Content for Friday, November 30, 2012
- Pappalecco: True Cafeistas!
- Baja & Border News Translations: Words of Power
- I got a letter from Charles Manson in prison.....
- Baja & Border News Translations: Young Woman from Ensenada Missing; Police Start Patrol of City for Christmas
- Strange Stage Stories from San Diego Musicians: Chris Warner (Jet West), Bill Ray (Ike Turner), Nena Anderson and more...
- Baja & Border News Translations: He Killed for Love of Girl; Stepfather Guilty of Murdering Stepson
- Filner inaugural roster revealed
- Plaid Tidings at New Village Arts
- Joshua Krause's Simple Ways
- Free movies of the week - Martial Arts, Hook and Heathers
- Vegan pit-stop: Soy contento!
- Free Jazz Reality Television
- How did my Bail Bonds office in San Diego get Started?
- Grabbing a (Healthy?) Bite at the Mall
- Review: JazzMikan+ / Preview: Leah Bowden D.M.A. recital
- Rewriting pop music history?
- 3D TV? Someone tell Ralph Kramden the wait is over
- Timothy Spall, the man who should be king
- Nuclear Regulatory Commission offers public virtual tour of San Onofre plant
- The plumber butt, a style epidemic
- Tidbits for a two top
- Tim Shelton talks about this year's Aztec theme song 'Montezuma 55th'
- Build it if you can
- OB's Inaugural Restaurant Week
- Finding calm before the holidays
- Chili and Ceramics!
- Something else to do on Tuesdays
- Tour de Cheesesteak: stage 4
- Filner wants funds
- Chargers Park-Time For A Change
- Café Sabina: The room upstairs
News & Stories
This is the most interesting highway sign in the county. For years I have been noting the political winds of change on the southeast side of Highway 78, about three miles east of Ramona. The ...
An ode to the city and its opera.
When people find out that my daughter’s middle name is Vienna, the first question is inevitably some variation of, “Oooh, you didn’t name her after that mean chick from the Bachelor, did you??” So, no. ...
My Dearest Freeway Five, Having spent most of my life in New York City, I have never truly known someone like you. But I came out here for new and exciting experiences, and boy am ...
Last month, Oceanside businessman Steve Amster bought a house at auction. The boarded-up house, in the 1400 block of Dubuque Street in Oceanside, had been gutted by the city before auction. A few days after ...
On November 28, a meeting was held at Escondido City Hall to consider opinions and concerns from the public regarding mobile catering trucks. Currently, city regulations do not allow food trucks. Food-truck operators say that ...
Motorhomes are quite unwelcome on at least one street in Liberty Station. In fact, if you park your RV on Truxton Road, the street in front of Vons and Trader Joe’s grocery stores, a security ...