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Podcast Exclusive: THE THEATRE PODCAST WITH ALAN SEALES Presents James Harkness

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales presentsJames Harkness. From dancing in high school in Texas, to evening dance classes in San Diego while in the Navy, this Broadway veteran shares his unexpected journey to Broadway, and how the 'business kept finding him.' [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Texas, Navy, Theatre, Broadway, San Diego, BWW News Desk, James Harkness, Alan Seales


House prices up 4% in L.A. County, 5% in the Inland Empire, index shows

A new housing report shows Southern California home prices continued to rise in June, thanks to low mortgage rates and a constrained supply of homes for sale. Los Angeles County single-family home sellers experienced an average gain of 4% over prices in June 2019, a same-home sales comparison by CoreLogic showed Tuesday, Aug. 4. L.A. County house appreciation was slightly smaller than in the previous four months. Attached homes — like condos and townhomes — had an appreciation rate of 3.3% in Ju...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, California, Housing, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Las Vegas, Orange County, Walt Disney, Southern California, Los Angeles County, Carson, Inland Empire, CoreLogic, Frank Nothaft


Umbrella Academy Does Card Battles, and D&D Gets a Board Game in Gaming News

Welcome back to Gaming Shelf, io9's column all about board games and tabletop roleplaying games. Gen Con Online has come and gone, along with San Diego Comic-Con—but they weren’t the only sources of games announcements this time around. We’ve got a new card game about The Umbrella Academy, along with a tabletop…Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, San Diego, Streaming, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Board Games, RPG, Dungeons And Dragons, Tabletop Games, Dune, Umbrella Academy, Gaming Shelf, Gen Con Online


MORNING WRAP: Latest on Rams, Chargers opening training camp

The Morning Wrap shares the days top five stories from our reporters at the Southern California Newspaper Group … And have everything delivered to you in our daily newsletters TUESDAY, AUG. 4 ONE: The Rams missed the playoffs last season a year after reaching the Super Bowl, so which team will fans see in 2020? Did the Rams improve after parting with star rusher Todd Gurley?  Rams general manager Les Snead thinks they did, and explains his reasons. Les Snead said:  “What I said was 2019 was our ...
Tags: Angels, Uncategorized, Sports, NFL, Toronto, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Chargers, Todd Gurley, Anthony Davis, Mariners, Orlando, Lakers, The Lakers, Jeff


Dodgers come up short against Padres in series opener

Trent Grisham #2 of the San Diego Padres is congratulated by third-base coach Glenn Hoffman #26 after hitting a solo home run during the first inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Petco Park August 3, 2020 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Denis Poroy/Getty Images) Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Walker Buehler works against a San Diego Padres batter during the first inning of a baseball game Monday, Aug. 3, 2020, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull) Sound The gallery ...
Tags: Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Mlb, Will Smith, Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, Colorado Rockies, Southern California, DAVE ROBERTS, Dodgers, Padres, Ferg


Dodgers’ Mookie Betts day to day with finger injury

The finger Mookie Betts injured during an at-bat in Sunday’s game did not prevent him from hitting a home run in that at-bat. But it could keep him out of the lineup for a few days. Betts was not in the starting lineup Monday at San Diego due to the sore middle finger on his left hand and Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Betts’ status will be re-evaluated each day. “We’ll see how he responds to treatment,” Roberts said. The injury is considered “a soft-tissue injury” and X-rays taken after Sund...
Tags: Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Mlb, Wood, Summer Camp, Los Angeles Dodgers, Southern California, Alexander, DAVE ROBERTS, Corey, Roberts, Dodgers, Betts


Nine men who died in Marine training accident came from around the country and stages in life

Many of the eight men now presumed dead after their amphibious assault vehicle sunk in deep water off San Clemente Island were celebrating milestones in their personal lives as they trained for their military careers. An 18-year-old from Corona was marking his first anniversary as a Marine, a new dad had a first son back home in Texas and a Portland man would have turned 19 during the 40-hour search-and-rescue effort that was mounted to find the group. A ninth Marine was found dead at the time. ...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, News, Navy, California, Oregon, Virginia, Sport, Marine, Soccer, Military, Stockton, Portland, Marine Corps, Marines, San Diego


Missing Sailor Presumed Dead In Camp Pendleton Training Accident Was From Stockton

