Content for Friday, November 4, 2016

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Home-repair permit fees drop in Imperial Beach

Real estate values and safety of firefighters cited as reasons

Imperial Beach's city council on November 2 approved a drop in permit fees for a variety of repairs on single-family residences and duplexes. The fees relate to construction work ranging from replacing the roof and ...

SDSU and the big-money politics behind Lilac Hills Ranch

Tax-funded university tied to developer with secrecy-shrouded $3.5 million war chest

A San Diego State University-affiliated website has weighed into the big-money controversy over North County's proposed Lilac Hills Ranch housing development, going after what it says are undisclosed campaign contributions from an alleged "dark money" ...

Doctor Not Too Terribly Strange

Doctor Strange, Gimme Danger, and more hitting movie theaters

On the wall of my office is a framed, tiny sketch of the Marvel comic book superhero Doctor Strange, drawn by Gene Colan the year before he died. My brother bought it for me at ...

Barrio Loganeños fret over next airborne auto

Coronado bridge speeders persist due to "infinitesimal" ratio of tickets to traffic

More accidents are waiting to happen. That’s what residents say as Caltrans and the California Highway Patrol investigate why a truck flew off the San Diego-Coronado bridge and landed in Chicano Park on October 15. ...

Drinking chocolate is my wingman

The city's sweetest date spot, imperiled

It's time to admit I've been holding out on Feast! readers for years. I've had a perfect little after-dinner date spot in my back pocket, one that's literally helped me end many an evening with ...

Sea Center seeks to drop anchor in Oceanside Harbor

First, longtime charter business renegotiates lease with city

The battle for sportfishing in Oceanside Harbor may not be over. Although Helgren’s Sportfishing was scheduled to lose their 38-year-long lease in May of 2017, on November 2 it was discovered that the fishing-charter business ...

Leonard Cohen gets darker

With You Want It Darker the boho folk-singer faces death

In a recent interview with New Yorker magazine, bohemian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen stated that he was ready to die, that his health was shot and that he didn’t have much time left. His latest album, ...

"Cowboy" cop blamed for Olango killing

Police department sued for unconstitutional policies and practices

The family of Alfred Olango, an unarmed black man who was shot and killed by El Cajon police in September, have filed a second claim against the police department, accusing the officers involved of excessive ...

Rocket From the Crypt up from the crypt

Punk-rock big band headlines Casbah's Halloween bash at the Lafayette

Rocket From the Crypt played their “final concert ever” at the Casbah’s then-annual Halloween party at the Westin Horton Plaza in 2005…so it was only fitting that the beast be brought back to life to ...

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