Don Bauder 9:40 p.m., May 21
The Printer “My buddy in San Francisco got his finger smashed in an old printing press. It actually turned the bone to powder. He had no phone in his warehouse to call for help, so ...
Depending on who you believe, the origins of the Baja-style fish taco will take you two places. Fans of entrepreneurial success stories will favor the narrative popularized by San Diego restaurant mogul Ralph Rubio, who ...
La Mesa’s plot for vacant lots
"People in apartments aren’t stable; they don’t become part of the community,” grouses G.W., who lives in La Mesa near Mt. Helix. She fears that her tony neighborhood will take a turn for the worse ...
Author Dave Good writes about the rabbit he found (and now owns) and the San Diego bunny scene.
This book is not a homophobic diatribe!
A writer for Out blog is amazed that readers misinterpreted the literary device she used in her book
Hoffer’s Cigar Bar in La Mesa is easy to miss, but that’s what locals like about it.
B Side Players trombonist/Helix High associate music director Michael Benge tries to land Poncho Sanchez to do show with his students, but parents don’t want to enter into contract.
Merchants, teens, and stink bombs discussed
La Mesa's 2013 Oktoberfest will remain a one-weekend event, but organizers want to eliminate carnival rides and stink bombs, according to statements made at last week’s La Mesa City Council meeting. The Oktoberfest, sponsored by ...
Increase in property crimes; 249 burglaries in 2012
Two homicides were among the 226 violent crimes committed in La Mesa during 2012, according to the quarterly crime report that police chief Ed Aceves gave at the February 12 La Mesa City Council meeting. ...
God is the God of nations as well
Interview with pastor Jim Garlow of Skyline Church in La Mesa.