Jeff Smith noon, March 8
Getting to the bottom of a bowl of stew
It's probably best to make something clear up front: I am not reviewing the popular Convoy Street restaurant Tofu House. I visited a different establishment named Convoy Tofu House. Okay, they're both on Convoy, both ...
Husband, wife, man’s best friend working toward Clairemont nano
The eternal debate over religion and a German shepherd. These are the factors that led aptly named Michael Brewer to name his prospective business, Dogma Brewing Company. The homebrewer of more than ten years is ...
The Bootylicious shoot is popular.
“Curves are in, and I am going to work on making those curves look delicious.”
Petting tour of San Diego
The awe of nature or the snuggle of a warm snout or cute paw give us a fill of joy that we're looking for around this time of the year. For those of us without ...
Clairemont barbecue joint dishes up huge piles of mediocre meat for cheap, proving that there's no way to cut corners.
Lightnin’ Jack’s (4705 Clairemont Drive) has some things going for it, not the least of which is the movie deal: 10 percent off if you show a same-day movie ticket from the Regal across the ...
Frozen turkeys and hams ditched at the door
The Vons at 4725 Clairemont Drive was the scene of an attempted heist on Monday, November 18, at 1:20 p.m., as a man attempted to steal a shopping cart full of frozen meat. An alert ...
The polls have opened in San Diego to replace ousted mayor Bob Filner. Early voting began at the Registrar of Voters office at 5201 Ruffin Road in Clairemont Mesa on 8 a.m. Monday, October 21, ...
Historical account of Manual Scan bopping like popcorn at Clairemont High School, c.1982.
Uneducated but not unlearned.
Young guys explain why they are passing on going to college. Absurd expense and subsequent debt is one reason, but even a young man from a well-off family sees other deterrents.