Good morning this is the AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for March 21, 2014

San Diego State Aztecs beat New Mexico State Aggies in a nail biting NCAA game last night in Spokane Washington. It was their first game of the tournament and at the first half the Aztecs had a 12-point lead but it all feel apart by the end of the game. The Aggies came back but lost in overtime to SDSU 73-69. Next game for the Aztecs is North Dakota State tomorrow afternoon at 3:10 on TNT.

Here in San Diego at the Viejas Arena more NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament games start. First up at 11:10 AM Arizona goes against Weber State Gonzaga vs Oklahoma State after that. And at around 4:30 Virginia Commonwealth takes on Stephen F. Austin With UCLA vs Tulsa finishing off the night.

SeaWorld is celebrating its 50th anniversary today. They are unveiling a new entrance called Explorer’s Reef at 7:00 this morning.

At noon protesters calling themselves “Concerned San Diegans” will have an unveiling of their own. They are displaying a message outside SeaWorld on the corner of Sea World Drive at Sea World Way they say it showcases a new vision for Sea World in the 21st Century.

Jane Cartmill, President of San Diego Animal Advocates says … “We envision SeaWorld as it should always have been – providing real education in an eco-conscious environment.”

In court one sentencing and one arraignment of note, both at 1:30 this afternoon.

In Linda Vista’s juvenile court Kenneth Hamilton, who pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, is being sentenced for shooting and killing two teenagers in Oceanside’s Libby Lake Park.

And Jayne Colantonio is being arraigned in San Diego’s courthouse and accused of stabbing and killing her boyfriend, whose body was found in the San Diego River.

The Maritime Museum of San Diego is opening the exhibit “Tattoos and Scrimshaw: The Art of the Sailor” this morning at 9:00.

Tonight at 7:00 the last concert for the guitar exhibit at Ruben H. Fleet Science Center is being headlined by Steve Poltz, a founding member of The Rugburns.

And finally at 8:00 tonight the San Diego Symphony is playing a concert of European music from both the Classical and Romantic eras at the Jacobs Music Center on B Street in downtown.

For more on these and other stories please check bowlersdedsk.com

… And please remember to post, re-post, and share.

SUBSCRIBE TO SOCIAL FEEDS!!!
So you will be kept up to date on what matters.

#
#
#

Advertisements

Comments are closed.