Content for Thursday, March 28, 2013
- Robin Adler & Mutts of the Planet: April 6
- RIP Paul Williams, North County rock journalist
- NFL doctor tries to squelch mention of CTE
- Investigative author Caitlin Rother further clarifies her remarks on DeMaio
- Hey everybody, remember Vacation?
- La Jollans protest post office closure
- Damian vs. DKC: a benefit with Buddy Banter, Grand Tarantula, and Cuckoo Chaos
- Escondido man admits misdemeanor child abuse in plea deal
- Ashley Judd makes history!
- Anisa Shamis Cox
- Council President Todd Gloria once served as a board member for the Tourism Authority
- UT San Diego hopes to add four new buildings to Mission Valley property, including a 23-story residential tower
- Obama bundler, not Filner, gets top spot at county Democrats' gala
- Friday night party bus finishes with head under car
- Baja nights: At Los Cristales you eat while you're riding the wave
- USD conference examines climate change's effects on San Diego
News & Stories
More new local craft breweries I’m excited about
Recent conversations with fellow craft beer fans recently got me to thinking about which of the 30-plus work-in-progress San Diego County breweries I’m most excited to see open. Last week, I tackled the top five. ...
Check off the UK province's must-sees, an easy drive from Dublin.
Ever since the peace accords of 1997, Northern Ireland has enjoyed a bit of a renaissance. Freed from 25 years of conflict, referred to locally as “The Troubles,” Northern Ireland has rebuilt its economy – ...
It's hotter than you probably realize
There are many studies that have been compiled for decades on techniques that people use when they are conducting a job search. The one job search method that has consistently ranked at the top for ...
Wildlife-rich wetlands preserve two hours from Cancun.
When you're in Cancun – and are tired of white sand beaches and turquoise water – drive to Río Lagartos, where you have a chance to see bright pink flamingos, sea turtles, rare birds and ...
An abandoned-baby cemetery has another angel watching over its little ones at El Camino Memorial Park after a hand-sculpted bronze statue was permanently placed on the grounds March 25. Carole Lee, of Vista, is a ...
San Diego's theme parks employ thousands
San Diego has it all; 300-plus days of sunshine, beautiful sandy beaches, great Mexican food… and theme parks. The world famous San Diego Zoo and Safari Park, Sea World, Legoland, even old-school Belmont Park bring ...
Mostly bad news
“April is the cruelest month…”, begins the first line of T.S. Eliot’s poem “The Waste Land,” perhaps more aptly retitled “The Wait Land” for the border region. This April, federal budgetary squabbles and sequestration cuts ...
The importance of face-to-face networking
For the second in a six-part series about stepping up your job search or job upgrade process, business coach Kate Hanley explains the importance of networking. Last time, we talked about the importance of the ...
A group of about 25 puppy mill protesters waved signs and chanted for two hours on March 16 in front of San Diego Puppy, a puppy shop at 5827 Mission Gorge Road. The next protest ...
An unusual connection between the oldest and youngest workers
The workplace generational gap appears to be shrinking – at least among some of the youngest and oldest workers. A new survey by Randstad, a global provider of human resource services, notes the unusual connections ...