Lemon Grove | Neighbor News | May 2019 San Diego Early Music Society Scores Again SDEMS brings a new golden age of rare musical artistry to Cuyamaca College, featuring International stars Helen Ofield , Patch Mayor Thank Share Lemon Grove | Neighbor News | Apr 2019 "Sister Act" A Great 'Pope Gig' SDMT's latest show is a loving, hilarious send-up with a multicultural cast Helen Ofield , Patch Mayor Thank Share Lemon Grove | Neighbor News | Mar 2019 "After Life" at The Old Globe Gets Lost in the Snow New Globe production searches for life after death. Helen Ofield , Patch Mayor Thank Share Lemon Grove | News | Mar 2019 Paul McCartney Is Coming: Don't Let it Be! Get Your Tickets The Freshen Up tour is … [Read more...] about Lemon Grove Arts & Entertainment News
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For years—nearly a decade, it turns out—I have been a Bachelor Nation ride or die. The Bachelor and The Bachelorette have, I say with only slight exaggeration, been somewhat of a lifeblood for a reality-TV superfan like me. But I have had an awakening. Experienced an enlightenment. When it comes to dating series, I am anew. I have discovered a new reality TV obsession, one that stands in stark contrast to The Bachelor and its spinoffs, which I now see are the equivalent to Cher Horowitz in the genre: virgins who can’t drive . It is a major revelation, and I owe it all to this series I’ve been so gleefully bingeing: You mean this whole time everyone could have been having sex? Back in June, a group of infamously dubbed sexy singles entered t he Love Island U.K. villa —and the hearts of millions of viewers—to compete in what would become the summer’s hottest reality TV dating competition. Love Island has been airing in the U.K. for eight seasons, but with … [Read more...] about Why Is ‘The Bachelor’ So Afraid of Sex?
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 5 In early June, John W. Hinckley Jr. was freed after 41 years of oversight from the court and mental health systems. Having faced gradually loosening restrictions over many years, he now no longer needs to notify the court when he travels, he can access social media and email, and he can use his own name commercially. "A great day for me," he said. But Hinckley, who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has come to realize that freedom is relative. The notoriety that has followed him for decades is preventing him from what he wants to do the most: Perform music to a live audience. On the same day the order went into effect releasing him from court oversight, Hinckley learned a music club in Brooklyn had, citing safety concerns from threats directed at them online, canceled a small sold-out concert in July, where he hoped to perform 17 original songs. The event … [Read more...] about The man who shot Reagan wants to play concerts. It’s not going well.
0 Kids & Family Help us celebrate Mother's Day 2018 by sending in your mother-daughter lookalike photo. Kristina Houck , Patch Staff Posted Reply LEMON GROVE, CA — Whether it's through their personality, looks, hobbies or a combination of everything, daughters become a reflection of the woman who raised them. With Mother's Day 2018 right around the corner, we are celebrating that special bond by inviting Patch readers across California to share their "mother-daughter lookalike" photos. Lemon Grove Patch reader Ashley Jaehn sent us this sweet photo of her and her mother, Sherry Brown. She wished her mom a happy Mother's Day. We do, too! It's your turn, Patch readers — what traits do you and your mom share? Submit your lookalike photos by sending them to [email protected] Be sure to include a nice message for your loved one, as well as the city/location of the photo and the date it was taken. (Get Patch … [Read more...] about Like Mother, Like Daughter: Lemon Grove Mother’s Day Photos
0 Politics & Government Ballots begin going out in the mail on October 8, giving voters nearly a month to mark their ballot and return it before Election Day. Press Release Desk , News Partner Posted Reply Press release from the San Diego County Government: August 12, 2022 The Registrar of Voters has mailed over 1.9 million postcards to registered voters in San Diego County listing voting options for the Nov. 8, 2022, Statewide General Election. Every active registered voter will automatically receive a ballot in the mail and will have three options for returning that ballot: by mail, to one of the Registrar's secure ballot drop box locations, or at any vote center. Ballots begin going out in the mail on Oct. 8, giving voters nearly a month to mark their ballot and return it before Election Day. Voters also have the choice to vote in-person at any one of over 200 vote centers located across the county, which will be … [Read more...] about San Diego County Government: Postcards Go Out To Registered Voters
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Anne Heche, the Emmy-winning film and television actor whose dramatic Hollywood rise in the 1990s and accomplished career contrasted with personal chapters of turmoil, died of injuries from a fiery car crash. She was 53. Heche was “peacefully taken off life support,” spokeswoman Holly Baird said in a statement Sunday night. Heche had been on life support at a Los Angeles burn center after suffering a “severe anoxic brain injury,” caused by a lack of oxygen, when her car crashed into a home Aug. 5, according to a statement released Thursday by a representative on behalf of her family and friends. She was declared brain-dead Friday, but was kept on life support in case her organs could be donated, an assessment that took nine days. In the U.S., most organ transplants are done after such a determination. A native of Ohio whose family moved around the country, Heche endured an abusive and tragic childhood, one that helped push her into acting as a way of … [Read more...] about Anne Heche Dies After Being Taken Off Life Support
Extreme heat this year has triggered wildfires, drought and melting glaciers. Less expectedly, it’s also revealed some weird and dark things about our past — shipwrecks, corpses, ghost villages, ornamental gardens and ancient cities. Here’s a look at some of those discoveries. Roman remains Italy’s drought has revealed artifacts from World War II and a glimpse of life under Nero. Months without rain and an earlier-than-usual halt in flows from melting snow in the Alps depleted the River Po — Italy’s longest river — to its lowest level in 70 years. The dried-up riverbed revealed previously hidden World War II-era wreckage such as a German tank and cargo ships. In Rome, meanwhile, drought sapped the River Tiber and unveiled a bridge that’s thought to have been built during Emperor Nero’s rule. This summer’s extremely hot and dry conditions in Italy forced the government to declare a state of emergency in July. Spanish ghost village A town stuck in the early 1990s has … [Read more...] about Lost villages, ancient ruins and shipwrecks uncovered in extreme heat