Content for Thursday, February 7, 2013
- Planeteer Pack's 1-Year Anniversary this Saturday
- Stand Bayou? Lincoln Park has Louisiana frogs a-fryin’
- Baja & Border News Translations: Tijuana Auditorium Languishes; No detainees in Acapulco-Spanish rape case; Efforts made to formalize workers; 46,000 children will go to Museo El Trompo for free
- Downtown’s Local: Simple soup’n suds
- Pizza Port's 4th Annual Brewbies Festival, twice the fun
- Additional notes on French sexual harrasser Pepe Le Pew
- OFF! cancels Casbah, Ghetto Blaster added
- City of Chula Vista sued by woman who fell as a result of a broken City sidewalk
- Irwin Jacobs donates $3 million for Plaza de Panama Speed Circuit
- Lobbyists use Twitter to rip Filner over downtown banquet speech
- Horton Plaza announces new free parking plan
- Jonathan McMurtry: thoughts on acting
- Sheriffs in Ramona visit the "Chicken Ranch"
- No more free parking at Whoreton Plaza
- One way to negotiate: threaten to blow up the plant
- Dalila debut at San Diego Opera
- Massachusetts nails LPL Financial
- Thoughts on mental illness and corporate control
- Rick Perry's La Jolla super PAC down to its last $946
- Isola serves lovin' from the oven
- City gets $75,000 state grant for urban forestry plan
- Alleged San Marcos gangster brought before a judge
News & Stories
District property to be apartments or soccer stadium?
In 2005, in conjunction with a nonprofit group called California Trust for Public Schools, aka Plan Nine Partners, LLC, the Sweetwater Union High School district borrowed $25,415,000 and $8,235,00 in variable-rate bonds to buy property ...
(And I feel fine.)
December 21, 2012, marked the milestone of not just another candle on my birthday cake, but also the Apocalypse: when the Maya's "Long Count" calendar indicated the end of a 5,126-year era. Forget America’s “fiscal ...
Project to ease access for disabled
A sidewalk makeover at the corner of College Boulevard and Alvarado Road near SDSU is making the congested area more user-friendly for the disabled and those in wheelchairs. Work crews were busy on the morning ...