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Whatever Happened To...

For better or worse, they left their mark on San Diego. And then they faded from our collective consciousness. Some of them moved onward and upward. Some of them just moved on. A few of them went to jail. Where are they now?

Our Schools in Crisis

Low test scores. High school grads who can’t read or write. What about the concept of earning a diploma?

The Kid Grows Up

After 60 years in show business—50 as a full-fledged star—sometime San Diegan Jerry Lewis comes back legit. Starring in the road company of his first Broadway show, Damn Yankees , he takes a breather to talk to San Diego Magazine.
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