Content for Tuesday, January 8, 2013
- Baja & Border News Translations: Missing American Sought; Talks Attended by More Than 8,000 Youth
- Baja & Border News Translations: Pickers are Afraid of Losing Jobs; Suit Prepared Against "Sola Basic"
- Baja & Border News Translations: PRI Will Meet to Set Details; "Rules of the VAT Game" Unknown
- Standout jazz releases from 2012
- Baja & Border News Translations: Deputy Asks for Regular Importation of Used Cars; Snow Causes Temporary Road Closure to La Rumorosa
- Eighteen-year-old woman admits driving stolen vehicle
- San Marcos man accused of stealing beauty cremes
- Best San Diego Events: January 10-16
- National Crime Museum names their five favorite gangster films
- SANDAG Board of Directors' annual retreat
- Afterimage: Lincoln
- San Diegan guilty of basketball heist
- Baja & Border News Translations: Search for 59,313 New BC Jobs in 2013; Woman Dies from Hit and Run on Insurgents
- Pac-Arts launches Drive-By Cinema next month
- Baja & Border News Translations: Pediatric Cancer Center Will Double Capacity; Councilor Invites Community to Hear Report
- Street Style: UTC Mall
- The Big Screen's live blogcast of the Golden Globes this Sunday
- Bob Filner, stand-up guy
- Project Homeless Connect kicks off drive for donations, volunteers
- First Look: ChuckAlek Independent Brewers
- Democrats rule in lucrative Filner committee appointments
- Developer proposes expansive La Jolla mansion
- Gonzalez fundraising tops $100K in less than a month
- Baja & Border News Translations: Monumental Rosca de Reyes Hosted by Cecut; No Nursing Celebration Due to Budget
- Popular concerto at San Diego Symphony
News & Stories
Far off the beaten path...
The Carpathian Mountains of Ukraine occupy the far western part of the country. They are considered moderate – nothing quite as massive or high as the Rockies, nor as rolling or subtle as the Appalachians. ...
A project apart from controversial detour extension
The San Diego City Council on January 8 unanimously approved a cooperative agreement between the City and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) to seismically retrofit and rehabilitate the Laurel Street (Cabrillo) Bridge. Under the ...
Sewer contractor crushes electrical cable
About 1300 people in Normal Heights went without electricity for ten hours, starting at 5 p.m. Monday, January 7, after a construction crew replacing sewer pipes crushed underground power lines at 33rd Street and Meade ...
Wines, olive oil, fresh produce and herbs near the PCH.
Enjoy a few leisurely hours driving east along picturesque Carmel Valley Road, just off Highway 1 near Carmel, California, where you can stop, taste and shop for veggies and herbs on an organic farm and ...
Posing as a Tuareg nomad.
When you travel far enough for long enough, sometimes very cool things happen that sound like a far-fetched story to many. I have traveled both long and far enough. Photographing in Mali, West Africa, I ...
Selection changes for Three Kings holiday
Entering Best Donuts Deli in Clairemont this past Sunday, January 6, I was greeted by a display case full of Mexican pastries unlike the ones I’m more familiar with — their empanadas, muffins, cakes, and ...