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SDSU pulls out of SoccerCity peace negotiations, war over Mission Valley looms

It was nearly two months ago that I predicted on this here blog that San Diego State’s anti-SoccerCity insurgency was in its death throes. I assumed that the decision to have Mayor Kevin Faulconer intervene to try to get something – anything – out of the deal for SDSU was merely the first step in the university’s capitulation. 403 more words

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John Moores Painting Prize - Oct 2016

My next outing in Liverpool took me to the Walker Art Gallery to see the John Moores Painting prize. Before looking at the painting prize exhibition I had a mandatory perusal of the permanent displays on the ground floor, a visual trip through time from classical design to designs of the near future. 516 more words


Las Vegas Bowl Preview: Aztecs vs. University of Houston Cougars

What: University of Houston Cougars vs. San Diego State Aztecs
When: Saturday, December 7, 12:30 p.m.
Line: Houston -3.5

Even if I ran out of speed, boy, I wouldn’t sleep a minute away. 775 more words

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This Day In Padres History -- August 16

Aug. 16, 1996 – The Padres defeat the Mets 15-10 in the opener of a three-game series in Monterrey, Mexico – the first, regular-season, Major League game ever played outside the United States and Canada. 99 more words