Chad Deal 2 p.m., Nov. 22
The grimy side of America’s finest.
Urban drool seems to be the least of our problems.
No match for steel and cement.
Evening in Germany, morning in California.
If it’s good, credit the band. If it’s bad, blame the sound guy.
...in the ear of the beholder.
AleSmith Brewing Company Founded by brewer Skip Virgilio in 1995, the company was known for solid beer early on but lacked the demand and business infrastructure to remain viable. After being sold to talented brewer ...
Shelter Island’s Bali Hai was never some little grog shop.
Tom Ham was the god of good times.
They say the smile is the hardest part.
The last couple of times Brenda Peterson had job openings in her court-reporting company, she filled the positions with members of an unlikely pool of candidates: ex-convicts, or more politely put, the formerly incarcerated. It ...
It makes San Diego look appealing.
I’m standing in Terminal 2 at the San Diego International Airport on a Monday morning in early July. My escort, Constance White, the airport art program manager, leads me through the new food-court atrium, past ...
Teens talk about drugs, sex, and college.
At 17, she could pass for 21. Her wild brown curly hair is streaked with turquoise highlights. A cluster of freckles sprinkle the bridge of her pierced nose. Abby wears a 1920s-inspired emerald-green tropical-print bikini. ...
Have we got a green card for you.
Art on the hoof, in the river, but not quite across the border.
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, ...
Mission Beach is one of San Diego's most polluted areas. Cathy Ives discusses the origins and consequences of trash at the beach and shows off her remarkable collection.
Larry Ashburn shares soundcheck experiences.
Justin Quiring does a preshow sound check at Winstons in Ocean Beach.
A quick tour through some of San Diego's brewing highlights for the San Diego Reader's 2014 Beer issue, October 30, 2014.
Bali Hai's Susie Baumann remembers working at the restaurant in the early days and the tsunami events at Shelter Island.
A couple of San Diego teenagers talk about their use of technology and media, body image, and money.
Yoav Admoni constructed a suit of invasive reeds over a collapsible laundry hamper and wore it from the riparian creek of Arroyo Alamar (where the reeds were harvested) and into the beginnings of the Tijuana River Canal in east TJ.
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.