Content for Thursday, April 25, 2013
- High five on Fifth: Toscana delivers sausage, cerveza, sun
- Former Wells Fargo banker charged with embezzlement
- Music and Arts School Rock 'n' Roll San Diego to host concerts
- Review: 10 reasons why The Big Wedding was an offer DeNiro couldn't refuse
- Settlement finalized over UT San Diego's deal website complaints
- Fourteen Barrio Logan property owners represented 70 percent of vote needed to establish new Barrio Logan Maintenance Assessment District
- Cycling and half marathon in Eastlake
- Point Loma MS walk
- Boston Marathon concert to console and reflect
- DVD Rentals: The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974)
- Making lemonade out of lemony moments
- Housing values in Western metro areas soaring
- Tijuana's culinary future
- Eight immigrants receive prison sentences
- Padres edge Brewers to avoid sweep
News & Stories
Mayor Filner appropriates funds from budget surplus
On Tuesday, April 22, the San Diego City Council voted to keep open the homeless veterans’ tent shelter at 2801 Sports Arena Boulevard. The shelter, a 150-bed facility for homeless vets that usually operates from ...
Take the kids to this sculpture garden in Escondido.
Thirty miles up I-15 from San Diego, in Escondido, you’ll find Queen Califia’s Magical Circle. This is the unnatural habitat of wild animals that escaped from the imagination of Niki de Saint Phalle. She’s the ...
No injuries in maquiladora neighborhood
A fire at a Tijuana warehouse for industrial wastes set off several small explosions and led to the evacuation of several nearby maquiladoras and a day-care center for factory workers on the afternoon of April ...
Specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timebound
For the third in a six-part series about stepping up your job search or job upgrade process, business coach Kate Kerr (nee Hanley) explains the importance of goal setting. We’ve talked about the role of ...
Farmers near and far need your help
“Hardest job I’ve ever had,” Kaplan said. “Best job I ever had too.” It’s strawberry season in California and almost time for the sweet Rainier cherries to be picked in Washington, but who will pick ...
No shortage of history in this Texan desert treasure.
I’ve never considered visiting graveyards a “must-see” travel experience, but I’ll have to admit that lately I am finding a wealth of history and a deep sense of place that develops necessarily when jaunting graveyard ...
Rob Smith, of the Job Readiness training program at Second Chance, explains the importance of interview readiness. In your program what is the very first thing you stress to your clients about interviewing? We stress ...
Employers seek broadly educated, better thinking graduates
Some employers today are not happy with the quality of college graduates who show up on their doorsteps. They say the college graduates usually possess the technical skills they need to land a job but ...