Marty Graham 10:30 a.m., Sept. 18
Highs and lows at High Tech High
Where most school websites are built for parents who need calendar information or want to check out next year’s fourth-grade teachers, High Tech High’s is a full-fledged marketing campaign. Many of the pages include statistics, ...
Loco-motion: A modern-day rail heist.
Portions read as if they were plucked from a screenplay of an old western train-robbery movie: Land speculators, scams, drug smuggling, hostile takeovers, all surrounding a 100-year-old railroad track twisting and turning its way from ...
Reader eaters graze their way around town for the 2014 Feast! issue: Europe would be impressed — Ian Anderson My fantasy food day — Mary Beth Abate It'll probably involve offal — Brandon Hernandez The ...
If you never did you should. These things are fun and fun is good. — Dr. Seuss
“It’s a risky thing to drink.”
"Eventually there will be a face-off between distillers and the feds.”
Like Flashdance but with a hammer.
“When I first hired in, I would have people ask me all the time, ‘You want me to carry your tools for you?’”
Medical world’s biggest mystery
There aren't too many doctors on planet Earth who think like Joseph Abramowitz.
The instrument is a reflection of the performer.
“It sounds like a human voice,” Weiss says, “because that’s your breath coming out of it.”
Can’t stay. Can’t stay away.
San Diego's income: 12.3% above the nation's average. San Diego's cost of living: 29.2% higher than the nation's average.
Behind the scenes with Reader and Solare staff as they create the cover of the September 4, 2014 issue of the San Diego Reader.
Operators of a San Diego-based Bitcoin business directory service talk about what Bitcoin is and consider its future and viability as an investment.
Several people who like to socialize while dressed in elaborate, cartoon-character costumes share their stories.
Members of the San Diego "Ghosts Happen" Meetup.com group gather next to a freeway and feel that the spirit of a deceased child is near, so they try to convince it to stand on a picnic table and knock things over.
Scott McClelland, Director of Water Quality at Sweetwater Dam, discusses the history of the dam, the way the system works, emergency water supplies, and the overall effect of 2014 drought conditions.
Ric Halsey, founder of the Chaparral Institute, discusses San Diego County's chaparral and coast sage scrub environments and individual species, as well as tactics for survival in a drought climate.
Footage of a dried-up Boulder Creek in San Diego County demonstrates the extent of the ongoing drought.
A short video profile of San Diego craft distillery Kill Devil that shows their production environment and shares their philosophy.
Desiree Wilson, owner of Iron Works Fencing, on her experience as a woman in the construction industry.
Young women train in a weeklong construction class for girls at Kearny High School.