STOCKTON (CBS13) – A missing sailor now presumed dead following a 40-hour search after a marine training mishap near San Diego was from Stockton, a family friend confirmed to CBS13. The United States Marine Corps is saying that the search for the seven marines and the sailor was called off Sunday and they are presumed dead. Photo of Christopher Gnem posted on his Instagram account (credit: Instagram) The First Expeditionary Force for the Marine Corps suffered a mishap with an amphibious assaul...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Stockton, Marine Corps, San Diego, Southern California, United States Marine Corps, Lincoln High School, Camp Pendleton, San Clemente Island, Camp Pendelton, Stockton News, Christopher Gnem, Gnem


Apple fire in Riverside County at 15,000 acres, no containment

The Apple fire in Riverside County’s Cherry Valley grew to 15,000 acres overnight, spreading its charred footprint by more than 13,000 acres in less than 24 hours with its smoke plume spreading to Arizona. It remained at 0% containment Sunday morning, firefighters said. Despite the fire’s furious spread, one home and two outbuildings remain the only recorded structure damage, Cal Fire/Riverside County said. No injuries have been reported. The smoke plume from the #AppleFire (bright pink) extend...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, Wildfires, Arizona, San Diego, Breaking News, Shirley, Riverside County, Palm Springs, South Coast Air Quality Management District, Coachella Valley, City News Service, Box Canyon, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


Apple fire in Riverside, San Bernardino counties at 15,000 acres, 12% containment

The Apple fire that started in Riverside County’s Cherry Valley grew to 15,000 acres overnight, spreading its charred footprint by more than 13,000 acres in less than 24 hours with its smoke plume spreading to Arizona. It was at 12% containment Sunday morning, firefighters said. Despite the fire’s furious spread, which took it into San Bernardino County, one home and two outbuildings remain the only recorded structure damage, Cal Fire/Riverside County said. No injuries have been reported. The s...
Tags: Apple, News, Sport, Soccer, Wildfires, Arizona, San Diego, Breaking News, Cherry Valley, Shirley, Riverside County, Palm Springs, Onyx, South Coast Air Quality Management District, San Bernardino County, Coachella Valley


Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw dazzles in 2020 debut

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger (35) rounds the bases after hitting a two-run home run as Arizona Diamondbacks’ Nick Ahmed, left, looks down during the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Merrill Kelly throws a pitch against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Sound The gallery will resume in ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Mlb, Los Angeles Dodgers, Ross, Turner, Arizona Diamondbacks, Phoenix, DAVE ROBERTS, Roberts, Walker, Dodgers, Padres, Kershaw


If you want to help minorities and the poor, get government out of the way

More of the same can’t and won’t improve prospects for minorities and the poor in California. California is as Democratic as a state can be. Every policy discussion is dominated by those whose idea of helping the poor and minorities is to expand the role of government in society. Proposals can and do sail through the Legislature without even a single Republican or independent vote. California is the most extensively taxed state in the country, which, as a result of the political domination, has ...
Tags: Obama, California, Opinion, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, District Of Columbia, Berkeley, Black, Southern California, Trump, Democratic, Legislature


Dodgers forge on as coronavirus outbreaks threaten MLB season

A week into its schedule, MLB’s delayed and abbreviated season is now threatened even further. Six teams will be idle Friday – and some longer – after an outbreak of positive coronavirus tests among the Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies and St. Louis Cardinals forced the postponement or cancellation of 15 games and counting. The Dodgers have forged on, halfway through a nine-game road trip, and manager Dave Roberts has challenged his team: Be better. “I just had a conversation with Justin (Tu...
Tags: Cdc, Sports, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Mlb, Marlins, Houston, St Louis, Los-angeles-dodgers, St Louis Cardinals, Joe Kelly, DAVE ROBERTS, Roberts, Dodgers, Rob Manfred


On the Ground at the Portland Protests: A Secular Silent Night

The first sign that something was up came from my Lyft driver, Shawn. At O’Hare, I had seen little to confirm the stereotype beyond a guy doing yoga at the gate. On the flight, I saw mostly young families and middle-aged to older folks. And, even when we descended into Portland, I could see no billowing plumes of smoke, destroyed cop cars, or shattered storefronts, just the city’s picturesque setting in the Pacific Northwest, soaking up the sunlight on an ordinary Thursday.But Shawn, a black gen...
Tags: News, Oregon, America, Afghanistan, Portland, San Diego, Wisconsin, Rick Ross, Rob, Pacific Northwest, South Carolina, Southern California, City Hall, Jeff, Shawn, Clare


