Content for Saturday, July 19, 2014

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Padres play dead ball

Historic hitting futility could set record

The headline in today's New York Times: "Padres' Offense May Go Down As Worst Ever." The team's .214 batting average is 23 points lower than the second-worst team, says the Times. If the batting average ...

Dangers so severe

San Ysidro demonstrators stand up to “terrible anger” against children

People arriving at the San Ysidro Port of Entry were greeted by a group of prayerful demonstrators singing "Jesus Loves the Little Children" on Saturday, July 19. Pastor Sharon Stanley-Rea of the Disciples of Christ ...

Late latte with Lulu

Ed finds the perfect people-watching spot in the Gaslamp.

Café Lulu is the nearest thing to a Bohemian hangout in downtown's Gaslamp. Great for late-nite lattes, hubble-bubble pipes, and street-life people-watching.

The Old Globe ventures back Into the Woods

The Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine musical Into the Woods world-premiered at the Old Globe in 1986. The set had three structures, fixed, and a “woods” behind. Along with fairy tale characters — Cinderella, Jack (of beanstalk ...

Twisted rusticity

Santee brewery’s red leans on chocolaty end of crimson spectrum

When most San Diegans sit down to a heady pint of a red ale, they expect a nose full of piney hoppiness followed by flavor that matches that olfactory promise. Living here, it’s no wonder. ...

San Diego at the forefront of a hot job market

Biomedical engineer is the hot job for the next five years or so, but what type of degree does it take? More importantly, what the heck is a biomedical engineer? “Biomedical engineering brings together a ...

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