Content for Thursday, June 13, 2013
- Marriott wants fat subsidy to keep Tony Robbins seminar in Palm Desert
- Man born in Tijuana prison suspected of killing 7 in La Paz
- Kwassman Sextet storms Dizzy's
- Family waited at school for Escondido boy who was taken
- La Jolla Symphony: Transcendent (2 of 2)
- Interview with The East star and co-writer Brit Marling
- Interview with The East director and co-writer Zal Batmanglij
- Meet skateboarder Ryan Sheckler at premiere screening of The Motivation on June 13
- Author & Punisher: Women & Children
- Mitt Romney's renovation hits a snag. Appeal filed to halt project.
- No conflicts of interest in hiring D.C. lobbyist, San Diego development honcho says
- Florida man charged with kidnapping boy in Escondido, California
- Please come to San Diego, Iron Press.
- San Diegans for Open Government challenges legality of assessment districts in a June 12 lawsuit
- Someone spank crybabies Lucas & Spielberg and send them to bed without their suppers
- Though shutdown is permanent, San Onofre woes continue
- Fitch gives SD lease revenue bonds A+ rating
- Collage Menage duo shoots full-length Batman fan film
- Country invades City (Heights)! Nate's Garden Grill
News & Stories
Three days of rumbling at the bullring
As many as 8000 motorcyclists are expected to converge this weekend at the Plaza Monumental bullring in Playas de Tijuana for the third Tijuana Bike Fest. The three-day event is scheduled to get under way ...
Before participating in a beer judging, the thought of such an event conjured visions of a white walled, nondescript room filled with long tables flanked by rigid chairs supporting hard men focused to the nth ...
Shots fired, bottles broken, condoms left behind
On June 8, Justice/Overcoming Boundaries, a community-organizing group, hosted a neighborhood forum at St. Mark’s Church in Chula Vista. About 100 residents turned out to discuss neighborhood empowerment and participate in three breakout groups: transportation, ...
Conquistadors to the Civil War, Florida to Mississippi.
Empires rise and they fall, leaving behind the ruins of their fortresses. Until armored warships rendered masonry forts and their black powder cannons obsolete, warring European empires set on colonizing the rest of the world ...
New group an outgrowth of OB Crime Watch
Volunteers showed up to a table set up near the seawall at the foot of Newport Avenue in O.B. on June 12 to sign up and help out a new group trying to make a ...
Polen cultivates art, music, food, drink, and fashion in Tijuana with periodic street fairs.
Singing lemurs, jungle treks and reflections on travel.
Tina, my male Malagasy guide, planned a trip to the Andasibe National Park and a small lemur reserve. On the walk there we discussed different cultural aspects of Madagascar and his history. Arriving in the ...
Survival and the memory of a little boy
Twenty-six-year-old Hassan Sheighei lost his leg in a gun battle ten years ago in Somalia. He was walking to the store when he heard gunfire. He saw someone running, and the Somali enemy mistook him ...