Ian Anderson 11 a.m., Oct. 21
Team always wanted to stay. Huh?
Spanos poured gas on the bridge while his jilted lover traveled across it.
...at least until an appeals court says otherwise
The credit-card-as-free-speech loophole will cost you.
The success of California farms is at risk
Basta! Enough talk about the potential departure of a greedy billionaire’s professional football team. Let’s talk about something important: relentless departure of bees. Mother Nature has walloped us with her version of The Sting: bee ...
Does this make uptown homes more affordable? Or less?
A group of property owners in Hillcrest want the freedom to build higher residential and commercial buildings. And if that freedom isn’t granted, members of the newly formed Uptown Gateway Council warn, local housing prices ...
It’s hypocrisy on steroids, but it’s very profitable
From the cradle onward, we are told to be thrifty. Unfortunately, public utilities do the reverse. They fatten up their bottom lines spending gobs of money on things they don’t need. Pro-utility, anti-consumer regulators reward ...
Latest incarnation as bizarre as its predecessors
Pacific Imperial Railroad has yet to roll out of the tunnel.
Mothers say it is as reliable as a coin flip
On March 21 of 2014, a San Diego–based company named Gateway Genomics applied for incorporation in Delaware. Ten days later, the company filed for a trademark for its product, called SneakPeek. I found that “SneakPeek” ...
Annuity ad misleading, claims overblown
Forbes columnist Ken Fisher proclaims, “I hate annuities.… The contracts are huge, obtuse, confusing and hence rarely read. Sales reps rarely realize the lies they peddle.” Sales commissions can be 8 percent or more, says ...
Maple Canyon conundrum
Balboa Park is not enough.
Did the City of San Diego kill Epic Pest Control?
Eleanor and Claude Thedford, owners of Epic Pest Control and Landscape Services, believe employees in San Diego’s Purchasing and Contracting Department are trying to shut down their business. The reason for the vendetta, says Eleanor ...
Economy could go up — or blow up
"The weakest recovery in history will not become the longest in history.” Thus speaks Kelly Cunningham, economist for the National University System Institute for Policy Research. From late 2007 to early 2009, the United States ...