Content for Wednesday, September 26, 2012
- Author & Punisher: Ursus Americanus
- San Diego plays cricket!
- Padres Hold Off Dodgers
- Cuatro Milpas: Love the smell of lard-fried tacos in the morning
- Ken Filiano & Anders Nilsson: Fresh Sound, Oct. 2
- The Shins & Washed Out come to town
- Interview: David Spaltro brings Things I Don't Understand to the San Diego Film Festival
- Wanton Sandwiches and More at The Promiscuous Fork
- Across the unbridgeable gulf: Christian pastor partners with satanic porn producer
- Baja & Border News Translations: Mexico Side of Border Crossing Poorly Operated; 6 million U.S. Jobs Depend on U.S. Trade with Mexico
- City Auditor calls for improvements in Economic Development Program
- Across the great divide: Conservative U-T San Diego partners with San Diego CityBeat
- Scenes you probably won't see at tonight's opening of the San Diego Film Festival
- Baja & Border News Translations: FreeWiFi Started in TJ; 12,000+ Pirated CDs & DVDs Seized
- San Diego Film Festival opens with locally based remake of 1954 classic On the Waterfront
- My fave pickle prep found in the Gaslamp
- Government Funded San Diego State University Foundation Gives Big to Jerry Brown's Tax Hike Campaign
- Betty Boop is back!
- Street Style University Heights: Leather Pants
- LMCOG Proposition Recommendations
- Victorious menu expansion for the "Urban Palate"
- Distressed sellers make up smaller portion of housing market
- #YoSoy132 Activist found alive after federal detention
- Experienced robber accused of leaving wallet at scene
News & Stories
San Diego Fashion Week (the first ever) will involve more than flip-flops and bathing suits.
A large yacht went up in flames on Harbor Island near downtown Wednesday morning just after 11 a.m. Smoke from the fire, which was docked at Harbor Island Marina, blew over downtown and was visible ...
Aimee Mann, meet Cold War Kids. Blood Red Shoes, yet another drum-and-guitar rock duo sound as if tutored by both L.A. artists. They were not. They are, in fact, a British band. Laura-Mary Carter and ...
I grimaced at the tiny slip of paper in my hand. “I think this one’s written in German,” I groaned. “How am I supposed to give clues or act it out if I don’t even ...
"I’m a mix of Switchfoot and Taylor Swift,” says singer/songwriter Josh Damigo. “My music is pop, with a slight twang. I usually play acoustic, but I also have a technically talented group of guys that ...
Joe Burns of Waters Fine Foods offers up a red velvet cheesecake with chocolate ganache.
As an Asian-fusion restaurant that seeks to bring the best of Eastern and Western cuisine under one pagoda, the Lei Lounge is offering an intriguing twist to the cocktail concept. Take, for instance, one of ...
Always order the fish sauce chicken wings at Que Huong.
The local band compilation Staring at the Sun Volume 10 will debut with an all-ages show at Lestat’s on October 6, featuring a bill that includes Tolan Shaw, the Comeuppance (performing as a quartet), David ...
Fur Peace Ranch guitar camp, established in 1989 by Jorma Kaukonen and his wife Vanessa, comes to San Diego.
Thursday 27Highwayman Billy Don Burns rides into town to highjack the Shakedown stage on Thursday. Burns has produced albums and written songs for country luminaries Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Connie Smith, and Johnny Paycheck. His ...
Bolillo aims to be as big with their tortas as Chipotle is with burritos.
Communist Daughter’s “Not the Kid” rumbles along on a rolling rhythm. There is a part of the song in which singer-songwriter Johnny Solomon breathes loudly, like he’s running to get away from the rest of ...
Guidebook author Jerry Schad’s favorite Balboa Park trail and an opportunity to volunteer service.
Everything became extreme, chaotic, life-threatening for over 120,000 Japanese Americans.
Garlic carrots and surly regulars at the Greek Sombrero.
An interview with Katie Stearns, mounted martial artist (she does archery while riding a horse).
Earlier this month, the Hillcrest Business Association voted to approve a new project that will add some sparkle to a block of the community’s streets. The Uptown News reported that "the project to install a ...
Once upon a time, John Spelich was the king of San Diego PR. Today he’s in a war with Google, fighting on behalf of one of China’s biggest internet companies over the future of the ...
Pedicabs experience a surge of popularity in downtown Tijuana.
It hasn’t given away any money yet, but a federal political action committee set up by the new owners of SeaWorld has been raking in a lot of cash from park employees. The SeaWorld Parks ...
California Public Utilities Commission president Michael Peevey is under the microscope due to his cozy relationships with utility companies.
It started at Disneyland, of all places. The park brought in a DJ to perform in sync with a light show built around Tron: Legacy. My teenage son saw stars. He already makes music on ...
Hey Matt:I got my tickets yesterday to fly from Los Angeles to São Paulo, Brazil, at the end of the year. On my way to Brazil it will take 10 hours, 45 minutes on my ...
Correction Andaz San Diego was incorrectly referred to as “a Hilton hotel” in our August 30 cover story, “<a href="http://Guys Are Gross.” Andaz is a Hyatt hotel. — Editor Prostituted, Not Prostitute I was very ...
Wait! thou Maker, thou Modeler, look at us, listen to us, don’t let us fall, don’t leave us aside, thou god in the sky, on the earth, Heart of Sky, Heart of Earth, give us ...
It’s a sad posture I’ve been placed in. The gates are guarded and I can’t jump the fence; the peptic nature of too much roughage. Pills for this, pills for that. I guess I’m here ...
A San Diego newcomer (a Muslim from Vegas) falls in love with the city.
Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 6. * L. Barling, El Cajon, 6. Grown low on inspiration- oh dear. Not enough perspiration (I fear) To lead to success. Feeling poet's distress 'Cos total dessication is near. Johanna Barry, ...