Content for Friday, February 8, 2013
- San Diego retiree healthcare 3% funded
- How TaylorMade drove past neighbor Callaway
- Baja & Border News Translations: Theft of cables generates millions in losses; Tijuana Fire Department offers Open Water Lifeguard Certification; Children who ran-away are located; Second "Gasolinazo" of 2013 will come Saturday
- Day after Jacobs speaks, Plaza de Panama lobbying deal with Shepard ends
- Art of East Asia Finally Sees the Light
- Along Came A Spider @ 98 Bottles
- Author & Punisher sets off on U.S. tour
- New releases opening this week
- Baja & Border News Translations: LGBT demand more respect; Cable thief dies by electrocution; 2013 National Olympiad “Yo soy Baja”
- Skirmish over security contracts at Qualcomm Stadium
- Local municipalities pushing to get cats sterilized ahead of peak breeding season
- Power the Paradigm San Diegans!
- Tapley hits last second three, gives SDSU win
- San Diego tourism ad found among ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner's effects
- Filner v. the San Diego Downtown Partnership - BONUS CODA
- Filner takes on the Downtown San Diego Partnership
- A closer look at the lighting at Bob Filner's speech to the Downtown Business Partnership
- Review: Identity Thief
- Tijuana police on watch for Dorner, suspected cop killer
- Adam's Steak 'n Eggs
- Beer of the Week: Silva Stout
- State Coastal Conservancy, San Diego County set to fund $1,980,000 Tijuana River Valley trail system
- Crawfish & Euphoria Brass Band highlighted at Saltbox and Local Habit
News & Stories
O.B. Planning Board denies variance request
In a blow against the gentrification of Ocean Beach, architect Elizabeth Young's plans for a 400-foot variance on a planned three-story residence were shot down by the Ocean Beach Planning Board on February 6. The ...
Across the bay, tales of the paranormal at the Hotel Del and Loews resort.
“You see that too, right?” Lacey held her wine glass at half-mast, staring at the steps leading from the Hotel Del Coronado to the Pacific Ocean. We were outdoors at Babcock & Story, the Del’s ...
It’s embarrassing to admit I’ve never heard of a band that’s been around since 2002 — which convinces me its winsome sound transcends “noteworthy,” demanding “essential” status — unless that sound is so good that ...
Forty years after the album’s release, the Who have hit the road with Quadrophenia, a tale of Jimmy the Mod’s identity crisis, as told by rockers of stadiums. From ambient opener “I Am the Sea” ...