Leorah Gavidor 11:30 a.m., Aug. 20
Exiting foster care can be as difficult as entering
It takes much more than a village.
Random acts of good citizenship.
The correlation between good works and big smiles.
Hustlers, jugglers, bottom-feeders.
From bubble-making to the skid-row standbys, the buck must be turned.
Tales from our rich neighbor: Everything is for the locals — Chad Deal“Tijuana is a junkyard,” and nobody knows Tijuana’s junkyards better than the Sullivans. They go all night at this park — Matthew SuárezTijuana ...
Welcome to Tinforkland
He’s never seen a chafing dish that rubbed him the wrong way.
Superfan, this story is for you.
Thomas Anthony Medica stood in the clubhouse, belly full of breakfast, dressing out as he had done every morning since camp opened. In an hour, there would be a brief meeting as there always was ...
Amazing audacity of local government leaders.
The claim that an elected city attorney’s discussions of city business with reporters were off limits to other reporters didn’t sit well with those at NBC.
San Diego Music Issue 2014
"Your favorite band sucks" — T-shirt Oh, Lord, has it come to this? We’re quoting T-shirts now? Well, yes — if only to illustrate a point about how good things can come from anywhere. Which ...
The death of Michelle Von Emster is adrift in mystery.
Something you don’t see every day: seagulls standing on the ocean. A 20-year-old surfer named David Corriea would tell this to investigators and reporters later. It was a couple hours ahead of sunset and there ...
We should all live so well
The residents deserve to live as well as anyone else, not better.
Walk in the park of shame.
Billy Stewart wants to know if I am ready to accept Jesus Christ into my heart. He stands under a cluster of palm trees along the Prado in Balboa Park. A navy-blue ball cap with ...