California unemployment: State legislators grill EDD officials about failures

California lawmakers grilled state labor officials on Thursday amid rising concerns about the government’s inability to pay unemployment claims that have soared amid widespread business shutdowns — and learned that decades-old technologies underpin the creaky payments system. During a state legislative hearing on Thursday, the Employment Development Department was portrayed as inept and unresponsive to the needs of jobless workers who have lost work in record numbers because state and local gove...
Tags: Business, Politics, Jobs, News, California, California News, San Francisco, Sport, Economy, Soccer, San Diego, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Kelly, Assembly, Hilliard


Pace of Home Sales Trending Well Ahead of Last Year

This Zillow Weekly Market Report includes housing market data as of the week ending July 25 Seattle, WA – July 31, 2020 (PRNewswire) Homes shifting from for-sale to pending, a leading indicator of completed sales, are 16.1% higher than last year, Zillow’s Weekly Market Reporti shows. New listings are not keeping pace with buyer demand, causing homes to typically sell after only two weeks on the market — a record pace in Zillow data that dates back to the start of 2019. Newly pendi...
Tags: Real Estate, News, Washington, Indianapolis, Austin, Radio, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Zillow, Baltimore, Orlando, Birmingham Al, Seattle Wa, Boston MA, Nashville TN, Atlanta Ga


Caltrans has ideas other than spike strips to stop wrong-way drivers

Q. Honk: I suggest that spike strips be installed on freeway off-ramps so wrong-way drivers can’t enter them. This would be an inexpensive and effective solution to a very dangerous and deadly problem. I don’t buy the excuse that they would prevent emergency vehicles from using the off-ramps; they should not be going against traffic anyway. – Les Slifkin, Arcadia A. Wrong-way driving is rare – but when it does occur, it is often deadly. Over five years ending in 2018, Caltrans says 144 deaths an...
Tags: News, California, Sacramento, Sport, Soccer, DMV, Davis, San Diego, Driving, CalTrans, Arcadia, Judy, Department of Motor Vehicles, Honk, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


San Diego gym that defied a shutdown order linked to a coronavirus outbreak

A San Diego gym that was shut down after operating in defiance of a county health order to close last week is now linked to an outbreak of coronavirus.
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San Diego gym that defied a shut down order linked to a coronavirus outbreak

A San Diego gym that was shut down after operating in defiance of a county health order to close last week is now linked to an outbreak of coronavirus.
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Pham, Padres Use Big Six-Run 10th For 12-7 Win Over Giants

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Tommy Pham hit a go-ahead single in the 10th inning after Trent Grisham began at second base under baseball’s new extra-innings rule, and the San Diego Padres beat the San Francisco Giants 12-7 on Thursday night. Pinch-hitter Greg Garcia added a key two-run single against Tyler Rogers (1-2) in the big six-run 10th. “It’s definitely differernt. Right now we feel good about it because of course we won,” Pham said. “Before the season started I wasn’t a fan of it just because I’...
Tags: Sports, San Francisco, Ap, Davis, San Diego, Rangers, Mlb, San Francisco Giants, San Jose, Baseball, Giants, Denver, Texas Rangers, San Diego Padres, Rockies, Padres


Local governments can crack down on pension spiking, California Supreme Court rules

In a widely anticipated ruling, the California Supreme Court said Thursday, July 30, that local governments can, indeed, crack down on “pension spiking” by public workers without running afoul of the law — but appeared to slam the door closed on broader, systemic reforms. The Deputy Sheriffs Association of Alameda County had argued that statewide pension reforms adopted in 2013 — forbidding such spiking — could not be applied to existing workers because local agreements blessing end-of-career pe...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, California, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Pensions, California Supreme Court, Carl DeMaio, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories Sun, Top Stories Breeze


CS Soapbox: Was [email protected] a Bust?

CS Soapbox: Was [email protected] a Bust? Was this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, reinvented as [email protected] due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a bust? [email protected] attempted to make up for the lack of an in-person experience with an Online Exhibit Hall and virtual panels. However, the pitfalls of this (along with the absence of some of the biggest titles/names in entertainment) may have proven too arduous for the annual event to overcome. Although we’re all spending a lot of time online, Comic-Co...
Tags: Amazon, Comics, TV, Movies, Youtube, Superman, Disney, George Carlin, Article, San Diego, TV News, Lucasfilm, Keanu Reeves, Marvel Studios, Snyder, Donald Glover


How America’s First Drive-In Classical Concert Since Lockdown Turned Out

San Diego’s Mainly Mozart got together an eight-member chamber group headed by L.A. Phil concertmaster Martin Chalifour to play octets by Mozart and Mendelssohn in the parking lot of a SoCal horse-racing track. – Newsweek
Tags: Art, Music, America, San Diego, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Martin Chalifour, 07.28.20, L A Phil


Does porn cause erectile dysfunction...or not?

