Content for Friday, July 5, 2013
- Baja BeerFest showcases craft brews in Tijuana
- Jazz trifecta weekend
- Ryan Leaf could serve his Texas term in Montana
- The tortilla ladies: Delivering it fresh and hot on San Diego Avenue
- Stealth attacks in San Diego's sixth district council race already flying
- Protest decries NSA surveillance
- Cavalleria gives hope and coupons
- Still screaming over streaming
- Short Story- DON'T TRUST 'EM
- Study: CPUC and Edison collaborated to scam ratepayers
- Jobs leap 195,000; jobless rate stays at 7.6%
- Southpaw: Wild life behind the batting cage
News & Stories
Former meat man's variety of beers finally on display in Santee
I was there when charcuterie ace-turned-brewmaster Rey Knight sold the first of his beers to the public at Ritual Tavern in 2011. I hardly knew what to expect. I knew the guy could fashion fantastic ...
Part 1 in a spiritual tourism series.
Faith tourism is a booming billion-dollar industry, yet humans have sought refuge from the mundane drudgery of their daily lives and taken "holidays" in remote sanctuaries from the beginning of time in order to revive ...
June 28 vote seals deal
San Quintín, a bucolic beachfront community about 185 miles south of the international border, will apparently become Baja California's sixth officially recognized municipality. By a 23-0 vote on June 28, the state legislature approved a ...
Budget cuts and a retirement strain level of service
On July 1, the Chula Vista Public Library raised its fee for photo reproductions from its digitized photographic collection from $3 to $125. In June, photo reproductions were suspended until the implementation of the new ...
Has it really been 40 years? Well, their eponymous debut album was recorded in 1973 but actually released June 26, 1974. Just one day short of 39 years from the date of their near sell-out ...