Content for Wednesday, May 29, 2013
- Nurses charged with misconduct, including sex assault
- Psychologist gets 21 months for falsifying records
- Heroic enough: San Diego Symphony (2 of 2)
- Grand Jury investigation transcripts for South Bay school districts released
- From another message board – Police Shakedown!!! Cabo San Lucas
- Mussels Wednesday at Saltbox
- Man denies abusing girlfriend's daughter
- Disney Lone Ranger give wampum to American Indian College Fund
- DEA official claims Arellano Félix Organization dead, despite current activity in Tijuana
- Vedder Cup closer to remaining in San Diego as Padres down Mariners
- Autobots, roll out! New high-octane photos from Michael Bay's Transformers 4
- He Took a Knee with Me
- Sempra spends big, lobbies Rand Paul's anti-regulation bill
- Passengers perform Parameters at Space 4 Art
- Council to consider placing a cap on party campaign contributions
- The Incredible Shrinking Newspaper
- San Diego High School holds annual Film Festival at Landmark's Ken Cinema
- Prepping for a Pig Out
- Guess Who I Found on the PCT!
- Coronado falls off "best beaches" list
News & Stories
Wrong project, wrong place
Some Ramona residents don’t like at all the plan to install 42 acres of solar panels on a neighboring property…mostly for aesthetic reasons, despite assurances, promises, and revised plans from the contractor.
Ed visits Bahn Thai and Red House Pizza in University Heights…eats tom yum and pizza for lunch.
The gigs just keep coming
“December 31, 1982, was the last New Year’s Eve that we didn’t work. Last year we played the Hotel Del. We’re booked to go back again this year.” Mar Dels founder Doug Allen admits he ...
“At No Cost to the Taxpayers”
Strollers at the Imperial Beach Pier were recently greeted by a sign at the entrance proclaiming that improvements — mainly refurbishing and replacing worn, warped, wooden planks — are being carried out “at no cost ...
Light Up Gold could very well land in the stack of contemporary records that we will be listening to, and drawing inspiration from, in the coming decades. That’s a hot topic of late on social ...
What are you reading? “A Dog’s Purpose, by W. Bruce Cameron. I’m a graduate student in Speech and Language Therapy at SDSU, and I was reading it for one of my clients. It’s trying to ...
Sensori Collective cofounder Phil Sergi (aka Five05) aims to start a beats academy in Barrio Logan, Golden Hill, North Park, or University Heights.
The latest NCAA Division I baseball rankings have the University of San Diego at number 54 in the nation. Not bad, since there are, depending where you look, 296 or 298 schools in the Division ...
Thursday 30With Vacation, bedsit recorder Matt Adams announces the arrival of his fully realized Blank Tapes, the L.A.-via-Bay Area psych-pop band that has dipped K-Tel deep into ’70s summer fun. It’s a guilt-free bubble-gum-rock collection ...
It had been cold and cloudy when I’d dressed that morning, and the commencement ceremony wasn’t scheduled to begin until 4:30 p.m.; it never occurred to me that I might find myself trapped for over ...
Modern Greek drama
As Before Midnight draws near to its titular hour, Jesse (Ethan Hawke) gets a mid-argument chance to make a list of his beloved Celine’s (July Delpy) flaws. “Well, for starters, you’re fucking crazy,” he begins ...
San Diego jazz artists Leonard Patton and Joshua White are heading to NYC to make a record with members of Pat Metheny’s Unity Band and other big-name musicians.
Minnie mice and proud inebriates on the road to Ensenada.
Sand mine becomes riparian willow forest in Lakeside.
This hike features the work of a local conservancy to restore this section of the San Diego River.
Heymatt: Where can I get a huge yacht like the one the Russian billionaire has parked in the harbor? I doubt you can just go down to the yacht store and pick one up. Is ...
There’s been a bit of argument lately in San Diego over how and how much tourist tax money to spend promoting San Diego to out-of-towners as a visitor destination, but meanwhile the State of Louisiana ...
From helping your hound die happy to equine acupuncture, veterinarian Cynthia Redfield makes house calls for ailing animals.
Heymatt: Now that Disney owns the rights to Star Wars, do you or one of your Ewoks know if they are going to release the original, unmolested Star Wars movies IV-VI? As far as I ...
Heymatt: I do a lot of long-distance driving and keeping myself alert and wakeful is always a challenge. Drinking coffee and caffeinated energy drinks like Red Bull and whatnot is a pretty good strategy to ...
Female-fronted garage-rockers Gone Baby Gone are once again minus a drummer. “Truth be told, our drummers seem to have commitment, health, or mental issues that keep them from playing shows, rehearsing, or touring,” says singer ...
The Teamsters Union’s public affairs council and utility giant Sempra Energy have something in common: Both gave $2500 last week to the San Diego County Democratic Party, only the recent of many off-year special-interest contributions ...
Far fewer than the norm
The border sewage plant that treats Mexican sewage, which the International Boundary and Water Commission oversees, has had two violations of treatment standards since February — far fewer than preceding years. One of the violations ...
Does El Cajon gobble more than its share at the tax trough?
A replacement for Tony Haymet, the former director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego and a global warming champion with close links to Democratic ex–vice president Al Gore ...
A San Diego visitor finds the place is good for uncluttering your mind.
Will Work for Suckers I just picked up the May 23 Reader, and I’m looking at the “artwork” on the cover, “She Gave Her Son an Ocean-View House, a New Lexus, and $130,000.” Whom do ...