Content for Thursday, May 23, 2013
- Mary had a little lamb a la Tchaikovsky
- Memorial Day Review
- San Diego tourism lags other California coast metros
- Study finds unfair, unsafe working conditions for San Diego taxi drivers
- Smoke & Guns: a cocktail standoff at Roseville Cozinha
- Pac-Arts monthly Film Forum now open to non-members
- Carrier suit against U-T begins tomorrow
- Save San Onofre Coalition accuses transportation agency of trying to resurrect a plan to build a toll road to Trestles
- Yoga = Satanism
- Cardinals top Padres in clash of rookie pitchers
- Brown appoints new Superior Court judges
- Salt and Cleaver: moonshine, brats, and duck confit
- Linda Vista: Broken rice's secret power
- Homeland Security grant to send nearly $17 million for weapons, surveillance to San Diego region
- Much-hyped Venter Big Oil algae deal heads back to drawing board
- City Attorney finds gaps in Mayor Filner's effort to remove traffic from Balboa Park's Plaza de Panama
- Trailer Park: The World's End
- Trailer Park: Last Vegas
- Baja authorities searching for missing 11 year old girl
- There was no answer at the front door, so burglars went around to the back
- Dig a hole: Steve Forrest
- Third conspirator pleads guilty in plot to kidnap San Diegans
- Blonde burglar sentenced to 4 years prison
- Escondido man who ran over women in crosswalk is sentenced
- Inappropriate exposure at California tanning salon gets 2 years prison
News & Stories
They scare away the seagulls
The two manmade platforms in the port area of National City are home to young osprey this year — for at least the third time in the past five years. There are two chicks on ...
Statewide protest to voice objections with management
Thirty minutes into a healthcare workers rally at UC San Diego Thornton Hospital, La Jolla, on May 21, a healthcare technician in blue scrubs approached the microphone and said a deal had been reached between ...
"I worked at a dude ranch for five summers, and I loved it."
Remember when you were a kid and your parents bought you new sneakers, wrote your name in your underwear, and shipped you off to summer camp while they went to Hawaii? Do you recall all ...
Everyone’s a writer. Or so it seems these days with all the blogs and gossip and news sites. Communication and journalism degrees are still being sought after by college students… but why? Recently CareerCast.com, a ...
...and other job interview dress tips
Warren Carter, of The QualiFind Group, explains the importance of dressing for success. First, please tell me what you do. I’m the founder and president of The QualiFind Group. We are composed of three separate ...
Career-opportunity training in peril
On Friday, May 17, teachers from Sweetwater’s Regional Occupation/Career Technical Education program attended a hearing in district offices in hopes of averting their fate — they are scheduled to lose their jobs in June. Last ...
Compassion isn’t a word that is easily digested in the business world. More often, we like to define our businesses as results-oriented, hard-driving and able to steamroll any obstacles that stand in the way of ...
Definitive high-meets-low Belgian culture.
I got off the train to Antwerp, Belgium, at Central Station, named by Newsweek as the fourth most beautiful train station in the world, just around the crack of dawn. The town square was lifeless, ...
People trembling with fear
Three armed thieves boarded a Tijuana city bus bound for an outlying campus of the Autonomous University of Baja California on Tuesday, May 21, and robbed about 50 terrified passengers, most of them students. The ...