Content for Thursday, May 30, 2013

News & Stories

Jogger has heart attack in Balboa Park

Nurse passing by does CPR

A man fell to the ground, suffering from a apparent heart attack while jogging in Balboa Park on Wednesday, May 29. A woman, walking by with her husband, turned out to be a registered nurse ...

New fitness survey ranks San Diego region 14th

San Diego may not quite qualify as America’s Fittest City, but the region is definitely in the hunt, according to figures newly released from the American College of Sports Medicine. The group’s sixth annual report ...

Prancersice

Yes, prancercise, as in prance like a pony.

Every now and then a fitness idea arrives which cannot be ignored. That is not to say that it shouldn’t be ignored but that it is impossible to ignore. There is a vast menagerie of ...

South Bay Drive-In goes digital

Projectionist loses job

The South Bay Drive-In Theatres on Coronado Avenue in South San Diego recently updated its projection booths to digital. The digital conversion is being forced on all movie theaters by the major movie studios, which ...

Large apartment complex approved by La Mesa City Council

More traffic, but more property tax revenue also

After a nearly two-and-a-half-hour hearing, the La Mesa City Council on May 28 voted 4-1 on actions to allow the construction of a 198-unit apartment complex on an 8.64-acre site located at 7834 Parkway Drive. ...

Karnataka's untouched paradise

Pristine tropical beaches, no development.

On the west coast of India, the state of Karnataka has a spectacular 300-kilometer-long rocky coastline dotted with pristine white sand beaches. The most popular are Murudeshwar, Kumta, Malpe, Gokarna and Maravanthe. Along Karnataka’s coast, ...