Kearny Mesa

Ob-gyn doctor could lose license

Medical board issues accusation

The Medical Board of California's Department of Consumer Affairs has brought an accusation against Niloufer Dennis, M.D., who practices obstetrics and gynecology and has offices in Kearny Mesa and El Cajon, according to an online ...

“Free” city land just got pricey

Sunroad to pay for controversial Kearny Mesa easement deal

The 18 feet in easements that city councilmembers gave to Sunroad for their Kearny Mesa development isn't free after all. Today, August 22, the developer, the City of San Diego, and attorney Cory Briggs agreed ...

Is Common Theory a better beer bar?

Convoy's new hipster beer garden could be more than just another trendy pub

San Diego needs another restaurant serving craft beer and tarted-up pub grub like it needs another mayoral scandal. But there’s one neighborhood that’s remained more or less free from badge logos, kale, and people sticking ...

Blush Desserts makes Convoy .5% more French!

New cupcake and macaroon shop offers tea, snacks, cute decor, and reasonably late hours

Blush Desserts, new kids in Kearny Mesa, are pushing out cupcakes and French macaroons (all in the $2-$4.50 range) like the end times draw nigh and only a massive influx of glorious, sweet sugar will ...

Sunroad to salvage soured sweetheart deal?

Former deputy city attorney Andrea Contreras is on the job

The 18 feet of city-owned parkland that the San Diego City Council gave to developer Sunroad Centrum isn't free after all. On August 1, San Diego Superior Court judge Timothy Taylor issued a temporary restraining ...

Dana Carvey, George Bush, Church Lady, and Garth

Top events and things to do in San Diego this week, July 31–August 6

Cathryn Henning, education coordinator at Wild Willow Farm, will provide tools on how to be a conscious consumer, including how to decipher terms such as “organic,” “natural,” and “free-range.” There will be fresh-farmed veggies and ...

Galactus visits San Diego Comic-Con 2014

Top events and things to do in San Diego this week, July 24–July 30

2014 marks the 45th year for the show, making it the longest continuously run comics and popular-arts convention in the country. With comic books, original art, toys, games, trading cards, clothing, movie memorabilia, anime, films, ...

Near naked and unafraid of the SDPD

Another Cheetahs stripper lodges lawsuit against police department

The flap over San Diego Police Department's raid on two strip joints earlier this year is nowhere near finished. On July 16, a dancer named as "Jane Doe" filed a lawsuit against the police department ...

Your Song Your Story

Top events and things to do in San Diego this week, July 10–July 16

Sixty minutes of fun as you run or walk at your own pace and collect raffle tickets at checkpoints along the way. Comic-Con superhero themed — come dressed in your favorite cosplay attire and score ...

I believe that we will drink

No matter the outcome, Nickel Beer’s World Cup pale’s a winner

Tom Nickel isn’t one of those bandwagoners who become infatuated with futbol every four years. He follows soccer year-round, travels the world to take in matches at storied arenas, and has made his bar, O’Brien’s ...

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