Lucy D. Barker 6:13 p.m., May 23
The days of standing in front of a class to teach are over.
Career and technical training used to be called vocational or trade school. San Diego Unified School District has tried to put a new face on the program with much success.
Daily rituals, interrupted
A middle-aged husband and middle-aged wife can’t find a good reason not to share the lengthy commute to work.
Have stethoscope, will travel
A new (old) breed of doctor is surfacing — one who makes house calls, believes pills are overprescribed, and cares to talk to their patients.
Who’s crazy enough for reality TV?
Some San Diegans who have made it onto reality TV shows speak of the experience appreciatively but don’t seem to want to further their TV careers.
Citations are my new thing
My life has been tossed like a salad, mixed like a drink, and pushed off the cliffs into the ocean so many times I don't even remember.
San Diego's curios — each with their own separate stories.
Guns 'n' stoners
A dope deal with a stranger goes — you guessed it — wrong!
Bunny, bunny, bunny...
San Diego realtors have made do during years of a depressed market. They are optimistic in 2013.
Adorable when I dress up
Wardrobe malfunctions of the very stareable.
Turning the clock back 2000 years is no easy task.
The Twelve Tribes religious sect staffs their Yellow Delis with volunteers. Thus, they don’t pay workers’ compensation or minimum wage. Thus, they are in trouble with the IRS.