Content for Thursday, June 20, 2013
- The World Cup of Classical Composers
- Donut Bar: Comfort food central?
- Joshua White: solo, June 23
- Allen Jones reportedly out as Mayor Filner's Deputy Chief of Staff.
- Repeat felon denies new charges in San Diego County courtroom
- Ocean Beats: Ana Sia, Eprom, Grenier, Epcot, Mastah Syphe
- Mass Creativity Day at The New Children's Museum
- Sacramento resident pleads guilty to smuggling endangered fish here
- Clues sought in Imperial Beach assault (updated)
- 7th annual Caesar Salad Festival in Tijuana
- Free Vargas road trip rolls into Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay
- On the street (named after me) where you live
- Area hacker releases statement on "Operation Peekaloo"
- Appeal over Romney's proposed remodel dropped. Project set to move forward.
- SDPD: "Membership should have its privileges."
- The Future of School Reform
- Giants come back to beat Padres again
- Family sues Monsanto Company for role in death of former airport employee
- Charlie Carwell, student expelled because of abusive ex-pastor, tells his story
- Broke Girls Coffee Bar open in Normal Heights
- Interview with Much Ado About Nothing director Joss Whedon
- Lacrosse tournament may cause traffic problems, Del Mar officials say
- Home values in West, including SD, continue soaring
News & Stories
A pair of San Diego homebrewers’ long lead brewing aspirations
Back in the day, the homebrewers I knew had pretty predictable goals: learn how to make beer, make beer, drink beer, repeat as needed. Nowadays, many of the recreational fermentation fanatics I meet are either ...
Lots of conveniences…one too many?
Hundreds of Encinitas residents turned out last week for the reopening of Moonlight Beach. The city finished $4.8 million in renovations on June 13. While the increased sand area, new concession stand, view deck, and ...
Adjacent lots purchased, site enlarged
The on-again, off-again affordable Atmosphere apartment project in downtown San Diego is on again, but hurry up and wait if you want to qualify for an apartment there. The San Diego City Council approved the ...
Seafood and wildlife haven on the Florida panhandle.
There’s a place in Florida where wildlife abounds, where you can snorkel, scuba dive, bird watch, canoe, kayak and hike in relative isolation in Mother Nature’s sanctuary. This same place is a haven for seafood: ...
Company to build 450 houses on languishing golf course
On Tuesday evening, June 18, the board of directors of ECCHO, a neighborhood group formed to stop housing development on Escondido Country Club property, reported to over 400 interested residents at Life Community Church. Also ...
The benefits of professional association membership.
Associations vary as much as the industries they represent. Most provide resources for their members, including networking events, education, industry research, publications, professional services, and perhaps job listings. These events may be face-to-face, which is ...
This Beijing performance art may be an acquired taste...
“Tonight we will see living national treasures!” our guide, Bao Chui, announced dramatically while poking his chopsticks around our noodle lunch in Beijing. To the uninitiated, the Beijing Opera can be either a dazzling visual ...
Jamila DeCarli explains how The San Diego Community College District’s WorkAbility III program can help provide vocational counseling for students with disabilities. First, tell me about the WorkAbility program and your part in it. The ...
Update your technology.
There may be no more exciting moment for a business owner or executive than to see your employees fully engaged in their jobs, creatively and enthusiastically looking for ways to be more efficient. This is ...
Piñata made from receipts
During the public-comment portion of La Mesa City Council meetings, people may speak for three minutes on any non-agenda item. At the June 11 meeting, a woman wearing a button with the message, "I [heart] ...