Content for Friday, June 21, 2013
- Matthewdavid, Sixties Guns, Karaoke, and Joshua Brandon at Moustache Bar
- Lincoln Club accuses Mayor Filner of ruining City's reputation.
- San Diego Indie Craft Market stitches Queen Bee
- Terri Nunn nostalgic for Fair
- SD hotel business up, but lagging other coast markets
- DUI patrol heads to the fair
- San Diego's GOP fundraising fox hosted by lobbyists' PAC
- County unemployment rate drops to 6.7% in May
- Barbecue 81 and American Voodoo set to open
- Movies opening this week: World War Z, Monsters University, and more
- Eat & Drink for a Cause Sunday at Tiger! Tiger!
- Widow of alleged rock-throwing man killed by Border Patrol sues officials, U.S.
- 27th Annual La Jolla Festival of the Arts
- Catalina Excursion
News & Stories
Elderly man escapes to tell police of intruder
At approximately 7:30 a.m. on Friday, June 21, residents in an apartment complex in the 1400 block of 14th Street in Imperial Beach heard their neighbors yelling and screaming and called 911. The responding sheriff’s ...
They, not councilmembers, will decide density and height zoning matters
With an extremely high voter turnout for a one-issue special election, over 40 percent of Encinitas’ voters turned out on June 18 to express their opinion on Proposition A — the Right to Vote Initiative. ...
Steven Brunner, aka Thundercat, was never one to be nailed to a single genre. Working alongside the likes of Eryka Badu and Suicidal Tendencies in the past, Brunner has melodically displayed dexterity both audibly and ...
A decade into the game, the Thermals have become an afterthought, taken for granted by many rock critics and musical outlets. They never had a radio hit or took risks with their sound. And yet ...
Escondido brewery’s strong ale raises money for hometown human society
Nine months in, Year One has been one of adjustments for Tom Garcia, the owner and brewmaster at Offbeat Brewing Company (1223 Pacific Oaks Place, #101, Escondido). When he launched last fall, he didn’t go ...
Against the law with no government permit
Tijuana police arrested 15 people and seized 15 roosters after raiding a clandestine cockfighting ring in the city's Niño Artillero neighborhood. According to accounts in several Tijuana newspapers, officers were summoned to the scene around ...