Ian Anderson 5 p.m., Dec. 8
Stories for March 1985
Thursday, March 28
The Gagosian mansion is a multimillion-dollar monument to the egos of wealthy and flamboyant men. It is also bad luck.
Thursday, March 21
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On the evening of April 15, San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium will officially enter the video age, when the brand new, instant-replay, full-color Diamond Vision scoreboard blazes to life as part of the Padres home ...
Thursday, March 14
It takes more than boots and hats and beer. But it can be done. Even here in urban San Diego.
Wrangler’s Roost was country in “the pre-Urban Cowboy dog days of country music.” Wrangler’s Roost has run a country format for eight years. Only Country Bumpkin in Imperial Beach has been around longer.
It's a jungle out there, and it takes a certain breed of woman to get what she wants.
The girls know the drug dealers are usually free spenders because their money is illegal — it’s easier to spend it than it is to launder it, and besides, there’s more where that came from.
Thursday, March 7
The fierce, brief fight that left the American Army a shambles.
A small chapter in American history was written in San Diego nearly 140 years ago. It involved General Stephen Kearny, Kit Carson, and a series of strategic blunders.