Content for Thursday, March 15, 2012
- Smart Meter Opt-Out Plan Approved Conditionally
- Davy Jones
- French Afternoon II: Heure Heureuse at Café Chloe
- Three Charged with Running Stock Loan Scam
- Austin, Texas Will Congest and Digest You (If You Can Hang)
- Dumanis Lifts Her Plan Word for Word
- French Afternoon: Sir Crunch? It's a Croque!
- Sunset Yogurt & Ice Cream
- Jazz guitar legend Pat Martino @ Anthology, March 22
- Hit the Spot
- UCSD Continues Cramming New Construction
- Hot Dog Cart in Balboa Park
- Update San Diego 3/15/2012
- Transborder Report Blasts Handling of Jorge Hank Rhon Case
- Judges Form Group to Sue State
- $4 Lunch: Don Pepe's Tamales
- City Pleased with Pedicab Operator Ordinance
- Planning Commissioners Delay Decision on Quail Brush Power Plant
- Rocking the Sham Irish Whiskey's Strictly for Shooting
- View from the Campaign Trail: Nathan "G.I." Fletcher
- Sandra Bernhard at the La Jolla Playhouse
- Navarro's Documentary to Debut
- FBI Wants Google's Help Cracking Local Pimp's Android Phone
- Take Two
- CIF State Regional Finals Scoreboard (March 17)
News & Stories
O glorious Jesu, O meekest Jesu, O most sweetest Jesu, I pray that I may have true confession, contrition and satisfaction or I die. And that I may see and receive thy holy body, God ...
Martin Lesky of Los Angeles lost his well-paying job at mortgage broker last year and owed the Internal Revenue Service thousands of dollars as well. One year later he had paid his debt and secured ...
The latest buzz on the street is that the job market is about to open up. Businesses seem more optimistic about potential growth than at any point during the past four years, and the San ...
Incumbent Republican congressman Brian Bilbray, port commissioner Scott Peters, and former state assemblywoman Lori Saldaña, the three front-runners in the newly redrawn 52nd Congressional district, took part in a KPBS debate on March 14. Moderated ...