Scott Ellis 9:45 a.m., June 29
We need our hearts broken over this
A leopard-print sign hanging on Andrea Smith’s front door announces, “I am a luxury few can afford.” Three years ago there was heavy truth in that statement. Smith was bringing in about $2500 a night ...
A million things under the sun — we offer a few (some indoors)
County Administration Center Waterfront Park In 2014, 12 acres of former parking lots were converted into a public park facing San Diego Bay. Running both north and south of the county government headquarters established in ...
Wordplay unlikely to entertain true Boltlievers.
“Convadium,” crooned my partner in gadabouting Pemberton Throckmorton III, drawing out the “a” and lingering just a moment on the “m.” “Just listen to it! It’s the space of the future! What can’t you do ...
Taking them all out would not be fine and dandy.
“Deport the eucalyptus back to Australia!” That’s Johnny Sevier, a certified arborist, on the tree he loves to hate but that many San Diegans revere, the ubiquitous eucalyptus. Long an arboreal staple in San Diego ...
Tribute from “the kind of tenant everybody wants!”
You should come home. Rod died. I got the text from my roommate on a Sunday night. “Oh, Rod,” I sighed. It was sudden news, and I wanted to be surprised. But I couldn’t be. ...
Kayakers hooted and hollered as large threshers took them on sleigh rides out to sea.
May the Fourth. International Star Wars day to some, but to La Jolla kayak fishermen, it will forever be the beginning of the Wide Open Thresher Bite of 2016. The gray, windless day — with ...
Asada days and adobada nights — A little taste of Loreto in San Diego. by Mary Beth Abate Tacos where you least expect them — Looking beyond standard tacolandia. By Ed Bedford Taco mecca — ...
The mourning is never going to go away completely.
As Mother’s Day approaches, most of us are faced with the usual Hallmark-holiday–related concerns — which flowers go best with this year’s card and how soon in advance do we need to make brunch reservations? ...
Taste my beer
More than 20 tap rooms opened in Tijuana last year, many of them in the same Plaza, giving the area a feel of a daily beer fest. Partially thanks to San Diego, the Baja region ...
East County Middle Easterns
Speaking English is eighth on their priority list.
Before turning 16, Sherry Sotelo won the right to adulthood in juvenile court.
Join two Reader special operatives as they taste their way through the Craft Cocktails 2015 special issue.
Sam shares the process of creating his Go Guitar and the story of how the guitar and business came to be.
Sam Radding talks zebrawood for his guitars.
“The Desert at Night” is the Natural History Museum’s attempt to engage Spanish and English speakers at the same time.
The Pinnacle building, under construction, rises over the sidewalk tent community in San Diego's East Village neighborhood.
Inside the storage depot in San Diego's East Village neighborhood where homeless people are able to safely store their belongings.
Joel Rocco of Undisputed gym shares his loft living space and view into the gym, and then discusses his experience of living near a large population of homeless people.