Content for Tuesday, March 5, 2013
- Best events in San Diego through March 13
- 4th annual San Diego Experimental Guitar show debuts as two-night extravaganza
- Fallbrook man accused in death of toddler in his care
- A Late Saturday Afternoon Lunch at Mikko in Carlsbad
- In Filner case, tangled tale of four GOP leaning judges
- Calder Quartet at UCSD
- What a difference a Doris Day makes (especially when it's Jean Seberg)
- Port selects artist for marine terminal projects
- California border apprehensions lowest in over 10 years
- San Diego Latino Film Festival runs March 7 - 17
- Sloppy's Burritos opens in Hillcrest
- Beers of the Week: Churchill's Pub's Renaissance Brews
- PA woman cleared to sue local baby products manufacturer
- Rock Out Karaoke ending 4-year residency in Pacific Beach
News & Stories
Immersion in a Hmong mountain village.
It was still dark outside when the roosters' crows aroused me from my slumber. Surrounded by a mosquito net in an unfamiliar cabin, the aching of my body from the previous day's excursion reminded me ...
Should the troubled district change their name?
The Sweetwater school district owns several properties that it is trying to flip into condo/apartment developments. The properties, located in western Chula Vista, are on L Street, Third Avenue, Fifth Avenue (district headquarters), and Moss ...
Stonewash makes a comback
Stonewash, the one style trend I hoped would never make a comeback, reared its ugly head on the SDSU campus. While at SDSU I spotted a mix-match of trends pulled from both the 1980s and ...
This Gold Rush ghost town wastes on the edge of Death Valley.
Rolling into the small town of Beatty, Nevada, is a strange experience. One of the few settlements on the edge of the brutal Death Valley, it appears as a welcome rise of gaudy lights after ...