Content for Thursday, September 26, 2013
- Mermaids? New Taco Kid on the Block.
- Larry Goldings Trio
- 4th row center: The Last Temptation of Christ
- Capitalizing on music
- The Tacoburger: Part Four
- When letterboxing fails: the Joe Besser edition
- Fantasies can come true, they can happen to you
- Gang collecting bogus tax refunds broken up
- AFSCME rolls for Alvarez; GOP spends for Faulconer
- Love Cupcake "stands up for kids" - Eat a cupcake; help homeless youth
- Another candidate enters the race for District Attorney
- Memories of the old Central Public Library
- Wannabe Joker sought in pizza robbery
- New poll: 60 percent of likely voters back legal cannabis
- Padres and Robinson pound on Diamondbacks
- Why you should vote for Bruce Coons for San Diego mayor
News & Stories
They call them diablitos
An estimated 10,000 Tijuana homes and more than 1000 businesses are stealing their electricity each month from Baja California's public utility, the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (Federal Electricity Commission). "Diablitos" — the popular term for ...
“Three Feet for Safety Act” signed into law
On September 24, Governor Brown signed bill AB 1371, better known as the “Three Feet for Safety Act,” which will require motorists to give at least three feet of space when passing a bicyclist on ...
EXCLUSIVE: SD on the QT uncovers possible cause of Jacobs support for Fletcher
There is no solid, reality-based reason why billionaire Irwin Jacobs should support Nathan Fletcher's campaign for mayor. But as Sherlock Holmes always said, "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be ...
San Diego's own El Zephyr debuts the Fletcher Flip
El Zephyr, the San Diego-based luchador whose identity is known only to his sponsors at Lucha Libre Taco Shop, came forward today to announce his plan to debut a new wrestling move at next week's ...
Citing "personal epiphany," mayoral candidate Nathan Fletcher decamps from Democratic Party, joins Qualcomm billionaire Jacobs' nonprofit San Diego Government Initiative. Fletcher: "I'm an SD GI; how could I resist an organization named SDGI? But seriously; ...
Four years of training and education, on the government’s dime
The Department of Defense seeks apprentices who want to get paid to work and go to school. First, please give me a brief overview of the program. We are a four-year Federal program based upon ...
Balboa Park's free museum holds rare concert.
When’s the last time you heard a piece of music by Vincent d’Indy? Never is a perfectly acceptable answer. What if I told you there was a chance to hear this overlooked French composer on ...
Julian-based sculptor creates works in acrylic that he doesn't see until they are complete.
“I’ll try not to be too verbose,” says Doyle Reno, “but it does take some explaining.” He’s trying to define his sculpture process, by which he completes large-scale works of art that he doesn’t see ...
Inland north county community poised to welcome its first brewery
Even locals with the slightest grasp of the craft beer movement can see how widespread it is within San Diego County. Breweries and brewpubs are opening up all over the place, pushing the geographic borders ...
As baby boomers retire, franchising opportunities open up.
Todd and Lisa Orenstein work long hours at their Jersey Mike’s sub shop in Huntington Beach. But to the young couple, the hard work will pay off after their first year. It’s not just about ...
We all face obstacles in our jobs and careers. Some of those obstacles can be paralyzing. They lock some of us into a lifetime of frustration, lack of satisfaction, or just plain misery. Think about ...