Clayton Truscott 11:53 a.m., April 19
Accept the craziness of the lobster fisherman
Never name your boat after your wife.
Dr. Ken Anderson, the affable owner of Pacific Beach’s Anderson Medical Clinic, has his hands folded, fingers interlaced, on his desk. He’s remembering the date, September 26, 2010. That day, the temperature over 100 degrees ...
Tiny houses are great if you’re fresh from a divorce.
Mostly mundane, sometimes hysterical complaints on the city’s website
Yapping pooches, non-complying porches, and that fowl odor. Did your neighbor rat you out or not?
Living in the in-between
Good-bellied people with novel-like life stories.
A companion for fans and bands navigating the 2015 music scene
Invigorating and exhausting, the hallmarks of a healthy music scene. We've got your backline, San Diego.
The war continues in the mind.
They know how to fly. They know how to hunt.
It was during one of my forays down the YouTube rabbit hole that I happened upon a “parahawking” video. In the two-minute clip, a hawk soars alongside a man as he paraglides over the oceanfront ...
You should have it clear in your pointy little head that you’re not going to get rich at this.
Most people’s impression is that San Diego’s wine is crappy.
The really good stuff will invite you to investigate
Within every living art, there will always be a conversation among the artists who create it. The conversation is what makes it vital: a back-and-forth of reaction, adaptation, innovation, and yes, rejection. I recently saw, ...