According to UW Health, around 5 percent of men that are 40 years old have complete erectile dysfunction. That number increases to about 15 percent by age 70.While there are many things that can cause or contribute to ED (such as high blood pressure, smoking, the use of drugs or alcohol, depression, and anxiety), there has been wide debate over the impacts of pornography use. Several studies outlined in this article look at the supposed link between ED and pornography use.Erectile dysfunction (c...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Biology, Sex, Relationships, Love, Mental Health, Disability, Innovation, San Diego, Men, Ed, Debate, Ansa, Naval Medical Center, UW Health


Some California Schools Want Waivers To Reopen Despite Virus

(AP) — Fairmont Schools has been preparing for weeks to welcome back students to its five campuses in Southern California’s Orange County and never stopped even though Gov. Gavin Newsom has said classroom instruction won’t be possible in most places. The private school with about 2,000 students is hoping to obtain a waiver allowing for classroom instruction but like others interested in providing in-person education they still are waiting on the state to provide details on the requirements. With...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Ap, Public Health, San Diego, Orange County, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Los Angeles County, Ferrer, California Teachers Association, Reynolds, Stanislaus County, Fairmont, Newsom, Barbara Ferrer


Giants Rally On Yastrzemski’s 2nd HR, Walk Off With 7-6 Win

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Mike Yastrzemski homered twice, the second a towering solo shot into McCovey Cove in the ninth inning, lifting the San Francisco Giants past the San Diego Padres 7-6 on Wednesday night. Donovan Solano had a three-run home run in the eighth and Alex Dickerson also went deep as the Giants rallied to beat the Padres, who entered the the game tied for the best record in baseball. Brandon Crawford added three hits for San Francisco. Manny Machado and Trent Grisham homered for San...
Tags: Sports, San Francisco, Ap, San Diego, Mlb, San Francisco Giants, Baseball, Giants, San Diego Padres, Padres, Johnny Cueto, Manny Machado, Tromp, Solano, Grisham, Cueto


Qualcomm signs patent licensing deal with Huawei

The global licensing agreement grants Huawei back rights to some of the San Diego-based tech company’s patents.
Tags: Finance, Article, San Diego, Huawei, Qualcomm, FBN, Fbn/markets, FOXBusiness, Fox-business/markets/earnings, Fox-business/organization/huawei, James Leggate, Fox-business/tech, Fox-business/topic/5g, C58830bd-1e6f-5a15-b6cc-af6ca49144f5


California Lawmakers Advance 3 Bills Spurred By Coronavirus

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California lawmakers on Wednesday advanced several bills spurred by the coronavirus, including one designed to aid food sector employees and another to stockpile personal protective equipment so the state isn’t caught short again. The Assembly Labor and Employment Committee approved the two Senate bills as state lawmakers race toward an Aug. 31 adjournment deadline in a session shortened by the pandemic. Democratic Sen. Anthony Portantino of La Cañada Flintridge said hi...
Tags: Politics, News, California, Senate, California News, Ap, San Diego, Gavin Newsom, Sacramento Calif, Senate Education Committee, Newsom, California Hospital Association, Lorena Gonzalez, Assembly Appropriations Committee, Facilities, Portantino


Ducks News & Rumors: Milano Extension, San Diego Gulls Update & More

It’s been relatively slow in Anaheim since the Ducks extended Troy Terry more than two weeks ago. Luckily, things have picked up with a new contract, an award for the Ducks’ AHL affiliate, the San Diego Gulls, and an update on some important renovations to the Honda Center. Sonny Milano Signs an Extension As Elliot Friedman reported Tuesday, the Ducks signed restricted free agent forward Sonny Milano to an extension. ANA signing Sonny Milano to a two-year, $1.7M AAV extension— Elli...
Tags: Column, Europe, Sport, San Diego, AHL, Hockey, Ducks, Anaheim Ducks, Miller, Edmonton Oilers, Anaheim, Boston University, Columbus Blue Jackets, Athletic, Irwin, Milano


When a Quarantine Comic-Con Keeps Fans at a Distance

Comic-Con International in San Diego recreated panels and viewing events for its online-only incarnation but left out ways for fans to interact. Our critic asks, what does that spell for the future of fandoms?
Tags: News, San Diego, Comic Con International, Quarantines, Comic-Con (Conventions, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV