Content for Friday, January 18, 2013
- San Diego 50 Mile and Trail Marathon
- Baja & Border News Translations: BC HIV-AIDS Cases Drop in National Ranking; 45 Days Given to Resolve Semefo Conflict
- Baja & Border News Translations: SEE Prepares Educational Services for 39,000 Students; Strong Winds Forecasted in Region
- Baja & Border News Translations: Sedesom Launches Food Project in Marginal Areas
- Baja & Border News Translations: Discounts and Incentives Attract Property Tax Payments
- Carlsbad Marathon and Half Marathon Expo
- More San Diego Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Training
- Ryan Leaf in state prison
- Free jazz double-bill at USD
- Gaslamp: Dick’s cleaning up (its patio, not its act)
- Telesco, McCoy, and Whisenhurst lay out strategy for Chargers' future
- Fabian Nunez willing to write check to any Hueso running for public office?
- It's Just Surfing: art and photography in Barrio Logan
- Movies opening this week
- Mexico’s peso and stock market staying strong
- Baja & Border News Translations: Family is Bound by Dark Criminal History; Crash on Avenida Reforma
- Hot as you like: we talk salsa with Chris Springer
- Baja & Border News Translations: Missing 5-Year-Old Girl Found Dead; Murdered Cecilia’s Stepfather is Addict and Thief
- Chargers hire Terry Richardson as new Charger Girl photographer
- New Chargers coach Mike "Real" McCoy: "Moving to San Diego is the opportunity of a lifetime."
- Home prices rise across county
- December unemployment drops
- Filner can veto port nominations, city attorney memo says
- City Attorney accuses lawyers for Medical Marijuana patients of playing hardball with City
- Sycuan band of Native Americans plans Great White Slaughter in February
- Downtown's newest cocktail bar
- Review: Mama
- The Prado at Night
- Border Patrol seizes cocaine, heroin, meth in North County
- San Diego All-Stars Defeat LA City All-Stars 24-17 in Westlake Village
- Economy 2013 "maddeningly slow"
News & Stories
A first impression following the 3-year anniversary of the quake.
I stepped off the plane and onto the tarmac, directed toward a small white building with bright blue lettering: "Toussaint Louverture." The massive cracks in the side of the building were visible even before we ...
A synth player who leaves a popular Aussie band, St Helens, to explore the possibilities of himself with his machines? Sounds like a fairly risky set-up. But the short-lived indie band’s ex-songwriter/singer/guitarist/keyboardist has crafted a ...
Since 1997 the band from East Essex named Keane has been producing piano-driven melodies much to the delight of fans both here and overseas. The quartet showcased their music library for the sold-out crowd at ...
Foundation objects to “Christian worldview”
The Sweetwater Union High School District voted in 2011 to move forward on a university-related project. Superintendent Ed Brand told the Reader in a December 2011 interview that the district was surveying the residents to ...