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17
Sep
2019

Daves World of Wonder 1800 Shipwrecked beer

first_img Categories: Dave’s World Of Wonder, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: August 28, 2018 Dave Scott August 28, 2018 Dave’s World of Wonder: 1800 Shipwrecked beer Dave Scott, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsOn this week’s World of Wonder, Dave Scott brings us a special story of this golden treasure once lost, now brought back to life last_img read more

17
Sep
2019

New San Diego City Council Members sworn in at inauguration ceremony

first_img Posted: December 10, 2018 December 10, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics FacebookTwitter SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The newly elected San Diego City Council members from districts 2, 4 and 8, as well as re-elected District 6 City Councilman Chris Cate, were sworn in Monday.Outgoing council members Lorie Zapf and David Alvarez gave parting remarks at the ceremony where incoming members Jennifer Campbell, Monica Montgomery and Vivian Moreno were officially welcomed to the 72nd City Council. Outgoing District 4 City Council President Myrtle Cole did not attend.Campbell, a physician and a Democrat who defeated Zapf, a Republican, in District 2 with nearly 58 percent of the vote, compared the job of a council member to her work as a family doctor.“Each profession is focused on preventing and solving problems,” she said. “In both, we listen to your problem, we learn the history of it, we make a diagnosis and provide a pathway to a cure. And that is how I will serve as District 2’s representative in City Hall.”Campbell flipping Zapf’s seat gives Democrats a 6-3 supermajority on the technically nonpartisan council for at least the next two years.“When we work together and we focus less on politics and focus more on the priorities of our communities, there is no challenge too great or obstacle too high that we cannot overcome,” Mayor Kevin Faulconer said.Montgomery, a civil rights attorney, ousted Cole in District 4 by painting the incumbent as a City Hall insider out of touch with her own district. Montgomery finished with 57.7 percent of the vote and received the biggest applause, by far, of the four council members taking the oath of office.“My prayer is that I never lose sight of the community that sent me to City Hall to do one job, and that is to advocate for you,” Montgomery said. “On November 6, 2018, District 4 said `no more’ … No more giving away of our community resources to special interests, no more back-door deals to decide our community’s fate, no more supporting leaders who abandon our community and no more leaving out children behind.”Despite being a Democrat, Cole was Faulconer’s closest left-of-center ally on the council over the last two years.Moreno replaced her boss, the termed-out David Alvarez, in District 8. While she is expected by some City Hall observers to tread largely the same path as Alvarez did in his time on the council, her election signifies the first time in city history that a majority of the council members are women.“This is an historic day for our city,” said Councilwoman Barbara Bry. “We have five women — five strong women from diverse backgrounds are going to constitute a majority of our San Diego City Council.”Moreno finished with 50.9 percent of the vote, 549 votes ahead of San Ysidro school board member Antonio Martinez.“People want to know that City Hall is working for them, not for outside interests or those with their own agenda,” Moreno said. “They want to know that their elected officials listen to them and do all they can to help. To the communities of District 8, I promise to bring City Hall to you.”Campbell, Montgomery and Moreno cast their first vote Monday afternoon to appoint District 2 Councilwoman Georgette Gomez as the next council president. While rumors had previously swirled that Bry, the council’s president pro tem, might challenge Gomez for the presidency, the council ultimately voted unanimously, 9-0, in favor of Gomez.“As a council member, I worked to include the voices that are oftentimes not heard,” Gomez said. “I will continue to do so as council president. … I look forward to leading the 72nd City Council and developing stronger relationships with my colleagues.” KUSI Newsroom Thank you to my colleagues on the Council for entrusting me with the responsibility to lead as the next Council President. We will work toward creating a government that is equitable, inclusive, transparent, & accountable. This is a great opportunity & honor. Let’s get to work. pic.twitter.com/QOqhiNHQOH— CM Georgette Gómez (@GGomezD9) December 10, 2018center_img Updated: 4:36 PM KUSI Newsroom, Congratulations to @GGomezD9 on becoming the next Council President. pic.twitter.com/Oe1t1yDUuV— Kevin Faulconer (@Kevin_Faulconer) December 11, 2018 New San Diego City Council Members sworn in at inauguration ceremonylast_img
31
Aug
2019

Painting forty years that brushed past IndoKorea

first_imgCommemorating the forty years long diplomatic ties between Korea and India, Spirit of Forms, an art exhibition is set out to feature acclaimed artists from both the countries. Curated by Minjoo lee and Kalicharan Gupta, the artistic melange will be on display, carrying paintings from twenty nine Korean and Indian artists from 4th May onwards.Entwining the essence of the art forms, the exhibition brings across the love and friendship between the people of the two nations. None of the artistic masterpieces is static; none a mere repitition of the already arrived at forms. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The message is clear; art is a journey, for art’s sake; artistics go on through the melee of crossroads and intersections without halting at stops. Its evident in the works of Jai Zharotia and Niren Sen Gupta, the participants in this event; while Jai delights us with apparitions of poetic strangeness every time he puts brush to canvas or paper, Niren revisits chapters of our own spiritual odyssey, giving peace an honoured place in his artistic ruminations. The cultural heritage of Korea coupled with ancient artistic traditions of India will be a treat to watch for the art lovers in the capital. DETAILTimings: 11 to 7pm, When: 4 May to 15 MayWhere: Dhoomimal Art Centre, Connaught Placelast_img read more