Content for Wednesday, June 13, 2012
- Mystical Makeovers & L.A. Murder(s): Marilyn Monroe’s Glamorous Ghost
- Led Zepagain Unfazed After Gear Stolen
- The Case for Bass and How Japandroids Would Totally Be Better If They Had One
- Will Reduced Tolls Increase South Bay Expressway Riders?
- The La Costa Wine Company: Where Even a Monday Can Turn Into a Party!
- Mimi Fox & Rob Thorsen at Jazz Live
- U.S. Fugitive Nabbed by Border Patrol
- Babbo's Bar and Grille
- Son of Fare Thee Well: David Elliott
- Sunshine on a tattered list
- Snafu at Nation's First Gay Brewery
- First Picture from Oh, My God, My Parents Are Vampires!, er, Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part II
- KATA Rising
- The Underdog, Getting Some Attention
- Guadalupe Valley Winery Hop with Turista Libre
- Long Story Short: Heroes and Villains
- El Dorado Summer Cocktail Menu Release Party
- SDSU Professor Curates Writings on Mobile Technology
- The White Horse is Dead
- Fare Thee Well: David Elliott
- Planning Chairman Can Weigh in on Casino Plans of Tribe That Employs His Lobbyist Client, Agency Says
- The OSD Chronicles pt 6
- FCC Asked To Water Down Requirement For Broadcasters To Post Ad Buys Online
- Journalist Overpowers Texting Theatre Patron With iPad
- Atheist Lobbying Group to Install California Chapter
- Another Opening: French Invade Coronado!
News & Stories
City Farmers proprietor Bill Tall didn’t want to do anything other than raise and nurture plants and animals within San Diego’s city limits. So he did, and has done, for 40 years so far.
The Sweetwater Union High School District board is beleaguered. Two trustees, Arlie Ricasa and Pearl Quiñones, and former superintendent Jesus Gandara are under indictment. Two additional boardmembers, John McCann and Jim Cartmill, are the subjects ...
Fruit-bar feeding frenzy (voracious lip-smacking included).
My friend Dan recommended that I check out the Brazilian singer Céu, but he was a little embarrassed about it. “She’s kind of a Starbucks artist,” he said. I knew what he meant: to call ...
Daria Matza Producer of Styria Into the Abyss is an intriguing documentary by Werner Herzog about a death-row inmate days before his execution. While the interview with him doesn’t yield much, the other people that ...
Porter’s Pub at UCSD, known for its underwhelming vittles and exceptional all-ages music venue.
View salt-marsh plants year round and shorebirds especially during spring and winter migrations.
Mario Escovedo, a Dragon unashamed to stand up for the Carpenters.
The Big C — Courage Rashida McElvene showed physical, moral, and spiritual courage in her willingness to give up her life to protect and save another’s (“Is That a Woman He’s Beating Up Like That?” ...
I rearranged my legs with more force than necessary. The wooden bed-frame creaked, and I followed the note with an overtly audible adjusting of my half of the comforter, balling it up so I could ...
Golf pro and golf-cart driver Casey Martin won his U.S. Supreme Court case against PGA Tour, Inc.
San Diego county sheriff Bill Gore has put out word that he’s in the market for 25 brand-new Smith & Wesson M&P15 AR .223 rifles, each to be equipped with an EOtech 512A65 holographic weapon ...
Pierogies and banh mi — two specialty delicacies sold off San Diego food trucks.
Local TV news under the microscope after being declared “non-news” by a letter writer to Matthew Alice.
This is my farewell column, but not a whine about leaving the Reader. The problems of movie critics don’t amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world. And it would be bad form ...
UCSD composer, performer, and teacher Christopher Adler talks about San Diego New Music, a local nonprofit.
Brian Karscig of the Nervous Wreckords always wanted to put a transsexual on the cover of one of his albums.
As money troubles continue to pile up at San Diego State University’s owned-and-operated KPBS public broadcasting operation, the university’s tax-exempt foundation is advertising for help. According to a job notice recently posted on the nonprofit’s ...
Anger and grace tame the waves
Rising San Diego surf star Chris O’Rourke died from cancer in 1981. He was so good, surfing photographer Kirk Lee Aeder recently wrote book about him.
Brad Davidson’s band the Wipers inspired Kurt Cobain to start Nirvana.
So-called behesting, the process by which state and local politicians request — and sometimes pressure — lobbyists and other special interests to give money to their favorite charities, is alive and well in San Diego. ...
Thursday 14Mini Apple pop-punk act Motion City Soundtrack rolls into Casbah with the release of their fifth Epitaph disc, Go, which dropped Tuesday into eager emo hands. The quintet has been hitting it since 1997 ...
D.H. Lawrence believed that the earth and sky gods are still with us, active in what he called our “blood consciousness,” but have been repressed by Christian “education.” In his novel The Plumed Serpent, two ...
The Fate of the Tobacco Industry May Provide a Blueprint
Professional football takes a blow to the head. Military combat personnel in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars may suffer the same kind of brain damage as professional football players.
Songs about big regret for the terminally hip is Rhett Miller at his worst. But at his best he’s like that person in your creative-writing class back in college who always had better plot lines ...
The doctor, on the phone, suggests to the patient that she breathe through her…posterior?
Free-speech protesters got the fire hose.
San Diego city officials turned the fire hose on free-speech protesters — not last year, but 100 years ago.
Interview with pastor Harvey Throop of Palisades Presbyterian Church in Allied Gardens.