Content for Friday, September 6, 2013
- Feast! Pier-end party people chow down
- Qualcomm's Jacobs fishing for funds for Fletcher
- 4th row center: Triumph of the Will
- Bond rating shows why Wall Street loves CPUC
- La Mesa chef crafts custom "art cakes" for donation to children
- Izakaya Ouan replaces Yu Me Ya
- Developers chasing city deals cashing in heavily for Faulconer
- New releases opening this week: Afternoon Delight, Riddick and more
- Lori Bell's Fourth Friday Jazz Series Set For La Jolla Community Center
- Charter School Finds Key to North County in Desert
- U.S. adds so-so 169,000 jobs in August, while June-July revised down
- Combined convention center/stadium? Or neither?
- Review: Terraferma
- Teenage grocery worker files complaint over union dues
News & Stories
Third in a spiritual tourism series.
It doesn't take traveling to remote or exotic places to escape the distractions of the outside world, I've found. In California, regardless of denomination, dharma travel is big business. Whether 50-room or single-room hermitages, expansive ...
Aggravated armless man instigates tussle
San Diego police arrested a man with no arms on Wednesday, September 4, at the Santa Fe Depot on Kettner Boulevard after he allegedly began threatening passengers and then became violent with a female employee ...
“Healing, like fire from a gun/ Kneeling, my God in the sun,” wails Josh Homme on “My God Is the Sun,” the first single from Queens of the Stone Age’s new album. The song sounds ...
Rocket From The Crypt played a small, secretive show at Bar Pink earlier this year, but their concert at the Del Mar track was the first RFTC reunion show in San Diego truly open to ...
Reflections of a rancher
The Tijuana River Valley rancher sits in his truck, off a side road to a backroad north of Monument Road, a mile from the border and a mile from the ocean. He's been here 24 ...
City paid more for 2013 race than anticipated, takes pass on 2014
Escondido first hosted the finish of the Amgen Tour of California in 2009. The world’s best cyclists competed over local terrain, finishing with a sharp left turn from Escondido Boulevard onto Grand Avenue and ending ...
Local brewery chain upping the craftiness with foray into barrel aging
It’s hard to remember back to the earliest days of my craft beer journey with as much clarity as I’d like (must be all the beer), but if memory serves, my first draft hefeweizen and ...