Content for Sunday, November 6, 2016

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Commodities of the plant kingdom

The San Diego business of kelp, houseplants, oranges, roses, grass sod, and macadamia nuts

Diary of an Orange Grove About 45 percent of the water in Fallbrook flows into groves, nurseries, and fields. In Rainbow 95 percent of the water is agricultural; in Valley Center, 85 percent. But when ...

Brutal takes on reality

Finally available to view in the U.S.

On air finally in the U.S., Gomorrah (Italy, 2014 to present, Sky Atlantic) is an extraordinary TV series that peels off all the glamour of a gangster on a screen. This is a bleak yet ...

Bloody good bloody mary at The Hills

La Mesa pub does brunch right

For the next five months, my kids are spending their Saturday mornings at a theater rehearsal. Date nights are difficult to do right now, but I can handle date mornings. For our taste of Saturday ...

Joshua Breakstone Trio does Jazz Live

...and other jazz happenings around San Diego Nov. 8-12

Tuesday 8 KSDS presents Jazz Live at the Saville Theatre on the campus of San Diego City College (14th & C Street) featuring the Joshua Breakstone Trio with Chris Connor on bass and Roy McCurdy ...

Fishing returns to normal

El Niño conditions fading offshore

Inshore: It has that feeling of slowly getting back to the normal San Diego fishery inshore for November after a couple phenomenal years for the short-run boats. Though a few yellowtail have been caught by ...

SD Neighborhoods: Coastal

Ocean Beach condo rush, enchanted Mission Beach childhood, when Pt. Loma was Portuguese, inside Mt. Soledad, the fight over NTC, PB drinking

Party’s Over "At first it was sporadic," she said. "It was, like, for two years, the same group of people, and it bothered us, but it was every once in a while. Then, this past ...

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