Matt Potter 3:30 p.m., July 25
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.
Shaken or stirred?
Drinks a bit complicated, sort of the way you wish you were.
"I thought I was being murdered."
If someone nabs your shopping cart, let them have it and walk away.
Paras Newsstand in North Park offers Soap Opera Digest, Cheetos, clove cigs, and a whole lot of this and that.
What do you mean you’re bored?! An anti-ho-hum compendium.
Jetpack America Want to feel like Superman? After a training video and in-office instruction, strap on a jetpack and take to the air. During the 15- to 60-minute ride, the water-jetting pack can go as ...
Exiting foster care can be as difficult as entering
It takes much more than a village.
Random acts of good citizenship.
The correlation between good works and big smiles.
Hustlers, jugglers, bottom-feeders.
From bubble-making to the skid-row standbys, the buck must be turned.
Charles McPherson, San Diego resident and "ranking bebop alto sax player in modern mainstream jazz," talks saxophone and demonstrates technique with his 60s-era Selmer saxophone.
Mindi Post and her family talk about life in San Diego versus life in Bremerton, Washington.
Jeffrey Sakali returns to the Fry's parking lot where he had been in an physical altercation with two strangers, beaten by one of them, and then subsequently detained by Sergeant Kenneth Davis.