Matthew Lickona 11 a.m., March 13
Hip and delicious. There’s no reason not to get in your car and go.
Tijuana is making a comeback, thanks to hipsters, hypesters, and people that never gave up on the border city.
Stand-up is darker and gritty. Improv is happier and supportive.
More practical than church
The “Burrito Boys” is a group of young and old men who make burritos in Tierrasanta on a Saturday night and take them downtown to give away to the homeless and hungry on Sunday. The “Burrito Babes” apply the hot sauce.
Writing’s on the wall. Graffiti or free speech?
Jeff Olson, prosecuted by San Diego city attorney Jan Goldsmith for writing chalk graffiti on the sidewalk outside a Bank of America branch in North Park.
No puedo respirar
Barrio Logan’s mixture of residential and industrial use has taken its toll on the citizenry, who have higher rates of asthma than people in other San Diego neighborhoods.
Father knows beer
Little girl grows up, joins Air Force, comes to know her father.
America's funnest city
75 fun, way out-of-the-ordinary things to do in San Diego County.
Interviews with Pala tribe members who are at odds since Indian gaming was made legal in California.
Wrong project, wrong place
Some Ramona residents don’t like at all the plan to install 42 acres of solar panels on a neighboring property…mostly for aesthetic reasons, despite assurances, promises, and revised plans from the contractor.
Details of the events that led up to the murder of Sherry Chu Chang
The Printer “My buddy in San Francisco got his finger smashed in an old printing press. It actually turned the bone to powder. He had no phone in his warehouse to call for help, so ...