Don Bauder 6:30 p.m., July 2
Rough and rocky travelin’ led them to Bostonia Ballroom
“Jerry Lee Lewis just beat the hell out of the piano. He used his feet on it. He broke three keys.”
Rest in peace, Papa Grimm
When he passed away on June 15, 2015, my dad William “Bill” Grimm was grandfather to 136 souls, the last my own little William. He was great grandfather to 69. When you have 17 kids, ...
Israel was the first foreign country I visited, in 1980, four months after I was born. Although my Jewish-ish parents didn’t take my brother and me to temple, I went to the Holy Land six ...
So scared to meet you.
Half of them have holes in their mouths where their teeth used to be, and the other half have sets of some-large-some-small teeth.
I never wanted to be a cartoonist. And yet, I’m about to draw the 1000th weekly edition of Overheard in San Diego. Sure, I loved and collected comic books as a kid, and even drew ...
Keith Berkley, fisherman, construction guy, and big brother.
“This is it. My bones are here. San Diego is the best place on Earth.”
You could learn a lot from a small-town guy.
Well, a secret genius, anyway. That might seem a funny sort of title for someone who’s written for The New Yorker, penned the screenplay for a Robert Altman film, published a slew of novels and ...
She’s strapped for cash and misses Mr. Moneybags.
"They never look at the bottom of my cart. But if they do, I'll just say, 'Oh my gosh. Sorry. Totally forgot."
Nutella chocolates, no problem; a functioning liver, not so easy.
I have always thought that among humankind’s most lofty inventions is the printer — the machine, not the person.
A year of news and stories in order of popularity
1) SeaWorld announces shift from orcas to sharks — Shark Week, every week Polling conducted via YouTube showed that 90% of people would rather watch a shark jump out of the water to eat a ...
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."