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Eight great San Diego New Year’s Eve parties

Ahh, New Year's Eve; the night junior-varsity party-goers have at it, and veteran nightlifers retreat to house parties. It isn't all bad, though. In fact, there's quite a few good parties out there this year.

San Diego Food Bank distribution, Jan. 5 at The Center

With a growing number of families being impacted by the economic crisis, The San Diego Food Bank has asked the San Diego LGBT Community Center to host a distribution site once a month

Inflation biggest threat to U.S. economy in 2010

The National Inflation Association (NIA), an organization that is dedicated to preparing Americans for hyperinflation, has stated that the biggest threat to the U.S. economy in 2010 is inflation.

Editorial: Campaign clarity needed in No on 1

A lawsuit involving a national group opposed to gay marriage has far-reaching implications for the state’s campaign reporting and financing laws, especially since the National Organization for Marriage said it plans to advocate for supporters of “traditional marriage” in next year’s election.

Courts play referee role in California budget cutting

During his first year in office, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger railed against state lawmakers, calling them "girlie men" and "obstructionists." As he enters his final year, Schwarzenegger is targeting a different branch of government: judges who "are going absolutely crazy."

Govs ready speeches as fiscal woes persist

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) is expected to deliver his last address to the state Legislature early in January amid California’s punishing $6 billion budget shortfall that has already forced deep spending cuts. Schwarzenegger is term-limited and not allowed to run again.

Christmas weather forecast: a gift

Oh, the hardships we must endure, those of us forced to reside in the unforgiving climes of San Diego County.