Content for Thursday, July 24, 2014

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Sempra to travel with Brown in Mexico

The utility is giving the governor bucks

Ninety businesspeople will be traveling with Gov. Jerry Brown to Mexico next week, according to the Sacramento Bee. Many represent companies that are giving to Brown's 2014 reelection campaign, even though they gave more heavily ...

A snippet of a swatch of Fifty Shades

A trailer for a trailer?

Sexually frustrated yentas of America have been heard. The movie adaptation of E L James’s S&M manual for bored middle-class housewives, Fifty Shades of Grey, is set to arrive on Valentine’s Day, 2015, and Hollywood ...

UCSD cash speaks with loud Voice

$20,000 deal with nonprofit news site guarantees good coverage

UCSD, which has traditionally enjoyed red-carpet treatment from local media, has encountered a bit of turbulence of late. Word that the school has been the target of its own auditors' public safety critique, first noted ...

Comic con?

Former Murrieta “crisis pro” claimed La Cucaracha strip is “actionable”

Protesters in Murrieta blocked and turned away three Department of Homeland Security buses full of Central American women and children on July 1. Afterward, the City of Murrieta hired a crisis-management expert to help defend ...

Herbalife knocked as illegal pyramid scheme

Wall Street fat cats try running stock up as critic tries to run it down

Herb Greenberg, who is in the enviable position of living in San Diego and being a regular on the New York–based CNBC TV business channel, this morning (July 24) said hedge-fund head Bill Ackman made ...

This land is my land...this land is not your land

Property owner sues county for notice of entry to clear trash and weeds.

In an unincorporated part of El Cajon, property owner Tommy Matthews is fighting a court order obtained by the county to access the property in order to remove weeds, trash, and other debris. On July ...

"Made in America"?

Consumers sue, say it ain't so

The Del Mar Law Group is suing blue-jeans companies over "Made in America" labels. In one suit that the firm hopes will be certified as a class action, the plaintiff states that "fabric, thread, buttons, ...

In this corner, a Fish Shop taco

Fresh catch seafood gets the corn tortilla treatment

Fresh, often local fish behind a counter that you may have made into a sandwich, salad, taco or beautifully grilled on a plate with a couple of healthy sides. What's not to love? Craft beer washes it down, and loyal customers brag about the place to their friends. It elevates PB's very existence.

Consider sales of Fritos and bean dip

Community planners in Grantville delay pot-shop decision

Grantville Navajo Community Planners, Inc., on July 21 voted 9-4 to delay a decision on the proposal to operate Grantville Greens, a 623-square-foot medical marijuana cooperative on the 4400 block of Glacier Avenue. The vote ...

The characters of Comic-Con

Comic-Con is here and the streets of the Gaslamp are overrun with zombies, Assassin Creed junkies, comic book lovers, Pokémon characters, and various superheroes. It is, hands down, the very best opportunity for some amazing ...

The craft beer architect

Meet Dustin Hauck, cornerer of the local brewery architecture market.

Dustin Hauck knew he wanted to go into business for himself, and in November 2011, after many years spent working on hospitality projects, he did just that. The timing couldn’t have been worse. The economy ...

It’s the environment, stupid

Activists cheer vote on climate action plan, clamor for water conservation

On Wednesday, July 23, the San Diego City Council's Environmental Committee passed a resolution urging mayor Kevin Faulconer to move forward with finalizing the city's Climate Action Plan. Discussion of the plan has mostly been ...

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