Content for Wednesday, May 15, 2013
- Padres sweep Orioles in short series
- Proposed Expansion Could Bring Trolley to UC San Diego
- Downtown: Red trolley, green eats
- Bridgepoint says internal controls weak, could affect stock
- Parker Trio live in the East Village
- Regulatory double-speak clouds future of San Onofre public hearings
- Dancing Strangers "Nightwalker" video takes a noir trip through Tijuana's red light district
- Add' adds new wine director
- Amidst intrigue, San Diego GOP sets early endorsements for 2014 races
- Three-year-old case for Phillip Miller delayed again
- Papa Doug Manchester changes name to Big Poppa D, announces formation of hip-hop record label UTSounDs
- Report: Michael Bay furious at being passed over for directorial duties on Angry Birds films
- How to cure sexual obsessives
- Massage parlors raided in La Mesa
- A place for your money
- City Attorney prepares council for a vote on increased water rates
- Spot the Fake Title Quiz: Cartoon Edition
- Spot the Fake Titles Quiz: The New Batch
- SOHO seeks volunteer craftsmen for Adobe University
- Tijuana teachers to block San Ysidro lane in protest of national reforms
- Padres down Orioles with last-minute heroics
News & Stories
Stripes, stripes, and more stripes
Stripes have always been in. Your grandmother once rocked stripes and probably still does. They are as much of a wardrobe staple as a crisp white button-down. Whether they are subtle, chunky, thick, pin,zig-zag, horizontal ...
The Printer “My buddy in San Francisco got his finger smashed in an old printing press. It actually turned the bone to powder. He had no phone in his warehouse to call for help, so ...
Prewar, they established “Celery Capital of the World”
A cot, a hand-hewn chest of drawers, and tight quarters for six men — this is the display that dominates the visual and conceptual space of the current exhibit in the Chula Vista Heritage Museum. ...
Maizbaan’s Pakistani cuisine is so good, Ed returns days later for another meal.
Taste-rating away the margarita mixes
‘If life gives you limes, make margaritas,” I sang, channeling my best Jimmy Buffett. “If life gives you hordes of guests, buy margarita mixes,” responded my man Patrick. We were in the midst of planning ...
Depending on who you believe, the origins of the Baja-style fish taco will take you two places. Fans of entrepreneurial success stories will favor the narrative popularized by San Diego restaurant mogul Ralph Rubio, who ...
Nine Inch Nails drummer Ilan Rubin talks about his band Regime’s EPs.
Former Humphrey’s talent-buyer Shawna Aguirre hopes to revitalize Kona Kai as the hotel’s entertainment director.
A busy year ahead for Super Water Sympathy: the band is hitting the road in support of their second full-length, Hydrogen Child, and then picking up a couple months of Warped Tour road work that ...
The Arts of Piranesi, on view at the San Diego Museum of Art until July 7. 1450 El Prado, Balboa Park, 619-232-7931; sdmart.org You can’t always get what you want, and you can’t always determine ...
Slightly Stoopid enlists Bob Weir, a couple Neville Brothers, Tommy Chong, and Karl Denson for their new live CD/DVD, Slightly Stoopid & Friends: Live at Roberto’s TRI Studios.
Boldly going nostalgic
Star Trek into Darkness is a showcase for director J.J. Abrams at his most J.J. Abrams-y. Do you identify Abrams by his fondness for lens flares? You will not be disappointed. Lens Flare spends enough ...
Dad thought I was kidding when I warned him that I wouldn’t be able to restrain myself if he lured that squirrel any closer. “David says I have a Snow White complex, but he doesn’t ...
Heymatt: Okay, I’m sure there are more pressing questions out there but, what causes bubble butt? For some people, it’s like their body weight accumulates disproportionately around the hips and booty, even if they don’t ...
Mike Stax of the Loons to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his publication Ugly Things at the Casbah over Memorial Day weekend.
The edge of a minefield is no place to procrastinate.
A recounting of the WII experiences of YP-346, a San Diego tuna boat known as the the Prospect before it was conscripted into the South Pacific war effort.
Whether or not it makes the citizenry feel more secure or not, the City of San Diego is looking for a few good Homeland Security Coordinators, according to an online job notice. The new hires ...
Dear Matt: Please help my poor husband solve his ongoing perplexity. When there are perfectly good and relatively new wheelchair ramps on each corner of an intersection, why do we see crews tearing them out ...
Local tribute Rushed is a band in demand now that Rush is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The good news out at San Diego State University is that through March of this year there has been only one rape, compared to last year’s five during the same period. Robberies were also down, ...
Beware of Stonewall Peak's poodle-dog bush
Follow this switchback trail to granitic 5730-foot-high Stonewall Peak for views of Cuyamaca Reservoir and the nearby peaks of Cuyamaca, Middle, and North.
A blogger who’s learned lessons from owls and people who have behaved like owls.
Maybe it was because they were still recovering from New Year’s Eve, but state legislators seemed to go easier on the receipt of corporate freebies during the first three months of this year. That’s not ...
Before he became a congressman, Ben Hueso threw his taxi-business-owning brother a bone.
Nuff Said Regarding “We Spend Every Dime on Our Costumes." Best cover ever! Thomas Coynevia email Sound the Alarm The Don Bauder article on Michael Clifford and for-profit colleges is not enough (City Lights: “For-Profit ...
for Sue After a day of paving, we sit on our new patio to appreciate our results. For five minutes we enjoy our silence, but then you ask me, “What are you thinking?” I say, ...
Thomas Diehl, Escondido, 4. George Jackson, Oceanside, 4. Willie McGee, San Diego, 4. Mary Arana, Encinitas, 3. Martha Awdziewicz, Clairemont, 3. L. Barling, El Cajon, 3. Johanna Barry, Pine Valley, 3. Evelyn Bowser, Hillcrest, 3. ...