Content for Friday, May 17, 2013
- Tim Lambesis’ bail lowered to $2 million
- Pregame ponderings on a Friday
- New lawsuit challenges Todd Gloria's pledge to open government
- Border: After 43 years selling snacks, no customers
- Ian Tordella : Twin Tenors @ 98 Bottles, May 24
- Chopard Jewelers express concern over Bling Ring brand-building partnership
- Number two and trying harder
- CutMod chops veggies, video for chance to tour as Psy's personal chef
- Glass prison funnies!
- You're Soooooo Vein!
- New releases opening this week: Star Trek Into Darkness, The Iceman
- Drawings depicting posh stadium for La Jolla billionaire family's NBA team released
- Mule Hill: Field Notes
- Mauro Talini's last bike ride
- Interview with Star Trek Into Darkness producer Bryan Burk
- Disney announces third entry in "Planes, Trains, and Automobiles" trilogy
- Baked Bear
- April county unemployment drops sharply to 7%
- Qualcomm’s Jacobs family to sink big money into Sacramento NBA team, paper reports
- California State Gas Tax Increasing July 1st While Current Gas Taxes Wasted By City Governments
- "You're goin' to the moon, Méliès!"
- Median home prices up 23 percent compared to 2012
- Second annual La Jolla High School Film Festival tonight
- Carlsbad broker suspended, fined for trust activity
- Strasburg propels Nationals to win over Padres
- Microbial life vs. multicellular life in opera
News & Stories
Today (May 17) is National Bike to Work Day, celebrated annually on the third Friday in May, and the San Diego Association of Governments, along with others in regional government, have gone to considerable lengths ...
Every summer, my daughter's hair turns green. No matter how much I spend on chlorine-fighting shampoo or how religiously I rinse her white-blonde tresses after swimming, it inevitably develops an aqua tint. I worry that ...
Flowers gather under ghost bike
About 50 cyclists gathered in south Clairemont on May 15 for a ten-mile “ride of silence.” It was the second memorial ride held this month to honor Eric Ringdahl, 45, who was killed April 21 ...
Delayed due to permitting and contractor concerns
In April, coastal drivers on Carlsbad Boulevard (Coast Highway) may have wondered why the city sandblasted away all the pedestrian crosswalk markings, especially in light of the reported overkill by the city in pedestrian signage ...
Vet of The Lost Abbey, Boulevard to helm upcoming Vista brewpub.
This easy SF getaway offers redwoods and great coastal hikes.
The quiet shoreline of Muir Beach is set among centuries-old redwoods on a remote stretch of Northern California coast. You'll feel a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of nearby San Francisco. At ...
Trustee Jim Cartmill: "Tonight we are beginning the dance."
The Monday, May 13, meeting of the Sweetwater Union High School District was raucous…again. The potential agreement with Alliant University was one source of contention. Trustee Bertha Lopez said while she supported choices for students, ...
Picked up by SeaWorld later
Swimmers and lifeguards at Playas de Tijuana saved a stranded dolphin on the evening of Tuesday, May 14, as it floundered about in the beach shallows. According to 14-year-old beach-goer Azul Garibaldi, the youthful delfin ...
California Kebab’s anniversary happening amid brewhouse flux.
India pale ale? family-run Vista brewery says, "make it a triple!"
Last year was the first in which triple IPAs like Russian River Pliny the Younger and Dogfish Head 120-Minute IPA became available enough that I had the chance to taste them not once, but several ...
The first time I saw Boz Scaggs perform live was at the Matrix club in San Francisco in the early ’60s. Scaggs and another unknown, the future "gangster of love," Steve Miller, were fronting a ...
When Prince sang the words “let’s go crazy” during the third of his four Hard Rock Hotel shows, was he talking about the people who forked over an eye-widening $250 a ticket? Was he referring ...
For want of some mail
The 48 protest letters from property owners fell short of the 6451-majority needed to block the sewer-rate increase that the La Mesa City Council approved unanimously on May 14. Provisions in Proposition 218, which voters ...