Content for Tuesday, March 19, 2013
- Best events in San Diego: March 21-March 27
- Little Fish Comic Book Studio debuts American BOOOM!
- Appellate court refuses to stop closed CPUC meeting
- Man admits to dismembering woman with help of family members in Tijuana
- Industry experts bring Script to Screen symposium to San Diego
- Last call for Mission Valley Craft Beer & Food Festival
- Meth trafficker sentenced to prison
- Edison says operating San Onofre at full power is safe after all
- Louis Perez and two others ordered to trial for killing
- East Village: Pakistani food has landed!
News & Stories
A tribal education in the Kenyan bush.
Spending time in Kenya with my Maasai friend Moses was an education in animal behavior. Wandering through the bush around his village together, he would point out tracks and scat, patiently explaining to this greenhorn ...
Making my way through thick crowds of people slowly walking, talking on cell phones and holding shopping bags, I found the mounds of spices in the marketplace in Istanbul, Turkey. I'd arrived to buy various ...
Homeless sleep on premises amid graffiti, trash, and urine
The unused AT&T (formerly Pacific Bell) building in North Park continues to have homeless transients, graffiti, the smell of urine, and trash. The fortress-like structure — a perfect canvas for taggers — is located at ...
Allegedly stealing meters and pipes
A man allegedly posing as an employee of the state water agency was arrested in Tijuana on Sunday, March 17, after one of his victims noted water spewing from a meter in front of his ...
Those 450,000 cubic yards could block marsh outlet
San Diego National Wildlife Refuge biologists are monitoring the movement of the 450,000 cubic yards sand dumped on Imperial Beach shores last fall, worried that southbound sand will block the river mouth as it did ...