Content for Wednesday, December 12, 2012
- Robo-signing settlement
- A Thank You
- Baja & Border News Translations: Teachers Protest Unpaid Bonuses
- Baja & Border News Translations: 3,040 BC Children Live in Shelters; Money Laundering Law Requires Society
- Big border busts
- It’s a Proper pity
- Digiplex agrees to purchase 5 local UltraStar Cinemas
- Ice cream across America
- Walter Mencken's Almost Factual Christmas gift recommendations #3
- Baja & Border News Translations: Son of Professor Shot in Rosarito; More than 8,000 Healthy Births Registered
- SD middle class vanishing
- Baja & Border News Translations: 3 Hour Wait from Tijuana to U.S.; Help is Asked to Locate Missing Child, 14
- Your Week: December 13-19
- Back to seeking ban
- Ravi Shankar: George Harrison was right
- An even closer look at the trailer for Oblivion
- A closer look at the trailer for Man of Steel
- EPN visits
- A closer look at the trailers for Oblivion and After Earth
- Oligarch at sea
- Beginnings: Sylvester Stallone
- Baby + gun = Facebook fun!
- Stubborn as a mule
- Prison riot
- Baja & Border News Translations: Mota Hidden in Vehicle Engine; Dangerous Thief Captured
- Baja & Border News Translations: 2 Men Rape Young Girl; Be Careful! There is "Daycare Syndrome"
News & Stories
Love and money from a website
San Diegans have had varying degrees of success raising money for their business ventures through Kickstarter.
Confronted three times in past year
After the fanfare was over at the Sweetwater Union High School District meeting on December 10, after San Diego mayor Bob Filner stood by recently reelected Pearl Quiñones's side as she was sworn in (referring ...
Heymatt:I was born and raised in San Diego County. Now I am living in North Carolina and I NEED an answer to my question. Back in the 1960s there was a late-night/early-morning television show. The ...
Bistro d’Asia in Coronado was a Mexican restaurant when Marilyn Monroe and Errol Flynn came to dine.
Stephanie O’Mary-Berwald’s halibut ceviche recipe speaks for itself.
The annual nighttime holiday boat procession known as the Mission Bay Parade of Lights, held on Saturday, December 8, was not what it was advertised to be. Some websites stated approximately 100 boats would participate, ...
Did you hear the one about the triathlete who crashed and broke her arm trying to ride her bike down the sidewalk? I did. Heard it straight from the bruised party’s mouth at the third ...
Interview with Temple Solel associate rabbi Josh Burrows.
If you’re not ready for Tijuana, try El Uno Bar in City Heights.
Colin Smith emails from London that when the Blood plays San Diego, they plan to open with “Megalomania.” That was the band’s first single, a short little blast that ridiculed the Pope. It almost sounds ...
Thursday 13Need some art? Want to save some tail? Well, look no furrrther than El Dorado downtown, where lo-fi electro-pop duo Lion Cut is hosting an art auction slash benefit for big kitties. The pair ...
Jane Austen’s characters read each other like novels. They inspect qualities, every human chapter and verse, and sum them up in lists of checks and balances. In Persuasion, Austen writes, “Her manners were open, easy, ...
My nephew Brian greeted us just inside the door to my mother’s house. On his head was a fuzzy Santa hat, and in his hands he held a black plastic camera. “Say, ‘Cheese,’” he said ...
La Jolla millionaire R.B. “Buzz” Woolley, the charter-school advocate and founder of the Voice of San Diego online news site, didn’t exactly have a great political year. The labor-union foe and hotel investor was one ...
An analysis of Jack in the Box’s involvement with Qdoba, a Mexican food chain the company acquired in 2003
The video for “Into the Depths” by the Soft Moon is filmed in grainy black-and-white, with claustrophobia-inducing camera work. It shows a woman who keeps looking over her shoulder in fear as she runs through ...
Little Italy venue Anthology to close in 2013 for repairs and renovations
One of the finest trails in Palomar Mountain State Park is this loop with great surrounding views and interesting plants.
Now that Chargers coach Norv Turner and manager A.J. Smith will be shown the door at the end of the season, who will be the next coach?
Besides performing Wayne Riker teaches guitar at Coleman Tech High School in Kearny Mesa.
Marisa Siervo writes about Orestes, the seven-foot-tall Italian-Greek pen pal she couldn’t fall in love with.
It’s December, what better time to be looking for a gift-raiser? San Diego State University is in the market for one. “The primary responsibility for this position is to raise major gifts for the College ...
Hot pizza started it, maybe more than one knife ended a conflict involving an ex-boyfriend, another man, and crystal meth in Escondido
Former San Diego mayor Jerry Sanders left office last week in a familiar way, reporting the gift of a free Chargers ticket he made to a fellow pol. The final disclosed recipient of Sanders’s largesse: ...
Ramona’s main street, named Main Street, is where Highway 67 from the south merges into SR-78 coming in from Oceanside on the way to Julian and the desert. The eucalyptus on the west end of ...
What’s that odd building near Miramar?
Enough of Apple Pie Don Bauder’s November 21 article, “Hispanic vote calls shots in San Diego (City Lights),” regarding changes to voting demographics, was definitely a factor in the recent election. However, I believe that ...
Taking little notice of her womanly ambitions he captured her with words of love and all of the positions, explored her beauty bodily from lip to breast to bottom, but left her mind a mystery, ...
Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 5. L. Barling, El Cajon, 5. Johanna Barry, Pine Valley, 5. Evelyn Bowser, Hillcrest, 5. Bob Carlson, Serra Mesa, 5. Leslie Chase, Campo, 5. * Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 5. There's a ...