Content for Friday, March 22, 2013
- Prince is coming to downtown's Hard Rock Hotel?!
- Hills Like Elephants celebrate release of Feral Flocks at Bar Pink
- Filner seeks "change agent" in new chief operating officer, recruiting brochure says
- Repeat felon gets 3 years California State prison
- San Diegan claims he was fired for not being gay
- Mickey Mouse, izzat you?
- "Papa" Doug Manchester is "Papa" no more
- New releases opening this week
- Big Texas money enters San Diego's fourth district city council fray
- SD unemployment rises in January as jobs decline
- Little cookies, long story at El Cuervo
- Trials and tribulations: State wants to charge $10 fee for public to view court files
- More than 200,000 travelers expected in Baja California for Easter
- San Onofre cost three times as much shut down as replacement power
- The Vanishing Women of Baja
- New York Times cites LPL's regulatory problems
- Snooze you can use: Ping Pong tonight at Snooze, Hillcrest!
News & Stories
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Not enough “points” to justify it
San Carlos Navajo Community Planners, Inc. (NCPI) on March 18 voted 8-1 to take an alternate method of requesting a four-way stop at Cowles Mountain Boulevard and Boulder Lake Avenue, a San Carlos intersection that ...
“Timbalake” is back! From the opening seconds of “Pusher Love Girl,” you can sense a new brand of swag. Luscious strings, sick beats, filthy vocals. It’s 9:23 a.m. and “Don’t Hold the Wall” is grooving ...
Drummer Paul Motian died in New York City in 2011, on the 48th anniversary of John Kennedy’s assassination. He carried one cymbal around with him for the last 30 of his 80 years on Earth, ...