Ken Leighton 2:30 p.m., Dec. 1
And no car or beer ads.
“On the reservation they have a saying,” Fox chuckled, “‘B.C.—before casino.’’’
For lack of a better word: sick, sick, sick.
Perez admitted that he had communicated to many persons his fantasy of abducting a female.
Clash of the arts interests
“‘Nobody cares about your shitty arts organization.’ Those were her exact words,” recalls United Artists of San Diego chief executive Tatjana Zogovic, who goes by the name Tasha Zogo. She’s referring to a phone call ...
Maybe paying the board is a good idea
“Why are all these foreclosed homes submitting ballots?”
Nobody messed with Frank Bompensiero...but Joey did.
One conjecture about why people are so fascinated by organized crime figures attributes it to a timid envy of those who flout the law so boldly. But after selling his book at a four-hour signing ...
Showdown with the bull thistle
What exactly is an invasive plant, and why should we give a rotten rhizome if one crops up in our side yard? Dan Gluesenkamp answers: “One widely accepted definition includes two components: It’s not native ...
Don't worry about that water leak
Chrissy Seigler noticed a leaky water main valve on the sidewalk in front of her Point Loma home. The water was seeping out from the lid and dribbling down the street. In early June, Seigler ...
And they’re addicted to a video game
It's a steamy afternoon in August, and Kristen Lang sits, frazzled and deflated, on the patio at Ponce's, hoping to cool her exasperation with a margarita. When her husband moved out two years ago, leaving ...
Sunshine tax refund
Julian Duval is about to rock my world. The 68-year-old president of the San Diego Botanic Garden drives me around the garden in a golf cart talking my ear off and making me laugh with ...
We had to go to the mountain
San Diego attorney Jacqueline Isaac, 29, is a woman on a mission — several missions — not least among them hauling fresh, non-weaponry supplies through war zones to Kurdish female fighting units in Iraq. “We’ve ...
Dr. Shaochen Chen's "homemade" bioprinter in the UCSD laboratory where he works with his team to "print" living tissue.
Nanotech bioprinting created a scaffold that gives structure to heart muscle cells.
SD3D founder and CEO David Feeney takes the Reader inside his shop, filled with 3D printers operating "26 hours a day."