Content for Saturday, May 3, 2014

News & Stories

Public utilities commission's rape of the ratepayers

1 hour and 15 minutes to examine the unfair $3.3 billion bill

San Diego attorneys Mike Aguirre and Mia Severson are vehemently protesting another move by the California Public Utiliities Commission (CPUC) to fleece ratepayers over the closing of the San Onofre nuclear plant. They note in ...

Gumbo on the run

It's gumbo, not jambalaya

What's the difference between gumbo, jambalaya and étouffée? Tonight I've got a chance to find out. This is at 57 Degree's monthly food truck gathering (1735 Hancock Street, near Washington), and the last truck in ...

Holly Hofmann delivers Low Life to the Scripps Research Institute

...and other jazz happenings in and around San Diego

Monday 5 Vocalist Coral McFarland Thuet with trumpeter Gilbert Castellanos, pianist Irving Flores, drummer Mike Holguin, and bassist Rob Thorsen play SDSU’s International Student Center (5500 Campanile Drive) at 4 p.m. Free!... the HM3 featuring ...

100 Hours of Stories IN A ROW!

"This is turning out to be more work than we first envisioned.”

The Guinness Book of Records for staying awake is 264 hours. Whoever did that must be cutting out paper dolls in an institution. The oldest person in the world is 116, sayeth the G-Book, and ...

Playing basketball on Mars

A new perspective on the classic City of Lights.

No visit to Paris is considered complete without a glimpse of the iconic Eiffel Tower. And if you want to truly capture the full romantic grandeur of the occasion, it's best to approach from the ...

An old dog’s hoppy new trick

Karl Strauss rolling out its session IPA in bottles

Session IPAs are all the rage. So, what is a “session IPA?” Let’s start off with the acronym. IPA stands for India pale ale, a hoppier style of ale originating from Britain. That Old World ...

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