Content for Sunday, July 13, 2014

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Humiliation, emasculation, and “that goddamn monkey picture!”

It wasn’t the first time I saw a movie twice in a theater. That distinction goes to The Parent Trap. With two Hayley Mills vying for my pre-pubescent attention, it’s easy to understand. But Planet ...

Nameless but not tasteless

Alexander's special pie earns distinction even if the pepperoni doesn't deliver.

Driving down Orange Ave I Coronado, I spotted a banner proclaiming "Voted Best Pizza." Interesting, but anybody can buy a banner, I thought. Let's see what you've got, Alexander's Pizza. I flipped a U-turn and ...

Hear that train a comin'?

Railway company makes overdue lease payment

On Friday, July 11, the Metropolitan Transit System's offices received the outstanding $500,000 lease payment from Pacific Imperial Railroad, the company that leases a portion of the binational railroad. In a brief statement, MTS spokesperson ...

No trolley dancing here, folks

Deputies make 53 arrests by checking names of scofflaw transit riders

Sheriff's deputies and transit police swarmed a trolley stop in Lemon Grove on Friday evening, July 11, contacting 3330 people and arresting 53. According to Lt. Chris May, the sweep, dubbed "Operation Lemon Drop," was ...

Better joint for imprisoned women

Las Colinas facility is near completion

After years of critical reports by the San Diego County Grand Jury about the condition of the San Diego sheriff's Las Colinas Detention Facility, and following legal battles with the City of Santee about placing ...

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