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Helen Ofield June 6, 2014 at 09:58 am
Ah, America's romance with the mob(s), crime. For you and your youngsters we recommend the newRead More Hounds' Glenn series by Tonton Jim and E. Felix Lyon (Dayton Publishing). Amusing, imaginative, with a message that sneaks up on you--and, best of all, puns strung together by a lively plot. Book One is Max and the Lowrider Car; Book Two is due out in July and will be unveiled in the Lemon Grove Library. Stay tuned for summer chuckles!
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mark mathena April 28, 2014 at 07:20 pm
I walk my dog at the park every night and stopped by the skate park to watch a friend. I was thereRead More Saturday afternoon and it was packed. I would hope things calm down a little, as I was there I witnessed under age kids smoking and drinking beer' a fight broke out while I was there. this could be a good thing for lakeside if a few don't screw it up for the many that it could help.
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Tom Vyse March 15, 2014 at 01:07 pm
Sold out. Typical socialists: managing shortages while not being able to figure out how to expandRead More supply or allowing the price to go up. Have it twice or three times a year? Impossible! Overflow into one of the adjacent hotels. Don't even consider it! Just keep it once a year per tradition and allocate it like rolls of toilet paper in Russia.
santee citizen March 15, 2014 at 05:04 pm
didn't get in tom? you can always hang out with the rest of the ones who didn't get in outside.Read More there is a lot to do without going inside. and you might score a ticket when someone is finished for the day. lots of people only spend a few hours there and then leave and sell the badge to be used for the rest of the day. after picking up badges ID is never checked.
Kaytee March 17, 2014 at 08:35 am
Tom-- Comic Con can't expand the supply of tickets; the number of attendees is limited by the fireRead More marshall. They DO have "two or three" a year-- just not all in San Diego; Comic Con also puts on Wonder Con (currently in Anaheim, previously in San Francisco) and APE (in Los Angeles). There also are unaffiliated "comic cons" in many places-- Kentucky just finished with one. AZ and NY have fairly large ones, as do cities in Canada, UK an Japan. And if you "need" another one in San Diego-- look into going to Comic Fest, which is run by some of the original Comic Con staff. As for "overflow to adjacent hotels"-- that has been done for several years now, and even more will be outside the convention center this year. Last year, the city was finally persuaded that closing off 5th to traffic would be a "good idea"-- and it will probably be done again this year, to make space for more vendors/events. So, if you want a bit of Comic Con experience, you can still get it without buying a ticket (which, by the way, *is* more expensive this year). Re: "santee citizen"-- yes, they do check IDs periodically, even if you're wearing a badge.
The 4th Annual Santee Car Show and BBQ Festival is happening Saturday, October 12.
Terry Klinker October 9, 2013 at 06:23 am
Stop by the Sport Clips Haircuts booth #B17 and spin our prize wheel.
pjerome October 9, 2013 at 04:31 pm
AND also there will be antique farm tractors & Hit & miss Engines--operating, Hand cornRead More sheller for the kids to operate as well. I'll have my 1923 Fordson tractor--there will be a lot for every one to do and see.
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