Anonymous 9:29 a.m., Dec. 19
News from the Fight-for-Fifteen front
Minimum wage is not meant to be a living wage.
It’s not college, Mom, it’s rehab.
I'm not going to sleep for a week. I'll throw up and have the shakes.
Yule love what we got you!
You don’t have to be a movie critic to know the cinematic cliché: you don’t get to choose your relatives, but you do have to spend the holidays with them. And hey-ho whaddya know: every ...
Not a gangmember; a taxpayer.
Chain-linked in suburbia.
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 ...
Fast food workers rally in San Diego to call for a higher minimum wage.
Molly McDonald talks about her experience trying to make ends meet while earning minimum wage.
Sherone McCaster talks about her experience trying to make ends meet while earning $9 per hour as an usher at Qualcomm Stadium.
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.