Don Bauder 9:30 p.m., July 25
Business for gypsies.
I stand on Kettner Boulevard experiencing a tinge of regret that I’m already married. Not because my eyes feast on some hunk of fine-ass man but because I’m witnessing the wedding I kinda wish I’d ...
A palette of possibilities
Our affinity for artistic expression sets us humans apart from all other animals. We continue to find innovative ways to communicate our complex emotions and philosophical reflections. Though it is inarguably enriching to appreciate works ...
Contrary to popular wisdom, drones are already among — or above — us.
I want to believe that when we talk about drones — also known as unmanned aerial vehicles or unmanned aerial systems — whose bodies vary from pterodactyl-big to mosquito-small (the Robobee, a robotic insect, weighs ...
Where’s the beet?
Got on the train a meat-eater; got off the train a vegan.
I'm looking at you looking at me.
She's like, "It's cycling, running, and swimming stuff." And I'm like, "I don't swim."
...and there’s not much to be done about it
The jewel of San Diego is flawed. Business owners claim they’ve done everything they can to appeal to San Diego city government to try and eliminate the stench and growing aggressiveness of sea lions at La Jolla Cove. City officials claim they are taking things a step at a time.
Pesticides kill bugs — how can they not be killing people? San Diego — indeed, California — is a leader in the production of organic vegetables and fruit.
The accusations the government makes against immigrants are almost 100-percent accurate.
In California, legal noncitizens are 10 percent of the population.
Is this Baja med?
Cool cats from both sides of la linea rip away at Tijuana’s new food.
Academia's dirty little secret.
Interviews with adjunct professors who realize that the colleges and universities that employ them never intend to give them tenure. Most teachers who make a living out of it have to hold down more than one job.