Spotify, each time someone streams a song the song’s rights holder, usually […]

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Dr. Seuss Lives Again

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By Creekstar Allan Staff Writer Although Dr. Seuss died in 1991 at 87 years old, new books based on lost writings keep being published posthumously, reminding us all of the beloved poet that he was. One place where his writing has been found is here in La Jolla. According to USA Today, when Seuss’ wife, […]

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Tear Stains Be Gone

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By Sophia Ketring Staff Writer A new mural appeared in La Jolla earlier last month on the alley-facing side of 7661 Girard Avenue. According to the article published in the La Jolla Light, the mural is part of the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library’s “Murals of La Jolla” project. The mural is titled “Tear Stains […]

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