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Interview with Filmmaker Larry Wessel
For filmmaker Larry Wessel, cinema has always been his "religion," as he was raised by "two religious fanatics" whose church was the movie theatre.
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National Public Radio
More Art, Less Tequila in Tijuana Spring Break
Mexican muralists, Glow and El Norteno, accompanied the group and spoke about their pieces.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Authorities investigate fire at downtown church
Maria Hawke, who had served as a public information officer, was terminated after an "investigation of untruthfulness," according to a Tucson Police spokesman.
San Diego NewsCape
Report on Commissioner Kerlikowske's Trip to California
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner R. Gil Kerlikowse concluded his visit to Southern California today where he met with officials and stakeholders from across the region.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
DVD review: 'Here Comes The Devil'
A married couple loses their children while on a family trip near some caves in Tijuana.
San Diego Reader
Baja tax hike screwed businesses over
Following a rancorous debate in Mexico City late last year, federal legislators voted to increase the sales tax from 11 percent to 16 percent, effective the first of the year.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
The Jewish Journal
Tijuana to Tefilah: Crossing from Mexico to America with Jewish children who do it every day
Fernando Sur, whose father drives him from Tijuana to Southern California Yeshiva High School in San Diego, wraps tefillin at his all-boys school.
California cross-border airport clears key hurdle
U.S. Customs and Border Protection says it has reached an agreement with an investor group to clear the way for construction of the nation's first cross-border airport terminal connecting San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
The Marion Star
Feds say drug kingpin targeted prosecutors in Del.
A DEA a??trapa? vehicle before it was loaded onto an Air National Guard C-17 at New Castle Airport as part of a DEA operation to track a cocaine network to its source.
San Diego CityBEAT
Avenida Revoluci n's renaissance
Singing in English as well as a number of South African languages, the two-time Grammy Award-winning choir fuses traditional African gospel music-complete with occasional clicks and bird songs-with Western songs of celebration.
Norwalk Citizen News
4th Mexican cartel associate charged in Chicago
After a long stint as head of the Sinoloa Cartel, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's arrest late month came quickly.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The Star Online
Border issues: Migrants in the US feel the squeeze
Losers: Women are often left to fend for their young children when the breadwinner of the family is deported, often without any notification to the family.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Asteelflash to cut 34 employees in June
Asteelflash, an international electronic manufacturing services company, will lay off 34 employees at its plant off Route 38 by the end of June, which is expected to shutter the 150,000-square-foot facility that sits on a 20-acre plot of land.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Mexico's drug violence down, but problems persist
As rates of drug violence in Northern Mexico have dropped, areas of the country's Pacific coastal states have experienced increases, according to a study released Tuesday by the University of San Diego.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Collapsed toll road near Ensenada to re-open in fall
But since the dramatic collapse of a 330-yard section late last year, drivers have been barred from the southernmost stretch of the Tijuana-Ensenada toll road.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Illinois State Troopers praised for big heroin drug bust
Illinois lawmakers have gone on record as saying there's a state of emergency when it comes to the problem with heroin.
Music and Vision Daily
Ensemble. Wonderfully Amusing
On Friday 4 April 2014 , Mexico 's pera de Tijuana presented Gaetano Donizetti 's L'elisir d'amore in the lovely San Jose Courtyard of the Tijuana Beaches' House of Culture .
Plan Tijuana: The Interrupted Renaissance of Avenida Revolucion
Oh to have been in Tijuana during prohibition, to have seen the shows, the glamour, and style at the Agua Caliente casino; to have bellied up to the Long Bar for a beer after having dined at Caesar's or Victor's on their famous table side salads.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
El Paso Times
Mexican farmers protest, block commercial lanes at Juarez bridge
El Paso Times Juarez growers block the South bound lanes of the Bridge of the Americas to protest low prices for their corn, beans, chile, apples and other agriculture products that they say are then marketed to consumers by distributors at significantly higher prices.
The Las Vegas Sun
Photos: Four-time cancer survivor Helene Neville of L.V. running perimeter of U.S.
The odds of success are overwhelmingly against her, but Las Vegas cancer survivor Helene Neville is convinced that she will be the first person in the world to run the 10,000-mile perimeter of the contiguous United States.