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Magical moment: ‘Brigadoon’ brings director full circle after decades in community theater

As the first performance of the new season comes to a close this weekend, director Michael Pacas looks back at the show that started it all for him.

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Sept. 20 Daily Briefing: Airport expansion, Marilyn could be headed for a vote, and more

Happy Hump day, everyone! In today’s Daily Briefing, sent to 14,000 subscribers, we cover a big meeting about our little airport, a possible development over a controversial statue, a look at events in our community, and much more.

Public gets first look at plan for airport that calls for major expansion while preserving its charm

For months, PSP staff have been meeting with consultants and city employees in a working group to put together initial alternatives and designs. They presented them Tuesday night.

Police explain need for license plate readers at forum; funding request expected to come before City Council next week

The technology has drawn criticism, with some questioning whether the increased use of surveillance technology creates a trade-off between personal privacy and public safety.

Sidewalk vending ordinance passes final reading; critics call the rules hostile toward immigrants, possibly illegal

Regulations adopted Thursday evening effectively ban street food vendors in the busiest areas of downtown during certain times. Critics say the rules are discriminatory and harm immigrant business owners.

Palm Springs to receive portion of more than $250 million in state grants aimed at crime prevention

PSPD plans to use its share of the funds for its “comprehensive crime prevention model” that targets retail and vehicle theft, including the theft of catalytic converters.

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