Content for Wednesday, January 1, 2014

News & Stories

Out-of-town interests pour money into SD mayor's race

End-of-year contributions from big labor, builders, and apartment owners PAC

Big-money special interests from both sides of San Diego's race for mayor celebrated New Year's Eve with sizable injections of out-of-town cash. Reports posted online by the California Secretary of State's office yesterday reveal that ...

"Art Speaks" salons debut at Thumbprint Gallery 2

New panel series aims to give fans access to artists, and artists access to each other, to foster a sense of artistic community.

The first goal of the new “Art Speaks” salon series at Thumbprint Gallery 2, at the back of Hillcrest’s Bamboo Lounge, is to “provide a platform for artists to engage in dialogue with their community ...

Serial shoplifter popped in O'side, claims to be a fed

“He steals with impunity,” says deputy DA

Tom C. Vuong, 50, allegedly made a ruckus at the Walmart on the corner of College Boulevard and Highway 76 on December 15. He was arrested for his actions. According to testimony given in court ...

2013 Street Style Round-Up

The good, the ho-hum, and the ugly

Fashion was all over the map in 2013. I like to think of it as the year of individual style. We saw a lot of camo-inspired gear — combat boots and military jackets. There was ...

Two donations $50k or more for pro-Faulconer committee

SD chamber of commerce and Associated General Contractors give big

The money-slinging has officially begun for the special mayoral election to be held on February 11. On December 29, the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Associated General Contractors of America wrote big ...

New Year brings new taxes in Mexico

From pet food to junk food

Baja Californians awakening today, New Year's Day, face what the daily newspaper El Mexicano describes as "a cascade of taxes." In addition to an increase in the sales tax to 16 percent, Baja Californians will ...

Moores's horse goes for European record $8.1 million

Former Peregrine buddy Charles Noell his partner in stables

John Moores, former majority owner of the Padres and longtime crony Charles Noell have pulled another financial coup: Merriebelle Stables, which they own jointly, sold a broodmare for $8.1 million, the highest price ever paid ...

Have a _______ Day

Have a nice day. Have a memorable day. Have (however unlikely) a life-changing day. Have a day of soaking rain and lightning. Have a confused day thinking about fate. Have a day of wholes. Have ...

December 26 Sudoku Contenders

Evil Bliss Beedle, Encinitas, 11. * Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 11. John Markey, San Diego, 11. Hiroshi Miyazaki, Normal Heights, 11. Jerry Noser, Bankers Hill, 11. * Jim Piburn, Point Loma, 11. Michael Rewa, Allied ...

December 26 Crossword Contenders

* L. Barling, El Cajon, 12. * Evelyn Bowser, Hillcrest, 12. * Joseph Ciprian, Little Italy, 12. * Allan Dorfman, Del Mar, 12. * Dale Duffala, Bird Rock, 12. Chad Griffith, Poway, 12. Robert Mc ...

Join our
newsletter list

Enter to win $25 at Broken Yolk Cafe

Each newsletter subscription
means another chance to win!

Close