David Dodd 2:33 a.m., May 19
Cruising down Garnet, heading for the #30 bus at Mission and Felspar, when I find myself crossing Bayard. It’s closed off to traffic. Huh. Oh, yeah, it’s Tuesday. Must be the farmers’ market. Lots of ...
Fifteen intimate strangers
Author Maggie Young’s tell-all of her promiscuous days of booze and oblivion in the frenzied, lonely beach town of Pacific Beach.
Al fresco no bueno, say opponents of the sidewalk-café ordinance
Opponents of councilman Kevin Faulconer’s sidewalk-café ordinance say outdoor diners will create even more noise on the streets.
The building formerly known as Canes and then SoundWave is coming back as a club, but with less emphasis on big-name concerts.
Explore the wild side of this much-loved neighborhood park with beautiful views and a wide array of native and exotic plants.
Wait for that $7 cup
While at the Starbucks in Pacific Beach this week, I overheard some of the employees saying that the La Jolla Starbucks was selling the new, $7-per-cup "Geisha" coffee. The new brew getting a lot of ...
Jazz nightspot Dizzy’s found a new home in the showroom at San Diego Jet Ski Rentals in P.B.
Restaurants that feel like home.
Places where food is created with care, where the service is warm and welcoming, and where you can relax and reconnect with family and friends.
The bar manager at Thrusters Lounge Matthew Compton claims that the Basil Hendricks is a “perfect summer cocktail.” “It’s not something,” he says, “I could see someone drinking in the middle of winter in the ...
Those @#$^&* kite surfers!
Lots of kite surfers nowadays at Tourmaline Surfing Park in Pacific Beach. Is there a law against it?