Content for Friday, July 11, 2014

News & Stories

Booze, breasts, and camera creeps

Despite a scare, it's back to BYOB at the Over The Line tournament.

Within the first 10 minutes of my arrival at the Over-The-Line tournament, a fat, hairy, middle-aged man wearing swim trunks and a holster crammed with six Budweiser’s, carrying a camera fitted with a zoom lens ...

General Atomics opens big mine with big losses

It hopes uranium prices will recover some day.

The Four Mile uranium mine in South Australia officially opened last month. According to Australia media, the uranium will cost $40 a pound to produce while the market price is $28 a pound. The mine ...

Ché OK ... for now

The Ché Cafe, the music venue and cafe collective at the University of California at San Diego, will remain open until a full hearing can be held. On July 10, a Superior Court Judge issued ...

Scoops and flights come to North Park

Hammond's Gourmet Ice Cream open for greedy, hip munchers.

It comes as a surprise that North Park didn’t have a hipster ice cream shop before Hammond’s Gourmet Ice Cream opened in the past couple of weeks. But — sporting yet another badge-style logo, minimalist ...

Talk, sing, talk, boom

The Star Spangled Pops concert with the Symphony featured beautiful music and much jabber, then fireworks.

There was a lot of talking at the Symphony Pops during the Star Spangled Pops concert. Like, a lot. First off, we were welcomed by someone from the front office. Honestly, I can’t remember who ...

Fill the dam thing

San Vicente project complete, beach disappears

On July 9, we flew over the newly completed construction project to raise the San Vicente Dam, which will allow more water to be stored in the reservoir. The dam-raising has been heralded as the ...

Puppies and provisions

Great food and dog-watching at the Patio on Goldfinch

Combine a few of my favorite things — shaded outdoor patio, fine cheeses, tasty share-able plates, and a variety of dogs to ogle — and you have my new favorite happy hour hangout spot. [The ...

SD Fringe: 146 Point Flame and word-of-mouth last calls

Hasty, vivid reflections that struggle to be heard and a unique set of recommendations for last-call shows.

146 Point Flame They called a snake in Vietnam “Two-step Charlie.” A rock asp — get bit and you went down in two steps. So you had maybe 10 or 15 seconds to curse or ...

Meet Julian CiderWorks

Homebrewer-run packaged cider operation sprouting in Apple-ville

Stan Sisson’s love affair with hard cider dates back even longer than his decades-plus homebrewing career. Inspired by his grandfather-in-laws forays into tangerine wine-making using bread yeast, Stan added champagne yeast to apple juice to ...

Sunday in the park

Jardin de Arte celebrates Tijuana's 125th anniversary

Renovations are taking place at Parque Teniente Guererro, Tijuana's downtown park. The plaza with the gazebo in the middle and several grassy sections has been closed to public. A larger area on the corner of ...

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