Dave Good 9 p.m., April 23
Reader foodies set the table for you with this year's delectably eclectic restaurant guide. Dig in!
Scott Marks scripts Kensington Video’s story
Mom-and-pop movie shop Kensington Video is a film-renters haven for its top-shelf collection and personal — familial, even — service. Oh, and their knowledge of all things Charles Bronson.
They're over 300 feet high. They kill birds. They're linked to cancer.
A lot of windmills being installed on the Anza-Borrego Desert floor. Besides visual blight, backcountry residents complain of health issues and the unknown.
Uneducated but not unlearned.
Young guys explain why they are passing on going to college. Absurd expense and subsequent debt is one reason, but even a young man from a well-off family sees other deterrents.
Life begins when the day ends
Hipness, hobnobbery, and crullers at 4am.
Not quite the place to be.
Author Elizabeth Salaam writes about her neighborhood in the South Bay: Eastlake, which boomed and then busted in the housing crisis.
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.