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Trying to live up to the fish tacos of lore

Local family-owned restaurant brings just enough Baja to work

I'm not sure what's more disturbing, that I hold every fish taco I eat up to the standards set by a greasy street cart selling them for 85 centavos apiece on some desolate stretch of ...

Political sharpies behind big money hospital deal

Sharp campaign for 30-year lease flying under fact-check radar

It's a very good deal, at least according to an editorial in U-T San Diego, the media operation owned by Republican stalwart and real estate mega-developer Douglas Manchester. "East County voters have an easy decision ...

Almost perfect in La Jolla

Opera Wednesdays in La Jolla are not to be missed

I went to the most recent Opera Wednesdays concert at the La Jolla Community Center. I must say I enjoyed the concert. The setting was just about ideal in my opinion. The room opened onto ...

AleSmith brewing Friar water

Miramar brewery crafts a new beer especially for Padres legend

Sports conversations are often opinionated and most topics are up for debate, yet few question Tony Gwynn‘s status as the best player in the history of the San Diego Padres franchise. The Hall of Fame ...

Snapchat info grab leads to hand-slap

Data did not disappear into ether as users believed

Federal Trade Commission officials in San Diego last week announced a proposed settlement with the popular mobile messaging service Snapchat, which will admit to making a series of false statements to users. The service has ...

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