Content for Friday, October 4, 2013
- Re: Trio + @ 98 Bottles
- ComicFest Day 1 Photo Report: Local lights & men in tights
- Coastral: Ocean Bound EP
- Political committee formed to fight new state law protecting transgender students
- Miramar's air show and military contractor bash cancelled by D.C. politics?
- Barbara Sinatra reveals true identity of Ronan Farrow's father
- Young Hickory opens in North Park
- New releases opening this week: Gravity, When Comedy Went to School and more
- Sanity of Oceanside man questioned after murder conviction
- Threat of Republican Terrorists
News & Stories
The San Diego Sheriff’s Department is looking for information that might lead them to the individuals behind several marijuana farming operations unearthed over the last week. Between September 24 and 25, deputies on the Narcotics ...
City College standby will be the scene of a new experiment
A downtown restaurant growing its own tomatoes, veggies, grapes in its yard? Sure, here at La Casita (1247 C Street, 619-531-0044). It's the li'l place that City College teachers and students have been cramming into ...
Cornerstone We’ve been hired to work at the world’s most important power plant, in the center of civilization. We will be responsible not just for providing energy to the masses but also for the air ...
Corona and San Diego tailgating: a combination as perfect as Corona and lime
To celebrate Corona's new status as the official beer of the San Diego Chargers, Corona is offering to throw a blowout tailgate party for you and twenty of your friends before December 8th's game against ...
Seafoam Sleepwalk. The Scripps Institute of Oceanography has catalogued countless species of marine life. But they have never - and will never again after this coming Sunday - witnessed who emerges from the whitewater at ...
The San Diego Symphony starts masterwork season
It’s finally here, the opening of the San Diego Symphony Orchestra Masterworks Season. This weekend, October 4th, 5th, and 6th at Symphony Hall, the orchestra will be performing with renowned violinist Augustin Hadelich. The Concert ...
Omar Lopex's pretend family portraits on tintype wet plates
At first glance, the colorless photos don’t appear to be anything out of the ordinary. Weathered and faded around the edges, the collection looks like something you might find in an unmarked shoebox at the ...
One of the first drafts from San Diego’s newest nanobrewery
Patience is important for a beer writer—well, a beer-loving beer writer, anyway. Often, I’m in the know about an upcoming brewing company long before they’re anywhere even close to serving their first beer. In the ...